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Old 02-12-2012, 07:52 PM   #151
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1/3 spicy italian sausage
1/3 extra lean beef
1/3 ground turkey
carmelized onion
2 eggs
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Can you post pictures of the yam noodles in the package ???
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favourite cutting meal dat dere 5 eggs and GREEN BEANS
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Old 02-13-2012, 10:10 PM   #154
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you cook your eggs like that?

looks like tilapia fish
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favourite cutting meal dat dere 5 eggs and GREEN BEANS
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Old 02-14-2012, 12:02 AM   #156
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Eggs: breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night snack.

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Old 02-14-2012, 12:36 PM   #157
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you cook your eggs like that?

looks like tilapia fish
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Old 02-14-2012, 04:32 PM   #158
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Can you post pictures of the yam noodles in the package ???
I cant, I took a handful from my cousins to try out. It came in a clear red and brown bag if that helps lol
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anyone know anywhere to buy or any recipes for good teriyaki sauce
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took halos cutting advise and tried making some yam noodles

- stir fried yam noodles with chinese preserved veggies (pickled)
- prawns
- chinese greens

w0w that looks so good
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beef brisket with yam noodles and veggies


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dam looks nice
how u make that beef?
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I gotta stop going to Safeway after the gym. I completely forgot what I needed and left with pancakes, syrup and milk.


I havent had pancakes in like 10 years.
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Made fried chicken. Yup I said fried. Co-worker gave me a paleo recipe and worked around it.

Batter is just almond flour or grinded steel cut oats (more carbs), flax seed, coconut flour, and un sweetened coconut flakes, chili flakes.

Toss diced chicken in egg wash then throw in batter until covered.

****edit you want to dice the chicken fairly small so you can just drop it into the small amount of oil and take it out right away

1 inch height of extra virgin coconut oil, flash fry just until batter is golden brown, took about 10-15 seconds of tossing chicken around the oil just lightly coating everything, then take out of the pan and place on baking tray and finish in the oven for about 10-15 minutes. (after drying chicken on paper towel for excess oil to come off)

then thats it.

toss in hot sauce.....

voila. semi Paleo Style fried chicken. Was. very. very. Tasty.
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i also made the other guys tuna salad in a pita thing, but i left out the bean sprouts
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Old 02-22-2012, 12:32 AM   #167
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Man as soon as I saw that post about pancakes I had to make some.

I don't remember the exact measurements because I was too excited to experiment with something but I combined about 4-5 scoops of protein powder (thought using chocolate would be cool so I did) coconut flour, and steel cut oats. Some splenda, 2 eggs and 1.5 tsps of baking powder. Add milk until has same consistency of pancake batter, lumpy is good! Add blue berries. Eat with zero sugar maple syrup.
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bout to bbq some chicken drumsticks

last meal of the day so no carbs..
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Fuckin hell that looks so good. Is that pork hock?
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No it's a bunch of gyudon beef (if you have ever eaten at Yoshinoya you know what this tastes like) wrapped around a big bone, and then wrapped in bacon
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Like Ramen? How about a jumbo bowl with a double helping of pork, double garlic, double cabbage and sprouts, an egg, and some extra pork fat thrown on top



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Speaking of pancakes I make one nearly every morning.

1/2 cup egg whites
1/4 cup quick oats
1 scoop of vanilla whey
Sugar free maple syrup
Tbsp of natural crunch peanut butter spread on top

I usually roll it up. Add a banana in the middle for a banana roll up for added carbs


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Old 02-23-2012, 03:11 PM   #174
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Tonight dinner, for a total of about 4 bucks.
Preseasoned Costco Pork seared with Coconut oil
Yammers with some random seasoning
Asparagus baked with olive oil and a pinch of salt.

67g's protein in the pork according to costco's packaging.
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fishball and chicken with japanese curry on brown rice.

first time i made it, i followed the direction on the box but found it too watery.
this time i tried it with half the water and it came out perfect.

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