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Stronghold
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2 scoops chocolate casein
2 scoops vanilla whey
1 scoop Superfood
4 oz water

blend with electric mixer until mix expands ("fluffs")

Topped with cool whip free and some coconut. 100g of protein and not much else. Delicious.

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countingbeans
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^ and a diet coke?

I fucking <3 diet coke.

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Stronghold
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countingbeans wrote:
^ and a diet coke?

I fucking <3 diet coke.


It's actually zero, but I <3 them both.

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Achilles of war
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Made a pretty good PWO shake today. 2 cups of milk, 1 cup of greek yogurt, 2 scoops of vanilla whey, 2 tbsp olive oil, and 4 tbspn of organic peanut butter.

came out to being almost 900 cals.
102g of protein

I had made the mistake of purchasing vanilla protein, Very bad taste to me, the greek yogurt and peanut butter made the taste amazing plus added decent cals and protein.

not anywhere near the high content level of H4Ms shake but working on it!

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Achilles of war
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Hey guys, been trying out the different meal ideas posted. I came up with a modified version of H4M's Puppy Shit. Being that im still getting rid of my vanilla whey i needed some tweaks for the snack.
Mine ends up being more of Puppy Diarrhea
2 scoops of whey protein isolate
50g protein, 230 cals (5 from fat) 7g carb
1/2 cup athenos greek yogurt (helps spread the protein so its not as pasty)
11.5g protein 70 cals (0 from fat) 5g carb
4 tbsp of Organic peanut butter (creamy)
14g protein 420 cals (300 from fat) 12g carb

Gives you 720 cals 75.5g of protein and 22g of carbs

and yeah, puppy diarrhea because the greek yogurt definitely makes it smoother. Thanks for the idea H4M

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Don't know how healthy this is, but this is my protein shake every night

4 scoops Blue Bunny chocolate ice cream
1 cup Vitamn D whole Milk
2 Scoops Syntha-6 Protein
1 teaspoon Creatine Monohydrate
Couple of squirts of Hershey's Chocolate Syrup

Around 50-55g protein. That's all I care about really besides the serving of creatine

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Achilles of war
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Efeguwewe wrote:
Don't know how healthy this is, but this is my protein shake every night

4 scoops Blue Bunny chocolate ice cream
1 cup Vitamn D whole Milk
2 Scoops Syntha-6 Protein
1 teaspoon Creatine Monohydrate
Couple of squirts of Hershey's Chocolate Syrup

Around 50-55g protein. That's all I care about really besides the serving of creatine



Sounds like it has some bad cals, but i bet it tasted awsome and stille decent proteins

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Unnecessarily lean high protein breakfast w/ tuna:

4 slices of turkey bacon
20g protein and 4g fat

can of tuna
30ish g protein

2 cups Egg whites
50g protein

=100g protein and 4-5g fat

1. fry bacon and tuna together so tuna tastes bacony
2. add egg whites
3. ?????
4. Profit

Have used whole eggs and made it more fatty but this is what I made tonight exactly so I thought I'd throw it up. Turkey bacon's been on sale here, usually I use sliced ham and it ends up about the same nutritional value.

The only different thing is probably the tuna, it's really good fried up with bacon/ham and eggs and adds 25-30g protein cheaper than egg whites do. Makes it easier to eat it because tuna is hard to get down by itself sometimes.

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xdsho
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Chili

This is not my own recipes, but I cook it so much I call it my own lol. It's really awesome chili, it'll make a bunch, good to last a few days.

3lb extra lean ground beef
2 large sweet onions (optional - personally I don't like onions)
5 Large tomatoes
3 Italian tomatoes - optional, they aren't always available here
2 cans of red kidney beans
3 large carrots
1/2 clove of garlic
1 large red bell pepper
2-3 jalapenos
2 tbsp spoons cumin
2 tbsp crushed chili peppers
4 tbsp chili powder
2 tbsp smoked paprika
1 tbsp crushed black pepper
2 cans of tomato paste
1 large can of tomatoes sauce
3 squares of 85% dark chocolate
Bag of cheese

You might want to get started on the tomatoes early.. having a sous chef helps lol

Cut up all the peppers, and start sauteing them in a pan with some olive oil
Throw in the ground beef after a minute or two
Start cutting the carrots, and drain the beans at this time
When the beef is done, drain it. Add all the spices to the beef
Add carrots and beans, stir well
Now add the can of tomato sauce, followed by the tomato paste
Add all 5 tomatoes, chopped and diced

Stir well - depending on how thick you like it, you can add some water. I usually add about 2 cups.

Now add your 3 squares of dark chocolate, mix it in nicely.

Now cover, and let it simmer on low for about 2-3 hours. When the carrots are soft you know it's done

Add cheese, enjoy!

Note: Depending on how diet friendly you want this to be, you can add other meats. Turkey meatballs work great, as well as hot links.

In the pic above I added ham cubes, bacon, and a package of hot links.

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xdsho
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Easy beef stew

So easy, a cave man can...

