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Old 05-08-16, 09:42 PM
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It's fair to say I like this flavor, look how much I already used to dip my chicken, like a nice sweet sauce Gotta add some variety for the monotony, VERY GOOD!!!

I don't think adding something this small is THAT detrimental unless doing a show and even then, I'm sure it's fine. When you have your eating and training nailed, this minimal stuff IMO isn't bad.

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Old 05-09-16, 06:57 AM
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Alright here we go...

I wanted to post some pics of what I eat on the weekend since it is more exciting than my diet during the week. During the week it's basically the same thing every day.

6am Here's my breakfast almost every morning (week and weekends). 6 egg whites 2 whole eggs. Oatmeal: 1/2 cup of rolled oats, sprinkle chopped pecans, small handful raisins & rasberries. I make the oatmeal with water so it comes out dry then add 1/2 cup of almond milk. The pic below is before I add the almond milk.


10am 93% lean beef, potatoes, sliced carrots with hot sauce


1pm 2 cans of tuna 1/2 an avocado & oatmeal (this is what my oatmeal looks like after I add the almond milk)


3pm 3 red beat eggs & greek yogurt (the greek yogurt is more of a treat than anything - really helps if I'm craving something sweet)



6pm chicken & fillet kabobs on the grill
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Old 05-09-16, 07:05 AM
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Every Sunday I make all my chicken and brown rice for the work week. I marinate the chicken overnight in itailian dressing:


Next day grill all the chicken


Put the chicken in a large tupperware container


cook all my brown rice in a rice cooker and put in a large tupperware container


Weigh out all my chicken and rice (7oz chicken & 4oz brown rice) and put in containers for my work week
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Old 05-09-16, 07:07 AM
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Any of you guys use this stuff for shakes, oatmeal, ect...
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Old 05-09-16, 07:36 AM
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Now that's what I'm talking about yea chad
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Old 05-09-16, 07:50 AM
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gave me a few ideas thanks chad. how do you do the eggs? like whats the process on making those?
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Old 05-09-16, 07:58 AM
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gave me a few ideas thanks chad. how do you do the eggs? like whats the process on making those?
Nothing special man. I crack all the eggs into the pan and mix it up. Cut them into 4 pieces so I can flip them. A lot of times I'll also throw in some fresh spinach. And I also top with hot sauce.
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Old 05-09-16, 08:02 AM
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Nothing special man. I crack all the eggs into the pan and mix it up. Cut them into 4 pieces so I can flip them. Nothing special man. A lot of times I'll also throw in some fresh spinach. And I also top with hot sauce.
Hey retard, I'm talking about the red best eggs. how you do em?
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Old 05-09-16, 08:11 AM
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i also like the idea of the carrots in the dry lean beef to add moister and texture. gonna start doing that.

this is why I like when people post pics of their meals. everyone has seen me and rado's food so it's a bit old now. but people like chadd who assume their shit is boring and never post pics, well guess what, i now have a few new ideas to add to my diet.
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Old 05-09-16, 08:14 AM
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Damn Chad. All that looks good. Thanks for contributing
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Old 05-09-16, 08:20 AM
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Any of you guys use this stuff for shakes, oatmeal, ect...
whats the calorie breakdown and ingredients? what im getting at is why not just use regular PB? that stuff is probably more expensive with "added" ingredients to keep it in fresh powder form.
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Old 05-09-16, 09:08 AM
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Hey retard, I'm talking about the red best eggs. how you do em?
lol haha

No idea, my wife makes these for me. I love them though. I can ask her.
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Old 05-09-16, 09:14 AM
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whats the calorie breakdown and ingredients? what im getting at is why not just use regular PB? that stuff is probably more expensive with "added" ingredients to keep it in fresh powder form.
It makes it easy to add to shakes when I don't feel like using a blender.



It's expensive on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/BetterBody-Foo.../dp/B00RKO8ZYW but I got mine at BJ's for $10.
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Old 05-14-16, 05:50 PM
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I make 1 gallon of this ED for us. Water and coffee becomes redundant lol

no sugar, nothing added.

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Old 05-14-16, 05:55 PM
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Mustard crusted baked chicken with spices. Safron rice and avocado.

This meal is high cal, high protein & mod fat(avocado)

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Old 05-14-16, 06:05 PM
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I do like to use different sauces because of the redundancy of eating chicken 99% of the time. I do use it sparingly, well at times

But this was VERY good. :thumb:

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Old 05-14-16, 06:12 PM
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Nice crisp to the chicken and very dry, how I like it. High cal diet for sure. The Yuca in itself has more cals than the chicken and veggies combined. If anyone has not had this, you gotta try it. The yuca was tossed around in a bowl with spices and veggies just had S&P.

Yuca link..... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cassava

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Old 05-14-16, 07:21 PM
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Some awesome ideas I'm now going to incorporate into my meals. I'm prepping for the week tomorrow so I will post some pics of my process.
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Old 05-15-16, 01:53 PM
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Made my chicken a little different. Added some hot sauce and a pinch of old bay. The hot sauce on the sweet potato alone made it tasty.

It's 6oz of chicken cut up and quarter of a large sweet potato






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Old 05-15-16, 02:27 PM
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Texas Pete some good stuff! Nice pics bro..
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Old 05-18-16, 02:53 PM
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5 lbs of chicken breast marinating in habanero sauce. Make ya sweat while you eat burn more cals.

