Favorite high protein foods and Portein shakes

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  1. Favorite high protein foods and Portein shakes


    Throw down some of your favorite high protein foods and your favorite shakes brands or special recipes !

    Mine

    Food:Tuna
    Shake:Optimums 100% gold standard
    Recipe:Optimum double rich chocolate 2 scoops / 1 Banana/ tbsp of Peanut butter / 1 tbsp all natural honey
    Limitations are shackles PAIN IS AWESOMENESS ENTERING MY MUSCLES !

    I'm not a doctor but I'll take a look


  2. Blend cottage cheese in with your protein powder and beverage of choice. My chick has been making protein cup cakes. Pure win


  3. Quote Originally Posted by StackedCop View Post
    Blend cottage cheese in with your protein powder and beverage of choice. My chick has been making protein cup cakes. Pure win
    Winning !
    Limitations are shackles PAIN IS AWESOMENESS ENTERING MY MUSCLES !

    I'm not a doctor but I'll take a look
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  4. im big on salmon and tuna steaks.....plus i love to blend! plain greek yogurt, honey, fresh fruit, unflavored whey

  5. I got to go with flank steak for my whole food protein and vanilla whey with papaya,pinnaple and topped with some cheerios or bran flakes for my post w/o shake.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by tubbednova View Post
    I got to go with flank steak for my whole food protein and vanilla whey with papaya,pinnaple and topped with some cheerios or bran flakes for my post w/o shake.
    that shake sounds amazing can't wait to try that
    Limitations are shackles PAIN IS AWESOMENESS ENTERING MY MUSCLES !

    I'm not a doctor but I'll take a look

  7. Rice Salmon patties with tarter sauce made into a sandwhich Nom Nom Nom!! And for the shake 16oz milk, 2 eggs, pb, banana, oats, and chocolate syrup

  8. Quote Originally Posted by StackedCop View Post
    My chick has been making protein cup cakes. Pure win
    Ima try to make them tomorrow

    BTW, still waiting for the cake recipe SlackerCop
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  9. Favorite high protein meal is this creamy sauce sauteed flounder they serve at this chinese buffet (this particular buffet is really nice, very tasteful and light on the sauces, the frying, etc). Jesus, it's so delicious, I get like 4 platefulls of it (about 2.5-3lbs).

  10. Sloppy Joe pizza 20oz ground turkey with sloppy joe sauce pizza cheese whole wheat crust

  11. sloppy Joe pizza sounds amazing might even be a top 10 favorite for the rest of my life on
    Limitations are shackles PAIN IS AWESOMENESS ENTERING MY MUSCLES !

    I'm not a doctor but I'll take a look

  12. Quote Originally Posted by Clean Machine View Post
    sloppy Joe pizza sounds amazing might even be a top 10 favorite for the rest of my life on
    Dude its unbelieveable. Best bulk food ever.

  13. Sardine sandwiches,,, also you can put anything at all in a meatloaf,,, grind up the veggies,, carbs (oats, flax, bran, etc etc), with whatever meat you choose,,, throw in a few eggs to hold it together,,, you can create the perfect macro loaf...... you control everything in it,,, season it anyway you like,,,, my meatloaf is almost 50% veggies,,, perfect way to get my veggies and fiber into my diet!!

  14. Quote Originally Posted by grngoloco
    Sardine sandwiches,,, also you can put anything at all in a meatloaf,,, grind up the veggies,, carbs (oats, flax, bran, etc etc), with whatever meat you choose,,, throw in a few eggs to hold it together,,, you can create the perfect macro loaf...... you control everything in it,,, season it anyway you like,,,, my meatloaf is almost 50% veggies,,, perfect way to get my veggies and fiber into my diet!!
    I like 1/3 each, beef/turkey/lamb for my meats
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvactech View Post
    im big on salmon and tuna steaks.....plus i love to blend! plain greek yogurt, honey, fresh fruit, unflavored whey
    due to me being spoiled, I can only eat salmon if its wild alaskan.Mostly its chicken, i've found a nice way to do the split breasts with bones + skin still on them (cheap as dirt, usually under $2/lb) is to bake them in a large roasting pan at around 365 for 45 min while making sure to keep water in the pan. Not covering the breasts, just a light layer. with the way the bones are in split breasts it holds almost all the meat up out of the water.
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL
    due to me being spoiled, I can only eat salmon if its wild alaskan.Mostly its chicken, i've found a nice way to do the split breasts with bones + skin still on them (cheap as dirt, usually under $2/lb) is to bake them in a large roasting pan at around 365 for 45 min while making sure to keep water in the pan. Not covering the breasts, just a light layer. with the way the bones are in split breasts it holds almost all the meat up out of the water.
    I carry a large ziploc bag full of cooked breasts in my backpack all day for on the go snacks,,,,

  17. always a fan of breasts! i also love pastas, angel hair with ground turkey, olive oil and garlic sauce..lean ground beef meatballs

  18. thank the protein gods i started this thread so many awesome ideas you guys are outdoing your selves great ideas !
    Limitations are shackles PAIN IS AWESOMENESS ENTERING MY MUSCLES !

