Whats your diet?

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  1. Look im Gangsta

    Look im Gangsta New Member

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    That's the only part of my work out I'm yet to really fiddle with. I've looked on websites and shit, and Im pretty sure normal people don't eat like that.

    So, normal people, what DO you eat?
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  3. wyn 23 QB

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    i just kinda grab food whenever im hungry, i try to eat good shit like meat veggies and bread

    i drink good stuff like gatorade, water, and milks

    breakfast is some sausage egg and cheese bfast sandwiches thats necessary, i still look better than these dudes that take shit extra serious n shit
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  4. Snikka

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    Eat big. Lift big. Get big.
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  5. wyn 23 QB

    wyn 23 QB New Member

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    its only useful to be bif if ur a professional bodybuilder, theres no practical use for massive muscles

    being cut and fairly big is what i do im trying to live 90 plus years big people dont live that long
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  7. doubl3

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    man, that's crazy to me ..don't you ever feel to just eat a freakin' mcdonalds or something? ..the whole 1am and 2am eating is mad too, you looking to be a pro bodybuilder? ..just by looking @ that diet stresses me out, i couldn't do it, even tho it WOULD give me the best gains ..how long have you been following this diet? ..
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  8. identity-X

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    my diet varies by the day.

    Breakfast:
    1/4 tofu scramble - tofu, tomatoes, onions, ••••es and anything else I feel like throwing in topped with cheddar or nutritional yeast
    banana/•••••/any fruit that's on hand

    sometimes I'll eat eggs if I've been to the health market and boughten some local cage-free eggs

    Lunch:
    teaching and school make this a pain. at least once a week I go to the local vegetarian restaurant and have their special. usually something heavy in numerous types of beans, grains, tofu, legumes or all of the above.

    otherwise I might have some Morningstar or Boca products..."burgers", "chick'n breasts", "not dogs", "riblets", etc.
    always some combination of fresh fruit or vegetables.
    maybe a salad. lots of leafy greens, kale, bok choy, etc

    A lot of my dinner meals come from one of many vegetarian cookbooks I have. This usually means leftovers too, which I also eat for lunch the days after.

    I snack on a lot of nuts/legumes, fruits and vegetables.

    My snacking and meals are really quite diverse because I have to make sure that I'm getting protein and aminos from a number of different sources. Lots of grains and seeds and leafy greens/reds. Quinoa, flaxseed, maranth, tempeh, tofu. And wheat gluten products like seitan.
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  9. MagicDonJuan

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    sounds expensive
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  10. Snikka

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    Boca burgers and Boca chicken patties are actually pretty good. I was getting those for awhile in the health section.

    like 13 grams of protein per pattie I think it was... it's a lower form of protein, but protein none the less..
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  11. identity-X

    identity-X No Talent Assclown

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    it depends. pre-packaged frozen vegetarian stuff typically costs more, but produce and canned veggies are quite inexpensive.

    I make a lot of big meals that will last 2-3 days with leftovers so it ends up evening out.
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  12. identity-X

    identity-X No Talent Assclown

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    they're made from soy. all the essential amino's you'll ever need...what more could you ask for?
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  13. MagicDonJuan

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    word. i dunno i never really been to a health store they always seem so expensive. we buy all organic meats though, and egg beaters.
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  14. Wird of Pley

    Wird of Pley I Slice My Own Ham

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    Anything I want. My metabolism is insanity city tho. Its a struggle to gain weight regardless of how much I eat.
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  15. Steve Schade

    Steve Schade Bears>you

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    Most definitely.

    I'm out of eggs and chicken at the moment, I need to go grocery shopping baaaadly. And I listed my diet in another thread.
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