4lbs of beef chuck
1 back mixed veggies
2 cans of beans
2 packets of beef stew seasoning mix
^you can also use other packets, there's one I like better than beef stew but it wasn't on sale lol

Throw beef in slow cooker, throw seasoning in. Add beans (drained) on top, followed by the bag of veggies.

Let it cook on high for 6 hours, then cook it on low for 4 hours.

Eat!

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Stronghold
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This is how you fuckers make a meal.

1 1/4 lb sirloin, lean only
12 oz polenta
smothered in maple chipotle bbq sauce.

Also got my zinc, b6, and circumin in the picture.

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Stronghold
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This is how you fuckers make a meal.

1 1/4 lb sirloin, lean only
12 oz polenta
smothered in maple chipotle bbq sauce.

Also got my zinc, b6, and circumin in the picture.

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Chicken Marsala
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1 lb chicken
as many mushrooms as you want
3 oz Marsala Wine
2-3 tbsp butter
8 oz chicken broth
a little flour to thicken sauce
as much fresh garlic as you like
1 cup of uncooked rice (makes 2 cups when it's done)

The picture is blurry because it was steaming when I took it. The meal has about 1,100 calories over 100 grams of protein, 70 carbs and about 30 grams of fat.

1)Cover the tenders in flour, shake excess flour off. Toss the floured tenders in a bowl of beaten eggs. Mix it thoroughly.
2)Cook the tenders in oil until browned but not completely cooked.Season them with salt an pepper. Take them off the heat and stack them on a plate for later.
3) In the same pan, add a little butter and throw the mushrooms in. Season them with salt an pepper. After a minute throw the garlic in. After another minute , throw the Marsala wine in. Reduce wine by half while mixing it with the goodness in the pan (1-3 minutes depending on heat and size of pan.)
4) Put a little flour in the chicken stock and mix it with a fork. This will make the sauce thicker, you don't need to do this unless you want a thick sauce. Dump broth in pan. Add butter for more flavor.
5) Once it looks like it's going to boil over, add the chicken. Reduce the heat a little and the dish will be done in 3-5 minutes.

Serve over rice or with potatoes.

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Achilles of war
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Stronghold wrote:
This is how you fuckers make a meal.

1 1/4 lb sirloin, lean only
12 oz polenta
smothered in maple chipotle bbq sauce.

Also got my zinc, b6, and circumin in the picture.



What is polenta? Ps the sirloin looked great haha. But then again I don't think I've ever seen steak I wouldn't enjoy

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Stronghold
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Achilles of war wrote:
Stronghold wrote:
This is how you fuckers make a meal.

1 1/4 lb sirloin, lean only
12 oz polenta
smothered in maple chipotle bbq sauce.

Also got my zinc, b6, and circumin in the picture.



What is polenta? Ps the sirloin looked great haha. But then again I don't think I've ever seen steak I wouldn't enjoy


It's a boiled cornmeal, similar to grits. We picked it up preprepared in a tube and just sliced it and pan cooked it, pretty decent if you season it correctly. Super bland if you don't.

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KosanFalcon
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countingbeans wrote:
coolnatedawg wrote:


It was like 10lbs of food from Omaha steaks.



Marry that chick.

Even if she doesn't give blowjobs.


HAHAHAHA
I concur.

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Stronghold
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Spicy Thai shrimp I threw together at like 11pm last night.

1 lb shrimp, peeled, tailed, and deveined
1 can bean sprouts
3 tbsp soy sauce
2 tsp peanut wonder (defatted pb)
2 tsp sriacha chili sauce
1/2 tbsp garlic powder
3/4 tbsp ev coconut oil

melt the oil in a skillet, get it hot, through everything in and stir and mix until it's well done and looks like brains. About 85g protein, 8g fat, 12g carbs.

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hlss09
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No pics sorry but pre training meal today:

1 cup oats
2 scoops whey
1/2 tbsp VCO (virgin coconut oil)
big spoon PB

mix it all up, throw some splenda in that bitch, and WOAH it's great

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I made some puppy shit of my own today, so I figured that could revive this thread.

PB: 50g
Protein Powder: 100g

Added some coffee and cinnamon until it had the desired consistency.

720 kcal

Macros are
P: 95g
C: 15g
F: 31g

Next time I might try to add some honey or eat a banana with it.

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hungry4more
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Nothing super fancy, just a snack I've been eating lately....

Ritz crackers, smooth peanut butter, Reese's Pieces, and Milk. PB on the crackers, put a couple Reese's Pieces on each cracker, drink milk with them. It's easy to eat a whole sleeve of crackers in a single sitting like this, while going through a bunch of milk. Definitely doesn't fall under "clean bulking" category though lol.

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Consul
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hungry4more wrote:
Nothing super fancy, just a snack I've been eating lately....

Ritz crackers, smooth peanut butter, Reese's Pieces, and Milk. PB on the crackers, put a couple Reese's Pieces on each cracker, drink milk with them. It's easy to eat a whole sleeve of crackers in a single sitting like this, while going through a bunch of milk. Definitely doesn't fall under "clean bulking" category though lol.


LOL at having abs whilst munching on PB and crackers.

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