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  1. For those of you who miss mashed potatoe


    Mashed Cauliflower

    1 head of Cauliflower
    Knob of butter
    Dash of cream
    Salt and pepper to season
    Small handfull of grated cheese.

    Sorry for the funky measurements but it's pretty basic and how much of each you use is up to you and your diet.

    Trim Cauliflower and give it a good rinse. Chop up and steam untill soft. Add butter, cream and cheese then mash untill at desired consistency. Season with salt and pepper.

    This really tastes like mashed potatoe. For an even yummier finish if your diet allows chop up 1 or 2 rashers of bacon, fry it untill crisp and add it too the mash before serving..


  2. <P class=byline>By Hal Walter
    <P class=text>It's late winter, and while the days are getting longer it's not exactly what you'd call "salad days." The season cries out for a crunchy and hearty winter salad that's rich in vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients.
    <P class=text>Here's a list of possible winter salad ingredients:
    <BLOCKQUOTE>
    <P class=text>Shredded Green Cabbage
    Shredded Red or Green Kale
    Shredded Carrot
    Minced Red Onion
    Chopped Apple
    Chopped Parsley
    Chopped Cilantro
    Apple-Cider Vinegar
    Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
    Sea Salt
    Crushed Red Pepper
    Natural Mayonnaise
    <P class=text>The larger portions of ingredients should be green cabbage and kale.
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  3. Originally posted by dez/null
    ***WARDOG'S PROTEIN BAR MIX***

    #1 Here is the recipe:

    16 ounces Natural peanut butter
    8 tablespoons honey
    six scoops of Optimum Chocolate whey protein
    powder
    1 cup of uncooked oatmeal

    !
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    TANK YOU
    Just made some. Awesome!!!!!
  4. pizza crust


    this is a pizza crust i have made quite often... i found it on that other place a while back... i usually make 4 at once and freeze them.

    1 cup whole wheat flour
    1/2 cup light parm. cheese
    1 egg
    and some water.... however much it takes to make it feel right usually about 1/2 cup

    mix crap together and cook for 15 min @ 350

    put on sauce/toppings cook another 15 min
  5. Turkey Meatloaf


    Give this one a shot!

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    2 tablespoons butter or margarine
    1 cup chopped onion
    3 cloves garlic, minced
    1.25lb pakage of ground turkey
    1/2 cup fresh bread crumbs
    1 large egg
    3/4 cup ketchup
    2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
    3/4 teaspoon salt
    1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

    Heat oven to 350 degrees. Melt butter in a small skillet over medium-high heat. Add onion and garlic; cook 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Transfer mixture to a large bowl; cool 5 minutes.

    Add turkey, bread crumbs, egg, 1/4 cup ketchup, Worcestershire, salt and pepper to onion mixture; mix well. Pack into an 8x4-inch loaf pan. Spread remaining 1/2 cup ketchup over top. Bake for 50 to 55 minutes or until no longer pink in center and internal temperature of loaf reaches 165 degrees. Let stand at room temperature 5 minutes before slicing. Makes 5 servings.

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    Per serving: 243 cals, 30g of protein, 16g of carbs, 7g of fat.
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  6. Talking My Super Meal Recipe


    i posted this on bb.com forums a while ago...i was very proud of it at the time so i thought i would share my masterpiece with you guys ...... you may want 2 split it in two and make them two seperate meals as there is quite a lot of protein in it.....

    My Super Meal Recipe
    100g pasta
    1 chicken breast
    1 can of tuna
    2 egg whites
    italian salad
    mayonaise
    black pepper
    casears salad dressing

    grill the chicken (foreman if you have one) and then put in the fridge to cool down, then boil 100g of pasta along with 2 eggs, then prepare the tuna by taking 1 small can and mixing it with some mayonaise, take the chicken out the fridge and cut it into small strips and sprinkle it with black pepper, put some salad in a bowl and throw in the chicken pieces and the tuna... then drain the water from the pasta and cut up the egg whites into pieces and throw them in the bowl aswell... mix the pasta with a bit of butter and black pepper and put that in the bowl aswell... to top it off add some caesaers salad dressing and mix it all up,

    this will provide you with

    protein - 85g
    carbs - 70
    fats - 10
    total kcals - 706
  7. PROTEIN Tuna


    Here's one everyone probably knows,
    and it's pretty simple

    4 Cans of Tuna
    6 spoons of Fat Free Mayo (or regular for ketoers) //actually the mayo not needed but its way better with it.
    10 egg white // or the whole dozen if you want

    It makes a lot of servings... depending on how much you eat
    the whole batch contains about

    1000+ calories
    8 Grams of Fat
    16 Grams of Carbs
    205!!! Grams of Protein!

