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    First "healthy" grocery list and lifter-friendly meals

    Alright let me start off by saying it feels so great to be back lifting. I've missed the feeling your body and mind have when you start lifting regularly. Anyways, my trainings been going great after a year or so break. Now its time for the next step to getting my muscles big and my gut small(er) I've been moved out for about half a year, I'm 19 and really don't know a whole helluva lot about cooking and what ways of preparation are most healthy, I do know however a have a miracle tool in my george foreman grill. So what do I need to syock up on to continue my muscle growth while also shrink my gut? I really need pretty simple meals and cheap would really help as well. Thanks for the help guys.
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    Exactly what I was looking for. I looked right passed it in the sticky I guess. Much appreciated man.
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