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Old 01-06-09, 05:05 PM   #1
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Post Pics of what you are eating!!

inspired by the thread on bodybuilding.com but im guessing bikers would be eating something a little different than a plate full of chicken breast meat washed down with a 50g protein shake .

i just had spaghetti with chicken nuggets, but i forgot to take a picture, so here is something i took a picture of. I believe its just rice with veggies and ground turkey meat. as u can see im not good a cooking so i like to just mix my ingredients into a bowl with rice.
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inspired by the thread on bodybuilding.com but im guessing bikers would be eating something a little different than a plate full of chicken breast meat washed down with a 50g protein shake .

i just had spaghetti with chicken nuggets, but i forgot to take a picture, so here is something i took a picture of. I believe its just rice with veggies and ground turkey meat. as u can see im not good a cooking so i like to just mix my ingredients into a bowl with rice.

I love the "Meals eating now" thread too, hopefully it will pick up here. I finished my food for today, but I'll definitely post some tomorrow.
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Old 01-07-09, 11:06 AM   #3
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But this will be part of lunch next month while skiing in Italy!
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I just ate a packet of salted almonds. That's lunch!
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sunflower seeds are how i satisfy my fidgety-snacking compulsions without gaining 50 lbs.
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Brilliant! I'm going to buy a bag asap. I get baddddd late night cravings and always feel guilty. SF seeds seem like they wouldn't give that feeling.
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Brilliant! I'm going to buy a bag asap. I get baddddd late night cravings and always feel guilty. SF seeds seem like they wouldn't give that feeling.
exactly! it's great because it takes some amount of time to de-shell, slowing down the process..

just be careful of your sodium intake...i always have good annual checkups and don't eat too much sodium otherwise, so i don't worry about it much, but if you eat a lot of frozen meals or something, be careful..
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I do well to avoid sodium in my diet currently. Veryyy seldom do I eat frozen dinner type stuff or known high-sodium foods. I think this would fit in nicely at the end of the day. Thanks for the heads up!
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About two hours ago, I ate white rice with grilled lemon tilapia. I didn't want to wait the hour for the brown rice to get ready.

Tonight, I shall bake more bread.
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Omelette at work for second breakfast. Made fresh... not frozen meal

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i heard almond butter was healthier, but i cant stand the taste....
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have you all heard about the banana diet which was all the craze in japan a little while ago? ur supposed to eat only bananas and water for breakfast, but keep ur regular eating habits during the rest of the day. Any diet seems unhealthy to me, but could just bananas for breakfast actually be considered a full and healthy meal? i cant consider a meal a real meal unless it has protein in it.
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Homemade energy bars:



Recipe here.
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A large bowl from this batch of 24 QTs of my finest chili. (BTW no apples, plums or pineapple were harmed in making my chili)

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have you all heard about the banana diet which was all the craze in japan a little while ago? ur supposed to eat only bananas and water for breakfast, but keep ur regular eating habits during the rest of the day. Any diet seems unhealthy to me, but could just bananas for breakfast actually be considered a full and healthy meal? i cant consider a meal a real meal unless it has protein in it.


Hm, sure haven't heard about that. That's pretty interesting, though my gut tells me it's probably not the best thing every single day...idk.

Those energy bars look gooood.
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to the OP: is that a dooney & bourke bag in the corner of the picture?

No photos of what I ate today, I can tell you this is being delivered to me as we speak:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Falafel
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