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  2. Started a lifestyle change around this time last year after gaining some weight due to the pandemic. Now I frequently make my meals from scratch and use as many fresh ingredients as I can, and have successfully lost ~25lbs. and kept it off since!

    -2 sweet potatoes (peeled and cubed)
    -1 apple (cubed – I used a pink lady but Granny Smith would be much better)
    -1 small yellow onion (cubed)
    -1 green onion
    -3 eggs
    -smoked Gouda
    -1tbsp olive oil
    -1tsp thyme
    -salt & pepper to taste

    I tossed the sweet potatoes in some EVOO (+salt) and baked them in the oven for 10 min at 400F before adding them to the pan. After sautéing onions + potato, I added the white part of the green onion and my apples to the skillet. When everything was nice and browned, threw in the thyme and black pepper. Opened some little holes in the skillet, cracked some eggs in, topped with the rest of green onion and grated some smoked Gouda on top!

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