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    I am sitting here eating dinner and just wanted to let ya know what it is and how good a simple meal can be. I am eating 95/5 ground beef seasoned with
    season salt, fajita season, cumin and chile powder. Cooked well done and drained then topped off with Salsa and Tabasco. All out of the garlic tabasco so reg. will have to do. I bet this would taste good with the chipotle tabasco. What are some of the simple meals you enjoy while cutting/bulking?

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    Whole weast pasta with pesto/olive oil - my favorite!
    Chicken + brown rice - my 2nd favorite
    Fresh deli style turkey wrapped in a low carb tortilla (whole weat)
    I love the sowthwestern egg beaters, add some ketchup, mmm!

    And one of my favorite foods, that feels like I'm cheating, but its so damn good, is peanut butter toast, which I dip in milk. I could eat that everyday for all my meals
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    My favourite meal? its so simple! Its what I bring to university everyday now.

    A can of tuna and a can opener.


    Nothing beats tuna!
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    Quote Originally Posted by malky
    My favourite meal? its so simple! Its what I bring to university everyday now.

    A can of tuna and a can opener.

    Nothing beats tuna!
    Chuck Norris would be proud

    .... but you need to work on opening it with your bare hands.

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    2 x scoops of Quality Protein powder (i tried this with lean dessert coconut)
    700ml skim milk
    1 packet of choc. pudding mix.

    blend well and sit in fridge for 20 mins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pu12en12g
    Chuck Norris would be proud

    .... but you need to work on opening it with your bare hands.

    I have been trying to squeeze the can and have it pop out into my mouth. Popey style!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Main Man
    2 x scoops of Quality Protein powder (i tried this with lean dessert coconut)
    700ml skim milk
    1 packet of choc. pudding mix.

    blend well and sit in fridge for 20 mins.

    heaven
    yum...would be just as good with on 100% whey choc? im drooling right now that sounds like the best shake/pudding EVER

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    Quote Originally Posted by malky
    I have been trying to squeeze the can and have it pop out into my mouth. Popey style!
    he would be most proud if u round house kick it to open it!

    haha

    i usually eat vermicelli noodles alot of it!! ahah with very lean meat seasoned with light soysauce and seasame oil with abit of pepper and no salt and ginger and tiny bit of garlic..

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    1/2 cup oats + 1 scoop whey + 2TBSP peanutbutter + 1/2 cup milk or skim milk. Mix till pudding like. Stick in freezer for 20 mins and eat up.

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    you know to be honest i never mixed food with supplements i got or will be getting,

    im scared that i will screw up my body.. maybe its cause my mum gots diabetes type 2 so im scared of cuasing more pain..

    does sound good though..

    i just came back from over seas and had a major reality check..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaara88
    you know to be honest i never mixed food with supplements i got or will be getting,

    im scared that i will screw up my body.. maybe its cause my mum gots diabetes type 2 so im scared of cuasing more pain..

    does sound good though..

    i just came back from over seas and had a major reality check..
    I would think a protein isolate mixed with other food would be one supplement that would have very little if any negative effects. Same with ground flax seed.

    I would think the worst would be bad gas or diarhea either from milk allergies or in the case of the ground flax seed...too much fiber. That'd be a lot of flax seed though.

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    tru thanks i might play around with it..

    i came up with this uber healthy Low G.I. almondmeal choc cake... i might play around withit and try it out =D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaara88
    tru thanks i might play around with it..

    i came up with this uber healthy Low G.I. almondmeal choc cake... i might play around withit and try it out =D
    chicken roll > pork roll

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    omgooses!!

    sif pork roll all the way matey and viet ice white coffee all the way matey all the way!! haha

    haah i just had one mauahha.. iced coffee mauahha was right nice
    but that still doesnt beat thai redbulls haha i love that but its so bad haah

    oh yea!


    pork roll+chilli > chicken roll matey.. haha

    fo reeeeeeeeeellzzz
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    pfft gimme some good som tam and a spicy tom yam with chicken or fish over rolls any day...especially the som tam. Damn my ex for getting me hooked on that stuff.

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    Thai food is very nice but the what the food u usually see is very bad for u cause of the coconut milk

    Nonya is the best food Imho if u wanna cheat

    haha
    Space cowboy!

    Just about to get my motorbike so i havnt been active much on CL im sorry will attack asap! hahamauhahahaha

    I like Finger sandwhiches after a good meal haha muahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaara88
    Thai food is very nice but the what the food u usually see is very bad for u cause of the coconut milk

    Nonya is the best food Imho if u wanna cheat

    haha
    I've never put coconut milk in either of those 2 dishes I've made. What do you have against Coconut milk?

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    was taliking about the other thai food.. haha
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    Just about to get my motorbike so i havnt been active much on CL im sorry will attack asap! hahamauhahahaha

    I like Finger sandwhiches after a good meal haha muahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaara88
    was taliking about the other thai food.. haha
    Ah ok, but isn't coconut milk an often used ingredient in nyonya? I'm curious though what's so bad about coconut milk?

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    in some of the curries and satay chicken like thai malay food too

    Depends how you want to look at it mate for cutting or bulking etc

    but

    coconut milk contains lots of umm saturated fat but thats generic brand if you make it your self its much more healthier..

    plus the benefits of making it ur self is u get the yummy juice thats good for flushing ya system.
    Space cowboy!

    Just about to get my motorbike so i havnt been active much on CL im sorry will attack asap! hahamauhahahaha

    I like Finger sandwhiches after a good meal haha muahaha

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