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Old 10-20-2011, 09:25 PM   #31
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You always crave the things you aren't eating. I never crave sweets, but since doing some low carb dieting I've had serious cravings. For the last two days I've had strong on and off cravings for Boston cream donuts.
All to true, thats why I keep oatmeal. For some reason it feeds my cravings for sweets.
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Recipe for you to try for the family mate, Prep time is almost nothing, stove time around 45 minutes. Chicken Karahi:

1 tbp oil
1-2 chopped onion
1-2 canned chopped tomatoes
Various spices to season
Chicken on the bone, drumsticks, thighs etc

1) Dice the onions and fry lightly in the pan till they begin to become clear.
2) Add in chopped tomatoes (or if you're using puree then puree + a little water)
3) Stir in the following spices, salt 1 tsp, haldi 1-1.5 tsp, chilli 0.5-1 tsp, pepper 1 tsp and perhaps some paprika.
4) Stir and cook the following untill it becomes a orangeish colour.
5) Add in the meat, stir and cover.
6) Leave for a good 45 minutes on a very low heat.

The chicken should be lovely and succulent within that time, you can serve this with veggies of your choice.
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Recipe for you to try for the family mate, Prep time is almost nothing, stove time around 45 minutes. Chicken Karahi:

1 tbp oil
1-2 chopped onion
1-2 canned chopped tomatoes
Various spices to season
Chicken on the bone, drumsticks, thighs etc

1) Dice the onions and fry lightly in the pan till they begin to become clear.
2) Add in chopped tomatoes (or if you're using puree then puree + a little water)
3) Stir in the following spices, salt 1 tsp, haldi 1-1.5 tsp, chilli 0.5-1 tsp, pepper 1 tsp and perhaps some paprika.
4) Stir and cook the following untill it becomes a orangeish colour.
5) Add in the meat, stir and cover.
6) Leave for a good 45 minutes on a very low heat.

The chicken should be lovely and succulent within that time, you can serve this with veggies of your choice.
Thanks Fazc. Never heard of Haldi...heading over to Amazon to see if I can find it.
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Also bratwurst and pepperjack cheese sounds tentimes better then ice cream right now.
It does to me.
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Making a salad to keep in the fridge during the week as a backup. Been slacking on veggies consumption.

Salad will have:

--Fresh spinach
--Fresh mozzarella
--Diced onion and green peppers
--Cubed sausage or a quality pepperoni
--Cubed tomatoes
--Black olives
--Pepperoncinis
--Sale & pepper

Some kind of olive oil and vinegar dressing.
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Very hard tonight. Celebrating kid's good grade by allowing them to get ice cream. I got chorizo sausage instead. Nearly crumbled and went for the caramel waffle cone ice cream.

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5:00 pm - 3 bratwurst sausage patties covered in pepper jack cheese.

6:45 pm - 8 small spicy beef sticks.
Can I ask: Do you find your energy levels are lower during training since you started? Do you train before or after 5pm?
I'm just curious because I am already thinking ahead several months or more when I achieve my strength goals and start cutting a bit.
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Can I ask: Do you find your energy levels are lower during training since you started? Do you train before or after 5pm?
I'm just curious because I am already thinking ahead several months or more when I achieve my strength goals and start cutting a bit.
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I train around 4pm. Sometimes I feel hungry for the first 10 minutes of training, but energy is never an issue. The hunger goes away after a few sets. I eat almost immediately after lifting.

I have been running a version of intermittent fasting for about 3 years now and have always felt more awake and aware during the day...unless my sleep is poor.
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The key is the marinade.

Take some yogurt (enough for marinading the amount of chicken you have). Whip it lightly. Add tandoori mix (available in most Asian/Indian/Middle-eastern grocery stores). I also add a generous dose of paprika, red chilli powder, ginger-garlic paste (1 tbsp per pound), some salt to taste. Mix it all together in the yogurt, put the chicken in the marinade and leave it in the fridge for few hours (at least 6-7 hrs). Also, I prefer bone-in chicken for this one.

Too much yogurt spoils the taste, too little results in too small a quantity of marinade. For this, I use plain yogurt, roughly 3-4 large tablespoon per pound of chicken.

After the chicken is marinaded well, put in the oven at 375F for 20-25 minutes. Then bast the chicken with the remaining marinade and contiinue at 375F for another 20-25 minutes (total 45-50 minutes). Bring down the temperature at the end of it to 170-200F and hold for a further 5-6 minutes.

Take it out, garnish with cilantro leaves and squeeze some lemon on top. Serve with pickled onions, and naan (or, just go with dinner rolls or garlic bread.
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October 22nd, 2011

Underfeeding - 8 am until 1:30 pm

4 scoops of whey in about 60 ounces of water/coffee.

Night Eating - 1:30 pm until 9pm

1:30 pm - Beef Jerky

3:00 pm - 3 pieces of Jalapeno string cheese

5:30 pm - Large salad with spinach, parmesan cheese, black olives, onion slices, pepperoni, chorizo sausage cubes, cherry tomatoes and a dressing of olive oil, red wine vinegar, salt and pepper.
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