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    I meant like recipes and cooking techniques lol :P
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    Thats what my youtube is for
    over 100+ recipes
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Its been a staple flavor since day 1, i know one of the employees at mine she has been with coldstone for 6 years, limited flavors are listed on their website .. also seasonal. they do rotate flavors based on store location. That is why.
    i want the marshmallow back!!!!
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    Wow you surely deliver! Nice man
    Btw, got any "cheat" meal recipes? Didn't seen any.
    And looks like you got yourself a cool Cellucor sponsorship. Way to go

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurono View Post
    Wow you surely deliver! Nice man
    Btw, got any "cheat" meal recipes? Didn't seen any.
    And looks like you got yourself a cool Cellucor sponsorship. Way to go
    Did you not see the grilled cheese burger above? LOL
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    When in doubt if your meal is a cheat, proceed to top it with ice cream,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    When in doubt if your meal is a cheat, proceed to top it with ice cream,

    Done deal
    Top it with Haagen Dazs that is!
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    Burgers and ice cream….
    … Bah! Who am I kidding? My list is endless. lol
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    I see this "Dinner Post:

    Grilled Cheese double Bacon Greek Feta & Spinach Stuffed Turkey Burgers
    Cinnamon Sugar Sweet Potato Fries with a Chocolate Peanut Butter and Honey dipping sauce "

    but that's a nice pretty picture, but there's not a recipe in it? Unless my adblockers are blocking it?

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    Did you not see the grilled cheese burger above? LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurono View Post
    I see this "Dinner Post:

    Grilled Cheese double Bacon Greek Feta & Spinach Stuffed Turkey Burgers
    Cinnamon Sugar Sweet Potato Fries with a Chocolate Peanut Butter and Honey dipping sauce "

    but that's a nice pretty picture, but there's not a recipe in it? Unless my adblockers are blocking it?
    The recipe is exactly the description
    A grilled Cheese = cheese and bread
    Turkey Burger = Burger formed with Turkey
    Spinch and Feta = Spinach and Feta cut into the burgers and cooked as a patty
    bacon = Bacon

    Sweet potato fries with cinnamon sugar = Sweet Potatoes baked with cinnamon + Sugar
    Chocolate Peanut Butter Honey Dipping Sauce = Peanut Butter + Honey + Chocolate (Cocoa)
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    Oh ok, I see. When I see burger recipes It's never just a patty but a combination of seasons, onions, Worcestershire sauce. So never mind! I get all fancy like that lol.
    I've made some flavorful burgers with stuff like that. And I thought you used melted dark chocolate in a sauce pan for the chocolate sauce, or at least i would. Never thought u used cocoa powder.
    And for the fries, I thought you deep fried them.
    You see, a lot of guessing here :P

    Thanks, sorry to bother you!

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    The recipe is exactly the description
    A grilled Cheese = cheese and bread
    Turkey Burger = Burger formed with Turkey
    Spinch and Feta = Spinach and Feta cut into the burgers and cooked as a patty
    bacon = Bacon

    Sweet potato fries with cinnamon sugar = Sweet Potatoes baked with cinnamon + Sugar
    Chocolate Peanut Butter Honey Dipping Sauce = Peanut Butter + Honey + Chocolate (Cocoa)
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    Fries were baked, no deep fryer.
    400 for 25 minutes.
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    Do you cook just for yourself or for family as well? #3 on my list of excuses as to why I don't add more variety to my diet is that things go bad on me since I live alone (1&2 are poverty and lack of time).
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    Quote Originally Posted by hewhoisripped View Post
    Do you cook just for yourself or for family as well? #3 on my list of excuses as to why I don't add more variety to my diet is that things go bad on me since I live alone (1&2 are poverty and lack of time).
    Yup
    i bulk cook chicken/turkey for 2-3 days
    Potatoes for 3-4 days
    rice for 2-3 days

    I work 60 hours a week, never a lack of time to cook some delicious protein goods and other good meals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Yup
    i bulk cook chicken/turkey for 2-3 days
    Potatoes for 3-4 days
    rice for 2-3 days

