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Qea
03-25-2002, 07:24 PM
Here's a little question.

When it comes to bulking, people keep saying 'eat alot of clean food'

What would you consider to be 'clean' then?

Full cream milk?
Whole eggs?
butter?
whole cheese?

I mean, these foods are high-caloric and are natural products after all too.

Or would you define clean food as 'low glycemic, low fat, yahdahyahdah'?

:scratch:

Anthony
03-25-2002, 07:33 PM
Food that is natural.

Maki Riddington
03-25-2002, 07:33 PM
Food that is not dirty.
Ok, bad joke.

I would define it as being food that is non processed.

Orange357
03-25-2002, 07:43 PM
If it was born or grown ok to eat.

Budiak
03-25-2002, 09:26 PM
In order to protect you from Budiak's personality, this post has been edited. Magnificent, right?

TreeTrunks
03-25-2002, 10:07 PM
Budiak gets the "Out of Context" award for:

"Using Orange357's guidelines I can eat:

Trees
Children
Natural rubber
Chinese babies
Lab created diamonds
Black children
Sumac
Your mother, and her mother, but not her mother's mother. Thats just nasty. "

YatesNightBlade
03-26-2002, 02:43 AM
No junk .... no fried food. Rice, Pasta, chicken, eggs, milk, veg, fruit ..... that kinda thing.

the doc
03-26-2002, 07:16 AM
what yates said

YatesNightBlade
03-26-2002, 07:45 AM
what doc said.

Tryska
03-26-2002, 07:47 AM
:withstupi

YatesNightBlade
03-26-2002, 08:11 AM
:swear:

Tryska
03-26-2002, 08:12 AM
;)

body
03-26-2002, 12:46 PM
Originally posted by Maki Riddington
Food that is not dirty.
Ok, bad joke.

I would define it as being food that is non processed.

name a food that you can buy that has not been processed?

The only food i could think of is DIRTY food, straight out of the gorund(but this would not be hygienically clean and raw potatoes are not exactly appertising especailly when covered in shi*). otherwise all your food is processed to some degree.

Tryska
03-26-2002, 12:49 PM
actually i'll go with whole foods, as clost to there natrual state as possible, with no added fats, sugars, salt or spices. of course canned tuna and whey technically don't count.