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    shepherds pie

    Would shepherds pie be a good meal for bulking up, using drained lean ground beef. Would this be a good Pro/Carb? Should I rinse the beef after I cook it?

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    I'd suspect there are many variations in how to prepare this dish.

    If you could list the recipe, ingredients used, etc., I'd speculate that would be a ton easier to draw a conclusion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    I'd suspect there are many variations in how to prepare this dish.

    If you could list the recipe, ingredients used, etc., I'd speculate that would be a ton easier to draw a conclusion.

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    Well there is no recipe that I really use!

    1. I cook the beef, drain it, stick it in the bottom of a pot (about an inch)
    2. Pour some can cream corn on top (about 1/2 inch)
    3. Put some mashed patatoes on top (about 1 1/2 to 2 inchs)

    Then I cook it in the oven for about an hour.

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    Well, for bulking I suppose it's okay depending upon when you use it.

    I'd make sure I use 4%, still drain it w/hot water, then dump it in the pan and re-season it. (if u season it)

    Then make sure there's not a lot of fat in the creamed corn, and make the mashed potatoes w/no butter.

    I.E., I'd aim to try to make this as clean of a protein/carb meal as I could.


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