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CrimCrim 07-12-2011 11:33 AM

What does your typical day look like while bulking/cutting
 
This include when you cook and what you cook.

I'm trying to get some ideas, as my day is pretty bland and most of the time I just don't eat because I don't know what to cook/don't want to clean up the dishes after.

Morning

1/2 cup steel cut oats
4 scrambled eggs (sometimes with cabbage/onions)
A piece of fruit
Coffee

Lunch
Chicken
Tortillas made from scratch (I nixtamalize my own corn)
Something green if I feel like it
Maybe some beans if I've made them

Dinner
2 Chicken Legs or a chicken breast
Something Green (Broccoli, cabbage, bok choy, or spinach)

Throughout the day I' m not really sure what I eat haha. If I have tuna on hand probably that, sweet potatoes, I usually make my own tortillas. Usually I have yogurt, raisins, carrots, nuts on hand too. So between my larger meals I usually snack on these things. Maybe even PBJ sandwiches if I'm really hungry. I've made my own cottage cheese a few times but it's a little bit of a hassle so I don't do it often (can't buy it here).

I really hate cleaning dishes though. That's probably the biggest reason why I don't eat as much. There's really no such thing as "healthy food" where I live... so it's not like I have the option of going out to grab something healthy.

Commander 07-12-2011 11:53 AM

Something quick and easy I do for bulking currently is mix heavy cream, protein powder, whole eggs and some water (to thin it out a little, otherwise it is like pudding) in a blender and drink. The fat in the heavy cream helps your body properly use the protein, and it tastes delicious. And the added bonus....only one thing to clean.

I also like oatmeal soaked in lemon juice than rinsed out. It is probably easier to clean to cooked oatmeal since cooked oatmeal becomes like concrete when it dries out.

I feel guilty, feeding into your laziness. :p

In truth, to have a successful cut or bulk, you are going to need to get used to cooking and cleaning.

Ratcat 07-15-2011 04:55 AM

Hi. What do you mean by. (I nixtamalize my own corn). I had to look that word up. :o I hadn't seen it before. How do you do this? :)

jannet 03-26-2012 06:54 AM

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