I was thinking freshly caught catfish myself. The time I run the trot lines in the morning before breakfast is when they have the biggest catch.I like these words: 'real nature' ! No, I agree with you there Janne. If I were in real nature, I would prob have venison for breakfast.
Don’t have to wait until I shop, I have some of those in th kitchen as we speak. No added sugar in my corn flakes or Chex (other than the frosted versions) Nor in the raisin brand. Bear in mind my cornflakes aren’t Kellogg’s though. That said, I always add my own sweetener anyway.Just checked out several cereals.
Kellogs Cornflakes, Special K original, do contain added sugar.
A product called Chex, all versions, have added sugar too.
If you do not believe me check next time you shop!.....
Catfish and carp similar? Not on this planet. Carp’s basically an overgrown, bony minnow. Catfish fillets out to succulent pieces of meat. However catfish is extremely close to base (aka swai)Catfish is nice. Very similar to Carp.
Used to be a staple fish on European tables.
My favorite way is cormealed and fried, but blackened is great too and you. Don’t have to lug the meal around nor as much oil.Cornmeal catfish. Nobody eats carp up here. Too many other wonderful fish.
Burbot, all the various trout species, all the various salmon species, other inland species.
There are scads of breakfast rainbow trout in every creek of any size, all over the Snowy Mountains in OZ.