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    Attica, Yes, the "chick peas" is a type, and...

    Attica,
    Yes, the "chick peas" is a type, and should read "split peas". I'll see if Maki can correct it; thanks for the heads-up :)
  2. Here's a recipe that gives you the slow releasing...

    Here's a recipe that gives you the slow releasing casein in cottage cheese, together with the EFA's of flax, all wrapped-up into a tasty shake. I drink one almost every night an hour or so before...
  3. For cutting I've found that getting a lower...

    For cutting I've found that getting a lower omega-6 to omega-3 ratio is incredibly useful. Your diet looks pretty good overall, but you might benefit from incorporating more fish oil and flax into...
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    Thanks for the welcome Maki :) Good point,...

    Thanks for the welcome Maki :)

    Good point, bananas are definitely a superior fruit choice for PWO.
  5. White bread has almost no fiber, and a lot of the...

    White bread has almost no fiber, and a lot of the vitamins are removed during milling. So whole grain bread is a superior choice.

    Virgin olive oil is a good choice - good source of...
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    Supposedly fructose replenishes live glycogen...

    Supposedly fructose replenishes live glycogen rather than muscle glycogen, doesn't promote a large insulin response, and reduces the number of fat calories burned for energy.

    But like Maki, I love...
  7. There are a bunch of oats recipes in this...

    There are a bunch of oats recipes in this article:

    http://www.johnberardi.com/articles/recipes/brief_history_of_oats.htm
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    Vido, here you go: If any of you missed the...

    Vido, here you go:

    If any of you missed the controversy about Tri-O-plex bars - they're not all they're made out to be: http://www.labelclaimstesting.com/?pageID=20

    So last month I decided to...
  9. From Maki's interview with John Berardi:...

    From Maki's interview with John Berardi:
    http://www.wannabebig.com/article.php?articleid=114&pageid=2

    Wannabebig: With those high intakes, I wonder how much protein the body can assimilate in one...
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    Here are a couple of low-carb bars that you can...

    Here are a couple of low-carb bars that you can make at home. They're a little sticky, but it's hard to make a bar with good texture without putting-in some sort of flour. Now if you want a low-gi...
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    (edit) sorry, wrong thread

    (edit) sorry, wrong thread
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    2 lb. roasted chicken (whole, skinless): K/cal...

    2 lb. roasted chicken (whole, skinless):

    K/cal - 1514
    Protein - 227 g
    Carbs - 0 g
    Fat - 60 g (16.4s, 22.7m, 13.7p) (11.2 omega-6; 0.5 omega-3)

    (from the USDA food nutrient database)
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