JunkMale mentioned our new, delicious breakfast in his last post. I love breakfast burritos. They are tasty, reasonably healthy, and should be filling. Unfortunately, we both were hungry 1.5 hours after eating one. Now can someone tell me why breakfast burritos - full as they are with protein, fat, and whole grains - would make us hungry when a bowl of overnight oats (with its 30+ grams of sugar!) will satisfy JunkMale for an entire morning? Yes, the oats have about a hundred calories more than the burritos, but could that really account for the huge difference? But then what about JunkMale's other favorite breakfast, two eggs and two slices of toast, which has nearly the same nutrition profile as the burrito? Why will that hold him an entire morning when the same number of calories from a burrito left our stomachs growling in church?