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    What do your meals look-like?


    I think its a goodthing to change the foods you eat up.

    I eat a lot of the same stuff

    Like oatmeal in the blender, with a banana peanut butter-2 tblspoons, and egg whites or whey

    Lean beef- with either brown rice, whole wheat pasta, veggie

    Chicken, with sweet or red potatoe, veggie

    Salmon with brown rice, veggies

    Im looking for idea's.

    I get sick of tuna sometimes. I do know a few tasty recipes. They take time though.

    Thanks in advance if you contribute.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smeton_yea View Post
    I think its a goodthing to change the foods you eat up.

    I eat a lot of the same stuff

    Like oatmeal in the blender, with a banana peanut butter-2 tblspoons, and egg whites or whey

    Lean beef- with either brown rice, whole wheat pasta, veggie

    Chicken, with sweet or red potatoe, veggie

    Salmon with brown rice, veggies

    Im looking for idea's.

    I get sick of tuna sometimes. I do know a few tasty recipes. They take time though.

    Thanks in advance if you contribute.
    ill tell ya what. I get so mentally sick of eating the same things (assuming they are bland, ala carte*(spelling) repetitive things. I recently bought a crock pot and have experimented successfully with a pot roast with lots of veggies herbs, spices, potatoes and beef. Unfortunately it wasnt too lean. I am going to get on some chicken recipes. I think the important thing in lean meats and things is to cook them right to ensure tenderness and flavor. slow cooking provides an EASY way of doing this. The meat flavors will blend with those of the veggies potatoes etc.

    because of my busy schedule I tend to resort to MRP's. I used to eat about 65g whey protein with 3 slices ezekiel bread and some natty pb. too much effort for an MRP if you ask me. I am not a fan of weight gainers and such because they are usually high saturated fat, high cholesterol, and high carb/sugar (and maltodextrin). Well, I took a liking to MHP's Up Your Mass. oats and barley are the carb sources. 5mg cholest. 58g carbs, 46g BLEND of protein and like 510 calories. sat fat is like 2g or something. plus its as easy as adding water and drinking. and still doesnt miss out on the fiber that ezekiel has! (i think it has 10.5g fiber). Plus I found 5lbs for 30 bucks so its not inefficient cost wise either.

    anyway I digress....

    as far as not using a slow cooker. I like to add things to bring the different macro nutrients together. Like lower sodium pasta sauces etc. it makes the taste and texture much more homogeneous.
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    I've been doing this and its pretty damn good. Im on TKD though.

    -1can Tuna (white albaquore)
    -2 TBS salsa
    -1/4 cup cheddar or colby cheese
    -1TBS Miracle Whip

    Mix it all up then put a little cheese on top and throw it in the microwave for 45-60sec and your good to go. Sometimes I'll throw some red hot in there too. High sodium but whatever.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    I've been doing this and its pretty damn good. Im on TKD though.

    -1can Tuna (white albaquore)
    -2 TBS salsa
    -1/4 cup cheddar or colby cheese
    -1TBS Miracle Whip

    Mix it all up then put a little cheese on top and throw it in the microwave for 45-60sec and your good to go. Sometimes I'll throw some red hot in there too. High sodium but whatever.....
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    check it out. Its effin delish and very healthy. i like the grapeseed oil one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    I've been doing this and its pretty damn good. Im on TKD though.

    -1can Tuna (white albaquore)
    -2 TBS salsa
    -1/4 cup cheddar or colby cheese
    -1TBS Miracle Whip

    Mix it all up then put a little cheese on top and throw it in the microwave for 45-60sec and your good to go. Sometimes I'll throw some red hot in there too. High sodium but whatever.....
    Just tryed to make this . Didnt find the ingredients so I used

    1 can Tuna(white Alb)
    2 tbs spag sauce
    1/4 cup cheddar
    1 tbs mayo

    put it in microwave =Wow! I'm stunned
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    One meal that I can't get over is chili with some complex corn bread. Absolutely stunning.

    Quote Originally Posted by 99sscamaroma View Post
    Cut up 4 large green peppers, 4 onions and 4 red peppers and place in a large, deep frying pan. Allow them to start to cook up and the liquid to drain from them. Then add 1-2 pounds of 99% free ground turkey breast to the peppers and onions along with some chilli powder, cayenne pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, pepper, and salt. Allow the meat, peppers, and onions to cook until almost all of the water from the vegetable has evaporated. Once the meat and vegetables are done cooking (approx 25-30 mins) put to the side and grab a large, deep pot and empty 5 large cans of tomato sauce, 5 cans of diced tomatoes, and then 2-3 cans of tomto paste (depending on how thick you want it). Season the sauces with the same ingredients as mentioned above and add the meat and veggies to the sauce. Allow the sauce, meat, and veggies to simmer on a low heat for about a half hour so the sauce can reduce. Then add 5 large cans ofred kidney beans and allow to simmer again for another 30 mins or so and your done! Tons of protein with the 99% fat free gorund turkey breast and kidney beans and plenty of veggies. Plus, since your using the water from the veggies as liquid to cook the meat in your not adding any oil and basically your getting lean meat, veggies, and beans.
    I didnt mention the amounts of the seasonings as they can be adjusted due to each persons taste. Enjoy!

