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Old 06-21-2008, 10:30 PM
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Here are my most used/loved recipes:


Celery, cleaned or Green Beans (any syle)
Other Veggies I haven't tried

Apple Cider Vinegar
Seasoned Salt

Put Apple Cider Vinegar and A few dashes of seasoned salt to cup. (Narrow and tall is better for the celery and short but wide is better for green beans.)

Crunch up celery to make it more "splintered" but still retaining its form, or green beans from a can or whatever and place into cup. Mix a bit or just let sit for a minute or two then eat. Delicious!

For the green beans you may want to drain the excess after they've soaked a bit.


1/2 cup old fashioned oats
bit of water, just enough to wet the oats with a very little bit leftover
A few dashes of cinnamon
1/2 cup skim CC

Put oats in pot, add water, mix around a bit (if you have too much excess water, drain it), place on Stove on Medium setting. Add a few generous shakes of cinnamon (enough to cover the top layer of oats) then mix while stove is heating up. Let cook for 5 mins or so, mix again, then let heat while mixing until desired consistency, put into bowl.

Add 1/2 cup skim CC, stir, eat quickly! Enjoy! (If you don't eat it quick it gets cold from the CC)

3g fat, 32g carbs, 19g protein
4g fiber, 5g sugar

I eat this for breakfast everyday. Add more oatmeal or CC to meet desired taste, macros.

I have recently changed this to add 1 scoop of ON van ice cream after cooking the oatmeal, while mixing in the CC. Not as good tasting but more protein and a faster digesting protein so it's a lot more efficient for breakfast to get the catabolic hormones in check. =] Will try it with other whey flavors when available.


8oz Chicken breast
Can of no salt added french style green beans
Cup - 1 1/2 cups Frank's Red Hot OR 1/2 cup Lemon Pepper Seasoning Salt (Trying Mesquite Chicken soon)

Put chicken breast from freezer into pot, add water, add Frank's Red hot or Lemon Pepper Seasoning Salt. Boil on medium - 6 for 20 or more minutes.
Drain Can of Green Beans. Slice Chicken or mash up and add to green beans.

Kinda bland but check out the macros:

6g (most likely less) fat, 52g protein, 14 carbs
7g fiber, 7g sugar

And usually the fat that's in the chicken gets boiled out of the inside and you can just scrape it off, so it's probably 2.5-0g of fat.

Can of Deming's Pink (wild caught alaskan) Salmon (in the blue can, approximately 1.88 at Wal-mart I believe).
Open, Drain, eat from Can.

Delicious! Eat the bones, they are just calcium and and some nice crunch!

1/4cup (About 7 servings)
Fat 3g, 15g protein, 0 carbs
782mg of Omega 3 per serving.

I just tried the Protein pancakes and they were delicious! But I tried it after blending it and it tasted better as a shake then as a pancake. I did a combo 1/2 scoop ON van ice cream, 1/2 scoop Body Fortress Cookies n cream. MMM!

Will try it with oats next.
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Old 06-25-2008, 02:07 AM
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Tuna Salad Sandwich

I can of tuna

3/4 cup of low fat cottage cheese

couple pieces of celery chopped

1 zesty pickle chopped

two egg whites from a boiled egg

franks red hot

a little mustard

some pepper

mix well and put on some whole grain wheat bread
or just eat by itself. I like the cottage cheese because it acts like Mayo in the mixture but is healthy. taste great.
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Old 09-17-2008, 08:41 PM
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Spicy Tuna

1can tuna in water
dash of garlic powder
dash of onion powder
tabasco sauce (I put lots on cause I love the stuff)
lemon juice
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Old 04-21-2009, 07:07 PM
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This is a good one for the 5th meal of the day on a cut:

6 oz lean (93% ground beef)
Two onion wheels (about 1/4 inch thick) (diced)
Three sweet pepper wheels (about 3/8 inch thick) (diced)
1 oz of your favorite cheese (Cheddar at 5/0/7 P/C/F and Mozz at 8/0/6 P/C/F are good choices)
Salt (to taste)
Pepper (to taste)
Parmesan cheese (optional)
Olive oil (optional)

Brown ground beef (in its own fat) along with the diced onions/peppers. Break up the beef as you go. Just keep breaking it up until you get the chunk size you want. Total browning time should be about 5 minutes. Add the cheese at the end and let it come to a melt. Salt/pepper to taste.

Now, you can optionall add olive oil and Parmesan cheese. Here are the various combinations and their macro content:

With Cheddar Cheese: 41/5/19 (355 Cals)
With Mozzarella: 44/5/18 (358 Cals)

Cheddar with 1 Tsp Olive Oil: 41/5/23 (391 Cals)
Mozzarella with 1 Tsp Olive Oil: 44/5/22 (394 Cals)

Cheddar with 1 Tbsp Parmesan: 44/5/21 (385 Cals)
Mozarella with 1 TBsp Parmesan: 47/5/20 (388 Cals)

Cheddar with 1 Tsp Olive Oil and 1 Tbsp Parmesan: 44/5/25 (421 Cals)
Mozarella with 1 Tsp Olive Oil and 1 Tbsp Parmesan: 47/5/24 (424 Cals)
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Originally Posted by RGKfit View Post
Bodybuilder of my favorites and very quick and easy...

1/2 c. raw oats
1/2 c. ff cottage cheese
5 eggwhites
1 tsp. vanilla
cinnamon(just sprinkle in till your heart is content)
(add blueberies if you can have them)

Put all ingredients in a blender, blend for a short period, will be consistency of pancake mix. Have a hot griddle ready and pour "batter" in pancake size servings and grill. Flip over, takes about 2-3 minutes, top with sugar free syrup if you like. (hazlenut is good)
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Old 07-24-2013, 08:31 AM
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i am thinking of picking which one and leaving which one as there is a good amount of cooking options are well available here

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