Breakfast

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Breakfast is complete. 12 boxes/pounds of cereal, 3 pounds of sugar, eight containers/6 pounds of powdered milk, and a roll and a half of Glad Press n Seal.

That is just the dry portion of breakfast. For each breakfast, I will eat 2 sticks of butter. Between the dry material, 400 cal, and the butter, 800 cal, I will be plowing down some serious breakfast.

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I’ll eat one of these, 2 sticks of butter, for breakfast, a half block for lunch, and another whole block for dinner. 1.1 pounds of butter a day.

And the cereal usually leaves me hungry after two and half hours. The point of this breakfast is that I can eat it cold and eat it fast. I do not have to heat up water or anything for the morning.

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Also, I found that the Cascadian Farms organic cereal has many more calories per ounce than oatmeal or anything else. It is a much better deal. Plus, the Sugar in the Raw, cane sugar, really powers me up in the morning.

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