    Amounts of base ingredients can be adjusted to whats on hand, or goals.

    Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    1 cup corn meal
    1 cup whole wheat flour
    1.5 tsp baking powder
    1 tsp salt
    1/4 cup maltodextrin
    2 eggs (i used hi omega 3 free range grain fed)
    1/4 cup coconut oil
    2/3 cup milk

    Mix dry ingredients, blend the wet in until just all mixed together, makes 6 decent sized muffins.

    drink it down with straight protein shake, and you are all set!
    per muffin -

    Energy 271.045 Cal
    Protein 7.66 g
    Fats 12.375 g
    Polyunsaturates 0.763 g
    Monosaturates 1.523 g
    Saturates 8.995 g
    Cholesterol 73.211 mg
    Carbohydrates 33.734 g


    I'm going to try some variations on it, to boost the protein some. I dont mind the fats at that level, as it is MCT fats. i may drop that a little though, and replace with egg whites, see how it turns out. If I can hit 20+g of protein, and get the carbs up to 40 while being all complex carbs, thats what I want.
    I substituted olive oil and it turned out fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smeton_yea View Post
    I think its a goodthing to change the foods you eat up.

    I eat a lot of the same stuff

    Like oatmeal in the blender, with a banana peanut butter-2 tblspoons, and egg whites or whey

    Lean beef- with either brown rice, whole wheat pasta, veggie

    Chicken, with sweet or red potatoe, veggie

    Salmon with brown rice, veggies

    Im looking for idea's.

    I get sick of tuna sometimes. I do know a few tasty recipes. They take time though.

    Thanks in advance if you contribute.
    7am-6 egg whites, 2 whole eggs, 12 almonds, 1 cup veggie

    10am-6oz chkn, 1 cup veggie, 1 avocado

    1pm-1 can tuna, 1 cup veggie, 12 almonds

    4pm-6oz chkn, 1 cup veggie, 1 avocado

    7pm-6oz salmon, 1 cup veggie, 12 almonds

    10pm-20gm whey, 20gm casein

    I'll have a "carb day" every 4 or 5 days. I've tried going totally keto but my body doesn't respond favorably. My energy stays pretty high and I make decent lean mass gains as well as steady increases in strength. Not a hardcore mass gainer plan I know but my body loses/gains weight very easily
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    Quote Originally Posted by smeton_yea View Post
    Just tryed to make this . Didnt find the ingredients so I used

    1 can Tuna(white Alb)
    2 tbs spag sauce
    1/4 cup cheddar
    1 tbs mayo

    put it in microwave =Wow! I'm stunned
    Smeton you're hilarious man... I can see you standing there like, "Damnit!... I'm just gonna use spaghetti sauce!!" and then feasting like a hobo at hooters. LMAO man!
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    My meals look like this 6 days a week -

    1/2 Cup oatmeal and protein shake- 8 am
    Chicken breast - 10 am
    2 cups Broccoli and carrots (raw) - 12 pm
    protein shake - 2 pm
    chicken breast - 5 pm
    protein shake - 8 pm (after workout)
    2 cups broccoli and carrots and another chicken breast - 9 pm


    It makes you REALLY look forward to that oatmeal in the morning. MMM carbs. On the seventh day of the week I usually wild out, I eat whatever I want and drink beer (By 'eat whatever I want', I mean I may eat a medium pizza, with my pslin, for lunch and have a 6 inch sub for dinner. I dont go out of my way to over eat that day...I dont want to waste my whole week of effort!) *Please note that I'm cutting for the summer time and that you would never grow much mass on a diet like this.
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    I got another good one for low carbing.

    -6oz Chicken with some pasta/pizza hot&sweet magic seasoning(no sodium added ).
    -Throw some EVOO in the pan
    -Cook on low heat and throw more of the seasoning on (as you see fit)
    -After the chicken is cooked. Throw some mozzarella over top the chicken breat and turn the heat off
    -Cover the pan and let it sit for a few then dig in

    I was very pleased with the way this turned out
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    The majority of my meals look like this-meat and oatmeal.The oatmeal gets old but you can cook a lot and then put it in containers mixed watery with some prot. and drink it while at work.
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    yeah I like oatmeal cause its easy and fast
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    I keep it simple but boring

    eggs, oatmeal, juice
    shake
    chicken, brown rice, peas
    shake
    chicken,brown rice, peas
    shake

    snack

    simple and boring however I use plenty of differant sauces
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    Ive been eating this non-stop.

