This all becomes harder if the household is refusing to accommodate medical or religious dietary restrictions, like allergies, kashrut, halal, or veganism. In these cases, try to pick out the things that are safe for you to eat and keep a few convenience items you can prepare quickly to bulk out your meals (like canned goods, microwave packet rice, etc).
If all else fails, you can always live on potatoes and butter. (This is mostly a joke, but potatoes are incredibly nutrient-dense and are an excellent choice if you need a simple, cheap meal. It's even better if you can add a bit of fat like butter or olive oil.)
- How can you make sure to have a great breakfast every day?
- Do you have any breakfast suggestions for people allergic to milk?
- Any suggestions for make-ahead breakfasts?
- What is your morning excercise routine?
- How early do you eat breakfast?
- What do you love about your body?
- How can I make myself hungry if I don’t want to eat in the morning?
- Do you have any fast breakfast options?
- What are some healthy on the go breakfast options?
- I like to eat boiled egg every day for breakfast. Do you think that is good or should I change to be only 3 days with egg and others with oats and milk?