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Breakfast Foods Essay

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Sweeden 2G. Renee SweedenInstructor SmithEnglish 0933, Writing 117 November 2014Breakfast FoodsMorning is the gloomiest part of the day for me. It feels like I am missing about three hours of sleep. However, somewhere in my sub-consciousness, I realize that if I don't wake up and get to work, my livelihood would be over. The car would be repossessed, and I could get evicted out of my house. I then have to face the dilemma of what to make for breakfast. I have to decide whether or not I want cold cereal, hot cereal or the artery clotting foods.One of the quickest and most popular breakfast foods is cold ...view middle of the document...

Hot cereal might not be as popular as cold cereal, but it's just as quick to put on the table. Hot cereal such as oats is wholesome and known to lower cholesterol levels. Oats can be prepared effortlessly. With just boiling water and one part oats, breakfast is served. Another hot cereal is grits, however, grits is different in texture but equal in taste.The last category of the breakfast dilemma is the greasy food group which can include bacon or sausage, eggs and gravy. This breakfast is not quick to make, but is the most desirable. There are several types of bacon. Eggs also come in various sizes and color but once cracked they are the same. A quick way to cook bacon is the microwave, but the preferred way is fried. Eggs can be boiled, scrambled, fried and even made into omelets. Sausage usually is fried also, and then it can be crumbled up and made into sausage gravy. This breakfast is of course time consuming and high in cholesterol and should be eaten in moderation.As the most important meal of the day, I wish breakfast would have more alluring choices. The cold cereal is ok but not every day. The hot cereal is good in the winter time and the fully cooked meals even tho they are high in cholesterol take too long to cook during weekday mornings. However, I sometimes make extra food at dinner the night before so I can have left overs for breakfast and then I get to sleep a little while longer..

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