15 pounds of raw spinach a day.
Why would this not be a good idea for a cut?
Just buy a bunch of those jumbo sized pre-washed organic spinach leaves in bulk, throw some of them in a high powered blender, maybe add some zero cal sweetener, ginger, and lemon for taste. Repeat.
Great macros (195g of protein), tons of micros, plenty of fiber to keep you full. Nearly unlimited delicious spinach shakes.
What do you think /fit/?
A spinach portion that yields 195g of protein would similarly give over 150g of fiber.
If you want to destroy your asshole, go ahead.
And this is coming from someone who eats a container of kale every other day. (Pic related.)
Adopt an approach you can maintain.
I doubt you'd even be able to eat it all without exploding.
Also enjoy your kidney stones, less bioavailable protein, and diarrhea.
A good diet consists of more than just one food.
If you really want to go on a single-food diet (dumb, but I won't belabor that) then Quinoa with pesto or olive oil is probably the best option. Good protein, fiber and micronutrients with just enough carbs to keep you going. You do need to add fats to most plant foods though, so don't skip the Olive oil.
literally gorilla diet.
but why not eat tree leaves instead? they are free and probably more healthy if you pick them from some forest.
Frozen spinach has shit texture, but freezing is preferable to canning when it comes to nutrient retention.
Fresh is obviously your best bet, followed by frozen and then canned, but canned veggies will keep longer, especially if there's a power outage. I generally stick to fresh vegetables but keep a few cans in the pantry in case there's a hurricane or something.