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What did you/would you eat the morning of your wedding?

FeeFee34 | Dec 19, 201403:14 PM     59

My SIL (my sister's husband's sister) is having a small backyard wedding in 8 days. The ceremony is at two, a simple but plentiful dinner begins at 4, and the question has just been raised: what should she have for breakfast?? She is a vegetarian who doesn't eat cheese, eggs, or cow milk. She likes vegan cheese and egg replacements but rarely has a savory breakfast. The going suggestion is "whatever you feel like," but she's concerned about either being hungry or feeling too full and not fitting into a carefully tailored dress. Most mornings she has cereal with soy milk, some nuts, and some toast. Her mom would like to make breakfast for her at home, so personally I would suggest a big fruit salad, some sort of vegan pancake or healthy muffin, and peanut butter on toast. What say you? And what did you have at YOUR wedding, and how did it work out for you? And for the unmarrieds, what would your ideal wedding breakfast be?

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