    -8oz 85/15 ground beef seasoned with pepper and whatever else Im feeling
    -cut up onions and green peppers and saute' in a little butter
    -cook them together on low heat in a covered pan
    -throw some provolone cheese ontop while it "cools"

    Taste real good
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    Meal 1 2 scoop protein Shake and 2oz Peanut butter
    Meal 2 4 whole eggs/2 whites and 1oz Almonds
    Meal 3 6oz ground chuck and 1 1/2oz Almonds
    Meal 4 1 can of tuna and 1 1/2oz Almonds
    Meal 5 2 scoop protein in 8oz Milk with a banana
    Meal 6 10oz steak with 2 cups of Broccoli and 10-15 fish oil caps

    This the Monday - friday diet
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    Quote Originally Posted by smeton_yea View Post
    I think its a goodthing to change the foods you eat up.

    I eat a lot of the same stuff

    Like oatmeal in the blender, with a banana peanut butter-2 tblspoons, and egg whites or whey

    Lean beef- with either brown rice, whole wheat pasta, veggie

    Chicken, with sweet or red potatoe, veggie

    Salmon with brown rice, veggies

    Im looking for idea's.

    I get sick of tuna sometimes. I do know a few tasty recipes. They take time though.

    Thanks in advance if you contribute.
    Gawd I hate wheat pasta... but kudos on your very clean diet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Link24 View Post
    Meal 1 2 scoop protein Shake and 2oz Peanut butter
    Meal 2 4 whole eggs/2 whites and 1oz Almonds
    Meal 3 6oz ground chuck and 1 1/2oz Almonds
    Meal 4 1 can of tuna and 1 1/2oz Almonds
    Meal 5 2 scoop protein in 8oz Milk with a banana
    Meal 6 10oz steak with 2 cups of Broccoli and 10-15 fish oil caps

    This the Monday - friday diet
    what are your stats..? do you use this diet for long term or just right now? what does your weekend food intake look like?
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    Cutting right now, eat the same thing every day

    Meal 1
    protein shake
    granola/milk

    Meal 2
    Protein shake
    Peanutre butter sandwitch

    Meal 3 (pre workout)
    1 turkey burger
    2 slices whole wheat bread
    1 bag 94% fat free popcorn

    During workou
    30g wms

    Meal 4 (Post workout)
    7oz chicken
    Cereal/milk or oats and milk

    Pre bed
    1 slice bread with PB
    Cottage cheese
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    Im 5'11 just under 200lbs at 12-14% bf....Just started this diet about 2 weeks ago using it to lean up for the summer. Im running this diet till April 1st so far seeing great results. On Saturday is my carb up so i take in just shy of 400 carbs which comes out to 60-65 carbs per meal. Then i spilt my fat into my first 3 meals only at 15 grams per meal.But my protein always remains the same. Sunday is 40 carbs in my first 4 meals and 20 grams of fat in my last 4 meals. So meals 3 and 4 will contain both carbs and fat and meal 5 and 6 will be protein and fat only. So far it is working great.


    Quote Originally Posted by pudzian2 View Post
    what are your stats..? do you use this diet for long term or just right now? what does your weekend food intake look like?
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    My only carb choices are bananas, fiber one cereal, oatmeal, potatoes, and brown rice with a nice cheat meal every 2 weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Link24 View Post
    My only carb choices are bananas, fiber one cereal, oatmeal, potatoes, and brown rice with a nice cheat meal every 2 weeks.
    sounds good man thanks.
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    is spanish rice slow burning?

    O and I can't eat ricoota cheese it takes way too long. Cottege cheese for me.

    I drink the eggwhite containers this makes a fast erasy way to get protein in on the run.

    As of now I have time to cook whole foods=)

    Lean beef with worchester sauce. Fat free cheese(or low fat)
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    crush slow sodium tostada's on a dish

    layer with rice ( i use a good starchy white rice)

    cook lean ground beef, drain to your liking, then add cummin and chili powder to flavor. add some drained kidney beans for extra protein.

    layer that over the rice

    put shredded chedder and mont jack cheese over the top.

    voila!
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    Quote Originally Posted by smeton_yea View Post
    is spanish rice slow burning?

    O and I can't eat ricoota cheese it takes way too long. Cottege cheese for me.

    I drink the eggwhite containers this makes a fast erasy way to get protein in on the run.

    As of now I have time to cook whole foods=)

    Lean beef with worchester sauce. Fat free cheese(or low fat)
    i like to add tuna to cottage cheese with chives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smeton_yea View Post
    I think its a goodthing to change the foods you eat up.

