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    What is your Fav. meal while dieting?

    And no don't answer the cheat meal . Had to stop all of you before you got me on that one. What I want to know is what meal have you come up with that tastes the best and that you look forward to eating while you are dieting down. Want to try some new recipes out.

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    Shredz, I'll try and find out exactly what my fiance does but she makes this amazing beef stir fry for me. Heaven! Bit of rice and veggies also and I'm happy.

    Also chicken with a bit of fajita mix on is really nice too.

    Ah, right. Just asked her:

    Beef (cut into small pieces as it makes it cook quicker and is easier to eat with just a spoon)
    Peppers
    Soy Sauce (reduced salt)
    Chinese 5 spice powder
    cajun pepper powder
    a little extra virgin olive oil (oh popeye!)
    Onion
    crushed garlic

    Cook the beef first (oil is to just wet the pan prior to the juices from the beef)
    Once browned poor away the liquid.
    Then add everything else and cook until ready (depends how you like your peppers.

    Tastes really good!! Experiment with the quantities involved until you are happy.

    cheers,

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    Nothing's better then my mums chicken cutlets with a kick ass salad. My mouth is watering right now just thinking about it!
    When I'm bulking my favorite foods are pasta and a big juicy steak. What can I say..I'm italian. You damn right Italians can't resist pasta.
    And If I have one wish before I die, I think I'll have to go with a bowl of spagetti, some garlic bread, and a glass of wine. That way, I'll lay in my coffin with a nice big grin
    Stata Buon,
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    Hey Shredz, get online at amazon or go to the book store and pick up
    The Gourmet Prescription by Dr. Deborah Chud.
    That book has so many good dishes in it. I'm cooking out of it at least a few times a week.
    It divides up the sections into Protein dishes and Carb dishes w/ sub chapters for diff. meats and carbs.
    It's a good buy.

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    Thanks for the info everyone! I will give all the recommendations a try right away.

    anyone else????

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    i cook on the forman gril 1 or 2 chiken breasts,broccoli peppers and onions.....i then chop them into pieces then throw it ova a bed of spinach and lettuce and teaspoon of olive oil and vinegar.........how does this sound boys?

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    Huge ass steak with brocolli. Throw some hot sauce on it. Nuffin better.

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    Scrambled egg whites mixed with some fresh cooked rice and a small sprinkle of 1/2 salt. I know it's strange but I love it.

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    60gm of oatmeal, 5ml of Natural Peanut butter, 30gm of Vannila Whey Protein and a sprinkle of Cinnamon on top...Hmmmmmmmmm...XXL
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    any suggestions on what to put on the steaks before grilling or cooking?

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    Originally posted by Buddha_Red
    any suggestions on what to put on the steaks before grilling or cooking?
    If your going for low to no sodium, you can mince some garlic, throw the garlic, pepper, dash of chilli powder, dash of dry mustard into a plastic bag with the steaks. let that sit in the fridge over night.

    If you don't care about sodium---Tony's all the way

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    if your watching soium, carbs and calories, Mrs. Dash is the shit, on chicken breast, turkey breast just about anything it make a world of a difference, its all natural and sodium,carbs,fat,and calorie free

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    This sounds bad but is good on a diet. lol Tuna paddies
    1 can tuna
    couple of table spoons of nonfat mayo
    1 cup oatmeal
    hot sauce to taste
    2 eggwhites

    combine in a large bowl. Then grill like you would burger.lol Taste pretty good especially for diet food.

    FOW

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    I got a tasty one for ya brother.

    Muscle Meatloaf:
    3 egg whites
    2 pounds of extra lean beer or turkey
    1 onion, finely chopped
    2 tablespoons fresh parsley, finely chopped
    3 cloves of garlic, finely chopped
    1/2 cup tomato sauce
    1 cup mushrooms, sliced
    2 teaspoons of salt
    1 teaspoon pepper
    1 teaspoon extra virgin oilve oil

    saute garlic, onion and mushrooms and one teaspoon of salt in the oil oil until onions are soft.
    Next mix all the left over ingredients and your saute mixture together. Put it all in a loaf pan and bake at 350 degrees.

    It serves 8. so make it at the fire hall!! haha

    250 calories. 38g's of protein. 2g's carbs and 10g's of fat.

    Its good stuff man!!! if you want some for oriental chicken and a good cooled down chicken let me know! peace

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