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Unread 07-01-2009, 09:06 PM
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I would try it, but no way would I eat the whole thing. Heck I dont even know if back in my glory days I could eat that much.

My biggest meal in one sitting without some long break/pause during eating was a 2lb cheeseburger/fries that I washed down with a 24oz beer. That I enjoyed after a very tough and hot strongman comp, and that sucker filled me up for many hours after. That was at my peak of bulking, so I was used to eating larger quantities. At this point my stomach is undertrained, after dieting for a while I couldnt handle eating anywhere near that amount.

And that is NOTHING calorically compared to that gold loaf thing. Im guessing my burger meal was 3500 cals.
I'd definitely try it.

Don't care enough to calculate myself, but googling it, seems the sandwich has around 17000 calories.

Half a grizzly bear's daily allotment.
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Unread 07-11-2009, 12:53 PM
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Oooo! Diet Sierra Mist 'ruby splash' and vodka!
this might replace my old keto (noun="Toner", v= "Toning. "you want fries? ..."no, I'm 'Toning'.)
fav of Diet Code Red and vodka!

Also, and some variations of this are well known, but back in the day we kids had a favorite summer salad that was simply cottage cheese with a package of flavored gelatin powder stirred in w/ some pineapple. Extremely yummy stuff. If you're cheap like me and buy TP's WPC in volume buying the flavoring powder separately, then I can tell you that a gram or 2 of very berry strawberry mixed in w/ 8oz of fat free cottage cheese ROX!
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Here's my recipe for low carb flax muffins:

Ingredients:
2 cups flax meal (32 tablespoons)
1 cup protein powder (about 120 grams)
4 tablespoons oil – use light olive oil or whatever
Up to 1 cup artificial sweetener -- splenda or whatever (~20-40 teaspoons)
3 eggs -- beaten
3 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt substitute -- gives potassium
1 cup water -enough so the batter drops from the spoon

Use your favorite flavored protein powder above and add additional ingredients like nuts, chocolate, berries, or even veggies. You might want to reduce the sweetener if you make these with veggies.

How To Prepare: Mix the dry stuff, then add the wet stuff, fold in the nuts, berries, or chocolate, and let sit for a few minutes to thicken. Spoon into 12 non-stick muffin tins. Bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees.

12 muffin Total: 2075 Calories 94g Carb(64g fiber, 26g net), 143g Fat, 164g Protein, 2.2g Na

Per muffin: 172 Calories, 5.3g fiber, 2.1g carb, 11.9g fat, 13.6g protein, 183mg Na

Carb note: you can get down to 0.5g carbs per muffin if you get rid of the Splenda and use pure sucralose or other truely no-carb sweetener. [screw Splenda and their false advertising ]

Calorie/fat note: you can make these without the added oil and/or reduce the number of eggs to 2 without turning the muffins to complete dust.

Last edited by waltmiller : 08-08-2009 at 08:23 PM. Reason: slight edit in water content
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Instead of oil, you could add shredded zucchini and/or cottage cheese to those low carb muffins for moisture, especially if you're using chocolate protein powder (I'm thinking it would be reminiscent of chocolate zucchini cake).. I may try this soon.
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Thats just what these need, a bit of moisture! I love zucchini bread.

Now I wonder if I should add some jalapeno's as well...
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Almost No-Carb Jerky

3lbs lean beef, sliced 1/8" - 1/4" thick and cut into strips.
1/2 c soy sauce
1/2 c worcestershire
1/4 c liquid smoke
1/4 c cider vinegar
7 packs sweet & low
2 tbsp black pepper
2 tbsp garlic powder
1 tbsp MSG

mix all the marinade ingredients together. Marinate meat 12-24 hours.
Follow food dehydrator instructions to dehydrate meat.


I made this recipe when I was RFLing, cause most jerky has a bit too much sugar in it. You can use any cut of beef that appears very lean and have your butcher slice it thin for you if you don't have a meat slicer. Good bets are:
eye of round
Top round
Top sirloin
Bottom round roast
Mock tender
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Default Turkey Bacon Chicken Tenders

4 large chicken breasts
2-4 lemons depeding on size
1 tsp olive oil
Rosemary Garlic herb seasoning from Costco
Sea Salt
Fresh coarsly ground black pepper
Jenny-O 99% fat free turkey bacon
Grey Poupon Dijon mustard

Cut the chicken breasts in half length wise
put in glass bowl sprinkle liberally with salt and pepper and rosemary garlic
seasoning as much as is desired, squeeze lemon juice into bowl from all lemons, toss to ensure all breasts are covered. Let marinate for 30min-24 hours. Remove from frig, wrap 1 strip bacon around each, place on aluminum foil with Pam sprayed on it on top of baking sheet, bake at 400 for 15 minutes turning once half way. Then if desired brown under broiler to crisp up bacon for 1-2 minutes.


Dip in mustard and enjoy.
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Unread 10-14-2009, 02:30 AM
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Obviously you can buy all sorts of low fat puddings/mousses etc that are great for refeed treats, but here is a homemade one that is ridiculously easy to make and very good. Making a half quantity works just as well:

Chocolate Pudding
Serves 4

1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa
3 tablespoons cornstarch
1/8 teaspoon salt
2 1/2 cups skim milk
1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla

Combine sugar, cocoa, cornstarch and salt in a heavy medium saucepan. Stir in milk. Cook and stir over medium heat until thickened and bubbly (do not let burn). Cook and stir for 2 more minutes. Remove from heat. Stir in vanilla. Pour the pudding into a bowl or dessert dishes. Cover the surface with plastic wrap. Chill thoroughly.

Per Serving: 199 Calories
1g Fat (4% calories from fat)
7g Protein
41g Carbohydrate
2g Dietary Fiber
3mg Cholesterol
149mg Sodium

From this website which also has lots of other recipes and ideas for refeed goodies.
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Unread 10-18-2009, 07:09 AM
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Just found this blog yesterday. I'm going to try the pumpkin pancakes this morning.

Love that the nutritional information is listed for each recipe.

http://carascravings.blogspot.com/
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Unread 10-18-2009, 07:33 AM
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Almost No-Carb Jerky

3lbs lean beef, sliced 1/8" - 1/4" thick and cut into strips.
1/2 c soy sauce
1/2 c worcestershire
1/4 c liquid smoke
1/4 c cider vinegar
7 packs sweet & low
2 tbsp black pepper
2 tbsp garlic powder
1 tbsp MSG

mix all the marinade ingredients together. Marinate meat 12-24 hours.
Follow food dehydrator instructions to dehydrate meat.


I made this recipe when I was RFLing, cause most jerky has a bit too much sugar in it. You can use any cut of beef that appears very lean and have your butcher slice it thin for you if you don't have a meat slicer. Good bets are:
eye of round
Top round
Top sirloin
Bottom round roast
Mock tender
is there any way you can make this without a dehydrator? I have a ton of super lean deer meat that would be perfect for this.
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