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  1. Quote Originally Posted by skunkman View Post
    mmmmmm

    Man this thread is so sweet man. Er maybe I mean savory? Either way it all looks great man.
    haha thanks pal...
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  2. Dr. John Berardi's Precision Nutrition Coconut Chicken
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  3. Dude, I made two delicious grilled vegetable dishes today.

    One was a grilled vegetable and chicken wrap w/ fat free mozzarella.

    The other was a grilled vegetable and pasta salad w/ EVOO, and chicken with a salsa mixture on the side.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    Dude, I made two delicious grilled vegetable dishes today.

    One was a grilled vegetable and chicken wrap w/ fat free mozzarella.

    The other was a grilled vegetable and pasta salad w/ EVOO, and chicken with a salsa mixture on the side.
    Did you think of me?
    \\ USPlabs Alpha Ginger //

  5. Every time...then I die a little inside.
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  6. This meals would be cheat meals for me at the current stage of my cutting. But they look delicious, and are exactly what I crave now as opposed to pizza or donuts.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by CryingEmo View Post
    This meals would be cheat meals for me at the current stage of my cutting. But they look delicious, and are exactly what I crave now as opposed to pizza or donuts.
    I understand that some of the meals are pretty "surplus" but i am still losing lbs so, im going to keep eating. I would rather work a little harder in my GPP work and be able to eat... ya herd?
    \\ USPlabs Alpha Ginger //

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    Dude, I made two delicious grilled vegetable dishes today.

    One was a grilled vegetable and chicken wrap w/ fat free mozzarella.

    The other was a grilled vegetable and pasta salad w/ EVOO, and chicken with a salsa mixture on the side.
    Post some pics homie ose:
    \\ USPlabs Alpha Ginger //

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    Everytime i come to this log you make me so freakin' hungry. Nice job on this!

    I like ketchup on my eggs too.
    I heard that real men...*cough..TEXANS..cough* use Tabasco on their eggs.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Gtarzan81 View Post
    I heard that real men...*cough..TEXANS..cough* use Tabasco on their eggs.
    I am from Pennsylvania... You're lucky i don't have gravy or ranch dressing or something on my eggs...
    haha
    \\ USPlabs Alpha Ginger //

  11. 90% Fat Free Grilled Spinach and Vegetable Burger

    Ingredients:

    1 90/10 beef patty
    1/4 red onion
    2 bella mushrooms
    1 whole wheat-whole grain bagel
    handful of fresh spinach
    paprika
    chili powder
    pepper


    Method:

    Turn saucepan sprayed with Pam on medium-high, and place all veg except the spinach in when hot. Sautee for about 2 minutes, until slightly blanched, and add in the beef patty. Keep the veg and patty (haha) close, but separated. This will infuse the burger with the vegetable flavour, and vice versa; eliminating the need for salt to a certain degree.

    [The best manner to cook the patty, contrary to popular beef, is to flip every thirty seconds. This 'cycles the juice' (lol - I don't know why I'm using this wording) within the patty, preventing it from accumulating and dissipating.]

    As the patty is finishing, add the spinach to the vegetables currently being cooked. To char the spinach only takes about 1.5 minutes. Once spinach is charred, and burger is done, place both sides of the whole wheat bagel inside the pan, and fry about 4 minutes aside. Form the burger with vegetable mixture and patty, and flip 2-3 times. This allows the juice to soften the inside of the bagel, while the outside stays crisp and delicious. Drizzle with Frank's, a squirt of mustard, and 1 tsp of fat-free miracle whip.

    The entire meal is low-sodium, and has only 12 grams fat total; 6 being saturated. This is diet friendly, as nothing in it is processed, and a high fat content is key - IMO - when dieting. Try it out brethren.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    90% Fat Free Grilled Spinach and Vegetable Burger

    Ingredients:

    1 90/10 beef patty
    1/4 red onion
    2 bella mushrooms
    1 whole wheat-whole grain bagel
    handful of fresh spinach
    paprika
    chili powder
    pepper


    Method:

    Turn saucepan sprayed with Pam on medium-high, and place all veg except the spinach in when hot. Sautee for about 2 minutes, until slightly blanched, and add in the beef patty. Keep the veg and patty (haha) close, but separated. This will infuse the burger with the vegetable flavour, and vice versa; eliminating the need for salt to a certain degree.

    [The best manner to cook the patty, contrary to popular beef, is to flip every thirty seconds. This 'cycles the juice' (lol - I don't know why I'm using this wording) within the patty, preventing it from accumulating and dissipating.]

