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Old 05-18-04, 05:24 PM
Bouncer's Tuna Mush
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Ok this one might not sound that good but you should try it.

Ingrediants:

(Mix all of this into a big bowl)

1. Can of tuna

2. 3/4 cup Dry oatmeal

3. 2 Tbsp Hot Sauce

4. 1 Tbsp Balsamic Vinegar

5. 2 Egg Whites (Raw)

6. Half a Bell Pepper Cut into pieces

(Ok now the next ingredient is what gives this dish its flavor. It might not sound great but all mixed together its good! Plus you only need a little bit.)

7. Thin Slice of Bleu Cheese crumbled up into pieces (Real Bleu Cheese, not the dressing)

8. Few dashes of pepper


Mush all of this together with your hands until its a nice "mush" lol.

Put into Microwave for 1 minute.

Thats it!

45 grams Protein
30 grams Complex Carbs
4 grams Fat

I eat this pretty much everyday in order to get the amount of cals I need while still eating clean.

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tuna mush....lmao...I'll give it shot...anything is better then the same ol' thing, at this point.
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Sounds interesting. I make something similar without the oatmeal and cheese and baked instead of nuked. Yours is much faster.
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Sounds interesting. I make something similar without the oatmeal and cheese and baked instead of nuked. Yours is much faster.
Ya, Its all about speed. Sometimes its nice to cook a big meal but most of the time people dont want to take 45min to make something ya know. Try it puddles, tell me what you think. Thinking of opening up a "Health/Fitness" Restuarant sometime in the future. I would actually like to open it up in Miami though. More people into the whole fitness lifestyle down there. problly more buisness down there then up here.
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Old 05-18-04, 05:57 PM
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I'll try it...need to pick up some blue cheese first. I cheat with the peppers, I buy them already chopped and frozen in bags. Same thing with onions and mushrooms. This way when I don't get to the store for fresh, I at least have frozen.

The restuarant sounds like a fantastic idea. If you need someone to taste test, let me know.
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Sounds gross, but I bet it's delicious!!
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Old 06-15-04, 11:17 PM
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I sent this recipe to my mother and she says it's "FANTASTIC" and she's adding it into her favorites. She doesn't do spicey so she omitted the hot sauce and she used feta cheese instead of blue.

Thanks, Bouncer.
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Old 06-18-04, 04:35 PM
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I sent this recipe to my mother and she says it's "FANTASTIC" and she's adding it into her favorites. She doesn't do spicey so she omitted the hot sauce and she used feta cheese instead of blue.

Thanks, Bouncer.
feta would be good also. i will have to try that.
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Old 06-23-04, 10:04 PM
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I've just been taking a can of tuna, toss it in a pan, add a little bread crumbs, parm cheese and cajun seasoning....brown and eat!!
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Old 06-25-04, 04:47 AM
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Eating it right now, except i made it without the bell pepper. Absoulutly delicious, i used a can of chilli tomato flavored tuna instead so mine is pretty hot but i like it that way.
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Eating it right now, except i made it without the bell pepper. Absoulutly delicious, i used a can of chilli tomato flavored tuna instead so mine is pretty hot but i like it that way.
Ya I like spicey food also. I will have to try it that way also.
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Old 09-15-04, 01:08 PM
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Where do you get flavored Tuna like that?
It probably comes from a mexican tuna. LOL. Seriously, i've never seen flavored tuna. :confused:
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Alright so I just tried this and I must say, it sounds nasty but that sh*t is GOOOOOODDD!! I'm sure my girl will cringe when I tell her about it but f*ck that, it's good... Not sure if it's a great meal to eat two hours before bed but I don't feel like actually cooking.

