IT'S TIME FOR BREAKFAST. Apples or Oranges? A whole fruit or juice? What's your

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  1. suncat profile image59
    suncatposted 13 years ago

    IT'S TIME FOR BREAKFAST. Apples or Oranges? A whole fruit or juice? What's your choice?

  2. SaffronBlossom profile image78
    SaffronBlossomposted 13 years ago

    Miniwheats with 2% milk! I hate eating anything in the morning, so it has to be easy and fast.

  3. FrugalGal profile image60
    FrugalGalposted 13 years ago

    Put it all in a smoothie and have a fruit and vegetable filled breakfast, the best of both worlds. An apple, an orange, some blueberries, cranberries, a banana, a bit of kale, and some filtered water. Delicious, juice like but includes the whole fruit.

  4. nightwork4 profile image60
    nightwork4posted 13 years ago

    none of the above. i eat bacon , eggs and toast with hashbrowns once in a while.

  5. cutievert profile image60
    cutievertposted 13 years ago

    Apples or any other fruits. Oranges are as the dessert or after lunch fruits. The whole fruit or juice as an optional breakfast.

  6. profile image58
    rieomposted 13 years ago

    I like smoothies but do not have many receipes.  I do not like it with a yogurt base.  Orange juice in the morning is good.  I cannot eat when I get up.  Rather around 9 or 10 in the morning I will then eat, usually cereal.

  7. Mayaanjali profile image68
    Mayaanjaliposted 13 years ago

    If I was not watching my weight- toast, eggs, bacon and sausages with juice

  8. vespawoolf profile image91
    vespawoolfposted 12 years ago

    For juice I prefer fresh-squeezed orange. For eating I definitely prefer apples. Fuji is one of my favorites, although I would eat honeycrisp apples all the time if I could afford them! I often make muesli of chopped apples and pears. … it-Recipe. I also enjoy smoothies with mango, banana and mandarin oranges which are in season right now. Yum!

  9. renee21 profile image79
    renee21posted 11 years ago

    I love both apples and oranges.  I'd rather eat the whole fruit because it has more fiber than just the juice.


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