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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?

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    Turkey Meatloaf Recipe

    I made this the other day and it tasted great.

    Ingredients
    - 1 pound ground turkey
    - 3 egg whites
    - 1/2 cup mango or tropical salsa
    - 1/4 cup chopped red bell pepper
    - 1/4 cup chopped yellow bell pepper
    - 1/2 cup chopped onion
    - 1/2 cup dry bread crumbs
    - lemon pepper to taste

    In a large bowl combine the turkey, egg, salsa, red bell pepper, yellow bell pepper, onion, bread crumbs and lemon pepper. Mix well with hands until blended then place mixture into a loaf pan.

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees and bake for 25 minutes.
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    I am making this tonight! It sounds delicious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IronDiggy View Post
    I am making this tonight! It sounds delicious.
    It was good, and easy to prepare.

    You can use 99% lean ground turkey if you would like and then it is also a very healthy meal.
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    So I made it lastnight, it was really good. Needs more than 25 mins in a crappy oven though, probably spent 35min in total at 375 on my oven. But it was tasty! My girlfriend didn't like it so much but that just left me 3/4 of the loaf to eat myself. I might try ground chicken next time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IronDiggy View Post
    So I made it lastnight, it was really good. Needs more than 25 mins in a crappy oven though, probably spent 35min in total at 375 on my oven. But it was tasty! My girlfriend didn't like it so much but that just left me 3/4 of the loaf to eat myself. I might try ground chicken next time.
    I am glad that you liked it.

    Ground chicken sounds good and you can always add a little more mango salsa if it was too bland for your taste.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThomasG View Post
    Macros?
    Protein.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThomasG View Post
    Macros?
    Not sure on the macro's but it is a lot of protein and is a 'clean' food.

    We cooked up 2 lbs of this on Sunday and I have had it for lunch for the past three days.
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    Try mixing in cooked quinoa and Adobe seasoning. I have been experimenting with turkey meatloaf for a while and this seems to improve the texture and the flavor.

    Good recipe, by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shootermcgavin7 View Post
    Try mixing in cooked quinoa and Adobe seasoning. I have been experimenting with turkey meatloaf for a while and this seems to improve the texture and the flavor.

    Good recipe, by the way.
    Thank you, I will give that a try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shootermcgavin7 View Post
    Try mixing in cooked quinoa and Adobe seasoning. I have been experimenting with turkey meatloaf for a while and this seems to improve the texture and the flavor.

    Good recipe, by the way.
    Whoops, I think it is adobo seasoning. Not the software company.

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    Will I be able to Incline DB press 160's if I eat enough of this stuff?

    Looks like a good recipe I may cook it up this weekend If I do I'll post up the macros.
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    Its the useful recipe ..
    I tried out ..its tasty ...

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    In looking for turkey burger recipes I see a lot that include chopped onions, seasoned bread crumbs, parmesean cheese, diced mushrooms or some red bell peppers for flavor.

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    Solid recipe. I made this a couple days ago and it was great! it lasted me about 3 - 4 meals.

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    I experimented with bread for turkey meat for a while and it seems to improve the texture and flavour. I did last night was really good. Need more than 25 minutes in an oven **** probably spent 35min total of 375 on my oven. But this was tasty!

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    I didn't see this suggestion but you can use oatmeal in place of the bread crumbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanas View Post
    Its the useful recipe ..
    I tried out ..its tasty ...
    Quote Originally Posted by ericpad View Post
    Solid recipe. I made this a couple days ago and it was great! it lasted me about 3 - 4 meals.
    I am glad that you liked it.

    Quote Originally Posted by jaspercarol View Post
    I experimented with bread for turkey meat for a while and it seems to improve the texture and flavour. I did last night was really good. Need more than 25 minutes in an oven **** probably spent 35min total of 375 on my oven. But this was tasty!
    The second time that I cooked it I had to leave it in for a bit longer as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by SCmmaFAN View Post
    I didn't see this suggestion but you can use oatmeal in place of the bread crumbs.
    That is a good tip.
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