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/fit/ I'm hungry as fuck. Give me your /fit/ recipes to expand my culinary horizons.
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>>35166153
Because I'm lazy what I eat the same thing for lunch every day.

Put a knob of butter (dem fats) and however many eggs you like (I use 4-6) in a saucepan.
Stir constantly, occasionally taking it off the heat and putting it back on the heat.
Do this until it starts to resemble classic scrambled eggs.
Here I like to add in some paprika and hot sauce.
Take off the eat and continue to scramble so it doesn't overcook.

Serve with rice, kidney beans and if you want some salsa. Quick and tasty lunch with everything you need.
The butter makes the eggs silky smooth.
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>>35166194
Also if I want loads of protein I add a can of tuna into that bad boy.
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>>35166194
Have you ever added a bit of milk to the eggs? Makes em all fluffy and moist.
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>>35166193
Fuck, I just remembered I haven't bought honey in months. I knew I was missing something.

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And oh my fucking god - today I got the idea to take my homemade granola (1), remove the 0 cal Walden Farms spread from that and from the Ezekiel bread (2) and combine the two (3).

Gonna sprinkle pomegranates on it tomorrow onward as well. I should remember to take exact measurements and figure out the macros to attach to the recipe tomorrow. Who knows, maybe one of you will like it.

You know that scent you get when walking by a bakery and coffee shop? That's what the bowl smells like. So fucking good.
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>>35166285
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>>35166280
I have but prefer adding butter myself.
You should try it if you haven't anon.
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>ground beef
>chopped bell pepper
>chopped avocado chunks
>chopped chunks of whatever cheese you like best
>white rice
>coconut milk
>lime juice
>apple cider vinegar

Okay mi famiglia the first step is to wash the rice THOROUGHLY. Then when you're ready to cook it only use about half as much water as you would normally, pour coconut milk in to replace the other half. Steam that shit.

Meanwhile throw as much ground beef as you want in a frying pan and cook it up with that ACV. I cook it with the top on for a while, if you do this watch out it'll make your eyes burn like a motherfucker. Once it's cooked to your liking drain off whatever liquid is left and keep it on low heat.

Also during this period you cut all the green shit up.

Anyway once the rice is getting softer and there's less liquid in the pot, pour in a little more coconut milk and then squirt in a bunch of lime juice. Like, more than you think you'll need. Not a shitload though. Continue steaming for a bit. Once all that liquid is gone and your rice is nice and soft you're good to go.

Pour all the meat in a bowl, then all the green shit and whatever cheese you chose, then put the rice on top. Mix it all together. You're done. Butter optional if you want but the rice is fine without it.
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>>35166177

made these once. fucking awful. Was much nicer when I decided to fry the eggs and have the sardines over rice with hot chilli and fresh herbs. Something like 50g protein from a tin of sardines + 2 eggs, good cheap meal
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>>35166175
just tried this, fucking delicious. thanks familia.
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>can of tuna
>pasta
>sauce
boil pasta, put in tuna, put in sauce.
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>>35166169
>turkey
idk man, that never tastes really good

also, where do you get chicken stock that's not artificial and full of crap?
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>>35166683
From chicken.
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>>35166710
sure, if you have infinite free time you can do anything
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>>35166683
Costco senpai. they got organic chicken stock
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salmon stake with salt, pepper and lemon, garlic asparagus, and boiled sweet potato with butter cinnamon and nutmeg with whole milk
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>>35166153
1 cup of broccoli
1 cup of cauliflower
150 g of legumes
3 carrots
some cabbage leaves or a spring onion

