Charles Natural Grains: The Power Breakfast


Charles natural grains

Charles natural grains

This is what I eat some mornings, it is a power breakfast, it is Charles natural grains, and it is yummy!

Charles natural grains

This is my own proprietary blend – If using this blend please send me my proprietary blend donation for a 1 year use of Charles’ proprietary blend Natural Grains. What? No…Well how about an Amazon wish list item? No…um, well, how about a pack of Pop Rocks in an envelope? NO! Ok Ok, how about you just read this thing and talk crap behind my back? Sweet! Deal suckers

Ingredients in Charles’ Natural Grains:

Mix all these ingredients together: You will have enough for 12 servings

  • 1 8 oz bag Wild Rice
  • 1 8 oz bag Organic Brown Rice
  • 1 8 oz bag Quinoa
  • 1 8 oz bag Cracked Wheat
  • 1 8 oz bag Barley
  • 1 8 oz bag Steel Cut Oatmeal

These are separate:

  • ½ cup Soy Milk
  • 1 tablespoon of Brown Sugar
  • 20 Raisins or Cranraisins
  • ½ Apple

Tools Needed

  • ½ Cup measuring cup – Will yield 1 serving which is plenty for 1 person, these are Charles portions not lame ass “Recommended daily allowances”
  • Bowl
  • Stove to cook on
  • Small cooking pot
  • Electricity or gas to power stove
  • Oxygen to breath
  • A brain to tell you that you’re hungry

Charles natural grains

 

 

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Step #1 – Put all the dry ingredients in one container; you can just mix it all together. I eat a ton of this stuff so I just buy it in bulk and put it in a Mountain Berry Punch Kool-Aid pitcher.

 

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Step #2 – Put ingredients from Step #2 into ½ cup.

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Step #3 – Put Step #2 into a small pot

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Step #4 – Use the same measuring cup to add water to ingredients from Step #1 (3: 1 Ratio water to Charles’ Natural Grains)

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Step #5 – Set stove to low-medium heat *Very Important* you don’t want to cook this stuff too fast.

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Step #6 – Place Pot on stove – Cook time is approx. 20~30min – Stir it so it won’t stick to your pot.

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Step #7 – Bust out that apple – I use Fuji Apples

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Step #8 – Cut that apple

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Step #9 – Break out dem raisins or cran-raisins

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Step #10 – Bust out a spoon full of brown sugar

 

Step #11 – Your on fire right now! You cant be stopped. You don’t know how to stop!

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Step #12 – Get you some soymilk

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Step #13 – Place a bowl on counter of some place easy accessible.

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Step #14 – Look at what you;re cooking, Looks good huh? It will be done when all the water is gone. – You will know its done when the grains are soft and not hard…very important. If they are still hard then add water and cook it longer.

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Step #15 – Place the contents in the bowl that is easily accessible.

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Step #16 – Add dem cut apples.

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Step #17 – Add those raisins or cranberries or cran-raisins.

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Step #18 – Add that soy milk son/girl.

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Step #19 – Add that brown sugar.

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Step # 20 – Stir

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Step #21 – Turn on Espn Sports Center – dun nun nunt dun nun nunt.

Now you know how to make Charles natural grains, now go have yourself a Power Breakfast!

About The Author

Charles Lloyd

Self processed fitness missionary and author of most of the ridiculous fitness articles written on Charles Lloyd Fitness.com. I am not really a writer, but a workout fiend who happens to have a blog. The single mission of this website is very simple: Get You In Shape. I have been blessed with the gift of good health and want to share it with you. Join Me.

5 Comments

  • Charles Lloyd

    February 19, 2009

    Credit goes to Julie for helping me edit this thing. Thanks

  • kara

    February 19, 2009

    This is fantastic!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Going to try it out in my new fuzzy logic rice cooker.
    http://twitpic.com/1hpw5

  • Charles Lloyd

    February 19, 2009

    Thanks Kara, Let me know how it goes, everybody I made this for is a convert.

  • Diet2know

    March 8, 2009

    Great article. I really enjoy reading your posts. Keep up the great work.

  • Charles Lloyd

    March 8, 2009

    Thanks for coming by

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