I had to alter the ingredients a little though. I used

1 can of Tuna (only had tuna in oil)
3/4 dry oats
2 tbsp hot sauce
NO Balsamic Vinegar - didn't have any
2 egg whites Raw
No Bell peppers
dash of pepper and salt
1 tbsp Carb Well Bleu Cheese dressing (didn't have actualy bleu cheese)

Very tasty and a pretty good meal for office workers like myself....
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I know this is an old post, but I have eaten this twice and its great. The first time I put too much tobasco, and it was too tangy.The next time I used a cajun worcestershire and it was just right. Going to add this one to my every day list. Also tried it with salmon its just as good. Thanks for the idea.
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I know this is an old post, but I have eaten this twice and its great. The first time I put too much tobasco, and it was too tangy.The next time I used a cajun worcestershire and it was just right. Going to add this one to my every day list. Also tried it with salmon its just as good. Thanks for the idea.
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Old 06-21-05, 04:01 PM
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gotta say it looked like ass when i was making it, but eating it now is awesome, thanks man!
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I agree with mindstar there it looks awful, but its tasty and really easy to have as an emergancy meal at work.
THE BOUNCER >>> Im a bit curious on how you came up with the idea for this meal? i would never have thought of mixing these ingredients, and thanks for a great recepie.
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I agree with mindstar there it looks awful, but its tasty and really easy to have as an emergancy meal at work.
THE BOUNCER >>> Im a bit curious on how you came up with the idea for this meal? i would never have thought of mixing these ingredients, and thanks for a great recepie.
When you have been eating clean like I have for so long. You start having a sence of what might be good and what might not. I mix weird shit together all the time to see if it will work. Most of them time they come out shitty. lol
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Old 08-02-05, 09:42 AM
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Went and bought all the ingredients last night, never ate tuna in my life, mom looked at me like I was crazy when I told her what was in it, at it for breakfast this morning........HOLY SHIT, I found a way to eat tuna. Damn bouncer you have a hell of a recipe with this one.

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Went and bought all the ingredients last night, never ate tuna in my life, mom looked at me like I was crazy when I told her what was in it, at it for breakfast this morning........HOLY SHIT, I found a way to eat tuna. Damn bouncer you have a hell of a recipe with this one.

Anymore recipes that would be easy to take on the go if you're at work or school all day?
glad you liked it bro. you never ate tuna before?
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Anymore recipes that would be easy to take on the go if you're at work or school all day?

Try his recipe for the tuna patties. That ones real good also.
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I can't believe I waited so long to try this--it's awesome! I always just my eat my tuna cans and deal with it but I had some free time this weekend and decided to try a bunch of recipes on here. This is a repeat for sure-the blue cheese and hot sauce (tabasco) really work surprisingly well!
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I think that's a great idea. I would open it in Palm Beach, but that's just so I can go there to eat. I wish there were more places that really sold good for you food down here. You know what really shocks me? I don't expect resturaunts to know how much protein/fat/carbs are in their food. But I have been to a few gyms down here (ok, they were girly pansy gyms, but still!) that don't know how much protien is in their shakes!

We need you down here, although I don't know how I feel about the tuna mush! I will try it though, I love tuna anyway.

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Ya, Its all about speed. Sometimes its nice to cook a big meal but most of the time people dont want to take 45min to make something ya know. Try it puddles, tell me what you think. Thinking of opening up a "Health/Fitness" Restuarant sometime in the future. I would actually like to open it up in Miami though. More people into the whole fitness lifestyle down there. problly more buisness down there then up here.
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Just tried this recipe - the only thing I altered was the cheese. I used Krafts new crumbled Meditterranean blend (provolone, feta, parmesan). Wow, this stuff is REALLY good!
Props to you Bouncer!
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Ya, Its all about speed. Sometimes its nice to cook a big meal but most of the time people dont want to take 45min to make something ya know. Try it puddles, tell me what you think. Thinking of opening up a "Health/Fitness" Restuarant sometime in the future. I would actually like to open it up in Miami though. More people into the whole fitness lifestyle down there. problly more buisness down there then up here.
You should open a restaurant. Ever been to or heard about THE PUMP, it is located in NYC, I believe around 54th or 56th, have to think about the cross street. They have some good stuff that is all healthy, try it next time you are there.
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Im going to make these babies tonight!
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This recipe sucks ass. I like trippers quick calorie bulker. LOL
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I just ate this, minus the blue cheese and bell pepper. Still, I was pleasantly surprised.
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I just ate this, minus the blue cheese and bell pepper. Still, I was pleasantly surprised.
good to hear bro.
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going to get blue cheese tonight. I have to try this....
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Ok this one might not sound that good but you should try it.

