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post #16 of 36
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Originally Posted by Kid Nickels View Post

hmmm... that's interesting. I love cottage cheese but haven't been eating it much recently. usually sprinkle with a little fresh black pepper. what about Greek yogurts? My Fage is 130cal per serving and 23g protein, 0 fat.
btw... TKJTG, if you like yogurt I strongly recommend the Fage over Chobani... you can get it in big 1000g (35oz) tubs.
I know that yogurt has great health benefits and all, but it's another food that I cannot eat. Frozen, yes; but, unfrozen, no way.
post #17 of 36

Oh man, you have Special K Protein Plus?

They don't sell that in Canada. I'm thinking it would be a good complement to yogurt in the morning.

post #18 of 36
http://caloriecount.about.com/calories-octopus-common-i15230

Welcome to my usual go-to for quick protein.
post #19 of 36
Jerky.

Turkey Chili. (Trader Joes is good, but loaded with fat but Fresh Directs is awesome).
post #20 of 36
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post

Jerky.
Turkey Chili. (Trader Joes is good, but loaded with fat but Fresh Directs is awesome).

+1 for jerky of any kind! smile.gif
post #21 of 36
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http://caloriecount.about.com/calories-octopus-common-i15230
Welcome to my usual go-to for quick protein.

I never realized octopus had so much protein. Unfortunately, it's not available fresh in these parts, only frozen. frown.gif
post #22 of 36
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I never realized octopus had so much protein. Unfortunately, it's not available fresh in these parts, only frozen. frown.gif

octopus and squid both I believe.... high protein and low fat and calories (as long as you don't batter and fry the shit out of it! smile.gif)
post #23 of 36
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http://caloriecount.about.com/calories-octopus-common-i15230
Welcome to my usual go-to for quick protein.

Wow! Looks like a miracle food!
post #24 of 36
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Originally Posted by EvanM View Post

Oh man, you have Special K Protein Plus?

They don't sell that in Canada. I'm thinking it would be a good complement to yogurt in the morning.


You could also do Kashi GOLEAN

 

post #25 of 36
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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post


Wow! Looks like a miracle food!


for real, wish i had that around.

 

for high protein/low cal my go to foods are cottage cheese (12g/100cal), broccoli (3g/25cal), canned tuna and salmon (not sure ratio but very high protein).  Also some veggie burgers are very high in protein. Great thread idea!

post #26 of 36
Speaking of miracle foods: quinoa has an absurd amount of protein and is essentially a healthy carb substitute.
post #27 of 36
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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post

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Special K Protein Plus Cereal. As far as cereals go, this is the best I've found for weighttraining. One serving has 100 calories and a nice 10g of protein.
This is good stuff. I now have it for breakfast instead of the cereal I used to eat.
post #28 of 36
I've always loved Special K. I have some mixed half and half with Cheerios right now... add blueberries, strawberries and almonds and that's breakfast.
post #29 of 36
+1 on the quinoa. In the same vein - lentils. You can get some low sodium lentil soups that are delish!
post #30 of 36
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I've always loved Special K. I have some mixed half and half with Cheerios right now... add blueberries, strawberries and almonds and that's breakfast.
I add blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and slices of banana to mine. Good early morning eating. Yum.
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