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    Is Pork out of the question?


    I love the PIG! You can eat everything but the hair.....from the rooter to the tooter! But all I see is chicken or tuna. So I guess a good muscle building diet has no room for a center cut pork chop, smothered with onions & peppers. A slow sizzle over an applewood fire. Fresh garden pulled cob of corn laying next to it. OMG....I gotta stop!
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    Nothing wrong with it as far as I know. I eat it quite often. Tenderloin is amazing!!
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    Protein-wise, I was under the impression it was inferior to beef, and took longer to digest.

    But daaayem it tastes good - closest thing to human flesh apparently
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    Chicken and tuna are both fairly cheap and very high in protein which is the reason you hear about it the most and its also delicious . But theirs never anything wrong with pork, grub down.
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    Low fat, delicious, Mmmmmm.
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    I know they're bad, but bbq ribs . . . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jakellpet View Post
    I know they're bad, but bbq ribs . . . . .
    Ask for the ribs without sauce
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaegernaut View Post
    Ask for the ribs without sauce

    not likely mate!
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    ANything with Rib in it is way too fat-ning for you. Pork Ribs, Ribeye, Anything that attaches to the ribs is much fat in it. Stay away if you are dieting.
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    As long as it fits into your diet calorie wise and fat wise, you will be fine.
    Like LM use to say, you can get ripped on table sugar if your calories aren't too high.
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    The only pork I eat are centre-cut chops, and the tenderloin. Actually the tenderloin is super cheap, and almost as lean as chicken breast. It makes for a nice switcharoo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveoph View Post
    The only pork I eat are centre-cut chops, and the tenderloin. Actually the tenderloin is super cheap, and almost as lean as chicken breast. It makes for a nice switcharoo!
    Same here, most of the fat is on the outer ring of the pork and can be cut off quite easily. The meat itself is pretty lean and tastes great, gives your taste buds a much-needed break.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveoph View Post
    The only pork I eat are centre-cut chops, and the tenderloin. Actually the tenderloin is super cheap, and almost as lean as chicken breast. It makes for a nice switcharoo!
    Yes yes yes!! 1.99/lb at Costco!! So so so fukcing cheap!
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    You know it - that's why you have to grab some of this:
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    Quote Originally Posted by spshond View Post
    ANything with Rib in it is way too fat-ning for you. Pork Ribs, Ribeye, Anything that attaches to the ribs is much fat in it. Stay away if you are dieting.

    only for cheat meals . . . but in any case, I'd rather have an overdose of fat than sugar any day of the week
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    Quote Originally Posted by jakellpet View Post
    only for cheat meals . . . but in any case, I'd rather have an overdose of fat than sugar any day of the week
    Yup; fats make for great cheat meals. Pistachios are my weakness not bacon unfortunately. I've scarfed down 1lb on some days before I realized what I was doing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jakellpet View Post
    I know they're bad, but bbq ribs . . . . .
    OMG.....I'm Slobbering! This thread has turned into "PORK PORN"!!!! I do work a strict diet, but on occassion I hafta have it. I just make sure the fat is trimmed & I grill it....either charcoal or Foreman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaegernaut View Post
    Ask for the ribs without sauce
    Wat kind of man in there right mind would do that brah lol but i got ribs one time that had little sauce and it tasted like beef jerky
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knewsance View Post
    Wat kind of man in there right mind would do that brah lol but i got ribs one time that had little sauce and it tasted like beef jerky
    Its all on how you do it meng. I always boil mine first then in the oven or on to the bbq, with salt, pepper crushed garlic and paprika maybe some cayenne. Finsh with lemon juice...Its good. There are ways to make healthy bbq sauce though.
    2 C no salt added
    tomato paste
    1 cup water
    Sugar substitute or honey to taste
    1/2 Cup vinegar
    1 onion, chopped
    1 stalk celery, chopped
    2 Tbsp. olive oil
    pinch basil, crushed
    pinch tarragon,
    crushed garlic to taste
    pinch freshly ground
    black pepper
    Tamarin sauce to taste
    then Worcestershire sauce or liquid smoke to taste
    blend it all up, taste see if you want it spicier, sweeter etc.
    Then enjoy
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    Found this @ T-Nation. Very Good.