    I'm not a doctor but I'll take a look

  19. Put your chicken in a slow cooker (crock pot) with chicken broth veggies etc for 6-7 hours. Literally falls apart so good
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  20. My main focus for everyday protein is ease of cooking,, and all day accessibility,,, slow cooked meat is awesome for a "meal" but for all day everyday nonstop eating,, you really need something portable,,, and that can be eaten by hand... I like meatloaf sandwiches and even cans of sardines, which can be eaten with plasticware

  21. Quote Originally Posted by bean5er
    Put your chicken in a slow cooker (crock pot) with chicken broth veggies etc for 6-7 hours. Literally falls apart so good
    winner winner chicken dinner.

    chili in the crock pot as well

  22. Hard boiled duck eggs. You can make a nice sandwich out of one egg. They are HUGE.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by SXIPro
    Hard boiled duck eggs. You can make a nice sandwich out of one egg. They are HUGE.
    Egga have a lot less protein than you'd think,,, look it up on www.sparkpeople.com

  24. [QUOTE=grngoloco;3273185]Egga have a lot less protein than you'd think,,, look it up on www sparkpeople com


    Duck eggs have 15-18g per egg depending on size. Better than tuna as far as protein per serving size.

  25. One can of sardines has 45g of protein and is a lot more portable,,, a 14oz can.of salmon has 84g

  26. I ate sardines the other day and my gf wouldn't go near me for like 20 minutes afterwards....

  27. Quote Originally Posted by Pharaoh
    I ate sardines the other day and my gf wouldn't go near me for like 20 minutes afterwards....
    20minutes isn't too long,,, lol,,, I eat 2-3 cans a day, every day

  28. It's hard to your hands off of her for twenty minutes trust me

  29. Quote Originally Posted by grngoloco View Post
    One can of sardines has 45g of protein and is a lot more portable,,, a 14oz can.of salmon has 84g
    What brand do u get? Most of the ones I try are unbearable lol

  30. Any generic brand packed in olive oil is fine by me ... I really like sardines by themselves,, they're good mixed with scrambled eggs, onions and jalapenos too...

  31. Quote Originally Posted by JoeySon

    What brand do u get? Most of the ones I try are unbearable lol
    Bumblebee pink salmon is really nice too

  32. Quote Originally Posted by grngoloco View Post
    Bumblebee pink salmon is really nice too
    Over 80g protein? I've never seen one that high, gotta look around

  33. Quote Originally Posted by JoeySon

    Over 80g protein? I've never seen one that high, gotta look around
    The 14.5 oz can has that on their label ... says 7 servings of 12g protein per can

  34. Quote Originally Posted by bean5er View Post
    Put your chicken in a slow cooker (crock pot) with chicken broth veggies etc for 6-7 hours. Literally falls apart so good
    Just started doing this last week and it is very tasty plus super easy. Almost no work at all.

  35. Quote Originally Posted by houstontexas

    Just started doing this last week and it is very tasty plus super easy. Almost no work at all.
    I've been planning on doing this and keep putting it off...

    I think it's time

  36. There is no easier way to put together the perfect macros than with a meatloaf

  37. Quote Originally Posted by StackedCop View Post
    Blend cottage cheese in with your protein powder and beverage of choice. My chick has been making protein cup cakes. Pure win
    Now this is a great idea. I def. will try this cottage cheese thing. "your chick" is a winner for the protein cupcakes. Nice to have someone supportive of a healthy habit! Congrats

  38. Fat free cottage cheese and MGN Cinnamon Bun Whey has been doing me right for several weeks now.

  39. Quote Originally Posted by houstontexas View Post
    Just started doing this last week and it is very tasty plus super easy. Almost no work at all.
    i slow cook everything....wife made lean ground turkey chili the other day, got a small turkey in the cooker as we speak

  40. 4 egg tuna omelet with cheese, 70 grams protein, chicken chili!
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