A friend and I were joking around, saying how funny it would be if he wore his tux to the shabby diner nearby. In a moment of earnestness, I told him he shouldn’t because he’d probably get some breakfast sauce on his suit.
We paused. What is breakfast sauce? This started a debate that is still going on several hours later. He wants to believe it’s a sauce we already know, and I insist that it has to be a new concoction, there are endless possibilities.
I pose this now to you. What is breakfast sauce? Either in reality or in your wildest dreams.
I've never been a big fan of dairy products and stuff I recently read about the dairy industry has put me even more off milk.
But every nice breakfast option I can think of includes milk and/or chocolate!
It my culture breakfast is sweet so what I currently do is the following: - work days: tasty (berries/chocolate) biscuits to go that I eat on my commute, then coffee when I get at the office - weekends or working from home: coffee with milk and plain biscuits
Other things I ate in the past included chocolate pudding with sweet/honey spelt, toast with jam, banana and oatmeal pancakes. I moved on from these options because I can't find honey spelt where I live now and the other two were really too sweet after a while.
I'm not a fan of using pans and such in the morning, I must admit I don't love breakfast :( I only eat it because I have to - I would have brunch (with eggs) every day if I could and then go for a snack and dinner.
I will keep dairy in the game for special weekend breakfast menus, like pancakes or french toast, but I'd like to drastically reduce my consumption of it (also looking for better cow treating sources of milk for occasional consumption...).
Yes, this is a tough one I know, but that's why I'm looking for advice. Let me know :/