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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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    monster in training DarrenEff's Avatar
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    Chocolate Milk...ftw!!

    thats right, chocolate milk for the win baby!

    This morning, as usual, I got out of bed to make some scrambled eggs. Now generally (not sure how everyone else makes them), but I mix the eggs, a little bit of white milk and some salt/pepper in a bowl..and empty that to the frying pan.

    However, this morning the container we use for the white milk (we use 1.5L bags) was in the sink...and I would have had to wash it...and dry it...and then goto the fridge and get a bag of milk..and open that...and then pour it into my egg mixture. As all of this went through my head I was staring at my chocolate milk container (choc milk to drink w/ my eggs) and I figured...I will just pour a bit of chocolate milk into my egg mixture.

    So, a few minutes later im eating brown scrambled eggs with a hint of chocolate flavor. They were pretty gross and the even the look made them less desirable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrenEff
    . They were pretty gross and the even the look made them less desirable.

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    if you think that's bad, try replacing milk with steel reserve.. basically resulted in greenish-gray eggs. That's what you get when you do 40's and eggs (instead of kegs and eggs) and let your fraternity brothers experiment with the recipe. I would not recommend them to anyone.
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    Gah. I never understood putting milk in with the eggs. Eggs by themselves with some tabasco, pepper, and garlic seasoning and that's all you need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VikingWarlord
    Gah. I never understood putting milk in with the eggs. Eggs by themselves with some tabasco, pepper, and garlic seasoning and that's all you need.

    If you're making an omelette, milk is the way to go.
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    mix 6 eggs in big bowl and pour into skillet... wait a few min for them to firm up and then put either ham and cheese or deer meat and cheese in there and fold it in half.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WBBIRL
    ...or deer meat and cheese
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    Uh yeah... I wish I had deer meat, is it good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nosaj
    Uh yeah... I wish I had deer meat, is it good?

    Vension tends to be dry, depending on the season. In Australia anyway, they just are not fat enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Risk10k
    Vension tends to be dry, depending on the season. In Australia anyway, they just are not fat enough.
    It can be dry, which is why it works great in soups!
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    Innovative. Kind of like an omelet.




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    This is why you need American deer. Everything here is fatter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Belial
    This is why you need American deer. Everything here is fatter.
    funny but true

    venison i've had in chicago is usually somewhat oily and delicious

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    I mix four egg whites with one whole egg and scramble in a lil olive oil. I pour salsa on top. YUMMY!

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    If you shoot deer right in the fall their kinda fatty, they tend to pack on a few pounds for the winter when food is scarce...

    Our deer is always yummy becuase we marinade it and then grill it on the grill... if you get the grill hot enough you can sear it and keep the moisture inside unti its cooked.

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    Milk makes eggs, lets say, more fluffy.
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