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Old 05-28-2013, 07:52 PM   #1981
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Taco salad from my own recipe.. Was pretty unreal. Took 45 minutes start to finished cleanup, getting quicker.
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Old 05-31-2013, 10:51 AM   #1982
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Soaking kale in a lemon juice/blended avocado dressing for 30 minutes in fridge made it very delicious / not like chewing leaves off a tree
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Old 05-31-2013, 12:10 PM   #1983
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Those salads look good.
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Old 06-03-2013, 08:47 PM   #1984
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Roommate made these tonight. Awesome. Not the prettiest but tasty as hell. I had 3 of them which is 3 cans of tuna. Sorry my plates aren't as cool as dabears.

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Old 06-04-2013, 09:24 AM   #1985
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Roommate made these tonight. Awesome. Not the prettiest but tasty as hell. I had 3 of them which is 3 cans of tuna. Sorry my plates aren't as cool as dabears.
Haha, those look delicious.

This is a great low fat training meal... Turkey stuffed baked sweet potato
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Old 06-04-2013, 02:31 PM   #1986
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I'm posting the recipe for this, because its extremely clean bulking food... and it is made in the slow cooker, which any average joe can figure out.



Paleo Hungry Man Sweet Potato Casserole
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Old 06-04-2013, 02:36 PM   #1987
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Old 06-05-2013, 09:03 AM   #1988
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went to buffalo wild wings yesterday. nyc has had a law for a couple years requiring restaurants to list the calorie information for their meals. how is it even freaking possible for 6 wings to have 990 calories?

i'm at the point in my health/lifting career where i'm pretty good at ballparking calories, but i never could have guessed 990 calories for 6 measly wings.
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a lb of wings on average has over 1000 calories, especially the sauce ones. I remember the shock at finding that out myself

never been that big a fan of wings, but whenever I get them its always salt and pepper
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Ran out of food halfway through the day

My snack at this time is usually 1/4-1/2 pound of meat and a cup of chobani Greek yogurt, but the food at work ran out early. So out of desperation i quickly ran to bk and grabbed my snack (2 double cheeseburgers, a whopper jr and a Hershey Sunday pie).

Bad idea. I expected a little fun cheating the diet so bad, but all i got was crap. It didn't taste bad and was "fresh", but was just crap food. $6 (could have gotten a good steak) didn't even fill me up, made me feel like crap, and as lame as it sounds actually made me feel like guilty and crappy that way too. Or maybe just disappointed, idk...

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13 oz of steak
2 potatoes mashed with butter and almond milk and garlic
Kale in olive oil

Any idea how many cals

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depending on cut of steak (I'm assuming there is a decent amount of fat on that cut)

~650 for steak
~500 for potatoes (~150 calories from butter, ~320 from potatoes, ~30 from almond milk if that)
~100 from kale/oil

~1250 total
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Bacon, 2 eggs, and slice of provolone cheese on 8 grain bread

3 servings oatmeal with 3 cups whole milk

Chikfila chicken sandwich

Whey shake: (3 scoops mass xxx), 1 cup plain Greek yogurt, 4 large spoons of peanut butter, 10oz whole milk

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depending on cut of steak (I'm assuming there is a decent amount of fat on that cut)

~650 for steak
~500 for potatoes (~150 calories from butter, ~320 from potatoes, ~30 from almond milk if that)
~100 from kale/oil

~1250 total
pretty good. It's the same exact thing for lunch today too.
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pretty good. It's the same exact thing for lunch today too.
That made me miss counting lol... I think I have issues

I've got my "meat pie" again.
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That made me miss counting lol... I think I have issues

I've got my "meat pie" again.
is that the thing from above? Recipe?
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is that the thing from above? Recipe?
yes and it is delicious.

http://paleopot.com/2012/02/hungry-m...ato-casserole/

I added mushrooms

When I make it again I will add peas & sliced carrots for texture / some veggies.
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I'll be making this sunday probably for the week ahead. Do you find it's enough meat?

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I'll be making this sunday probably for the week ahead. Do you find it's enough meat?
It is a bit tricky... you can't eat it after it is done slow cooking (well you could but it will be a sloppy mess).

After its cooked on low you want to put it in the fridge for a couple hours at least (preferably overnight)... it will set and you can slice it like a pie. Microwaves well

Edit: saw your edit... yeah I found it to be decent amount of meat. You could easily put more if you wanted, it would just make it taller (not an issue in my crockpot). It made about 8 slices same size as my pic.
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Most of the packages I buy from the store are 2.75lbs so I'll prob do with that and a few more eggs.
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