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    alternative to chicken breast?

    im cutting and wondering what are some alternatives to chicken breast lately my face seems to swell up a bit after i eat it..

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    Fish. Also I used to eat 97% lean ground turkey. I think they might have 99% lean turkey to if you can find it.

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    95/5 Lean ground beef...
    Salmon/Cod/Mackeral/Tuna are some of my choices.

    Watch for fat content in some of these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnnyblazzze View Post
    Fish. Also I used to eat 97% lean ground turkey. I think they might have 99% lean turkey to if you can find it.
    i eat alota fish already but will look into the lean turkey it sounds pretty good.

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    White fish, turkey (white meat), eggs/whites, protein powders, lean beef/bison, lean pork... any decent protein source is interchangeable with chicken breast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiketannin View Post
    i eat alota fish already but will look into the lean turkey it sounds pretty good.
    I like it better then chicken actually. Chicken is just way cheaper, the lean turkey gets somewhat pricey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnnyblazzze

    I like it better then chicken actually. Chicken is just way cheaper, the lean turkey gets somewhat pricey.
    I find in the uk turkey is cheaper than chicken but me dad keeps chickens for eggs so I think that when theyve finished layin I may ask for them as they're all organic

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    coo got it gona get some lean pork and sum turkey

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnnyblazzze View Post
    Fish. Also I used to eat 97% lean ground turkey. I think they might have 99% lean turkey to if you can find it.
    Bro 99% lean turkey is so freaken dry, I bought some cooked it up terrible. I though I over cooked it, went and bought another pack same thing. 97% is great though. Guess you need some fat for flavor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kif View Post
    Bro 99% lean turkey is so freaken dry, I bought some cooked it up terrible. I though I over cooked it, went and bought another pack same thing. 97% is great though. Guess you need some fat for flavor.
    Yea it is pretty dry, when i'm cutting though I don't really care how things taste. If I can't handle it anymore i'll just add a dab of hotsauce, seems to fix it right up.

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    Lean ground turkey there are so many ways to cook it and experiment it's number one for my choice

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    Lean chicken and turkey, or even very lean ground beef is dry as fvck.

    I gave up, I been blending all of the above for a few weeks. Seems to work, I don't get any stomach issues and can pound 10 ounces of chicken in 5 minutes.

    Plain fish sucks too, but to each is own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samson_420 View Post
    Lean chicken and turkey, or even very lean ground beef is dry as fvck.

    I gave up, I been blending all of the above for a few weeks. Seems to work, I don't get any stomach issues and can pound 10 ounces of chicken in 5 minutes.

    Plain fish sucks too, but to each is own.
    man i had to drop back to the 93/7 beef as the 96/4 was too dry for me, even under cooked and with hot sauce.

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    I been cooking all meats to pure well done then strain all fat. This way I get plenty of stuff precooked then just throw it in the ol' ktec with water and vegetables or brown rice/oats. I just can't take chewing this shit anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samson_420 View Post
    I been cooking all meats to pure well done then strain all fat. This way I get plenty of stuff precooked then just throw it in the ol' ktec with water and vegetables or brown rice/oats. I just can't take chewing this shit anymore.
    well beef wise, i like mine medium so a lil red/pink on the inside. not rely any fat as I'm grilling my meat. but thas what i ben doing lately as well, like a chinese food bowl rice n meat lol.

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