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    Picked up both new flavors from Ben & Jerry's at the Scoop Shop
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    Maybe on top of a salad, use it to bind some things in a stirfry?
    I hate you Bob. I bought some Everything but the... Half of it in one sitting.

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    http://theicecreaminformant.freeforu...onut-layer-bar



    As you scoop a few bites the Coconut Base continues to shine in flavor, but not only that the Fudge Flakes turn morn into Fudge Chunks which remind me of Graeters Chocolate Chips in size. These were massive and packed a great rich chocolate flavor. You will also start to see small chunks of butter scotch which are found throughout the pint and provide a great compliment to everything involved in this pint. The walnuts are pretty similar to what you would find in "Chunky Monkey" another pint off the Ben & Jerry line, and provides a great nutty flavoring something you can find as well in Everything but the. The Graham Cracker Swirl is a bit on the weaker side, nothing like Turkey Hill and its Graham Cracker swirl that you would find in the pumpkin quart, but has a nice gritty feel/vibe to it which gives this pint a touch of extra sweetness on top of the rich base. I am shocked this is not in pints. This was hands down one of the better pints I have had off the Ben & Jerry Line. From first bite to last this was unique and impressive. Ben & Jerry's hit a home run. Take this out of being a scoop shop exclusive and put it in stores!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    http://theicecreaminformant.freeforu...onut-layer-bar



    As you scoop a few bites the Coconut Base continues to shine in flavor, but not only that the Fudge Flakes turn morn into Fudge Chunks which remind me of Graeters Chocolate Chips in size. These were massive and packed a great rich chocolate flavor. You will also start to see small chunks of butter scotch which are found throughout the pint and provide a great compliment to everything involved in this pint. The walnuts are pretty similar to what you would find in "Chunky Monkey" another pint off the Ben & Jerry line, and provides a great nutty flavoring something you can find as well in Everything but the. The Graham Cracker Swirl is a bit on the weaker side, nothing like Turkey Hill and its Graham Cracker swirl that you would find in the pumpkin quart, but has a nice gritty feel/vibe to it which gives this pint a touch of extra sweetness on top of the rich base. I am shocked this is not in pints. This was hands down one of the better pints I have had off the Ben & Jerry Line. From first bite to last this was unique and impressive. Ben & Jerry's hit a home run. Take this out of being a scoop shop exclusive and put it in stores!

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    Thank god I can't buy this at Jewl. I have one a block away, and B&J is on sale for $3. Could turn into a serious issue.
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    Chep Bob, on your cheat meal day, do you sort of cut back on your meals to help keep the damage down from your cheat meal, or do you just eat your normal diet then eat a cheat meal postworkout?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NattyForLife View Post
    Chep Bob, on your cheat meal day, do you sort of cut back on your meals to help keep the damage down from your cheat meal, or do you just eat your normal diet then eat a cheat meal postworkout?
    This has been addressed numerous times... It's a free meal. You can nail your macros that day AND have a cheat meal. Move on, it's one meal. Some do the 90/10 rule, I follow a 80/20.
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    Homemade red velvet & ice cream cake - FF vanilla ice cream, FF cream cheese frosting, dusted with RF crushed oreos and WF chocolate syrup drizzle. First time attempting ice cream cake and I'd say it turned out pretty darn delicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hewhoisripped View Post
    Thanks, but it sounds like macros would be crazy high in fat.
    I've been baking muffins/cakes with diet soda (Most recently red velvet ice cream cake). No oil, no eggs, virtually no fat. Taste is amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NattyForLife View Post
    Chep Bob, on your cheat meal day, do you sort of cut back on your meals to help keep the damage down from your cheat meal, or do you just eat your normal diet then eat a cheat meal postworkout?
    Just replace one meal
    With whatever no cutting back all meals are similar besides the cheat

    Sometimes I don't have it post workout or on a workout day

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    Quote Originally Posted by gokix811 View Post
    I've been baking muffins/cakes with diet soda (Most recently red velvet ice cream cake). No oil, no eggs, virtually no fat. Taste is amazing.
    Recipe please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hewhoisripped View Post
    Recipe please?
    Take a box mix (betty crocker) and use Diet soda.
    works
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Take a box mix (betty crocker) and use Diet soda.
    works
    Will have to try
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    Quote Originally Posted by hewhoisripped View Post
    Recipe please?
    Bob knows.

    Use any box of cake mix and mix in a 12 oz can of diet soda. Super easy. If using half a box, use 6 oz, etc. For example, I made red velvet so I paired it with diet wild cherry soda. Omit the oil, eggs, water. Bake according to box instructions. Eat. Profit. :-)
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    Anybody want to comment on how hard a 28 inch pizza challenge is? Im thinking of taking one on!
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    It is more than 3 times the surface area of typical 16 inch pizza. Not know about thickness and toppings, I'd say that's a big challenge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NattyForLife View Post
    Anybody want to comment on how hard a 28 inch pizza challenge is? Im thinking of taking one on!
    Very hard.. i highly suggest not doing it for a first challenge. because the crust will end up destroying you.
    Start with a 2lb burger or something small.
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    Definitely some sort of meat lovers pizza followed up by polishing off a tub of haagen daaz chocolate chocolate chip!