pressure cooker, possibly steamer cooker

10 minutes et voilà, add 1 spoon of extra-virgin olive oil

roughly ~900kcal, ~38g of proteins, 0% cancer, difficulty: babby tier
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>>35166645
kek, I'm about to do this now with mayo and spinach.
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Caught a 6 kilo snapper at the pier last night
I will eat the whole fucker today
Got any good fish recipes? I usually just lemon pepper with garlic or whatever i feel like and cook in foil. I want something new.
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Monioring this tread.
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>>35166607
Apply the same principles and you can make them out of anything. Think spinach, ground turkey, etc.
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>>35167836
You are doing it right. Fresh fish does not need much. However if you can afford in terms of calories, add tomato sauce, some cheese and oregano on top. Wrap it in foil, and to the oven (or grill) for about 20 minutes.
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>>35167836
>>35167935
With a snapper I'd have lemon butter sauce (with challots and parsely) and then served with whatever you want to eat it with.
I'd have it with some lightly grilled cherry tomatoes and salad.
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>>35166153
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>>35167116
>900cal
Wat
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Some permabulking fat fucks in here
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>>35168104
He forgot to note down the couple gallons of spunk he guzzles with the meal.
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>>35166285
holy shit this is exactly what I do, never thought it was a thing
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>>35166153
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Three portions of Liquid egg whites and half an ounce of bacon crumbles from Costco. Microwave the bacon crumbles for 30 seconds, no more, then spray the bowl with cooking spray and add the egg whites, then you put in Morningstar sausage patties, frozen spinach, corn, chicken (Costco $5 cooked whole chicken) whatever you want, then microwave it for 3 minutes on high. Put cheese on top and microwave for another 30 seconds.

One bowl, one spoon, no pans to wash, and you can cook it in a dorm room or efficiency hotel. Good protein and fat, tastes good.
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>>35168104
beans are calorie dense as fuck
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>>35168010
Ill give this ago, thanks anon
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>>35166175
based
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>>35166153
Put two eggs into the cup of milk for a thicker casserole.
>>35166175
That must be one hell of a bug can or some awfully small patties.
>>35166185
If you are trying to cut calories and boost protein, use 2x Greek yogurt, 3/4 cup of yogurt to 1/4 cup mayo and it will still be creamy. The mayo cuts the yogurt taste.
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>>35168159
No problem anon. Hope you like it.
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>>35166285
I like to do this but stick some veg in like broccoli with the rice.
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>>35166169
Is this his first time cooking anything ever?
That is fucking godawful and made with cheap shite. Delete immediately from your folder.

>>35166308
Gets posted every single time. Why he bothered to make a 14 step guide to "put cooked chicken in between two slices of bread" is beyond me.
Looks fucking cheap, disgusting and bland. If you think this is good cooking you don't deserve to have taste buds.
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>>35168352
>14 step guide to "put cooked chicken in between two slices of bread"
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>>35168352
>not needing a 14 image guide to make a sandwich

Get outta here normie
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>>35168137
>>>/fat/
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>>35168352
>Is this his first time cooking anything ever?
recommend a better recipe if you can

I never cooked anything like that but I need to start because I'm getting sick of eating roasted chicken parts every damn week
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>>35168352
That "chili" recipe is actually pretty decent.
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Bump for more foods.
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Can we get more cutting foods?
I'm down to 2100 cal/day and this shit gets hard when you love to eat.
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>>35166285
Cook here.
Anyone who likes this kind of stir fry: go buy Oyster Sauce (trust me) and add it to rice along with soy and a tiny bit of bbq (best if from leftover bbq chicken)
Umami is what makes a rice dish
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lanklet skelly reporting..
Post more of dem juicy foods.
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>>35166153
assuming you're not bulking or just want a snack (also makes a nice desert)

any number of apples
decide how many slices of each apple you want and if you want to peel them. 2 is perfectly fine for me as i hate taking forever to cut them

per every apple:
lightly cover non-skin area in cinnamon
drizzle small amount of honey (if you cut them up into small slices id just dip them in honey)
peanut butter of your choice

stuff almonds etc. into peanut butter as desired (if on a bulk add bits of cookie dough)

bake 10 minutes
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>>35168542
>>35168352
Nah, he's right.

Working as a chef now, I can only cook really good food for myself. It cannot be done cheaply, every chef hates that.

For example I grow my own veggies, make my own bread, get fresh eggs and meat from the village I live in, just to make a nice breakfast for myself.

If you don't put effort into cooking, some people actually value you less, since they think you are sloppy in everything you do. Weird innit.

