• Eggs Florentine and Fresh Juice

    Eggs Florentine & Fresh Juice

    Sitting down with a tasty, cool beverage is relaxing and social (in our society). My kids love it. But they’re kids and they’re marketed to 24/7, so those cool looking containers catch their eye and their mind. We all love eye candy – it’s not their fault. Consumers in the making. So I work hard to deflect and educate them.

    We did away with all soda in the house years ago, but I still purchase carbonated juices, which they love. They need to throw something in their lunch that refuels them during a compact school day. They rarely order soda in restaurants. Not sure what they do when I’m not there, but it’s ultimately their body, and I’m just the moderator… for now.

    I have a nifty little one glass juicer, and I’ve been purchasing those big, pink grapefruits from Texas – thank you Texas! They make the most wonderful fresh grapefruit juice.

    And one of my favorite scrambled breakfasts is eggs florentine.

    Posted in Breakfast, Gluten-Free, Nut-Free, Paleo, SCD, Vegetarian  |  3 Comments

    3 Responses to Eggs Florentine and Fresh Juice

    1. LucyRic says:

      Feta isn’t scd legal, I thought. Can Farmers Cheese be substituted?

    2. Erica says:

      Woops – yes, thanks Lucy – sometimes I forget about the SCD subsitutions in the recipes. Yes, dripped yogurt will work well – or any other SCD-legal cheese. If you use dripped yogurt, add some salt to it.

    3. Kristy A. says:

      The eggs look delicious! It’s a great way to get more veggies in the diet to use them in a scramble.
      As for the juice, unfortunately that is a rare treat for me. I just wrote an informative post on the dangers of juice and how, unfortunately, it is just as bad as soda. No joke. Take a look here:
      Thank you again for your great recipes!

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