Quick Bulking Meals?

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  1. You can't take a couple hours once a week to cook some stuff? Chicken breasts will keep for a week in the fridge, and you can cook a whole bag on the grill in 30 minutes. Actually, it's the same with almost any meat. Also, it takes even less time to use a CROCK POT. It MIGHT take 15 minutes in the morning before work (or before you go to bed - it will be ready by morning), throw in a huge roast with some potatoes, onions, or whatever you want in a pot, turn it on and go. Whole chickens, roasts, chicken breasts, any vegetables, pretty much anything. You can even add rice in the pot with the roast and let it all cook together. Let it cook for you while you sleep! Grab the food in the morning, and immediately put something else in the pot to cook for the day. Since you're bulking, it might be nice to have a 3lb roast and plenty of rice to chew on during the day.


  2. Damn this thread is making me hungry as hell....
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by JajaNe20 View Post
    Deli meat is a good option other than it's high in sodium and high in fat! Who cares about sodium temporarily, but you could opt for 96% lean turkey breast. It is somewhat expensive like around 6$ a pound though.
    If it's a bulk why are you going to be so concerned with the fat? I welcome fat, especially meat fat, when I'm on a bulk.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by OrganicShadow
    I find the choice in vegetables plays a bigger role in my "emissions" over the protein. I can manage Whey and shakes but broccoli is a problem.As for tuna suggested above, I like to cut up a lettuce head in blocks instead of chopped leaves. Either add nuts if your stomach can manage or better to go with nut oils like sesame or grape seed. Add Apple cider vinegar- great when dieting or just to help keep down wet weight during bulk.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by bla55 View Post
    If it's a bulk why are you going to be so concerned with the fat? I welcome fat, especially meat fat, when I'm on a bulk.
    Well I mean thats your opinion, I like to get my calories from good sources of fat even on a bulk. Saturated fats just for the sake of extra calories isn't what I prefer. To each their own, I don't like getting above 12% bodyfat in my bulk. I don't use "bulking" as an excuse to get fat. There is no "off-season." However, just how I do things.
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  6. I agree with jaja...why would you want garbage fat. I also don't get too high bodyfat wise offseason, an rarely eat junky stuff like salami...also just my opinion, I just don't see any advantage
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  7. You can bake a big pan of sweet potatoes and eat or add to pancakes etc. Make a good amount Of wheat pasta and mix in ground turkey with some red sauce. Make a pot of brown rice and eat plain or mix with eggs/meat to make stir fry, put in burritos/wraps, etc etc
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  8. I mean, to each its own, indeed. I just don't see animal fat as bad fat. It's no vegetable oil, lard, or anything like that, it's just animal fat. Doesn't mean either you will be going all out or ignoring everything else, just because it's a bulk doesn't mean you're not going to be counting calories, right? And if you are indeed counting calories and aiming to be at, say, 400 over your max caloric intake, no reason to ignore some extra animal fat.

    Of course, I'm going to be extremely bias considering I run on the Anabolic Diet and have been for the better of this past year. So the extra fat is all taken in consideration when I'm looking at my macros and overall calories throughout the day. After all, it's not the fat or no fat that will make you gain extra lbs, it's the amount of calories you eat at the end of the day that will be the reigning factor and how much you've worked out that day.

    So we can agree to disagree as obviously there are two different approaches. But all of that aside, there's always Macadamia Oil that can be added into any protein shake or whatnot and that will add 130cal per tablespoon. Easy cals.
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  9. Yeah as long as it's accounted for in macros it's ok, I just dislike all the processing and junk stuff they put in something like salami...it's not just animal fat lol. There's a difference between a steak and salami (which I'd hardly consider to be meat). As you said, to each their own
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by bla55
    I mean, to each its own, indeed. I just don't see animal fat as bad fat. It's no vegetable oil, lard, or anything like that, it's just animal fat. Doesn't mean either you will be going all out or ignoring everything else, just because it's a bulk doesn't mean you're not going to be counting calories, right? And if you are indeed counting calories and aiming to be at, say, 400 over your max caloric intake, no reason to ignore some extra animal fat.

    Of course, I'm going to be extremely bias considering I run on the Anabolic Diet and have been for the better of this past year. So the extra fat is all taken in consideration when I'm looking at my macros and overall calories throughout the day. After all, it's not the fat or no fat that will make you gain extra lbs, it's the amount of calories you eat at the end of the day that will be the reigning factor and how much you've worked out that day.

    So we can agree to disagree as obviously there are two different approaches. But all of that aside, there's always Macadamia Oil that can be added into any protein shake or whatnot and that will add 130cal per tablespoon. Easy cals.
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  11. pb banana and honey sammy

  12. Carry a jar of natty PB around with you
    All the way w this one^. Cheap, good tasting, and 8-9 tbsps give you between 900-1100. (I do like 2-3 tbsps at each meal, Dessert.yum)
    I would reccomend making sure you eat a Primary protein source with this tho(eggs meat) b/c PB is a secondary PRO and doesn't have ALL the necessary aminos in it.

    If it's a bulk why are you going to be so concerned with the fat? I welcome fat, especially meat fat, when I'm on a bulk.
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