I am looking for a suggestion for breakfast. I do not eat eggs, beef, and minimal pork (I do not like the taste or texture but I do eat bacon on occasion). Any suggestions? Ideally something quick, or something I can make on the weekend and eat at the office.
I have a huge list of egg-free options here: http://paleohacks.com/questions/21635/can-a-family-with-egg-peanut-tree-nut-and-fish-allergies-live-a-paleo-lifestyle/22207#22207
smoked salmon, cucumber and dill - yum (add tomatoes too) smoked salmon wrapped honeydew slices are also good procciutto wrapped cantaloupe melon slices banana, strawberry, blueberry (any fruit you like) smoothie with walnuts or almond butter, protein powder if ya do that type of thing
I rarely eat "breakfast" food, and when I do, it's often an omelet or fritatta in the afternoon, which isn't what you're looking for. Why not take a look at what you like to eat in the afternoon or evening, and have it for breakfast? If you want something quick, make-ahead curries, stews, soups, etc. can be made ahead and quickly warmed. A nice salad for breakfast probably never hurt anyone, either. A lot of people swear by bacon, but since it's full of salt and not filling, I don't see the point, unless as a condiment. Curries are one of my favorite warm-up meals. I like the Patak's brand curry mixes that come in jars (all I've found so far are gluten free which is crucial for me with celiac disease) and I add meat (but you don't have to, and the Tikka paste can be a great base as well), coconut milk, flax meal, possibly some tamarind paste for tanginess, and high fiber, lower-carb veggies, and sometimes golden raisins or other unsweetened, tangy dried fruit for zing if I'm in the mood for a little sweetness. Or skip the enhanced spice and you've got a stew, even easier in a crock pot or slow cooked in a Dutch oven depending on what you have and find convenient. Easy to warm at work or eat at room temp. Also just some steamed veggies with butter or coconut oil would be satisfying and easy to do in a microwave in a ceramic bowl with a ceramic plate as a lid (I don't use plastic in microwaves due to chemical contaminants).
I've had a great experience with this recipe for breakfast. The Caribbean Seafood Stew from Everyday Paleo:
I've also brought it to work in tupperware. It's delicious!
I like to wrap smoked salmon around some onion slices & a chunk of cream cheese; or that could all be put on top of tomato or cucumber slices. Salmon & bacon with some sauteed spinach or arugula is good too!
Spaghetti squash and butter!!! So comforting and filling and not EGG! Add whatever kind of cooked meat you have laying around...hamburger, sausage, turkey, etc. One baked squash over the weekend makes 4 or 5 meals.
The food you are looking for my friend is "Smoked Salmon Trim". Many fishmongers will sell it by the pound/kilo, and it costs usually 1/2 as much as it's fancier "Nova Lox" brother. Top this over homemade pickles and some herring in wine sauce. Good fats and good protein.