basically im sick and tired of the same old chicken and pasta/rice everyday so im looking for more food that can give me roughly the same amount of calories and protein. my normal daily meals consist of porridge chicken 2 breasts for lunch then chicken and pasta or rice for dinner, so any suggestions on mixing it up a little
Tbhfam, I eat whatever I want within reason.
>them sweet poptarts in the morning
>occasionally eating meat lovers pizza
>lots of sweet potatoes
I effortlessly maintain 12% BF, plus i'm still making gains, though they have slowed down recently. Thank you based intermittent fasting.
gonna teach you how to make the best chicken ever.
>turn on oven on the hottest temperature possible
>get chicken breast (thicker ones like your pic is best)
>bbq sauce or any sauce you like (not too much tho)
>garlic over the bbq chicken and cover the garlic and sauce with a slice of cheese
>oven for 15 minutesuntil the cheese gratinate
>Poor and can't afford to hit protein goals let alone caloric
>Some days during the week i eat 800 cals a day because i have no choice
>Canned Tuna/Canned veggies/Rice/Eggs when i can
>Gov't says i'm too rich for food stamps
>People on welfare make more than me.
I'll never make it, i still lift though. Been lifting the same weight for months with many deloads, thank god for fitness for $10. Any other extreme poorfags know this feel? I usually have less than 15 dollars of residual at the end of the month assuming i don't let any bills lapse.
>Tired of based gains bird
Never going to make it
In all seriousness, add tuna and fish to your diet. Eat lean red meat in very small portions once a week, learn to cook and stop being so autistic about your diet.
Made some cesar sallad last night with a friend.
>Fry chicken and bacon
>Fry some bread with garlic and butter
>Chop romaine lettuce, tomatos, red onion
>Drown it in parmesan cheese and caesar dressing
10/10 will make more often in the future, quick and tasty as fuark
learn to cook curries.
learn to cook a lentil dahl.
ignore the veganity of this, but it is this simple:
perhaps you'll need to spend a few buck to get some spices, but you don't need many different ones, and they last forever.
i've been having different curries, dahl and rice 4/7 nights a week for the last 3 or 4 weeks.it is good eating, good pooping, healthy tasty and you can just make more so that you can heat up lunch the next day. the dahl takes maybe an hour to cook with only 5-10 minutes prep, then you leave it. a curry takes no more than 20 minutes to make, they are basically just onions, spice, chicken, liquid, vegetables in that order.
how the fuck do people do this
I mean seriously, I'm a college student who works a minimum wage job 3 days a week, and pay for my own place yet still have plenty of money to get more than enough food I need to eat 3200+ cal/days.
Find a local farmers market or a store with locally sourced produce / meats. I get my chicken for $1.37/lb.