Ingrediants:

(Mix all of this into a big bowl)

1. Can of tuna

2. 3/4 cup Dry oatmeal

3. 2 Tbsp Hot Sauce

4. 1 Tbsp Balsamic Vinegar

5. 2 Egg Whites (Raw)

6. Half a Bell Pepper Cut into pieces

(Ok now the next ingredient is what gives this dish its flavor. It might not sound great but all mixed together its good! Plus you only need a little bit.)

7. Thin Slice of Bleu Cheese crumbled up into pieces (Real Bleu Cheese, not the dressing)

8. Few dashes of pepper


Mush all of this together with your hands until its a nice "mush" lol.

Put into Microwave for 1 minute.

Thats it!

45 grams Protein
30 grams Complex Carbs
4 grams Fat

I eat this pretty much everyday in order to get the amount of cals I need while still eating clean.
hey guys.. just askin?? can you really taste the oats? looks good.
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hey guys.. just askin?? can you really taste the oats? looks good.

You can taste the oats but it doesn't taste like oatmeal. I leave out the bell pepper but otherwise this is actually really good.
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You can taste the oats but it doesn't taste like oatmeal. I leave out the bell pepper but otherwise this is actually really good.
ok thanks..well give it a shot. thanks bouncer.

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bump. Awesome recipe
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bump. Awesome recipe



Agree - haven't made in a long time.
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Agree - haven't made in a long time.
No me either. will get some blu cheese and do it on the weekend.
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No me either. will get some blu cheese and do it on the weekend.


I don't like bleu cheese, but I used feta I think.
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Man I have been eating tuna daily now for months - I'm def giving this a whirl, I dunno how much more tuna and tabasco alone I can handle lol.
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Man I have been eating tuna daily now for months - I'm def giving this a whirl, I dunno how much more tuna and tabasco alone I can handle lol.
haha, let us know how you like it.

i havent made this in years.
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haha, let us know how you like it.

i havent made this in years.
I'm no cook, but I will make it and eat it regardless, can't be worse than the apple cider vinegar - my god help me on that shit.
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I haven't made this in forever! I need to make this again.

I used red wine vinegar instead of balsamic, and feta cheese instead of bleu.
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I actually just cooked this up w/my chicken and salmon for the last 3 meals - I'll let ya know what I think B, warning tho anything past the foreman grill and I normally start having trouble lol.
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good stuff - I also used feta, just what I had to use - seriously anything is a nice break right now, I don't want ot know how the hell you decided to throw that shit in a bowel tho bro ... looked like satans shit mush - tasted nice tho
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just did a variation of this.

little simpler.

2 cans of tuna:

3/4 cup raw oats:

2 egg whites:

3-4 tbsp franks hot sauce:

1 tbsp balsamic:

dash or 2 of garlic powder:

dash or 2 of onion powder:

dash or 2 of pepper:

mash is all together evenly with your hands and separate into 2 patties and place on plate. microwave for 1 minute on each side.

sort of taste like a bodybuilders crab cake.

not bad if you are eating clean.
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Sounds gross...lol....Microwave???
yup.

im not saying it will impress people like you who think panerra bread is eating clean.

but compared to chicken and rice all the fucken time its a nice change.
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much tastier than the tuna shakes I've been drinking lately..... Tuna, milk, blend, resist the urge to gag.
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