Picture is what I had for dinner yesterday.
Goose on bitter tomato/garlic sauce, with smoked onion and rice because fuck it, I didn't have potatoes.
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>>35170432
Forgot to attach the picture.
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>>35170448
You clearly work as a chef in a taco joint cos your plating sucks big time.
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>>35170530
I don't do plates, I'm a saucier mate.
Interns do plates.
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>>35170432
>It cannot be done cheaply, every chef hates that.
you don't live in the real world then, m8s

a big batch quick and cheap is the name of the game, and it can taste less than optimal I don't care as long as it has the nutrients
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>>35170546
Not saying it doesn't look delicious tho. It does. Maybe go easier with the oil that you used to finish the plate. It formed a border sorrounding your sauce that does not look that pleasing.
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>>35170581
I mean, when I'm not cooking, I can eat shit other people cook, but when I'm supposed to do something, I'll do it properly.
Throwing frozen meat with prepackaged spices isn't cooking, it's laziness.
>>35170614
I appreciate you saying that.
I'll watch the oil next time, I'm just not experienced with cooking goose that much. Didn't get the taste pallet quite right yet, so I'm still figuring it out.
(It's hard doing the sauce for the hard meat, if I'm being honest)
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>>35170716
it's not frozen meat, just low quality ground turkey

> prepackaged spices
yeah, that's where you lose me. it's absolutely good enough, adds nothing to the nutritional value of the food actually.
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>>35170770
I rather eat food that has actually some taste to it, it goes easier down your throat. If you don't go crazy with salt, spices do not have any negative effects on you either.
I'm not gonna eat plain chicken with rice and broccoli meme meal everyday, just to feel good about myself.

But each to their own.
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>>35166153
ec stack lol
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>>35166169

I made this yesterday. I'm a cooking noob but it turned out great and tasted delicious. Made a couple substitutions though.
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>at home preparing to cook oats
>get idea
>crack two eggs into a bowl
>beat them
>start cooking oats
>halfway into cooking process add eggs
>eggy oats

It tasted really fucking good, maen
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>>35166683
Leftover chicken bones boiled in salted water. People seem to forget chickens (or any meat for that matter) are animals and have bones.
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>>35168221
>not being on a perma bulk while doing SS
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You want to eat a bunch of spinach and meat because they are amazing? You don't like spinach? Well, fuck you, you'll like this. Buy light laughing cow swiss cheese wedges (or other low calorie but tasty soft cheese, but laughing cow works well). Buy some fresh spinach. Get a pot. Throw some spinach in there (handfuls of the stuff, it really shrinks) and one or two laughing cow wedges. Heat until the spinach starts wilting. Some people use a little water, but just a little. You're not going to drain anything and I rarely have to add any. Stir and eat. Creamy spinach bitch. Tastes amazing and hardly anything added. The best thing about it is that it's good cold, and makes reheated pork taste amazing and less dry. So you can bulk cook this shit and be awesome. If you want something more jazzy, then add something like another wedge of cheese, parmesan shreds when done, salt, pepper, oil, vinegar, hot sauce, or anything else that floats your little boat. But spinach and pork are amazing and easy.

>>35166185
For chicken and/or tuna salad: Add a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar. I prefer pecans to walnuts. Consider adding dill (or other herbs/dried herbs) if you like it. And if you go the greek yogurt route like >>35168187 suggests, also consider adding crumbled hard boiled egg yolks (and whites if you like). It adds something really nice to it without having to use mayo. And don't buy "light" mayo. Buy the the "olive oil" mayo (it's also light but tastes much better).
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>>35166683
You can buy regular ground beef, cook, drain, and RINSE (important part) most of the fat off and get pretty lean meat. Similar to 95% beef or so, and for much, much cheaper. Turkey is what, 98%? So you're not far off. I personally hate ground turkey, so will use beef in all my recipes, and if I'm watching the fat content, will rinse my beef.

