This took me about 15 minutes to make in the morning and was full of fermented goodness, protein, raw veggies, vitamin C, iron, and of course my vice, beyond sausages.
I don't eat these much because they are highly processed, but I'm not perfect and I'm still going to do things that make me happy once in a while- as should you!
Lately i've been eating breakfast, which I don't usually do. I don't get too hungry in the morning, but after listening to a recent podcast about womens Infradian Rhythm, I have been making more of an effort to break my fast (breakfast) within 12 hours. So far I've been loving it, especially since at the second half of a womens cyccle, we need up to 200 more calories per day for proper hormone and brain chemistry function. I highly recommend listening to that podcast :)
1/2 sweet onion
1 tomato, sliced
1 teaspoon paprika
1 pinch black salt and Braggs Seasoning
1 can great northern beans
1 teaspooon salt
1 tablespoon maple syrup
1 handful baby spinach
2 tablespoons kimchi
In a skillet, I heated up 1 tablespoon of local olive oil that I got from a farm.
I sauteed 1/2 sweet onion and added spices such as salt, paprika, and and a blend from braggs aminos.
While these cooked, I heated up a can of Great Northern Beans in a separate pot.
I added a little bit of salt, and 1 tablespoon of maple syrup (this sweetness tastes great in beans and goes well with the beyond sausage)
I kept them on a low for the remainder of the time cooking.
Back to the skillet. I then added in my beyond sausage and let it cook with the onions. I chopped up some tomatoes and then tossed them in, reducing the heat to low/medium
*fun fact about tomatoes. Raw tomatoes are high in vitamin C, while cooked tomatoes are high in lycopene, a powerful antioxidant.*
I continued to cook them for about 7 minutes until the beyond sausage was nice and crispy.
I ate it with a big bowl of baby spinach, with the onions, tomatoes, beyond sausage, and beans. I topped it off with some organic kim chi and called it a day!
You can add eggs, tofu eggs, toast, or avocado to make it even tastier.
I love this breakfast because it's filling, sweet, spicy, savory, and full of protein and nutrients.