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    Default Post your meals!

    Here you can post pics of your meals and explain how you made it etc!

    Ill start this off....


    This was my breakfast after 10 hours of sleep...needed to load up on protein, carbs and fat!



    5 whole eggs( scrambled with some smoked meat cut into pieces in it for taste, 1 croissant and two slices wheat bread!

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    I posted this on the MD board and eating it as I type this. This recipe is pretty much how I made the batch I'm eating but I've since seen some alterations I want to make going forward. I need to work on a good soffrito which most say is the key for good Arroz con Pollo (or all Puerto Rican cooking). The pic isn't quite doing it justice but it does taste good.

    Arroz con Pollo

    Ingredients:

    - 2 lbs of chicken breast cut into bite sized cubes
    - EVOO
    - 2 cups rice
    - one small onion chopped
    - one red pepper
    - small jar of green olives
    - packet of Sazon Goya
    - Garlic powder

    In a pan, brown the chicken breast which has been sprinkled with garlic powder in some evoo until nearly cooked through. You may need to do in stages. Set aside

    Cook the rice per the instructions. While rice is cooking, saute the onions and peppers until soft. When soft, mix into the rice along with the packet of Sazon Goya and continue cooking the rice. When the rice is nearly done, add the olives and chicken and cook until rice and the chicken is fully cooked. This should be timed so it's only another 5 minutes or so.

    This usually gives me about 5 servings.


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    Eso se ve delicioso Mouse!

    Nice to see some latin cookin in here man!

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    Today so far:

    8am - Breakfast, 2 cups of oats mixed with glutamine, glass of milk and a tiny bit of tuna mixed with 3 eggs.

    10am - Training (legs, I'm still shaking and having difficulty to walk )
    2 bananas and a big protein shake at the gym after training.

    12pm - Lunch, 2 chicken breasts and and 2 potatoes mashed

    3pm - Protein shake mixed with Glutamine and a cup of oats

    3:30pm - 5:30pm - Slept

    7pm - Dinner, just making now, two turkey breasts, steamed broccoli, carrots, peas and brown rice.

    10pm - Before bed time I will have a small protein shake.

    Edit. This routine rarely varies unless I need to go away for work which is semi rare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gray View Post
    Today so far:

    8am - Breakfast, 2 cups of oats mixed with glutamine, glass of milk and a tiny bit of tuna mixed with 3 eggs.

    10am - Training (legs, I'm still shaking and having difficulty to walk )
    2 bananas and a big protein shake at the gym after training.

    12pm - Lunch, 2 chicken breasts and and 2 potatoes mashed

    3pm - Protein shake mixed with Glutamine and a cup of oats

    3:30pm - 5:30pm - Slept

    7pm - Dinner, just making now, two turkey breasts, steamed broccoli, carrots, peas and brown rice.

    10pm - Before bed time I will have a small protein shake.

    Edit. This routine rarely varies unless I need to go away for work which is semi rare.
    Sollid diet man! what do you do that u can sleep and train during the day? homejob?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrinceVegeta View Post
    Sollid diet man! what do you do that u can sleep and train during the day? homejob?
    I actually work nights as a civil engineer, so my sleeping hours is always varied and tough. I work from 1am - 4am only, not much, but still enough to screw with a pattern. My days I have free. This week I'm not working so can catch up on some sleep.

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    Today so far:

    6:30 AM - 4 whole eggs + 2 egg whites, 100 grams of oats, omegas 3+6+9, calcium and magnesium.

    10:00 AM - 33 grams of whey protein, 2 table spoons of pb and a banana

    12:30 PM - 1 large chicken breast, some kind of pie with eggs and ham, veggies, BCAA's

    4:00 PM - 33 grams of whey protein, 50 grams of oats

    7:00 PM - 2 chicken breasts, whole grain spaghetti, veggies, multi vitamin, omega 3, BCAA's

    10:00 PM (we're not there yet, but this will be 33 grams of whey protein, 2 table spoons of pb)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nic Brunicardi View Post
    Today so far:

    6:30 AM - 4 whole eggs + 2 egg whites, 100 grams of oats, omegas 3+6+9, calcium and magnesium.

