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    Cooking 101: Bulk Prepping

    I know that a lot of you guy's like to cook 15lbs of some sh*t every Sunday, It drives me crazy that 3 days from now you're gonna have dried up bbq chicken crap, but I understand that some dont have the time or the desire to sit and do anything. Well, the wife started school again & I'm crazy busy and neither of us have a lot of time. So what I did is "bulk prep" I took most items that you will need during the week and cut or chopped all of them today, that way 95% of everthing is done and during the week you only need 10min or so and you have a fresh cooked meal.



    Diced chicken, whole chicken breast, diced onions, jullienned onions, cabbage, diced pork, pork steaks, carrots, celery, tomatoes, cilantro etc..now you're probably wondering WTF is that bread looking crap on the side? Its actually eggs, yes eggs. I took 36 egg whites with 10 yolks, salt, pepper, placed them on a well "pammed" cookie sheet, 350* for 12min or so. Why did I do that? now you can jullienne it for fried rice, or cut a piece off for a sandwich or use it as a protien alternative. When I have more time I'm actually going to start seasoning it for different uses.
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    Nice photos buddy. The egg idea is great. I may just use that!!

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    hey istbred.. if u could and dont mind you want to look at my threads and check out my diet. stating this cycle monday, an u seem to know ur foods an preping lol any help illl take an appreciate thnks!

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    i have alot of time on my hands these days

    sometimes i take hours to cook a meal that takes me 5 minutes to eat lol

    but good idea..

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    Looks like you are ready 2go!!

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    thats what i need, a 4 slice toaster

    2 just dont cut it anymore...

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    Huh, cool idea with the eggs. They didn't expand in the oven and come over the edge of the baking sheet?

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    Nope! came right to the edge and stopped when they needed to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lstbred View Post
    Nope! came right to the edge and stopped when they needed to.
    Huh, did you scramble them first or something? Or just break them right onto the tray and then pick out most of the yolks?

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    Ya, I used a stick blender, that way it broke up the couple yolks in it & mixed the s-p into it.

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