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Old 05-23-16, 08:11 PM
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When on the road and don't have time, I still keep it clean. This was a snack though; fucking thing didn't do shit for me but make me more hungry...no sauce!

yes that's panera, they serve good food

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Old 05-23-16, 08:22 PM
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tools needed for happy belly operation

grilled chicken in cast iron to make super crispy, check!
sweet potatoes, check!
cabbage leafs, check!
cutting board, check!
knife, check!

chicken crispy where it taste like it's fried...you can even see the thickness of the crisp, sprayed with coco oil and seasons? simple stuff...salt and pepper

now it's time to devour, all of it:pig:
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Old 05-23-16, 08:26 PM
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this was my dinner just about an hour ago. i ate all of it. while maintaining, i eat more and definitely more carbs to stay lean and keeping my weight. weird because when ON, I try not to do carbs(100g max), i do high fat/pro type meals.

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Old 05-23-16, 08:29 PM
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I did add some red pepper flakes. it's simple, delicious and effective in more ways than one for anyone wanting to bulk, cut, etc...
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Old 05-25-16, 12:07 PM
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Been marinating some lean beef for 24 hours in mesquite seasoning and a Carne marinade. Gonna slow cook in Crock-Pot and serve over rice and sautéed onions & tomatoes.

Something different from my typical meals.

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Old 05-26-16, 01:15 PM
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After pics? /\ how was it b?
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Old 05-26-16, 02:29 PM
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Will post tonight. ;)
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Old 05-26-16, 04:41 PM
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Old 05-27-16, 08:38 AM
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A pic doesn't do justice sometimes. Just looks like a pile of meat. But God damn was it tender and flavorful.

My suggestion for guys on budget. Look for tough cuts of meat on sale, marinade the bitch for days and stab it with a knife about 50 times to get the flavor of the marinade in there. Finally slow cook in Crock-Pot for 12 hours and you'll have a cheap lean tough cut transformed into something more tender than fillet Mignon.

Ended up cooking it with potatoes instead of rice.

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Old 05-27-16, 06:50 PM
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Another one marinating. This one is orange juice, teriyaki sauce, wine, and mesquite seasoning.

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Old 06-02-16, 09:28 PM
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Made this shake this morning in addition to meal 1. It's 1 scoop of Whey Protein, 3 small pieces of fruit (watermelon, black seedless cherries, and strawberries), and some ice. Blended it up in my nutribullet and slammed it down. The chocolate protein adds a lot of flavor. Fuck ice cream and desserts. Next time I get a craving I'm making this and maybe adding some equal if I really want it sweet

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Old 06-04-16, 04:05 PM
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10lbs chicken marinating for this week. Sage, tumeric, bouillon powder, pepper and some citrus marinade.

Key to marinating a firm muscle like chicken breast is poking holes in the breast other wise only a tiny bit of flavor penetrates.

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Old 06-06-16, 04:56 PM
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About 2 or 3 of us on here eat clean, or so it seems that way. Or we have some lazy motherfuckers who won't post and I'd like to think that instead
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Old 06-06-16, 07:58 PM
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healthy, delicious and cost efficient, it's redundant folks I get it, but it works those little hot dogs are my extra fat/cal intake. I need my fats in this meal and sodium.

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Old 06-06-16, 08:09 PM
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Buying it yourself and prepping it costs way less than the containers they sell at the grocery store.


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Bouncer what do you use to post your pics? I like imgur but they always end up super big on this board.
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I do the Paleo diet so it's pretty basic but here are the swordfish steaks I made tonight. Probably my favorite fish!

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Old 06-06-16, 09:43 PM
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Yea that's good stuff. Haven't had in awhile.
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Good stuff frank. That's about $60+ of food right there! I use to eat that about twice a month. Expensive but damn good fish.
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Old 06-07-16, 09:31 AM
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rado why you got cheese doodles in the baggies? kidding.

the fruit in the jars look good. are you canning them for later use? like sealing them i mean?
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Old 06-07-16, 09:35 AM
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Yea bro lol...basically we buy fruit and slice it all up...pineapple, apples, etc....we then get mason jars and put away. That will last about 4 to 5 days and then repeat with other type fruit....I'll post more of the different fruits....we get papaya, mango, grapefruit, all of the good stuff....it cost 3 bucks for a little bucket of cut up fruit at most good grocery stores while I can buy an entire cantaloupe for the same and yields way much more.
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i meant sealing them. my mom used to get jars like that and seal fruit and veggies for the winter months. they will last years. you have to put the jars in boiling water and then sit in cold water or some shit but the end results is a sealed jar like you'd find in the grocery store.
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Yeah we eat them fairly quick. I'm not into putting shit away, feed me now son
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Meal 5 prepped for 6:30pm 7oz of chicken cooked in Texas Pete's Hot Sauce and asparagus.

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Your consistent with these meals Dana? Day in day out 7 days a week? Or do you kinda eat a clean meal once a month?
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Not consistent 7days a week, but 5 days instead
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Old 06-08-16, 04:24 PM
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He's a good guy and I've always liked him, I fuck with him quite a bit.

But let's be honest and serious here....homz needs a full blown(no pun)out remake.

IMHO if you're anywhere near eating clean, he shouldn't have those types of hands. Again, good guy and I know he'd take this as a friend giving good advice.

But dna, come on bro...you definitely can do better or no?
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