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Wow new favorite simple food: ground chicken, o'brien potatoes or hashbrowns, Worcestershire sauce, chipotle Tabasco and salt/pepper. So simple, so good. Adjust potato/chicken ratio for macro needs. Add in some butter for fats.
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Sausage is $3.50/lb at whole foods this week, crazy cheap. I combined a lb of chorizo, a cup and a half of wild rice, a can of black beans and one of chick peas, some peppers, and an onion into a delicious and really easy protein bomb of a meal.

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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

Sausage is $3.50/lb at whole foods this week, crazy cheap. I combined a lb of chorizo, a cup and a half of wild rice, a can of black beans and one of chick peas, some peppers, and an onion into a delicious and really easy protein bomb of a meal.

I've been on a recent kick of homemade meatballs. Use Italian sausage and ground meat of your choice plus a bunch of random shit. Brown those suckers in skillet and toss into pot of marinara.

Speaking of, I have no problem rating the same meal for lunch and dinner for an entire week. Does anyone else do this? I made 2lbs of meatballs and ate that for Mon-Fri last week.
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Originally Posted by ellsbebc View Post

Speaking of, I have no problem rating the same meal for lunch and dinner for an entire week. Does anyone else do this? I made 2lbs of meatballs and ate that for Mon-Fri last week.

I usually make lunch for the week and have the same thing. Not sure if I could do both lunch and dinner. The main thing is it's gotta taste decent even after reheating.

I can't for the life of me choke down a dry plain microwaved reheated chicken breast.
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Originally Posted by ellsbebc View Post

I've been on a recent kick of homemade meatballs. Use Italian sausage and ground meat of your choice plus a bunch of random shit. Brown those suckers in skillet and toss into pot of marinara.

Speaking of, I have no problem rating the same meal for lunch and dinner for an entire week. Does anyone else do this? I made 2lbs of meatballs and ate that for Mon-Fri last week.

Yeah, I'm not picky at all. If I like something I could eat it indefinitely.
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How the fuck did you make 2lb of meat last for 5 days?


I have been eating a lot of puff pastry, chocolate bars and ice cream for my meals. Whey protein, oats and chocolate milk as my main source of proteins. It's exam time now so I can't really cook.
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Originally Posted by ellsbebc View Post

I've been on a recent kick of homemade meatballs. Use Italian sausage and ground meat of your choice plus a bunch of random shit. Brown those suckers in skillet and toss into pot of marinara.

Speaking of, I have no problem rating the same meal for lunch and dinner for an entire week. Does anyone else do this? I made 2lbs of meatballs and ate that for Mon-Fri last week.

I make a weeks worth of the same lunch. Right now it is spinach salad with salmon, tomatoes, avocado, almonds, and dried cranberries with olive oil and balsamic vinegar. It isn't particularly great but it hits all the numbers and doesn't take too long. The trick is packaging everything separately and combining right when you go to eat it.
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Originally Posted by sonick View Post

I usually make lunch for the week and have the same thing. Not sure if I could do both lunch and dinner. The main thing is it's gotta taste decent even after reheating.

I can't for the life of me choke down a dry plain microwaved reheated chicken breast.

I've been thinking about slow cooking chicken and using vinegar infused with hot peppers for a healthy, low sodium take on eastern Carolina style bbq.
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I like doing a big roast but cooking it a tad rare, so when it is reheated in the microwave at work it gets to a medium-rare and still moist.
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

How the fuck did you make 2lb of meat last for 5 days?

You don't need very much protein in a single meal. Something like 25-40g from a source with the complete amino acid profile (which is 100-200g of meat) is enough per meal to get the maximum protein synthesis. Also, 1g of protein per lbm should be enough per day (unless you're in a big defecit) according to studies.
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Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique View Post

Yeah, I'm not picky at all. If I like something I could eat it indefinitely.

I could eat meatballs, taco meat, and chicken for every meal. Might get bored of one after a few week an switch to another. Everyone would need gas masks with all that red meat consumption but I can deal with it.
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

How the fuck did you make 2lb of meat last for 5 days?


I have been eating a lot of puff pastry, chocolate bars and ice cream for my meals. Whey protein, oats and chocolate milk as my main source of proteins. It's exam time now so I can't really cook.

It was not my only source of meat/protein for the week. Sorry if I misled you. I typically eat at noon and again at 330pm in the office. Guess it's be better if I labeled the meatballs as lunch and pre-dinner. Real dinner is once I get home. It's all about convenience and efficiency when it comes to packing food for work.
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I'm dudlifting for 15 reps today too.

Only doubles for me today shog[1].gif
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Come on Fuji, take the extra second to set up that camera properly foo.gif

Charly or anyone else, any good videos/best tips for sumo DLs? I'm going to do a full cycle of only sumo as I'm very bad at them.
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I thought I set it up properly. I even did a little test video to see if I was in the frame. I moved a block across the gym to set it on so it wasn't on the floor. Will just ask someone next time. Pretty much every video i've posted where I filmed it myself comes out shit. The struggle is real.
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Originally Posted by virus646 View Post

Charly or anyone else, any good videos/best tips for sumo DLs? I'm going to do a full cycle of only sumo as I'm very bad at them.
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Anyone have a recommendation for a BCAA?
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