    As the patty is finishing, add the spinach to the vegetables currently being cooked. To char the spinach only takes about 1.5 minutes. Once spinach is charred, and burger is done, place both sides of the whole wheat bagel inside the pan, and fry about 4 minutes aside. Form the burger with vegetable mixture and patty, and flip 2-3 times. This allows the juice to soften the inside of the bagel, while the outside stays crisp and delicious. Drizzle with Frank's, a squirt of mustard, and 1 tsp of fat-free miracle whip.

    The entire meal is low-sodium, and has only 12 grams fat total; 6 being saturated. This is diet friendly, as nothing in it is processed, and a high fat content is key - IMO - when dieting. Try it out brethren.

    Sounds great Mr. Mullet...
    \\ USPlabs Alpha Ginger //



  13. 8oz Extra Lean Ground Beef
    Garlic Moch Mash (Steamed, Mashed Cauliflower)
    Peppers and Onions

    I did some interesting things with this meal.

    1. Moch mashed potatoes: boil/steam the cauliflower then throw them in a blender or food processor. Somewhat tasteless, add a touch of butter, salt pepper and some garlic.

    2. Peppers and onions where simmering, i threw a handful of almonds in a food processor then dumped them in with the P&Os.

    Yummy meal!
    \\ USPlabs Alpha Ginger //

  14. Impressive bb!

    My wife is also becoming very good at cooking the bodybuilding type diet! She watches rachel ray to no end, but i've got her cooking it the right way now haha!

    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    Impressive bb!

    My wife is also becoming very good at cooking the bodybuilding type diet! She watches rachel ray to no end, but i've got her cooking it the right way now haha!
    Thats great... have you looked into Dr. Berardi's Gourmet Nutrition cookbooks?
    \\ USPlabs Alpha Ginger //

  16. Quote Originally Posted by borobulker View Post
    Thats great... have you looked into Dr. Berardi's Gourmet Nutrition cookbooks?
    I haven't myself. I let the wife do the majority of the cooking....mainly because i hate to cook.

    I shall though my friend.

    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve
    Legendary


  17. This post is for T1!!! Thanks for the support brotha!

    John Berardi's Gourmet Nutrition Coconut Chicken w/ Steamed Spinach



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  18. Quote Originally Posted by borobulker View Post
    This post is for T1!!! Thanks for the support brotha!

    John Berardi's Gourmet Nutrition Coconut Chicken w/ Steamed Spinach





    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve
    Legendary


  19. I'm loving the Spinach inclusion boro; you know how we roll.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    I'm loving the Spinach inclusion boro; you know how we roll.
    Decent change ehh?

    (that is what you guys say up there right? "ehh")
    \\ USPlabs Alpha Ginger //

  21. Quote Originally Posted by borobulker View Post
    Decent change ehh?

    (that is what you guys say up there right? "ehh")
    Nah, we say "Get off me *****, I'm Rick James". And we also say "Americans can't read".


  22. Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    Nah, we say "Get off me *****, I'm Rick James". And we also say "Americans can't read".


    nooyycceeee :bb3:
    \\ USPlabs Alpha Ginger //

  23. To boro's house we go, nice food pics man keep them coming.

  24. sorry for the big break, diet has not exactly been spot on...

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  25. 7oz Shrimp
    1.5oz Almonds, Walnuts, Pecans
    Dinosaur BBQ sauce
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  26. 7oz Grilled Top Round Steak w/ Grill Mates Montreal Steak Powder
    1c Broccoli
    1.5oz Almonds, Walnuts, Pecans
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  27. 08/28/2008 - Meal 1

    25mins pre-meal - 1 USP Labs Anabolic-Pump

    7 egg whites (1 carton of egg beaters)
    1 whole egg
    1T dinosaur BBQ sauce

    .5c OF Oatmeal
    1 post-ripe banana
    1T Natural Cinnamon
    1T Natural Honey

    16.9oz 'All Natural Tea's Tea' Pure Green Tea w/ Rose Petal
    1T Splenda (Blah, had to!)

    Approximate Totals
    694 Kcal
    11 Fat
    85 Carbohydrate
    55 Protein
    Last edited by borobulker; 07-28-2008 at 11:17 PM.
    \\ USPlabs Alpha Ginger //

  28. Nice thread ya got here and now i'm ****ing starving!
    You're negged for making me hungry and Mullet is negged for cheating on me.

  29. Quote Originally Posted by Jayhawkk View Post
    Nice thread ya got here and now i'm ****ing starving!
    You're negged for making me hungry and Mullet is negged for cheating on me.
    He means nothing to me; you know I'll always love your Mac N' Cheese baby.

  30. Quote Originally Posted by Jayhawkk View Post
    Nice thread ya got here and now i'm ****ing starving!
    You're negged for making me hungry and Mullet is negged for cheating on me.
    negged for being hungry while on a bb'ing forum.

    i could care less about 'mullet', im so over him
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