    I work 60 hours a week, never a lack of time to cook some delicious protein goods and other good meals.
    I don't know how you do it haha. I'll pay for time/cooking coaching.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hewhoisripped View Post
    I don't know how you do it haha. I'll pay for time/cooking coaching.
    Wake up a bit earlier = Problem solved!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Wake up a bit earlier = Problem solved!
    But... Sleep. I sleep like 5h as it is. I am trying to cook more though, mainly to solve problem #1 (student brokenness)
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    Quote Originally Posted by hewhoisripped View Post
    But... Sleep. I sleep like 5h as it is. I am trying to cook more though, mainly to solve problem #1 (student brokenness)
    Prep easy food bruh! I can mealprep 5-7 days of meals in about an hour!
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    Look into crock pots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gokix811 View Post
    Look into crock pots.
    That's all I use haha. I couldn't live without it. Oats, beans, chicken you name it, it goes in the crockpot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hewhoisripped View Post
    That's all I use haha. I couldn't live without it. Oats, beans, chicken you name it, it goes in the crockpot.
    The wife and I have been discussing getting a crockpot for a while now. We just keep forgetting to pick one up. Any suggestion on a fairly priced good quality crockpot?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveToLift View Post
    The wife and I have been discussing getting a crockpot for a while now. We just keep forgetting to pick one up. Any suggestion on a fairly priced good quality crockpot?
    Man, you don't know what you're missing. Crockpots are a savior bro. But get at least a 5 quart one or higher. Hamilton Beach is a very good brand as well as the "Crock Pot" brand. You can get both of these at Walmart or Target. Enjoy!
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    Costco here has carried the same one forever, its a good size and has treated me very well.

    Literally can wake up, throw a frozen roast or chicken in it with some spices/sauces and have a good dinner waiting when you are home
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    Quote Originally Posted by cbsharpe View Post
    Man, you don't know what you're missing. Crockpots are a savior bro. But get at least a 5 quart one or higher.
    As a father who's wife works 2nd shift. I can say crockpots have saved me from serving PB&Js for dinner multiple times a week. Just have to throw stuff in the pot before you leave in the morning, and you're done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfy3d2000 View Post
    As a father who's wife works 2nd shift. I can say crockpots have saved me from serving PB&Js for dinner multiple times a week. Just have to throw stuff in the pot before you leave in the morning, and you're done!
    Yep! Exactly! It's just too, too easy. Really a no brainer if you ask me. I don't use it as much in the summer as I do in the fall/winter of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveToLift View Post
    The wife and I have been discussing getting a crockpot for a while now. We just keep forgetting to pick one up. Any suggestion on a fairly priced good quality crockpot?
    I got a good quality one at Kohl's for ~$20. I think it is Hamilton Beach. It has a low, high, and keep warm feature. You can always get a programmable one, they are around $40. You can program how long for it to run and then it will shut off. Good if you will be out of the house for a long time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AntM1564 View Post
    I got a good quality one at Kohl's for ~$20. I think it is Hamilton Beach. It has a low, high, and keep warm feature. You can always get a programmable one, they are around $40. You can program how long for it to run and then it will shut off. Good if you will be out of the house for a long time.
    That's where we grabbed ours. Sounds like we have the same one, actually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tyga tyga View Post
    That's where we grabbed ours. Sounds like we have the same one, actually.
    I got it on sale originally 30 dollars. Silver on the outside and came with an elastic band, but I don't use it.
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    Best stack to run with a crockpot is a timer. Set it for 4AM, get up at 8AM and you have hot oatmeal waiting for you. Throw beans in at 10AM set for 4PM, go to work, work out, come back and have hot food waiting for you. Just gotta be careful with chicken and stuff, don't want that sitting at 40C for too long...
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    Crockpot works best for bulk chicken (Hot sauce/soy sauce to flavor) Same with tilapia (if you like fish)
    Also pork ---> Big Pork loin + Diet Soda and let it cook. Comes off the bone literally.

    You can make chicken alfredo and tons of recipes in there.. so many you can google.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Crockpot works best for bulk chicken (Hot sauce/soy sauce to flavor) Same with tilapia (if you like fish)
    Also pork ---> Big Pork loin + Diet Soda and let it cook. Comes off the bone literally.

    You can make chicken alfredo and tons of recipes in there.. so many you can google.
    Great investment.
    Care to post some favorites with good macros?
    Will try the diet soda thing.
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    There are tons of sites that have crockpot recipes.

    Bob..I have to try that diet soda + pork loin recipe.
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    I just told you them above LOL
    Dude there is 100+ you can google
    Yummly for example has a ton
    Chocolate Covered Katie has a few
    Kiss my Broccoli
    Dashing Dish has a TON
    all good blogs.
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    Crockpots are like having a wife minus the sex and PMs. Makes your food while you're at work.



    Oats, cinnamon banana & raisins. Creamy as fuark after 4h.

    Chicken with soy sauce, hot sauce and liquid smoke. Garlic powder, chilli powder and some mustard.
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    ^^^ Putting a banana in the crock pot with the oats.. not a good idea.. would come out soggy as hell!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    ^^^ Putting a banana in the crock pot with the oats.. not a good idea.. would come out soggy as hell!
    Actually comes out really good. Yes, it's mushy, but it goes well with the oatmeal. I like it at least.
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    Chicken/Pineapple + Steak Kabobs + Fries:



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