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What did you have for breakfast ?

Same thing every day.

Oatmeal, prunes, walnuts, protein powder with milk. I cook the oatmeal prunes and walnuts with very little water until is it stiff, then soften and cool it with the chocolate protein powder and milk.

I eat the same until the pattern changes. For four years it was the same cereal. Almost 500 boxes before I stopped.

For a long time I ate vegetables and rice for breakfast.

Eggplant, rice and sardines for a long time.

I get into patterns that make sense to me at the time. For now I am back on oatmeal.
peanut butter & honey waffle with 1/2 banana, and pile of root veges (parsnip, carrot, sweet potato, and yellow potato with fenugreek seed & coconut oil overnight in the crock pot then mandarin squeezed over when done), and decaf coffee, black
Oatmeal (1/2 cup dry organic quick oats), 1 cup water with a single pat of butter; when ready, I added 1/2 cup of unsalted buttermilk, pinch of salt, 1/4 tsp of cinnamon and 2 Tbsp of pure maple syrup.

450 calories

Total cost as priced with online sources: $1.15 USD. It would be easy to get the cost below $1 with a bit of shopping around for lower cost ingredients.
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Wheat flake cereal with fiber cereal, milk with chocolate protein powder. I do not like to eat so eating more protein at once means I can eat less.
Omelet, stuffed with a slice of cheese, lightly charred diced red peppers, and finely diced left over pork chop, served with a side of chunked potato, baked, a bit of guacamole, a tangerine, and a cup of decaf.
Chocolate-flavored oat porridge, 1 egg over hard, longanisa, sinangag na bawang (garlic fried rice), and Earl Grey tea (hot).

I messed up a little and had to appologize and eat some crow. It doesn't taste good but everyone has to eat some crow at some point.

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