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    SUSHI for Bodybuilding

    Found this great site with nutritional details on sushi rolls and pieces. Raw shrimp (sweet shrimp) has nice protein content. Shits expensive but hell, when in Rome...
    Sushi Calories and Nutritional Information

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardgainer1 View Post
    Found this great site with nutritional details on sushi rolls and pieces. Raw shrimp (sweet shrimp) has nice protein content. Shits expensive but hell, when in Rome...
    Sushi Calories and Nutritional Information

    Nice, great info! Sushi is one of my great loves in life
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    I f-in love sushi, sashimi, and Tataki, but it usually involves about an hours ride one way for me to find a decent place. Also, when it comes to exploring the different flavors and textures of sushi, I graze heavy.
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    good find!!!

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    I am seriously going to try and incorporate sushi to my daily nutrition for lean muscle gain. Started today with a nice sushi lunch, salmon tuna yellow tail eel etc etc, seaweed salad. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardgainer1 View Post
    I am seriously going to try and incorporate sushi to my daily nutrition for lean muscle gain. Started today with a nice sushi lunch, salmon tuna yellow tail eel etc etc, seaweed salad. )
    If you can eat it,,,its great for a bodybuilder/athlete for extra protein. I cant stomach the stuff myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALIN View Post
    If you can eat it,,,its great for a bodybuilder/athlete for extra protein. I cant stomach the stuff myself.
    Oh man, maybe I need to take you out to better restaurant lol I love it.

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    For me it is all about the quality of the vinegar they mix in the rice. Raw seafood is one of the most easily digestible proteins out there. Love sushi rolls with avocado in them.

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    I'm assuming you eat this before you work out? or after? White Rice is a high glycemic food.

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    Im not a fan persay but I have eaten tuna fillet raw and loved it! That is expensive but probably one of my favorite things. I dont mind caviar, I suppose I need to find an upscale sushi restaraunt. I love eating meals I cannot afford. If I could afford it all the time it would be meaningless I suppose.

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    would come after a morning workout for lunch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obspowerstroke View Post
    Im not a fan persay but I have eaten tuna fillet raw and loved it! That is expensive but probably one of my favorite things. I dont mind caviar, I suppose I need to find an upscale sushi restaraunt. I love eating meals I cannot afford. If I could afford it all the time it would be meaningless I suppose.
    Me too man, champagne taste on a beer budget

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    ya sushi is very good. Healthy and nutritious

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