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    Large 8 corner deep dish Jet's pizza.

    432 calories a slice
    19g fat
    44g carbs
    21g protein
    3,456 calories total

    That's what I'm talking about!

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    Steak n Egg burrito
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    Quote Originally Posted by blaykeryan View Post
    Oh man lately I've been addicted to the Tyson honey glazed chicken wings...that's been my favorite bulking food as of late if that's considered dirty, oh well ha
    Rice and beans:-(
    I know for some that's not that bad, but I can't get rice during prep as a starch because I still fluff up, so I stick to my potatoes and oats:-)
    If it doesn't have to be super clean or semi dirty though, I'm always down for some spicy Thai style shrimp fried rice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WPChickDiesel View Post
    Rice and beans:-(
    I know for some that's not that bad, but I can't get rice during prep as a starch because I still fluff up, so I stick to my potatoes and oats:-)
    If it doesn't have to be super clean or semi dirty though, I'm always down for some spicy Thai style shrimp fried rice!
    Rice & Beans? You sound like your on a comp diet.

    On the subject of chicken mentioned earlier, I appreciate Buffalo Wild Wings boneless and bone-in varieties w/ a tall Dos Equis Amber.
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    Ice cream, donuts, turnovers, cereal, cake, and whatever else I can get my hands on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomahawk88 View Post
    Ice cream, donuts, turnovers, cereal, cake, and whatever else I can get my hands on.
    I got a semi reading this!! Lmao
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF

    I got a semi reading this!! Lmao
    Haha I must get really dirty eating it then.
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    Chocolate/Nutella filled pancakes all day.
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    Homemade cheeseburger. If done right, it can actually be very clean!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockme View Post
    Homemade cheeseburger. If done right, it can actually be very clean!
    Easily. Deer burger + all the fixins and a whole grain bun. I do it all the time. That isn't a cheat meal to me though. It's just an ideal PWO meal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fueledpassion View Post
    Easily. Deer burger + all the fixins and a whole grain bun. I do it all the time. That isn't a cheat meal to me though. It's just an ideal PWO meal.
    Yeah. I use grass fed 90% lean ground beef patties
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    Oatmeal can be an awesome bulking food. 300 calories for 1 cup add protien powder(120 calories)2 spoonfuls of peanut butter (190 calories) plus some whipped cream and blue berries. Prepair with milk and there's 150 more calories.
    Close to 700 without milk plenty of good carbs ect....

    Now for the dirty part ...I add Reese's chips and chocolate syrup for an extra 100 to 200 calories .
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt View Post
    Oatmeal can be an awesome bulking food. 300 calories for 1 cup add protien powder(120 calories)2 spoonfuls of peanut butter (190 calories) plus some whipped cream and blue berries. Prepair with milk and there's 150 more calories.
    Close to 700 without milk plenty of good carbs ect....

    Now for the dirty part ...I add Reese's chips and chocolate syrup for an extra 100 to 200 calories .
    True, but that much oatmeal will likely stay with you for a long time. I basically have figured out that appetite stimulating foods are those high in carbs and moderately low to very to in protein and fats with a moderate to low amount of fiber. There's only two different times in the day that those kind of calories can be consumed without worry of fat deposits - first meal and PWO.

    With all that considered, I've noticed two really good bulking meals that serve as a high calorie adder w/ appetite stimulating effects when eaten in the morning and PWO.

    Cream of wheat/rice
    Local Honey
    Banana or other fruits
    Depending on how much wheat/rice you use, and given (1) banana and (2) TBSP of honey your looking at anywhere from 450-750 calories.




    Thomas Hearty Whole Grain Bagels - 250 calories
    JIF Omega-3 Peanut Butter - 190 calories per serving
    Local Honey - 60-120 calories


    500-560 kcals, only this one is relatively low in fat at somewhere around ~ 10g fat total (between 16-19% fat calories). The rest is mainly carbs and about 12-15% of the meal is made up of protein.

    Needless to say these meals slide right through you. Especially the Cream of Rice setup since it actually has zero fat it in. Stuff doesn't stay in the stomach long! These meals eaten first thing in the AM is almost like it never happened, appetite-wise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fueledpassion View Post

    True, but that much oatmeal will likely stay with you for a long time. I basically have figured out that appetite stimulating foods are those high in carbs and moderately low to very to in protein and fats with a moderate to low amount of fiber. There's only two different times in the day that those kind of calories can be consumed without worry of fat deposits - first meal and PWO.

    With all that considered, I've noticed two really good bulking meals that serve as a high calorie adder w/ appetite stimulating effects when eaten in the morning and PWO.

    Cream of wheat/rice
    Local Honey
    Banana or other fruits
    Depending on how much wheat/rice you use, and given (1) banana and (2) TBSP of honey your looking at anywhere from 450-750 calories.

    Thomas Hearty Whole Grain Bagels - 250 calories
    JIF Omega-3 Peanut Butter - 190 calories per serving
    Local Honey - 60-120 calories

    500-560 kcals, only this one is relatively low in fat at somewhere around ~ 10g fat total (between 16-19% fat calories). The rest is mainly carbs and about 12-15% of the meal is made up of protein.

    Needless to say these meals slide right through you. Especially the Cream of Rice setup since it actually has zero fat it in. Stuff doesn't stay in the stomach long! These meals eaten first thing in the AM is almost like it never happened, appetite-wise.
    Oatmeal doesn't make me hungry haha.
    Bowl of brown ( or white) rice *300 calories* breaded chicken soaked in teritaki sauce mixed with corn and 1 to 3 egg rolls.

    The way I prepare this its about 600 to 700 calories.

    Another dish is breaded shrimp mixed with spaghetti noodles in a ragu sauce of some kind with added bread sticks.
    The way I prepare it comes out to around 700 to 800 calories.
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    tacos not overly dirty save for the fact that I'll kill 2Lbs of ground beef in one sitting when i make them
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    If you train insane every day, nothing is too "dirty". The only crime is to not eat....
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    My girlfriend chops up 2lbs of Italian sausage and throws it in a pan with potatoes, green peppers, red peppers, onions, garlic and smothers it in Sweet Baby Rays then cooks it on low heat in the oven for about 2 hours. I could eat that stuff for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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    sweet baby rays on anything is delicious
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    I like my mini wheats cereal with whole fat milk.
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