The best thing to do for chicken stock is to buy a whole chicken, throw that bitch in a crock pot for many hours with a bunch of water and whatever else you'd like to flavor it (onion, herbs, whatever), and let it cook. When you're done, you have chicken for soups, salad, plain, whatever that is tender and nice. And you have a nice batch of "stock" to use for other things. Freeze the chicken or the stock if you're not going to use it right away, but it's there, and it's delicious, and you'll love it. Keep the stock in the fridge to cool and take the layer of fat off the top and then freeze if you're doing that.
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>>35172058
>>35166729
>>35166683
Literally, just buy a precooked rotisserie chicken. Eat it. Throw everything you don't eat in a pot. Throw in a large carrot, two stalks of celery, a few cloves of garlic and an onion. You don't even have to peel or cut that shit up. Add a splash of white or apple cider vinegar, cover with water. Heat on a stove or in a crook pot on low to med heat. Walk away, do something with your life for 6-8 hours then strain out the solids. It's like ten min of effort and way better than any store bought shit. Prolevel: learn to spice.
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My sodium consumption is waaaay too high, but everything else is pretty much g2g, and I'm staying under 2000 cal/day

What're the effects of too much sodium, without too many calories?
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>>35172641
You might get a little thirsty
Simple application of water can solve it
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>>35166153
>tfw people are posting picture recipes you've made 3 years ago
>tfw you've since lost the way and become fat
>tfw you're still lurking /fit/
>tfw having beer and pizza while seeing this
>tfw haven't lifted in months

;_;
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>>35174988
Same bro. We can get back on track. Just remember, an hour and a half of your day and then sweet gains.
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>>35172306
That's poulet au pot. Roast the chicken first, pull the meat off it, then boil the bones for soup.
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>>35166153
>zucchini
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>>35170716
There is literally nothing wrong with spice mixes. A lot of stuff that's Asian, for example, would have things like white pepper, Thai pepper, star aniseed, shit like that, and it would cost a fortune and they'd go bad before you used them. Better to just buy five spice, garam masala, shit like that.
>>35170530
>2016 minus three weeks
>not eating out of the pot
I Shiggy Diggy Doo.
>>35170221
Baby cut carrots on sale at meijer $1/lb for microwave in bag.
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Getting sick of chicken just reading this thread. For the love of god post red meat before I vomit.
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Personally, I don't like chicken stock. I use beef bones.
Just go to a butcher and ask for dog bones, especially ones with the marrow showing.

Take them, boil in pot for 5 - 10 minutes. This will bring out impurities. Dump out water and bones, quickly rinse the bones and toss back into a pot of water again.

Add onions, celery, etc.

Boil for 6-8 hours.

If you want to go asian style, do the same as above and add an oxtail or two but when throwing in your aromatics. Use cloves, cinnamon, fennel (lightly toasted in a pan and put into satchet), throw it in the pot. Also char your onions and ginger. Throw it into the pot. This is the soup base for a pho beef broth.

If you want a pho broth, then add some salt, fish sauce and yellow rock sugar.

After 6 hours or so. Strain out the solids. Put the broth in the fridge and remove the fat that congeals on the top. If you have any identifiable pieces of meat from the oxtail, set that aside to eat.

Now you have pho broth! (if you want specifics, just google up beef pho broth)
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>>35175174
Whoops, also forgot about the star anise. Add that for the spices too.
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>>35167088

way too overcooked
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>>35174988
>on my way to making it
>visit dad, buy groceries
>he's trying to lose weight
>come home later
>say to dad smells good, what did you make
>pasta
>me go to fridge
>dad where is the butter
>there wasn't much left, I finished it
>I had just bought a block of kerrygold the day before
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>>35175174

>not baking or bbqing the bones beforehand
>bring out the impurities

not gonna make it
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>>35175602
You can bake or bbq the bones? Didn't know that. What kind of a taste difference does it make?
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>>35166169
i make this erday. its da bomb
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>>35170448
Did you have diarrhea on the plate prior to taking this pic
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>>35176194

>What kind of a taste difference does it make?

It would be like a burger fried in a pan vs on a bbq. Even if its just a gas flame, fire makes most meat taste pretty special.

It works with virtually every animal, from my understanding browning bones beforehand is more standard than just boiling the bones themselves. Baking it just adds a nice flavor as searing meat would, bbqing it (or smoking it, even better) gives it that awesome taste that fire and wood smoke can only give.

If your stock is going to be on the lighter side its probably better to bake. When you bbq them it will dominate most weak or subtle flavors, so it depends on what you need. But holy shit can it taste incredible when you match it up right. I smoked some turkey parts for a sauce (mostly neck, spine, pelvis) that normally calls for just boiling the bones (baked or unbaked) for the flavor. It was really amazing.

