Sunday, August 14, 2016
BREAKFAST ON THE GOHomemade
When I first bought my collection of Mason and preserving jars, I only ever intended for them to be a container for beautifully storing my starchy staples of rice, oats, pulses and pasta on my kitchen shelves, but with their clip-closure design and aroma-tight seal, I’ve found them increasingly useful for my homemade breakfasts on the go.
There are many reasons why people tend to grab breakfast on the go: the mornings can be hectic for some and so they may not have the time or inclination to eat breakfast at home; if you have to wake up ridiculously early for work or to get a train, for example, you may not have an appetite for breakfast at that time of the morning and therefore choose to eat a little later; some people prefer to eat a light breakfast such as fruit or fast before their morning workout and then fuel up after their exercise session. Whatever your reason, sometimes breakfast on the go can be an advantageous option.
What would you throw into your jar?
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