What R U Eating ? ~OGH wants to know.....

Discussion in 'Nutrition / Supplements Forum' started by Oregongearhead, Apr 6, 2014.

  1. Sworder

    Sworder Member

    My one meal of the day, two 80 gram protein shakes are there and one with 50 grams. I will make two more big boys at around 2-3AM.

    Yeah I don't really know what happened here! There is asparagus underneath the potatoes too. Salmon Swedish style, black beans Cuban style, cabbage and corn, avocado, onion and cilantro, mashed potatoes and an egg cooked to perfection. Well salted.


    All the flavors blend very well, and the textures as well as temperature. It's delicious!
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  2. gr8whitetrukker

    gr8whitetrukker Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    Just so ya know...this is what they freak out about when they talk about snow in Texas:rolleyes:
  3. TheH0517

    TheH0517 Member

    It won’t even get below 60 down here these days...
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  4. gr8whitetrukker

    gr8whitetrukker Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    No cant u see? Snow. Everywhere. Better run to market and stock up on water and frozen pizzas
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  5. Yes when @Eman is gone there is a void here on the food thread...:(

    I used to get Lamb Gyro"s when I"d go to Pike Place Market in Seattle . The wifey detests eating those tender lil' lamb morsels so I have to sneak them in...;) :)
  6. TheH0517

    TheH0517 Member

    News - “Last night we got 12” of snow”

    Run outside to see wet pavement and 65 degrees.
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  7. Eman

    Eman Member

    Lunch. Piedmontese skirt steak, peppers, onion, white rice.

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  8. "Certified Piedmontese grass fed, grass finished beef is melt-in-your-mouth tender thanks to the unique Piedmontese breed. It’s beef that’s as tender and delicious as it is nutritious".
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  9. Human_backhoe

    Human_backhoe Member

    Damn! had to Google Piedmontese. That looks tasty. I was a butcher for a decade and developed feed programs and I have never heard of this breed.
    Next level @Eman !
  10. Looks more like a "snow sneeze" to me....take the truck . ;)
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  11. Eman

    Eman Member

    Butcher, garlic farmer, juice head... Let's be friends.

    I got into it earlier this year and haven't looked back. I can make great steak but it is never great as leftovers when heated up in the microwave at work. The piedmontese does really well as leftovers in the microwave, leaner, high protein, very tender... The flat iron steaks are comparable to chicken breast as far as macros and filet mignon at far as texture.

    They're having a 25% off sale until the end of the year I think... "Carnivore" code at checkout gets you 25% off when they're not running a sale.
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  12. Low carb day...ham & cheddar (no bread) w/ V-8"s new Healthy Greens . Only 14 carbs vs. 30 carbs in my regular Bolthouse Farms "Green Goodness".

  13. Artifex

    Artifex Member

    Reason why we want you keep posting and giving us ideas ( recipe please ;) )
    Thank you looks amazing
  14. Artifex

    Artifex Member

    I wish that is kinda snow what we get in Canada :rolleyes:
  15. Endure

    Endure Member

    Reminds me of my gas station on the go low carb breakfast meals that I have to concoct when on the run and have to just make due (no insult meant) They are tasty. A couple of string cheeses or the like and some prescuitto type meat and I can easily hit a good 25+ gram protein and good fat serving 300 cal quick breakfast.
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  16. Eman

    Eman Member

    I posted recipe lol. Add those ingredients together and you don't even need the gear.

    Probably still take the gear though.
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  17. Fryguy

    Fryguy Member

    On vacay so fuck it...

    Shrimp, scallops, and lobster tail over pasta with garlic butter sauce

    And peanut butter pie 20191210_174324.jpg 20191210_180724.jpg
  18. gr8whitetrukker

    gr8whitetrukker Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    I spent 3 yrs of my life in Canada chasing that import/export money. Mostly Ontario and Quebec
    Made alot of friends and got to live that canadian life and explore the regional differences in life and cuisine. Good memories
    Last edited: Dec 10, 2019
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  19. Artifex

    Artifex Member

    It's nice place for live ( except long winter )
    Unless you love winter :confused:
    I love carribean :cool:
  20. Human_backhoe

    Human_backhoe Member

    Haha sounds good! You got me with the lamb post. I have been craving it since...... Lamb outside round done in lager, onion, garlic. Of course reduced for the Jasmine rice. Roasted giant squash soup blended with whole chick peas.