..the day when this study says skipping it could be good for you (okay, fine; Huffington Post is not exactly a credible source) and some would say that the effects are exactly what I'm looking for- lowered blood pressure and cholesterol.
Good for you today, bad for you tomorrow, I've stopped caring. Cheap, filling and nutritious, I've bought into the whole free-range thing simply because it's cheaper now and I wouldn't feel conned if it turns out that there's nothing beneficial about it at all.
Poaching versus frying
I haven't mastered it yet, but weekends offer enough time to make the effort for poaching.
Shouldn't be eating bacon
But wait- I'm on cholesterol medication so it should be fine. Kidding. I've reduced it to just twice a month.
Could 'cereals' be healthy?
As I grew older, I tended to favour the savoury over the sweet. The only concession that I make for a sugary breakfast with cereal or granola is when the product promises substantial amounts of protein. Still, this brand is 18% sugar so I don't have it often
Shake it away
A smoothie a day keeps the hunger at bay. Sometimes.