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    What are you eating RIGHT NOW ?

    Im sitting here plodding through a what feels like a bucket of oats and cream of wheat with a scoop of vanilla protein powder mixed in, splenda , cinnamon and a splash of fat free half and half. Its a late post work out meal ..normally i eat it immediately pwo but had some work to get done. Im pinning slin but my intra workout shake got me through fine and now im eating this.
    Post up what you are eating.
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    im on a 11hr fast (starts when i wake up)

    so im drinking the heck out of water! its also a no/green veggie only carb day plus 2 a day cardio day! (90mins total) fun fun fun!

    woke up at 0500 so i get to eat at 1600..

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    4 egg whites, 1 yolk, scrambled in 5 grams of monounsaturated spread. 2 very small oranges (cuties), 1 banana, 1 scoop whey shaken not stirred
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    Just came back from the gym from a good back workout and need food so had 6 whole eggs, a baked potato and 2 bananas. In 2.5 hours time I will have a shake oats,whey raspberries Mmmmmmm
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    I just ate 24oz chicken (Cajun rub recipie is on here) , 200g basmati rice and 2 kiwis

    I'd normally split the chicken up but was hungry...

    Fuk, in going to go catabolic now in 2.5 hours... I need to Get me a protein shot

    Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by baseline_9 View Post
    I just ate 24oz chicken (Cajun rub recipie is on here) , 200g basmati rice and 2 kiwis

    I'd normally split the chicken up but was hungry...

    Fuk, in going to go catabolic now in 2.5 hours... I need to Get me a protein shot

    Haha
    lol.

    Very similar to you Jimmy: 1/2 cup oats + scoop protein powder, splenda/cinnamon/splash of fat free half and half topped with blueberries, and 3 whole eggs. Yum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baseline_9 View Post
    I just ate 24oz chicken (Cajun rub recipie is on here) , 200g basmati rice and 2 kiwis

    I'd normally split the chicken up but was hungry...

    Fuk, in going to go catabolic now in 2.5 hours... I need to Get me a protein shot

    Haha
    recipe section??

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    ^^ yup

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    Quote Originally Posted by --->>405<<--- View Post
    recipe section??
    bumped

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    cool gonna have to chek that out!

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    I still have a tupperware container of the stuff sitting in my cabinet. Used it quite a bit... fish, chicken, etc.

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    I love it on chicken... Like the cornflake trick tho with it... Egg it, bread it, bake it... Chicken comes out great

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    Quote Originally Posted by baseline_9 View Post
    I love it on chicken... Like the cornflake trick tho with it... Egg it, bread it, bake it... Chicken comes out great
    if it turns out that good i may have to switch to boneless breasts here and there. been eating bone-in skin on for a couple months. much better IMO than boneless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by --->>405<<--- View Post
    if it turns out that good i may have to switch to boneless breasts here and there. been eating bone-in skin on for a couple months. much better IMO than boneless.
    Dont get me started 405 ..i ate half a smoked chicken on this past sat at one of the best BBQ joints i have ever eaten at in my entire life. It was amazing ! I like bonelss / skinless but you cant beat the flavor and juiciness of bone in skin on !

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyinkedup View Post
    I like bonelss / skinless
    Really? I would say that I 'tolerate' boneless/skinless, but LOVE a full chicken, skin and all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbrice75 View Post
    Really? I would say that I 'tolerate' boneless/skinless, but LOVE a full chicken, skin and all.
    Gotta agree with u on this one...

    TBH tho chicken breast can be made quite nice... U just have to put crap on it lol

    I eat so much skinless boneless chicken breats, it's simply a case of rotating the flavour combos...

    Cajun, peri peri, plain etc....

    Once in a while I will carry a bottle of BBQ sauce and have a lil treat

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    10oz egg whites and 2 pieces of whole wheat pita bread....mmmmmmm....



    At least it's not oats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baseline_9 View Post
    Gotta agree with u on this one...

    TBH tho chicken breast can be made quite nice... U just have to put crap on it lol

    I eat so much skinless boneless chicken breats, it's simply a case of rotating the flavour combos...

    Cajun, peri peri, plain etc....

    Once in a while I will carry a bottle of BBQ sauce and have a lil treat
    Its all in how you make it. I make a boneless skinless ckn breast / brown rice casserole that is amazing man. Im sure at some point I posted in the recipe section . The key is not overcooking it and drying it out...at last for me thats the key

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    warming up my 7 oz chicken 1/2 cup brown rice and a cup of green beens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyinkedup View Post
    Its all in how you make it. I make a boneless skinless ckn breast / brown rice casserole that is amazing man. Im sure at some point I posted in the recipe section . The key is not overcooking it and drying it out...at last for me thats the key
    Get me involved jimmy

    I will give it a bash...