    I eat a lot of the same stuff

    Like oatmeal in the blender, with a banana peanut butter-2 tblspoons, and egg whites or whey

    Lean beef- with either brown rice, whole wheat pasta, veggie

    Chicken, with sweet or red potatoe, veggie

    Salmon with brown rice, veggies

    Im looking for idea's.

    I get sick of tuna sometimes. I do know a few tasty recipes. They take time though.

    Thanks in advance if you contribute.
    I just eat my ass off...lol

    I can't add but can you elaborate on that oatmeal, bannana, pb and whites in the blender thing....sounds good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neuromancer View Post
    I just eat my ass off...lol

    I can't add but can you elaborate on that oatmeal, bannana, pb and whites in the blender thing....sounds good!
    Put in Blender

    Two cups Oatmeal
    A banana
    2 Tbsp Natty PB
    and Banana Whey Protein(which is incredible tasting, i prefer this over the egg whites but will on occasion use egg whites if I want a different source of protein ) or plain egg whites

    Put top on of course and Blend
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    Quote Originally Posted by smeton_yea View Post
    Put in Blender

    Two cups Oatmeal
    A banana
    2 Tbsp Natty PB
    and Banana Whey Protein(which is incredible tasting, i prefer this over the egg whites but will on occasion use egg whites if I want a different source of protein ) or plain egg whites

    Put top on of course and Blend

    which companies banana whey>? and what meal of the day is that for you?
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    I love this thread already. Every week I cook a ton of food and freeze it in tupperwares. Last night I got chicken breast, brown rice, whole wheat pasta, and veggies, and just combined variations of that in tupperwares, stuff em in the fridge, and you got a quick meal. Problem is I don't mix it up a whole lot. Oh, and don't forget Johnnies Seasoning. mmmm....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian5225 View Post
    I love this thread already. Every week I cook a ton of food and freeze it in tupperwares. Last night I got chicken breast, brown rice, whole wheat pasta, and veggies, and just combined variations of that in tupperwares, stuff em in the fridge, and you got a quick meal. Problem is I don't mix it up a whole lot. Oh, and don't forget Johnnies Seasoning. mmmm....

    you must have a big ****in fridge
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    Quote Originally Posted by smeton_yea View Post
    Put in Blender

    Two cups Oatmeal
    A banana
    2 Tbsp Natty PB
    and Banana Whey Protein(which is incredible tasting, i prefer this over the egg whites but will on occasion use egg whites if I want a different source of protein ) or plain egg whites

    Put top on of course and Blend
    Thanks bro, Im gonna try this asap. Are you referring to the egg whites in the little cartons or real separated egg whites?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pudzian2 View Post
    you must have a big ****in fridge
    Actually it is pretty big hehe. But I don't have much in my fridge besides milk, cheese, and the absolute essentials besides my meals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian5225 View Post
    Actually it is pretty big hehe. But I don't have much in my fridge besides milk, cheese, and the absolute essentials besides my meals.
    haha it makes it so much easier during the week to just grab and go
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    The flavor of the week for me....

    4-6oz 90/10 Sirloin
    1/2-1/3 cup Brown Rice (dry)
    4-6 spears Asparagus
    1t. EVOO

    I marinade the sirloin in soy sauce while the rice is cooking. Then I throw on a bit of Mrs. Dash SW chipolte seasoning and fry it up. I throw a touch more soy sauce in the pan and about 1/2 way thru cooking I throw in the chopped up asparagus.

    I dont think I'll get sick of this stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    The flavor of the week for me....

    4-6oz 90/10 Sirloin
    1/2-1/3 cup Brown Rice (dry)
    4-6 spears Asparagus
    1t. EVOO

    I marinade the sirloin in soy sauce while the rice is cooking. Then I throw on a bit of Mrs. Dash SW chipolte seasoning and fry it up. I throw a touch more soy sauce in the pan and about 1/2 way thru cooking I throw in the chopped up asparagus.

    I dont think I'll get sick of this stuff.

    NICE. this looks good. I did something similar with chicken a few weeks ago. Sirloin would probably be better.
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    Im so burnt out on chicken and sirloin is soooo yummy. I can get 5.5lbs at meijer for ~$16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    Im so burnt out on chicken and sirloin is soooo yummy. I can get 5.5lbs at meijer for ~$16

    yea man....steak=yum
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    Thats a really good price for sirloin. At least it is where I live. I cook about 5 lbs. of top round with just the right seasonings, weigh them, mark em and freeze em until I need a protein fix. Steak is so fkin good. I don't know how people can bodybuild and be vegetarians.
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    The funny thing is when I was a kid I absolutely hated all types of meat, steak, chicken, fish. You couldn't pay me to eat it. Now you couldn't pay me not to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    The funny thing is when I was a kid I absolutely hated all types of meat, steak, chicken, fish. You couldn't pay me to eat it. Now you couldn't pay me not to.

    I was the exact same way
  

  
 

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