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    Cheat Meal Tomorrow
    See what i brew up in the kitchen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Cheat Meal Tomorrow See what i brew up in the kitchen.
    Had mine today! Had 8cups of regular cheerios(that is a crap ton of cereal)! Ate that with about 2 cups of almond milk and Edy's German chocolate cake ice cream!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NattyForLife View Post
    Had mine today! Had 8cups of regular cheerios(that is a crap ton of cereal)! Ate that with about 2 cups of almond milk and Edy's German chocolate cake ice cream!
    How you managed to eat that many regular cheerios is baffling. I hope there was mass amounts of sugar involved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Logan.ME View Post
    How you managed to eat that many regular cheerios is baffling. I hope there was mass amounts of sugar involved.
    Yes, cinnamon and splenda!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NattyForLife View Post
    Yes, cinnamon and splenda!
    Cinnamon, nice touch
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    out of all cereals on a cheat meal, y cheerios lol
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    Cheerios basically = oats. I would've gone with Trix or something if I were going all out on cereal.
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    ^^^ That.. why not reese puffs, cinnamon toast crunch etc...
    hell i dont find cereal a cheat. i am talking about a juicy burger, oven baked macaroni and cheese with full fat butter, a full blown chinese take out meal with an egg roll. that is more of a cheat meal that you really cant calculate haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Logan.ME View Post
    Definitely some sort of meat lovers pizza followed up by polishing off a tub of haagen daaz chocolate chocolate chip!

    GAINZ!!!
    dude..did you eat the whole pizza or did you have a few slices?

    Pizza is my weakness but I "try" to only have it once a month if that.
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    Pizza, Mexican, Philly cheese steak, burgers, lasagna, some sweets
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    ^^^ That.. why not reese puffs, cinnamon toast crunch etc...
    hell i dont find cereal a cheat. i am talking about a juicy burger, oven baked macaroni and cheese with full fat butter, a full blown chinese take out meal with an egg roll. that is more of a cheat meal that you really cant calculate haha
    Wowza! That's one heck of a cheat meal Bob. LOL!!! Man, all I had this past Saturday for my cheat meal was a large hoagie from Jersey Mike's but that pales in comparison to what some of you guys eat. LOL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NPCworkhorse View Post
    Pizza, Mexican, Philly cheese steak, burgers, lasagna, some sweets
    Philly cheese stakes with steak fries ontop dipped in ranch lolol gets me every time...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cbsharpe View Post
    Wowza! That's one heck of a cheat meal Bob. LOL!!! Man, all I had this past Saturday for my cheat meal was a large hoagie from Jersey Mike's but that pales in comparison to what some of you guys eat. LOL!
    he isnt saying all of that as his cheat, He is saying choose one of those options. instead of something like cereal
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    Quote Originally Posted by hewhoisripped View Post
    Cheerios basically = oats. I would've gone with Trix or something if I were going all out on cereal.
    Frosted and cinnamon burst Cheerios are pretty good. I'm a fan of chocolate chex as well.
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    as far as cereals go, cinnamon jacks or vanilla checks are unbeatable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hewhoisripped View Post
    Cheerios basically = oats. I would've gone with Trix or something if I were going all out on cereal.
    exactly! A perfect refeed meal!
    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    ^^^ That.. why not reese puffs, cinnamon toast crunch etc... hell i dont find cereal a cheat. i am talking about a juicy burger, oven baked macaroni and cheese with full fat butter, a full blown chinese take out meal with an egg roll. that is more of a cheat meal that you really cant calculate haha
    i know calculated a cheat meal may seem dumb, but i have a tendency to overeat easily, and i have to somewhat count my macros of my cheat meal. Now i do go over my maintenance around 1000 calories!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NattyForLife View Post
    exactly! A perfect refeed meal! i know calculated a cheat meal may seem dumb, but i have a tendency to overeat easily, and i have to somewhat count my macros of my cheat meal. Now i do go over my maintenance around 1000 calories!
    Why not just get something you want, eat it and move on? (Takeout) if you order a 6" Sub with all the fixings it not like you can overdulge. its a good form of practice and practice of food control/relationship with food. Lets face it we cannot scale our food for our entire life and none of us are going pro anytime in the future. We eat food as means to help achieve a goal. moderation is a healthy practice everyone should utilize tracking calories or not.

    or make something (dont count what you use) and use oil's/butters etc to make a dish you may crave?

    Works very well too. Maybe a massive burger with 90/10 beef, and some homemade fries, add in whatever cheese you want, bacon etc and move on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhoadx View Post
    he isnt saying all of that as his cheat, He is saying choose one of those options. instead of something like cereal
    Yeah, that makes sense....I got ahead of myself there....LOL!
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    Cereal is definitely not a cheat. I have lucky charms, currently, 4-7 times a week
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    Quote Originally Posted by AntM1564 View Post
    Cereal is definitely not a cheat. I have lucky charms, currently, 4-7 times a week
    Cheap and now nutritionally dense carb source brother!

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    What is your favorite cheat meal?


    What cereal do y'all eat that much?! I want on that cereal train.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zach0075 View Post
    What cereal do y'all eat that much?! I want on that cereal train.
    Anything by maltomeal. Cheapest
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    Looking into this how do you incorporate this into your diet?

    Like prework out, morning snack, etc?
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