    I like chicken breast chili too goes down a treat

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    Amen - overcooking chicken breast (which is relatively easy to do... seeing as you do NOT want to eat undercooked and personally I prefer to err on the side of caution) is about the worst thing you can do. Cooked properly, it's moist and flavorful if seasoned.

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    Call me strange but I actually prefer to eat over cooked chicken (when cold) vs cooked right chicken...

    I don't like it most when it's cold... It kind of makes me feel a bit sick... I eat most of my food cold in the day and always aim for the chicken to be a little over cooked....

    If I'm cooking it to eat right then I would cook it perfect but I rarely ever eat chicken breast cooked fresh...

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    On my agenda today is
    m1 -shake - oats, banana, whey pro, creatine
    m2 - 2 chicken breast (sweet chilli) - 1 yam, asparagus
    m3 - 6-8 eggs - baked spud ,banana
    m4 - oats,whey pro, banana
    m5 - 2 smoked haddock -small brown rice, broccoli
    m6 - 2 chicken breasts, salad, mixed with chilli,garlic,peppers cider vinegar
    m7 - cottage cheese & 6 eggs - peanut butter for taste

    I will add either more carbs or pro to suit how I feel but on most occasions I will eat 7 small meals daily.
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    yeh my wife does all my cooking and shes a chikn breast expert at this point! i prefer all my meat on the grill but thatd be asking a bit much of her (even though shed do it) so i let her bake them in the oven.

    u cant compare skinless to an actual real breast (as if boneless was fake ).

    i do remove the skin 95% of the time but the meat is just way better! id also like to note i have had no adverse effects with regards to fat gain or a slowing of fat loss so i see no upside whatsoever to eating skinless/boneless..

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcus300 View Post
    On my agenda today is
    m1 -shake - oats, banana, whey pro, creatine
    m2 - 2 chicken breast (sweet chilli) - 1 yam, asparagus
    m3 - 6-8 eggs - baked spud ,banana
    m4 - oats,whey pro, banana
    m5 - 2 smoked haddock -small brown rice, broccoli
    m6 - 2 chicken breasts, salad, mixed with chilli,garlic,peppers cider vinegar
    m7 - cottage cheese & 6 eggs - peanut butter for taste

    I will add either more carbs or pro to suit how I feel but on most occasions I will eat 7 small meals daily.
    this is your current diet? what are the things in the bold?

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    Quote Originally Posted by baseline_9 View Post
    Call me strange but I actually prefer to eat over cooked chicken (when cold) vs cooked right chicken...
    I dont disagree with this. Cold i dont mind it cooked so its "stringy"..(overcooked). Also if im gonna make a ckn salad ceasar or ff mayo based ckn salad i dont mind it overcooked either. But if im eating the chiken with a side ..i like it cooked perfectly. The casserole with brown rice is good because it cooks covered with low fat cream of chicken soup and its really hard to dry it out. BTW it tastes amazing cold as well. you can even add broccoli for an all in one meal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpowell View Post
    this is your current diet? what are the things in the bold?


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    lmao--fish and potatoes, guess im fn dumb!

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    never was a big fan of the baked potato but that thing looks pretty damn good right about now!

    although i have enjoyed them cold (not cold but room temp) eaten like u would an apple.. esp with some salt on hand

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    I think Chicken Thighs would be a good alternative if you enjoy chicken w/ Skin and bone the meat is alot darker and juicy plus they are cheaper than actual chicken breast

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiL P View Post
    I think Chicken Thighs would be a good alternative if you enjoy chicken w/ Skin and bone the meat is alot darker and juicy plus they are cheaper than actual chicken breast
    the chikn thigh (and wing depending) is one of my favorite pieces of meat to eat (not just on chikn but in general). they do have the most fat apart from the wing but dang good and juicy and tender!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlimmerMe View Post
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    hey slim i have made em with banana and strawberries in the and they are very good this way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by --->>405<<--- View Post
    the chikn thigh (and wing depending) is one of my favorite pieces of meat to eat (not just on chikn but in general). they do have the most fat apart from the wing but dang good and juicy and tender!
    I'm not a huge fan of the thigh itself... I find the meat too 'soft' due to the higher fat content. I LOVE the wings though... so much bone = flavor. Love the drumsticks. Sometimes i'll just buy a whole roaster from Costco and feast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiL P View Post
    I think Chicken Thighs would be a good alternative if you enjoy chicken w/ Skin and bone the meat is alot darker and juicy plus they are cheaper than actual chicken breast
    I often pick up the family packs of thighs when they go on sale. As you said they are cheap and i love them with some hot sauce on them. Good tip !

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    4 egg western omlette/hashbrowns/toast @ the local greasy spoon. Now a trip to the throne!

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    fried chikn thighs or bbq chikn thighs are great! popeyes spicy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunk1 View Post
    4 egg western omlette/hashbrowns/toast @ the local greasy spoon. Now a trip to the throne!
    Im not sure if its envy or hatred coming into my head right now ! LOL
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