If your pho had beef meat in it and you used smoked beef bones that would taste pretty awesome. I really like the beef broth from the pho I've tried, the smoky flavor wouldn't be authentic I assume but you can just call it american fusion. Would still taste awesome. Normally I never smoke bones alone, I have the main meat going on and I just use the extra space for other stuff like sa
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>>35176362
Neat, will try baking the bones when I make my pho again
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>>35176439

the more you brown them the stronger that specific taste will be, I'd get them pretty brown the first time so the taste is clear and you know if you want more or less next time. A little more than this pic should be good, usually any meat/tissue on the bone will brown first then the edges of the bone and marrow.
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>>35176478
>>35176439
Protip - if you burn the tissue dont use it, the broth will taste like shit.
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>>35170432
>>35170448
that sauce looks really good! Is it low cal?
Pls post recipe or what this sauce is called so I can google it.
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>>35166175
1 can makes 6 42g patties of tuna? did you mean large can or small can? my tuna only has like 20g of protons in whole can
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>>35166175
300kcal per patty or for 6 patties?
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>>35175165
Sorry, senpai. I live in the US now, the beef doesn't taste like anything.
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Any good recipes for fatties cutting down?
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>>35179492
for what kind of meal or is it a snack
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EZ BULK Beef Wellington
3lbs ground beef
1lb Greek yoghurt
1lb shredded cheddar
1 package pizza dough

Set oven to 400F
Mix cheese and half package of yoghurt.
Form beef into a fat log
Slather a thick layer of cheese yoghurt of meat.
Wrap meat in pizza dough
Place on top rack of oven
Place pan on rack below to catch drippings
Cook for 40 minutes
Mix drippings with left over yoghurt to use as dipping sauce for meat.
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>>35166169
This
Fucking 10/10
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>>35179492
Raw vegan. It's literally impossible to eat enough calories to sustain a human on a raw vegan diet without binge eating a sack of potatoes or doing something obviously fucking stupid (had to add that last part because redditors will come in and say, "fruit is vegan!!!")
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>>35179647
That sounds like an awful idea, im not that bothered about shifting a few pounds
>>35179495
Either, good to have info in advance
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>>35166175
the flour is useless.
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>>35179694
>That sounds like an awful idea, im not that bothered about shifting a few pounds
Then kill yourself, fatass. Maybe you can take up keto and shovel steak, eggs, bacon, and cheese into your hole and tell everyone how great your diet is. If you're fat and you want to cut weight quick without being hungry, raw vegan is how you can do that.
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>>35179727
Green man please go and fucking stay go
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>>35179727
Raw veganism?

You're either trolling or an anorexic neet who has his mummy load up on sacks of nuts for him to gorge on 24/7.

>kill ur self lolz

Fuck you and all the other edgelord neckbeard twats who say this shit. I hate faggots who say vile shit like that because its 4chan and they can.
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>>35168137
Jesus Christ who thinks of this shit ?
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nachos, flanders style
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/bulk/
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>>35179820
You sound absolutely triggered as fuck. Don't get your blood pressure up too high, that fatass keto diet of yours is bound to stop your heart.
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>>35166285
>small eye of round

Are these random words put together?
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>>35174988
I fucked up too, anon. You motherfuckers helped me lose 80 pounds and get laid when I was in highschool. I gained 40 of that back albeit I grew a good 2 inches. I'm down around 20 now and have 25 more to go. We're all gonna make it even though I feel like a failure.
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I always cringe when I read "dead animals" in that pic. I can almost imagine some fucking retard thinking "hehehe im so clever" while making the image. if whoever made it is reading this just know youre cancer
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Made this last night, fucking delicious and doubles as a weak aromatase inhibitor for dat natural test boost and lower estrogen.

also real easy to make, you need:

>1 pack of white button mushrooms
>1 pack of shimeji mushrooms
>1 pack of maitake mushroom
>2 carrots
>1/4 cauliflower
>chicken broth powder
>soy sauce
>egg noodles

its important you get maitake mushroom because a great deal of the flavoring comes from them, dried is also ok but they have a much better texture fresh, the other mushrooms can be replaced if need be.