    (the Mayo adds 2 grams of fat and 12 grams of carbs)

    and with the whole dozen of egg whites
    1044 Cals
    8 Grams of Fat
    17 Grams of Carbs
    212 Grams of Protein

    very general recipe, can add delete more cans blah blah, but this is generally how i make it, its very cheap and lasts a while.

    later
  8. Re: PROTEIN Tuna


    Originally posted by Havok

    205!!! Grams of Protein!
    you know your body is going to excrete most of that if you have it at all at once

  9. NO WAY would I or COULD I eat that much
    its over a thousand calories, as well.
    I said it makes lots of servings

    I don't even eat it all in one day
    I think it would make me
  10. Re: PROTEIN Tuna


    Originally posted by Havok
    Here's one everyone probably knows,
    and it's pretty simple

    4 Cans of Tuna
    6 spoons of Fat Free Mayo (or regular for ketoers) //actually the mayo not needed but its way better with it.
    10 egg white // or the whole dozen if you want

    It makes a lot of servings... depending on how much you eat
    the whole batch contains about

    1000+ calories
    8 Grams of Fat
    16 Grams of Carbs
    205!!! Grams of Protein!

    (the Mayo adds 2 grams of fat and 12 grams of carbs)

    and with the whole dozen of egg whites
    1044 Cals
    8 Grams of Fat
    17 Grams of Carbs
    212 Grams of Protein

    very general recipe, can add delete more cans blah blah, but this is generally how i make it, its very cheap and lasts a while.

    later
    ?
    ok i feel stupid what the hell did u just make

  11. tuna salad, looks like

  12. This one is not really a "recipe" but here goes. Mix approximately 2 parts of cottage cheese with 1 part canned tuna. Add some cajun seasoning, Tony Chachere's, or salsa or picante. I actually enjoy the taste. Oftentimes, I will eat this right b/4 bed. It's cheap, easy, and a good source of protein.

    I will try to add more "complex" recipes in the future.

  13. good one labrad.. cholula in there, I'm tellin ya... goood ****....

  14. Post workout shake:
    1-1.5 cups 1% milk
    1/2 cup oats
    1-2tbs instant pudding mix (your choice) I use banana
    1 banana
    2 scoops whey
    ice cream or ice cubes can also be added

    Bed time shake:
    1 cup 1% milk
    1/3 cup skim milk powder
    1 tbs phsillium husks (i use metamucil orange)
    1-2 tbs natty PB or flax oil
    1 scoop whey

    Other good snacks incude:
    1-1.5 cups fat free cottage cheese mixed with about 1/2 cup canned peaches

    or 1-1.5 cups cottage cheese mixed with about 1/2 cup apple sauce.

  15. Is it just me. I can't read Draven's or dez post. It's just a lot of computer formular.
  16. Talking


    Simple everyday Meal

    4 to 6 Lettuce
    1/2 cup Cottage cheese
    1/2 can Chicken or 1 can tuna

    Just add some of the chicken or tuna to the a lettuce cover with cottage cheese wrap it with the lettuce and eat.

    49.5 Protein
    8.75 Fat
    6 Carbs

  17. Originally posted by New Body
    Simple everyday Meal

    4 to 6 Lettuce
    1/2 cup Cottage cheese
    1/2 can Chicken or 1 can tuna

    Just add some of the chicken or tuna to the a lettuce cover with cottage cheese wrap it with the lettuce and eat.

    49.5 Protein
    8.75 Fat
    6 Carbs
    im sorry man, but that sounds ass. (ha) Sage

  18. Originally posted by New Body
    Is it just me. I can't read Draven's or dez post. It's just a lot of computer formular.
    Same here. It's in html/css. That's why. The boards don't have html code on.

  19. Oliveaise (Olive Oil Mayonaise)

    This is good alternative to your standards mayonaisse. We know all know how good that olive oil is.



    1/2 olive oil
    1/2 cup of eggwhites
    tbs. Guar or Xanthan Gum
    tbs. Garlic powder
    Water - start with a cup, gradually add more for desired thickness


    Mix all ingredients, except for the water and mix with a hand blender, gradually add water.

    I dont know the macronutrient breakdown but I am sure it would be close to cals w/ mayonaise, but w/ a better monosaturate ratio.

    _AJ

  20. Nothing to contribute - I'm a bad cook :-( but does your mayo taste the same as real mayo?

  21. Originally posted by Sean
    Nothing to contribute - I'm a bad cook :-( but does your mayo taste the same as real mayo?
    I think it taste better, but it does come close. I just think that it needs to be a bit creamier.

