Today I worked out a very fast breakfast—probably should have done it long ago, actually. This is especially for the instant-coffee, ice-cube-in-the-coffee, speed-it-up-at-all-costs, sort of person I still am.
This involves preparing the morning shake the night before and putting it in the refrigerator. For me the shake is made of soy milk, a Revival Soy unsweetened shake packet, and a heaping half-teaspoon of Stevia. Then it goes in the refrigerator until morning. I keep telling myself that if I sip from it at night, it won’t be there in the morning when I really need it!
Also at night, clean out the single serving French press coffee maker.
In the morning, first thing on getting up, put on the right amount of water to boil, and put the mug to be used into the freezer. Then either take a couple of tablets of Equalactin plus a glass of water, or fix some Acacia Tummy Fiber. Then it’s time to put the “coffee” into the French press, and stir with a plastic knife. You could use a plastic spoon, if you like. Then while the coffee is brewing (about four minutes), drink the Revival Soy shake and take any morning medication.
Then press the coffee in the French press, take the mug out of the freezer, pour in the coffee, don’t forget to add a quarter teaspoon of Stevia, and then half again as much Stevia, and your “coffee” is cool enough to drink, your gastrocolic reflex has been put to sleep, your tummy is prepared for the “coffee,” you have a good healthy protein breakfast that will last for several hours, and you are on time and not too stressed by the beginning of the day.