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Egg Bake Food Nest

Egg Bake, Arugula, and Avocado

Make an egg base of several eggs, some plant based milk, and maybe like some cinnamon, or something; eat approximately one third of your sourdough boule (it was totally a boule), by just gnawing on it like a lion to prey (I did not do that) ((technically)), then cut the remaining 2/3 in to 1″ (ish) cubes, removing crust ((neatly, delicately; like a lion with opposable thumbs)); tossing in a large bowl with (maybe like) half of your egg wash; adding chopped fruits and veggies, salt, and pepper (herbs if you’ve got ’em); pour the mixture in to a greased casserole dish (avocado oil spray for me), then pour the remaining egg base over the top, to fill in the holes at the bottom, topping with shredded cheese, and baking at 375 (ish) for (like) 25 minutes (r so) ((I did not time this; this is not an accurate recipe)); purchase meal prep containers on Amazon several days ago, so you have them ready to fill with farm-fresh arugula, and some (store-bough) sliced avocado (I did the slicing; you can’t buy them like that), making your very own egg bake food nest; deliver.

Reheat remaining squares for breakfast — or just eat them straight from the fridge at 11 o’clock (en la noche) ((mas o menos)).

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Protein: Pasture Raised Eggs by Vital Farms, Non-Dairy Milk, Cheese

Veggie: Arugula, Onions

Carbs: Sourdough Bread, Tomatoes, Peppers, Avocado

Seasoning: Cinnamon (or something), Salt, Pepper, Everything But The Bagel

+ This meal is refined sugar free (and sugar substitute free), to the best of my knowledge.

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