Anabolic Diet Grocery List

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    Anabolic Diet Grocery List


    Hey all,

    Just curious, what is on everyone's Anabolic Diet grocery list?

    Mine is full of:
    80/20 ground beef
    frozen angus burgers
    pepperoni
    cheese
    sausage
    bacon
    eggs
    steak

    What is your typical grocery list while on AD?

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    Boneless pork for carnitas (soo cheap, 1.99/lb)
    Spicy sausage
    Fresh green beans
    Soy sauce
    Garlic powder
    Chicken thighs
    Extra sharp cheddar (and various other cheeses)
    Pesto
    Olive Tapenade
    Yogurt (greek style!)
    Olive oil
    Smart balance oil (piss-load of omega 3s)
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    3 Dozen eggs
    Frozen fish fillets (Salmon, Ocean perch, Tilapia, Catfish.... I mix it up)
    Milled Flax seed
    2 pints Half&Half
    Canned Tuna
    Smoked String cheese (good stuff)
    Cheese Curds (live in wisconsin, it's just a given)
    Frozen chicken breasts
    Bacon and breakfast sausages
    Summer sausage
    Pepperoni
    Chorizo
    Walnuts or Pecans
    Natty PB
    Sometimes I treat myself to some pork tenderloin, chicken thighs, fresh salmon or some other fresh meat, but I'm broke as hell.

    I don't always buy all of that, but that's usually all that I ever get. I have an abundance of Venison, fish and Ground beef in my freezer that are all free, so that helps.
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    3 dozen eggs
    aged cheddar
    8 litre milk
    oats
    wheat germ
    chicken breast
    extra lean ground beef
    pork
    sirloin steak
    natural pb
    almond butter
    olive oil
    rice cakes
    brown rice
    sweet taters
    atlantic salmon fillet slab
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    What does you guys' average meal day look like for a cutting cycle?
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    80/20
    Round Roast
    Eggs
    Salmon
    Tuna
    Heavy Cream <-- My favorite part of the diet
    Munster Cheese
    Sesame Oil
    Flax Seeds
    Broccoli
    Unsweetened Kool Aid (make with sucralose)
    I usually get one kind of oil a week, whether its sesame, olive, almond, peanut, or grapeseed. This way I usually have some of each oil and just refill as needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zachs View Post
    What does you guys' average meal day look like for a cutting cycle?
    Exactly like a cutting meal except with more food.
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    What does everyone make with their heavy cream?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zachs View Post
    What does everyone make with their heavy cream?
    babies

    :bb3:
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    Quote Originally Posted by zachs View Post
    What does everyone make with their heavy cream?
    It's good in shakes and things like that.. You can also make a mean Alfredo sauce with it.
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    DUDE load up on the cheese.. throw that on everything... and grab those string cheeses for on the go... mmm melted mozzerla\also i love the ground turkey meat... and delicious lunch meats
    lots of hot sauce(no carb... franks and loiusianna are amazing)
    mmm hot wings

    mmm cheap vodka with no carbs.. maybe some sugar free red bull with it if u really wanna get anabolic
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    Quote Originally Posted by xtraflossy View Post
    babies

    :bb3:

    LOL I guess I set myself up for that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xtraflossy View Post
    babies

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    HAHAHA!
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    what about some anabolic diet meal ideas??
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    Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    what about some anabolic diet meal ideas??
    I agree, lets get some meal ideas from everyone. I have a pretty kickass Meat Loaf recipe that I will post when I get home.
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    Ground beef + chopped broccoli + pesto + walnuts = MMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
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    Meatloaf:
    2 lbs ground beef
    1 small onion - chopped
    1 small yellow pepper - chopped with seeds & stem removed
    1.5 cups ground pork rinds
    3/4 cup low carb ketchup
    1 cup heavy cream
    2 eggs
    2 tbsp. celery flake
    1/2 tbsp. chili powder
    1 tbsp. paprika
    1 tsp. black pepper
    1 tbsp. kosher salt
    1 tsp. garlic powder
    1 tbsp. minced onion
    1 lb. bacon

    Meat Loaf Preparation: (Makes 2 meatloaf)
    Mix ground meat mix well with cream, ketchup, eggs, and pork rinds in large bowl. Add all dry spice, onion and pepper. Let mix sit for 1 hour in refrigerator.

    Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Lay a large 8" heavy-duty spatula on cutting board. Lay 7 - 8 slices of bacon crosswise over spatula starting at bend near handle and ending at tip of spatula. Form into 10" loaf. Place loaf over bacon on spatula. Starting at one end fold bacon one slice at a time over itself until entire loaf is wrapped in bacon. Take spatula with bacon wrapped meatloaf and carefully flip loaf (seam side down) into preheated cast iron pan. Bake in iron pan in 400 degrees oven for 75 minutes.

    This recipe was found from Blaine's Low Carb Kitchen on discovery.com, there are a lot of different low carb recipe's on there worth looking at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zachs View Post
    Meatloaf:
    2 lbs ground beef
    1 small onion - chopped
    1 small yellow pepper - chopped with seeds & stem removed
    1.5 cups ground pork rinds
    3/4 cup low carb ketchup
    1 cup heavy cream
    2 eggs
    2 tbsp. celery flake
    1/2 tbsp. chili powder
    1 tbsp. paprika
    1 tsp. black pepper
    1 tbsp. kosher salt
    1 tsp. garlic powder
    1 tbsp. minced onion
    1 lb. bacon

    Meat Loaf Preparation: (Makes 2 meatloaf)
    Mix ground meat mix well with cream, ketchup, eggs, and pork rinds in large bowl. Add all dry spice, onion and pepper. Let mix sit for 1 hour in refrigerator.

    Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Lay a large 8" heavy-duty spatula on cutting board. Lay 7 - 8 slices of bacon crosswise over spatula starting at bend near handle and ending at tip of spatula. Form into 10" loaf. Place loaf over bacon on spatula. Starting at one end fold bacon one slice at a time over itself until entire loaf is wrapped in bacon. Take spatula with bacon wrapped meatloaf and carefully flip loaf (seam side down) into preheated cast iron pan. Bake in iron pan in 400 degrees oven for 75 minutes.

    This recipe was found from Blaine's Low Carb Kitchen on discovery.com, there are a lot of different low carb recipe's on there worth looking at.

    Definitely giving this a go.....gracias!
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