My Kind of Breakfast!!  Lebna, tomatoes/cucumbers/mint, eggs, kalamata olives, and humus with pita bread...doesn't get better than that!

My Kind of Breakfast!! Lebna, tomatoes/cucumbers/mint, eggs, kalamata olives, and humus with pita bread...doesn't get better than that!

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A different take on Middle Eastern breakfast, this salty and savoury green shakshuka is a perfect way to celebrate greens & the ultimate Israeli breakfast! Vegetarian, gluten-free.

A different take on Middle Eastern breakfast, this salty and savoury green shakshuka is a perfect way to celebrate greens & the ultimate Israeli breakfast! Vegetarian, gluten-free.

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My new breakfast obsession - shakshuka! Click here to get the recipe for one of the most delicious breakfast dishes ever, seriously can't wait to make this again this weekend!

My new breakfast obsession - shakshuka! Click here to get the recipe for one of the most delicious breakfast dishes ever, seriously can't wait to make this again this weekend!

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Israeli Salad - not so much oil, add za'atah, and hard-boiled egg. That's a kibbutz breakfast at 5:00 AM in the dining hall, with all ingredients on the big tables and you make your own. Oh, lemon juice in plastic bottles and bowls of yogurt.

Israeli Salad - not so much oil, add za'atah, and hard-boiled egg. That's a kibbutz breakfast at 5:00 AM in the dining hall, with all ingredients on the big tables and you make your own. Oh, lemon juice in plastic bottles and bowls of yogurt.

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Here is an interesting twist for breakfast:  a bowlful of pearl (Israeli) couscous with coconut, almond and honey.  I found it difficult to find Israeli couscous, but eventually found...

Here is an interesting twist for breakfast: a bowlful of pearl (Israeli) couscous with coconut, almond and honey. I found it difficult to find Israeli couscous, but eventually found...

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Shakshuka can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. For breakfast, serve with warm crusty bread or pita that can be dipped into the sauce (if you’re gluten-intolerant or celebrating Passover, skip the bread). For dinner, serve with a green side salad for a light, easy meal.

Shakshuka can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. For breakfast, serve with warm crusty bread or pita that can be dipped into the sauce (if you’re gluten-intolerant or celebrating Passover, skip the bread). For dinner, serve with a green side salad for a light, easy meal.

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