Lindsey’s Odd Eggs, Chloe’s Chocolate Pancakes and More Favorite Foods of Team USA

These are some of the favorite foods of American athletes at the Winter Olympics.

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The figure skater usually makes overnight oats with almond milk for breakfast. He told Bon Appetit that it's important to be consistent with breakfast while traveling.
The bobsledder makes protein bites out of oats, peanut butter, a little honey, protein powder, dark chocolate chips, crushed almonds, and sometimes dried cranberries, according to Bon Appetit
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The ice dancer loves Korean foods like barbeque, bibimbap, chap chae and duk bokgi, according to NBC Olympics.
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The hockey player loves her mom's home-cooked enchiladas and shrimp jambalaya, according to Cosmopolitan
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The speed skater loves kimchi and Korean barbecue, but nothing beats wings and fries from Crunchies Munchies in Florida, she says
The snowboarder eats chocolate pancakes with biscuits and gravy for breakfast. Celebrity chef David Chang surprised her with two of her favorite sweets in one: a churro ice cream sandwich.
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The luger has cold cut meats for breakfast, along with two to four boiled eggs, bread, yogurt, granola and fruit, according to Cosmopolitan
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The bobsledder eats lots of veggies and lean proteins. She shared a pan-seared duck with swiss chard recipe with ESPN
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The freestyle skater has nicknamed an Indian food buffet he goes to in Colorado "Curry in a Hurry."He told Men's Journal: "The first time I went there, I ate there eight days in a row."
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The snowboarder told the Chicago Tribune she was looking forward to sampling different foods in Korea. She’ll have plenty to choose from at Pyeongchang.
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The snowboarder says her favorite pasttime is going to In-N-Out for burgers, according to Cosmopolitan
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The Alpine ski racer fuels up in the morning with scrambled eggs mixed with red bell peppers, onions, mushrooms, spinach, garlic, and cilantro. She tops it off with Cholula hot sauce, according to Women's Health.
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The ice dancer starts every day off with a green tea and lemon but moves to herbal teas later in the day, NBC Olympics reported.
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The curler used to work at a place called Tornado Steakhouse. Naturally, he likes steaks, NBC Olympics reported.
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The speed skater loves kimchi and Korean barbecue, but nothing beats wings and fries from Crunchies Munchies in Florida, she says.
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The Alpine ski racer is an absolute pasta fanatic. She told Eating Well that she makes a "mean mac and cheese."
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The figure skater says he has a relatively organized nutrition schedule, but he told NBC Olympics he likes to indulge in desserts, especially Hershey's bars.
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The snowboarder has a $920 burger named after him in South Korea, but his favorite thing is Americanized Chinese food, especially airport Chinese food, according to US Weekly.
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The biathlete told NBC Olympics that her favorite foods are pizza, dark chocolate, and dried mango.
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The Alpine ski racer is a fan of big salads and chicken breasts for lunch, but in general loves meals with lots of meat and vegetables, he told ABC.
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The U.S. women's hockey team fills up with a range of things, including the classic and protein-rich peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, the New York Times reported.
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