Gracie - at first I thought it was weird (originally, I was a toast girl myself), but then I just got the hang of it and now I love it!
I often have a pot of soup just sitting on the stove leftover from dinner or lunch the previous day, or in warmer weather, I store it in the fridge and it only takes a few minutes to reheat it... plus we've always got rice (a mix of brown and white) in a rice cooker so it's the easier to prepare than toast!
Plus, when you eat Korean food, you eat a lot of sidedishes, so at the moment, apart from Kimchi (spicy fermented cabbage), we've got a range of side dishes such as blanched soy bean sprouts, potato/carrot & onion veggies and dish of sweet potato glass noodles with veggies that we bring out with every meal, so it's really healthy and a great start to the day
It keeps you full for hours. It's the only breakfast I've ever had where I'm not hungry an hour or two later.
Just keep moving! And don't be lazy...
SW: 74.3kg - 1/1/09
CW: 71.1kg - 3/5/09