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Old 11-07-2013, 07:51 PM   #11
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Eggs, oatmeal

protein shake, rice cakes

chicken brown rice

chicken brown rice

protein shake, bagel

steak and eggs
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Old 11-07-2013, 07:54 PM   #12
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I like cooking, but something had to give in recent times.

Have been getting into what amounts to stews, most of all. Hawt chili, navarin of lamb, etc., etc. Reason being, I can load up on cheap meat, and also, I find that things like stew varieties are very easy to eat a lot of. I am generally speaking not a huge fan of really dry foods, let's just say.

Never before have I got so much use out of the ol' dutch oven, or indeed, the oven at all really.

Another thing is chicken wings. Marinated, cooked with high heat, and served with a homemade wing sauce. These are dirt cheap, and offer about 50% meat (50% bone, too - good for stock, etc.), so still great value. Likewise, chicken portions "southern fried" at home, with a spicy tangy sauce, say. Usually something fresh to go with - a salsa, or whatever.

Catching our own fish helps too. Will have that any which way, whenever we can. Baked whole, deep fried with chips, etc., etc.

Eat a fair few poached eggs (4 every day) as well. On toast, with seasoning, and a bunch of grilled veges, like mushrooms and tomato, etc. That's breakfast, typically.

But it varies a lot, is the main thing. Meat (sometimes fish) and veges feature hugely, and eggs and dairy are also staples. The details, however, can and do change from day to day, week to week, season to season. Just been trying to find a balance between eating moar cheaply, so's I can eat moar - life has been expensive in other ways lately - and still eating well.
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Old 11-07-2013, 08:14 PM   #13
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BREAKFAST

8 Egg whites,2 whole eggs, one tin of beans, fruit

LUNCH

2 cups of brown rice

2 cups of vegetables

3 pieces of white fish

DINNER

12OZ Sweet potato

2 pieces of white fish

SNACK

3tbs peanut butter

2 pieces of whole wheat bread

fruit and nuts


Add more as I get bigger.

Put on 27 pounds in the last 4 months with this diet, so I just stuck with it.
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Breakfest
Scrambled Eggs, Banana, Waffle and Oat Meal

Mid-Morning snack
Peanut butter and Banana sandwich

Lunch
Sandwich, chips, cookies (something quick during work)

Mid-Afternoon snack
Mixed Nuts + Granola bar

Dinner
Usually a steak with potatoes and gravy, bread with butter, and cooked carrots or zucchini. Slice of pie or cake for desert

Late Night Snack
English muffin with either; butter, jam, honey or cream cheese and ect...

Drink alot of milk, juice, Mt. Dew and Gatorade... (Need to drink more water)
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1lb beef, 6 eggs, cheese, hot sauce, garlic, onions.

Nacho Death: 2.5lb sausage roll, bag of buffalo ranch Doritos, 1lb of shredded cheese, can of beefy bean chili, big ass bowl, huge fucking spork.



Pizza buffet

Dollar menu foods, 2,000 calories for $5

Calamari hibachi

Hooters wings

I went from 200-286 in less than 2 years, im not advising anyone do the same.

I also pulled 315 and benched 225 in less than a year after starting this journey.

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Go to meals are:

2-3 eggs scrambled with ham and tomato (Non training days)
or cup of oats with fruit and nuts and some protein powder thrown in (training days)

Big salad with tuna or leftover meat, or just eat leftovers from previous night's dinner.

Nuts and random fruit, or peanut butter apples. And I SMOTHER those suckers in PB. Love me some PB.

Meat, veg, and a starch like potato, rice, or to desperately try to keep pasta in check.

Cottage cheese or shake in the evening.

That's ideal. Now as to what I actually consume depends on the target rich environment. If there's wings or pizza and beer available, carbs might go up. Chips, complete bags of them sometimes, are another severe challenge. I don't really go in for sweets, but give me a salty snack and I can binge like no one's business.

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pork steak + ramen noodles (1 or 2 packs depending on what day it is), suddenly salad. or velveeta shells and cheese.

protein shake (2 cups milk, 1 scoop chocolate peanut butter protein powder)

lots of milk (32oz glasses)

lots and lots of whatever the wife cooks for dinner

bacon double cheeseburger with french fries and a bowl of gravy on the side (Fridays)

Pizza all day long on football Sundays.
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Lean minced Beef with peas , carrots, sweetcorn and broccoli mixed in topped with grated cheese.

500g of chicken breast with spinach and sweet potato.
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6 scrambled eggs, 4 wheat a bix

1.5 lbs of chilli

Cookies

3 litres of milk

This is what i eat on a good day

Maybe some pizza, double cheese burgers every so often.
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