prep:
>chop up the button mushrooms into slices (remove the stems)
>cut away the base of the shimeji and maitake mushrooms, keep the stems, just remove the tough base
>cut or pull apart the cauliflower into smaller pieces
>peel and cut the carrots into circles
>boil a medium sized pot (i'm guesstimating 1L of water)
>add 2 spoons of chicken broth & 3 spoons of soy sauce (depnding on your soy and chicken broth you might need to add more/less, just make sure the water taste good and a little salty, doesnt have to be a super strong broth)
>throw the carrot in first
>give the carrots a 5 minute head start and dump the mushrooms in
>mix it around a little and close the lid on high heat for 10min
>add the cauliflower and lower the heat
>when the cauliflower starts getting soft add the noodles
>wait 5 minutes and its done

i'm sure this can be upgraded with some chicken & sprouts but i had none at the time..
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Breakfast burrito with 2 scrambled eggs, Onion sautéed in extra Virgin olive oil, 1/2 tsp minced garlic, about 1tbsp shredded sharp cheddar cheese, pepper, and just enough sea salt to taste it. I was out of whole wheat tortillas, but usually I eat those

Am I gonna make it?
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>>35180069
aww man that looks and sounds great.
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>>35180069
>burrito
No. It's like eating white bread. Cut out the pointless white carbs, and you will make it.
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>bag of lentils
>3 cups (or so) of soup
>1.5lbs of chicken
>small onion, chopped
>curry powder
>lil paprika
>salt n pepper
>ground ginger
>2 garlic cloves, chopped or like 3 tbs minced garlic

throw everything but chicken into crock pot (spices and all), then rub more of the spices on chicken and place ontop of lentils in crock pot
let sit on high for like 4-5 hrs and then remove the chicken (should be cooked by now if not wait until it is)
shred chicken in bowl and put shredded chicken back into mixture, mix it up
let that sit on low for a bit just to let juices get all in chicken and what no

blam you have a shit ton of "curry mush" you can heat up later and its fairly good for you
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>>35180135
When I say soup, I meant chicken broth lol didn't really make that clear
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>>35180112
Fuck, you're right...
Should have looked at that tortilla shell first.

If i can eat a small lunch, I can still clear under 2000 today, though. Cutting cals is new for me, but I'll get it.
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>>35180112
>What is IIFYM
>What is HIIT + caloric deficit
White bread mustard race faggot kys
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>>35179883
>2016
>not having weight plates as part of the kitchenware
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anyone eat buckwheat?

can anyone confirm it's good to have on the reg?
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>>35166274
I eat this every day, can confirm is delicious.
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>>35166285
I do this like twice a week
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>>35179727
Or I can eat a little bit less and move a little more instead of taking up an anorexic girls diet
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>>35170432
Shit artist desu
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>>35168542
No it isn't.

That is the worst pot of Chilli I have ever seen.

If you put a bowl of that down in front of me, I'd smash it on to the floor and brick your fucking windows mate.

Quite frankly I'd rather let you fuck my wife than serve me a bad chilli.
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>>35166194
Thats the proper way of making eggs - Gordon Ramsay enlightened me on this on/off heat method
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>>35180161

You're on the right track bro.
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Suggest me some good easy recipe for something involving Ground Beef, cheese and garlic. Thanks very much.
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>>35170238
this nigga knows whats up
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>>35166175
I've made these a tonne.

If you use a normal sized can of tuna, drop the flour and add another egg, otherwise they don't stay together. They taste good with a little bit of sweet chili sauce.
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>>35179872

Kek, i remember that line from all those years ago. looks pretty dank now that i think about it
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>>35166169
I make a batch of this every other week or so. Easy and pretty damn delicious. Only thing I add to it is some mushrooms.

