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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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  1. #1
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    Ground turkey recipes?

    lookin for some good ideas for ground turkey. what do you got?
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    I just made a tasty chili. I used one of those pre-pagaged mix. Basically it was:

    2# ground turkey
    1 pkg chili powder
    1 pkg cayene pepper
    1 pkg salt
    1 pkg masala flour
    2 medium green peppers chopped
    2 medium yellow onions chooped
    2 bay leaves
    1 14 oz can tomatoes chopped
    1 8 oz can tomato sauce
    1 8 oz can of water

    Brown ground turkey, drain fat.
    Add tomatoes, sauce, water, peppers, onions, seasonings (except flour and salt)
    Bring to boil
    Lower heat, cover
    Cook 20 mins, salt to taste
    Cook 20 more mins or until peppers are soft
    For a thicker chili, mix flour with 1/3 cup of water, mix in well
    Cook additional 5-10 mins

    Like I said, this was with a pre packaged mix. You can add spices, hotter peppers or whatever. Total cost for the whole thing, about $12 (I had to buy 2 3/4 # of turkey, 'cause all the packages were around 1.4# each. My butcher shop was closed, otherwise I woulda got my meat there.

    According to the package it makes six 8 oz portions.

    Cooking point: you could probably lessen the cooking time by cooking the peppers and onions before hand. I like to cook my peppers in the sauce, so it takes longer.

    It was the first time I made it. Next time, I'm gonna try it from scratch, and maybe add some beans, or more tomatoes, or some hot peppers or whatever. I'm sure there are other recipes on the 'net.
    Last edited by BG5150; 04-22-2008 at 06:48 AM.
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    Looks good BG but no gahhhhlic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mik View Post
    Looks good BG but no gahhhhlic?
    Sure. Add what you want. I didn't have any fresh, so I didn't use any.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BG5150 View Post
    Sure. Add what you want. I didn't have any fresh, so I didn't use any.
    I definitely would I was just surprised to see a recipe with none added. I'll forgive you.

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    I use it to make a "taco" salad. Cookt he turkey with taco seasoning. Add black beans and some tomatoes and let it simmer.....Hook your salad up, use salsa as dressing....Can eat it like that or you can also add fat free shredded cheese and sour cream. I love it...and some tortilla chips if your cheating lol.

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    Newbie to the forum, what better way to meet people than over food?

    I make this alot. You can get 8 portions from one meat loaf.

    1 egg, 1 egg white

    2 pound ground turkey

    1 cup rolled oats

    1/3 cup diced onion

    1 cup chopped spinach

    2 tablespoons Romano cheese (you can leave out)

    Salt and pepper


    In a large bowl, whisk egg. Add everything else, mixing it--your hands are the best tool--until well blended. Form into a meat loaf. Pop in the oven at 424 degrees for about 45min to 1 hour. I use a meat thermometer, when the center hots 180, out it comes.



    Per serving: 263 calories, 30g protein, 8 g carbohydrates, 13 g fat (5 g saturated), 1 g fiber, 416 mg sodium

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    1. Get a burrito tortilla
    2. add the turkey, and some mozzarella
    3. let it cook on both sides
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    cook up the groud turkey with some olive oil in a pan.
    add a can of black beans, and a can of whole new potatoes (each cut into four pieces)
    add some spices like ceyenne powder or salt/pepper (whatever you prefer)
    cook it up
    add about a cup of pizza sauce (just what i had in the cabinet)
    ...yum
    ..basically just throw stuff into a pan
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