  22. Easy Tuna:
    1 Packet (48g protein) Solid White Tuna
    2 Spoonfulls of Sweet Relish
    2 Spoonfulls of Fat-Free Miracle Whip
    Mix, stir, and eat.

  23. Originally posted by sbass0317
    Easy Tuna:
    1 Packet (48g protein) Solid White Tuna
    2 Spoonfulls of Sweet Relish
    2 Spoonfulls of Fat-Free Miracle Whip
    Mix, stir, and eat.
    I also like
    1 can/packet Tuna
    1-2 teaspoons Dill Relish
    Tabasco to taste.

    Mix

    It's my current quickie meal favorite.(although I get nagged if I forget to throw the can into the outside trash)
  24. NE1
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    BEEF JERKY


    making beef jerky is pretty easy.
    What ya need:

    3lbs flank steak or similiar.
    1/3 cup whorecestershire
    1/3 soy
    pepper
    Liquid smoke (optional)

    The soy is what makes it taste salty. I recommend splitting the amounts up and mixing different amounts till you find the taste you like.

    Simply slice the beef up as thin as you can. (or get the butcher to)
    Mix the stuff together marinate in a ziplock back over night
    (Youll need 4 pans to do this much beef at once...)
    Place aluminum foil across bottom of pan (easier cleanup later)
    Place a bakers rack in the pans, and spread the meat across the bakers rack.
    Set oven to its lowest setting, (warm, around 125-200). Prop oven open with a knife (lets moisture out) and bake for 3-6 hours. Time depends on how thin you sliced it, how hot your oven is, so you just gotta watch it.

    It takes a few times to get the taste you want, but youll be glad you did.
    One of the best snacks i can think of.

  25. Something quick and real good.

    Buy some ground turkey fry it up in a pan with some extra virgin olive oil,sprinkle garlic salt and pepper w/Romano cheese you will love it.

    If you want to make an omlette just add 3 scrambled eggs and you have a high protien low card meal....

  26. Originally posted by MaDmaN
    Something quick and real good.

    Buy some ground turkey fry it up in a pan with some extra virgin olive oil,sprinkle garlic salt and pepper w/Romano cheese you will love it.

    If you want to make an omlette just add 3 scrambled eggs and you have a high protien low card meal....

    Ahh yes.. the chef speaks.. ehhe... wut up my brutha!

  27. Chicken Breasts w/ Stewed Tomatoes

    This is just a simple, and quick way to make chicken I came up with if you are short for time. I make this at work all the time.

    What you need:
    *2-4 chicken breasts (boneless/skinless).
    *1 can of stewed tomatoes (I use the jalapeno flavored).

    There are two ways you can prepare this. Stove top or in the oven.

    Stove Top Method:
    Brown the chicken breasts in a pot using olive oil. Add the stewed tomatoes and simmer for about 20 minutes. Serve over brown rice or pasta, or eat alone. (You can add seasoning of choice during cooking, or after).

    Oven Method:
    Place the chicken breasts and stewed tomatoes in a glass casserole dish, then into a 350 degree oven for approximately 40 minutes. Serve over brown rice or pasta, or eat alone.

    This can be served over brown rice, pasta, or by itself. You can add seasoning of choice during cooking, or after. Sliced onions in the oven version are good to add.

  28. Easy Tuna Casserole:

    This is a tuna casserole that is easy and quick to make...even if you can't cook. It's a good post-workout meal.

    What you need:
    *2-4 cans of tuna.
    *1 can of peas.
    *1 cup of salad macaroni (pasta).
    *Jack and Cheddar cheeses.

    Preperation:
    Boil pasta until done but firm. Drain and add to a 8x8 glass casserole dish. Drain tuna and peas and mix into the pasta. Grate the cheese (or buy the already grated) and mix. Place in a 350 degree oven for approximately 15-20 minutes, or until the cheese is nice and melted.

    If desired, you can add chopped onions and/or seasonings. I find that it's good just as is. Very simple and tasty.

  29. Breakfast Burreto

    2 Whole Eggs
    2 Egg Whites
    1 Chicken Breast Cubed
    2 Whole Wheat Tortillas
    Salsa to taste
    1/2 Cup No Fat Cottage Cheese

  30. Breakfast Burrito:

    Candle got me hungry after reading his post. These are easy to make, and you can eat them on the go. Make several in advance, wrap them in plastic wrap, pop them in the micro. and you're set.

    * 5 egg whites
    * 1 whole egg
    * 1 tortilla (large)
    * Cheese (I like using Pepper Jack or cheddar)
    * Hot sauce or salsa (La Victoria Hot Salsa or good ol' Tabasco)
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