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num
11-16-2002, 10:16 PM
Now that I have a set routine (5 day split),
I need to set my diet. No longer will I eat
the ****ty food at school. My parents have
allowed me a large budget for groceries,
so I can buy whatever I might need.

The question is:
What food is quick & easy to prepare,
high in clean calories, and easy to
transport (small in size)??

Are PB&J sandwhiches good? Tuna Sandwhiches?

Please give me ideas!

Keep in mind, my budget is almost unlimited.

thanks!

NUM

jiacstrap
11-16-2002, 10:49 PM
Originally posted by num
Now that I have a set routine (5 day split),
I need to set my diet. No longer will I eat
the ****ty food at school. My parents have
allowed me a large budget for groceries,
so I can buy whatever I might need.

The question is:
What food is quick & easy to prepare,
high in clean calories, and easy to
transport (small in size)??

Are PB&J sandwhiches good? Tuna Sandwhiches?

Please give me ideas!

Keep in mind, my budget is almost unlimited.

thanks!

NUM

Get some light mayo and some canned tuna and chicken. There great. Wheat bread. Are you on a cut or bulk? You still will want to bulk clean. Natural PB and if you are cutting low sugar jam. Lowfat cottage cheese. Eat a lot of nat pb if bulking. Veggies. Skim Milk, water, whey protein, chicken breasts, EGGS! Get a egg cooker if you want and hardboil eggs for snacks.

num
11-16-2002, 11:16 PM
Originally posted by jiacstrap


Get some light mayo and some canned tuna and chicken. There great. Wheat bread. Are you on a cut or bulk? You still will want to bulk clean. Natural PB and if you are cutting low sugar jam. Lowfat cottage cheese. Eat a lot of nat pb if bulking. Veggies. Skim Milk, water, whey protein, chicken breasts, EGGS! Get a egg cooker if you want and hardboil eggs for snacks.

Bulk.

Would I find natural peanut butter in a GNC? or is Skippy's fine?

what is whey?

How should I prepare my eggs? Whites only?

thanks for your help!

NUM

Shao-LiN
11-17-2002, 12:24 AM
Does GNC sell whole food? You'll find natural peanut butter in a grocery store. Skippy isn't natural peanut butter.

Whey protein is protein, look it up as I don't want to get into a long definition of it. Basically, you'd want it post workout so that you get some protein that your system can digest quickly.

However you want to prepare them. Whole is fine...do whatever you feel necessary is needed to fill in for your caloric intake.

bigedge
11-17-2002, 06:56 AM
i wish my parents would allow me a grocery budget :cry:

Shao-LiN
11-17-2002, 10:18 AM
You mean they don't ask you what you want from the grocery store?