    Ingredients:

    Pork Tenderloins
    Olive oil (not extra virgin)
    Salt
    Fresh Ground Pepper

    Method:

    1. Preheat grill med/high or preheat oven to 400 degrees.

    2. Rub tenderloins with olive oil, salt and pepper liberally all over the outside on all sides.

    3. Grill or Roast for about 18-20 minutes. It takes about 12-15 minutes per pound and most tenderloins weigh a little over a pound, so they don't take long to cook.

    4. Let the tenderloins REST without touching them for at least 10-15 minutes after cooking. This will insure that they stay juicy and continue to cook for a few minutes after pulling them off the grill or out of the oven.

    Per ounce of pork tenderloin:

    Calories 48
    Fat 2 g
    Carbohydrates 0g
    Protein 8 g
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    BTW if you hunt wild boar yourself you can make some great healthy pork products, much lower fat content. eg apple smoked wild boar bacon is the cats ass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLastRonin View Post
    BTW if you hunt wild boar yourself you can make some great healthy pork products, much lower fat content. eg apple smoked wild boar bacon is the cats ass.
    stop with such talk!

    btw - I just brought 3 racks of ribs for my cheat meal tonight . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jakellpet View Post
    stop with such talk!

    btw - I just brought 3 racks of ribs for my cheat meal tonight . . .
    lol tell me about it I bought some ribs yesterday because of this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLastRonin View Post
    lol tell me about it I bought some ribs yesterday because of this thread.
    there is actually a pork rib recipe thread - look out for EasyE's!
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    Yo Cfour!! Just fit it into the diet tracker above and it's all good!! Pork chops......................... ...mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmm.
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    pork is amazing
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    i think i know what i am having for dinner... PORK!!!!!! Thanks alot!!!!!
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    If you have a rotisserie on your bbg grill (I do ) cook the pork loin roast on it. You don't even have to have spices to make it deelicious!
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    recipe that i love.........

    thin cut lean pork chops
    panko break crumbs
    eggwash
    lipton onion soup mix
    olive oil

    take chops...place in eggwash....dip in panko breadcrumbs. Pan fry in a touch of olive oil for a few.......then place the fried chops in a bath of lipton soup mix and let it simmer for 1 hour. You dont even know how good / healthy this is.
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    i love BBQ pork. It's probably one of my favorite foods
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    I recently ordered the grinder attachment for my mixer, and plan on doing both some sausages (yum!) but also doing mixed ground meats. so getting some lean pork tenderloin and grinding it with chicken breast and maybe even fish like tilapia to add more protein, a mix of aminos and cut down on fattiness even further.
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    Damn. Now I'm gonna go get some pulled pork for lunch. LOL.
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    I didnt want to spoil the bubble.

    Pigs are smarter than dogs.

    But we dont eat dogs.

    Funny.
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    I'll tell you one thing, I love pork untill I visited a friends pig farm in Iowa. I will stick to deer, elk and buffalo. God, I miss pork chops.
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    Great idea on blending the meats. I will have to give that a shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jakellpet View Post
    Protein-wise, I was under the impression it was inferior to beef, and took longer to digest.

    But daaayem it tastes good - closest thing to human flesh apparently
    I dig the pig , can't help it. Which part of the human do you think would make the choice cut ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jakellpet View Post
    But daaayem it tastes good - closest thing to human flesh apparently
    Where the hell did you hear this? Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mars1107 View Post
    I didnt want to spoil the bubble.

    Pigs are smarter than dogs.

    But we dont eat dogs.

    Funny.
    Yea but we keep dogs as pets. I'm sure someone who has a pig as a pet probably wouldn't eat pig.
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