    10:00 AM - 33 grams of whey protein, 2 table spoons of pb and a banana

    12:30 PM - 1 large chicken breast, some kind of pie with eggs and ham, veggies, BCAA's

    4:00 PM - 33 grams of whey protein, 50 grams of oats

    7:00 PM - 2 chicken breasts, whole grain spaghetti, veggies, multi vitamin, omega 3, BCAA's

    10:00 PM (we're not there yet, but this will be 33 grams of whey protein, 2 table spoons of pb)
    Nice, yeah those work hours can fuck your patterns up! keep up the good work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrinceVegeta View Post
    Nice, yeah those work hours can fuck your patterns up! keep up the good work!
    Thanks bro!
    Yeah, I'm not that good at packing lunchboxes with meals for the day at the office, so I have to rely on a few shakes during the day.

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    6:00 - 1 scoop shake, buckwheat honey
    6:05 - Morning pills
    6:30 - 6 Whole Omega3 Eggs with 1 cup Oatmeal
    8:00 - Shake with PB
    10:00 - Steak, Chicken, Brussel and Broc
    12:00 - Same with Rice and Protein Shake
    3:00 - Preworkout shake and coffee, then more coffee, maybe a little more
    4:00 - Train
    6:00 - PostWorkout Shake with PB and Honey
    6:05 - PostWorkout Supps
    6:30 - Steak, Fish, Brussel and Broc
    8:00 - Shake with PB
    9:30 - Chicken and Broc
    11:00 - Bedtime Shake with PB and HONEY

    Intake gets gauged on (TMI WARNING) bathroom habits. If I feel that my body is wasting too much food I cut back, but this has been my meals for the winter months. So far I have been staying at 240lbs and losing inches around my waist. Can't stand to strict diet or mass gain, I always feel weak or fat (yes, i know, thats the point of dieting and mass gaining LOL)

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    Until Contest prep. My current Diet will be as follows:

    530am - pro. shake w/ oats and 2 tablespoons natty pb

    Pwo- pro.shake w/ waixy

    9am- 5 omega 3eggs, 2 pieces wheat toast.

    1pm- 8oz chicken breast w/ 1cup brown rice and 1/4 cup peanuts

    5pm- Pro. Shake with 2 tablespoons natty pb

    8pm- 8oz lean ground beef w/ sweet potato and salad w/olive oil and balsimic vinegar

    10pm-Pro. Shake w/ natty pb.. 2 tablespoons..

    Yum.. one cheat meal once a week..

    still sitting pretty at 190lbs. 5'7

    I know I know.. im tiny.. trust me the mirror dont lie either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelWayne View Post
    6:00 - 1 scoop shake, buckwheat honey
    6:05 - Morning pills
    6:30 - 6 Whole Omega3 Eggs with 1 cup Oatmeal
    8:00 - Shake with PB
    10:00 - Steak, Chicken, Brussel and Broc
    12:00 - Same with Rice and Protein Shake
    3:00 - Preworkout shake and coffee, then more coffee, maybe a little more
    4:00 - Train
    6:00 - PostWorkout Shake with PB and Honey
    6:05 - PostWorkout Supps
    6:30 - Steak, Fish, Brussel and Broc
    8:00 - Shake with PB
    9:30 - Chicken and Broc
    11:00 - Bedtime Shake with PB and HONEY

    Intake gets gauged on (TMI WARNING) bathroom habits. If I feel that my body is wasting too much food I cut back, but this has been my meals for the winter months. So far I have been staying at 240lbs and losing inches around my waist. Can't stand to strict diet or mass gain, I always feel weak or fat (yes, i know, thats the point of dieting and mass gaining LOL)
    Wow! You're a hungry fellah

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    MW.. how do you not sleep? .. man.. props on the 11 meals holyshit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KindaSwol View Post
    MW.. how do you not sleep? .. man.. props on the 11 meals holyshit.
    Have a difficult time falling asleep, now waking up, THATS the hard part! Eating that much is easy, always loved to cook and eat. The more I do it, the more I learn.

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    I find cooking to be the biggest pain in the ass. Feels like I'm forever in the kitchen chopping up chicken and vegetables, washing up, or preparing my next meal even. .....
    Last edited by Peaceful28; 02-13-2009 at 11:59 PM.

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