Gives you the farts, though.
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>>35182653
Is that seriously all the food you have?
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>>35166153
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>>35166153
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>>35168110
Actually I think most of /fit/ is composed of DYEL skellys thus all the brogain meals in all of these threads
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>>35179727
>Cut weight quick
>recommends all carbs
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>>35182653
Did i say it was all i have? I said suggest me something that INVOLVES ground beef, chees and garlic as i have them in my posession.
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>>35179883
>cook 3 steaks
>use 2 steaks in this abomination of a sandwich
>shove 3rd steak tightly up own asshole
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>>35184000
God you're retarded
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>>35166177
>>35166594
also made them once, they were actually really good imo, I just used too little salt but besides that they were great
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>>35184131
Yeah I linked wrong post. That is, clearly, a sign of mental retardation.
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>>35175075
he prolly doesnt even like yellow squash either . fucking faggot
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>>35166153
Take potatoes, chop them up, put oil in a pan, fry them in the oil, put salt all over them
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>>35166285
i add poke sauce to this
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http://fitfood.imgur.com/
Enjoy.
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>>35170448
reminds me of ossu buco for whatever reason
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About to try the recipe on the packet.

Claims only 50 cal/ serving (1/4 cup) for the sauce, itself, and with broccoli and chicken comes out to 379 cal/ cup according to mfp
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>>35184923
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>>35166153
I just go to mcdonalds. Mcdoubles are tasty, bro.
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>>35170448

That sauce is oily as fuck. Do you mean by chef that you serve fries at mcd?
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>>35184000
>>35184186
Nice trips.

But yes that is pretty retarded that you don't mention the other stuff.

With that information all I can reccomended is fried garlic minced topped with cheese.

What possible fucking dish did you expect me to suggest with that incredibly sparse information? What am I ? A fridge psychic? I can just magically sense what other accoutrements you have? What am I? Wonderwoman?

Try again.

List your ingredients.
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>>35184923
>>35184962
Tasted breddy damn gud, even with no chicken seasoning. Followed the recipe, and the chicken was moist af and cooked perfectly, too.
I had super gigantic chicken breasts, so I cut them in half and counted them double btw.
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>>35166169

>frying the meat first
>meat is fried
>put in vegetables

holy fuck, did a child make this shit? I know /fit/ can't cook but goddamn, don't be this foolish and stupid
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>>35185637
>pay too much for cheese shit
>still has raw chicken
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>>35185637
wait, its just broccoli and chicken with a cheese sauce? wtf

in the cover image im seeing rice. or do you cook that seperately and then combine it and serve?
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>>35185793
Serving suggestion. When I start maintaining rather than cutting, I'll add brown rice

>>35185774
It was only $2. Worth it for a 50 calorie sauce that still tastes great
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>>35185638
What is the problem here?

This is the same method I always use to make chili.

Don't tell me you just boil the meat?
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>>35185844
>Don't tell me you just boil the meat?
Such is life in jolly engerland
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>>35186176
Ew. I'm so glad there's water separating your culinary escapades from those happening on the rest of our continent.
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>>35186573
>What is broil for 500, alex?
Pathetic.
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>>35166177
Not actually /ck/ here, but enjoy cooking.
Would add parmesan at the top; chopped tomatoes, oregano, basil and spinach with the tuna.
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>>35168137
Only healthy meal I've seen so far.
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>>35186874

Those actually look pretty delicious.
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>>35186874

>Almonds are clearly not activated
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>>35166285
thanks /fit/
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>COOK RANDOM SHIT
>POUR INTO A BOWL
>EAT
there's your thread, we're done
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>>35185637
This looks good as fuck. I'm currently cutting, so I've been looking for something to eat other than the usual plain grilled chicken and veggies. I'll probably make this over the weekend. Thanks anon.
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Thanks /fit/ I've been watching recipe videos on youtube for the last 3 hours. I' going out to buy stuff to make miso and ramen noodle soup
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>>35179883
>just leaving rare steak out at roomtemp for 4 hours
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>>35180036
Looks delicious anon!
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>>35183745
>IPA

Christ if you're ganna drink 600 calories at least make it a good beer.
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>>35186602
Broiling meat to brown it will dry it out, Emeril. Browning (not frying) your meat in a skillet concentrates flavors on the surface. The more you brown ground beef, the more fat cooks out of the meat. If you're not Browning your mince before you make chili you're a goddam moron and should stick to Hormel.
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>>35170846
> works in a brigade
> doesnt know how to plate
Stay commis shitnut
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