High Protein Breakfast Sandwich!

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by nparisi View Post
    Chill out dude he was just telling you need to eat more, most people don't get offended and call people granny f*ckers when they are told that. You don't have to listen to him tho, you are already BIG, because hell, it's part of your username so you must be huge.
    thats right.


  2. LOL ok arnold.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by nparisi View Post
    LOL ok arnold.
    lol

  4. Quote Originally Posted by guapitomark View Post
    You will need:

    1 Double Fiber English muffin
    1 Slice of Colby Jack cheddar cheese
    2 tablespoons of natty peanut butter
    6 tablespoons eggwhites

    Directions:

    Slice english muffin in two slices and drop in toaster.
    Cook your eggwhites - you can fry them (I prefer the
    microwave method - you can buy a plastic egg
    cooker thingy for microwave cooking).
    Spread the natty peanut butter on both toasted slices, add cheese, eggwhites, squeeze together and enjoy!!!


    Nutritional Info:

    Calories: 440
    Protein: 26g
    Total Fat: 23g (only 6.5g of sat. fat, the rest is "good" fat!)
    Fiber: 10g
    Not bad, i would try it.

  5. Ok I saw that ground beef and eggs bit, are you all making your omlette with the ground beef in it? If so, I might need to try that. I make a 6 egg white omlette with tyson grilled chicken, cheese, and a small amount of avocado in it for breakfast..mmmm. Then a bowl of old fashioned oats mixed with honey and raisens.
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  6. I'm going to try the pb and egg/cheese combo. (As weird as it sounds)

    I eat this sandwich with canadian bacon, eggs, and cheese. If you don't eat canadian bacon, check it out. It's very lean and protien rich. Taste to fat/protien profile it's the best sandwich meat out there IMO.

  7. theBIGkermit:
    maybe ur sig, makes people want to jump you?

    "Not many people understand what a pump is. It must be experienced to be understood. I get a pump when the blood is running into my muscles. They become really tight with blood. Like the skin is going to explode any minute. Its like someone putting air in my muscles. It blows up. It feels fantastic.

    wooow, really?
    Sounds like u're describing your tiny hard on dude... "it feels fantastic." :P

    Don't rage man

  8. Quote Originally Posted by theBIGcactus View Post
    2x slice whole wheat bread 8 protein 40 carbs
    6 eggs (2-3 yolks) 36 protein
    cheddar cheese 6 protein

    40-50 grams of protein and carbs, thats my breakfest
    My choice of a breakfast sandwich minus the whole wheat bread. I use Ezekiel, and it is indeed good. Gotta throw in the Natty PB though. Worth a try.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by andy123 View Post
    theBIGkermit:
    maybe ur sig, makes people want to jump you?

    "Not many people understand what a pump is. It must be experienced to be understood. I get a pump when the blood is running into my muscles. They become really tight with blood. Like the skin is going to explode any minute. Its like someone putting air in my muscles. It blows up. It feels fantastic.

    wooow, really?
    Sounds like u're describing your tiny hard on dude... "it feels fantastic." :P

    Don't rage man
    That's a quote from arnold buddy, he didn't just make it up and put it there. Check out pumping iron sometime.
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