A little meat goes a long way

Breakfast omelettes are great, especially with a dash of meat and some meat substitutes.

Take two strips of bacon from the full tray of bacon you cooked on the weekend, chop them up into little bits and dump them in an egg pan with chopped up onion (about a 3rd of a baseball-sized yellow onion will do).
Melt a slab of butter over the mix, pepper, and let it simmer over medium heat until the onions turn translucent. Then add 2-3 eggs on top.
Wait until the eggs are more or less white and then flip the entire omelette. As the other side cooks, sprinkle a little bit of cheese on top to melt.

Remember, cheese comes from milk and milk comes from cows, so it’s basically a meat substitute made from meat juice. Also, if you believe chicken is a type of meat, then I suppose the eggs are another meat substitute.

Serve sans toast, because carbs are the devil. Eat half a banana for the potassium. Bon appetite!