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    Mine=...


    Breakfast:

    4 pastured chicken eggs

    4 sliced pastured bacon

    handful of berries


    Lunch:

    Liverwurst or ground beef saute

    Beets

    Greens


    Dinner:

    Ground beef with onions and seasonings

    Coconut butter


    Just curious what your go-to meals are?


    Thanks for sharing.


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    Breakfast: couple of eggs on a couple of coconut pancakes

    First lunch: hamburger and hashed yams and onions

    Second lunch: Stir fry broccoli and cauliflower with chicken

    First dinner: tuna with cashews and raisins

    Second dinner: some sort of meat and vegetable curry with raita on the side (cucumber and yogurt)


    That's it for the past few weeks, anyways. No thought required.


    Doesn't count my various snacks throughout the day.

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    • #3
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      Ummm basically:


      Breakfast: Eggs and Kale frittata


      Post workout: Whey Shake and Tuna


      Lunch: Chicken Breast and Cauliflower Rice


      Dinner: Sausage and Kale


      And olive oil/butter/coconut oil all over it!!!

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      • #4
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        Brunch: Fried eggs, bacon, grilled/sauteed veggies


        Dinner: Cauli-rice + poultry/meat/seafood curry

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          IF during the day, most every day


          and, for dinner, generally eggs, chicken or steak, and some sort of stirfry of vegetables.


          I think I&#39;m going switch it up tonight by making a soup as well.

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            Ooh, I can see this thread is going to be helpful. Especially for breakfast ideas, I am in a serious rut. But here&#39;s a typical day.


            B: pastured eggs + pastured bacon + almond milk latte

            L: Giant salad w/ hardboiled egg OR low-mercury tuna OR thinly sliced steak

            S: nuts, or fruit + cheese, or greek yogurt w/ berries

            D: Pastured meat + greens + some other veg (tonight is balsamic pork loin w/ green salad and 1/2 acorn squash w/ butter). The bf and I also eat a lot of stir-fry.

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            • #7
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              Breakfast: eggs and bacon and kale

              Lunch/Dinner: ground bison or beef, beef stew, anything made in the slow cooker (right now it&#39;s salsa pulled pork)

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              • #8
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                B: eggs, bacon or sausage; zucchini or daikon pancakes w/ sour cream

                L: BAS; sashimi; something different (our offices sit on top of a culinary market so every day can be a new delicious temptation)

                D: beef stew (Just got my slow cooker!!), broccoli sauteed with sausage, salmon or chicken breast; chicken fajitas; steak

                Everything in moderation, including moderation.

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                • #9
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                  Breakfast: Eggs with runny yolk mixed in with ground grass fed beef.


                  Lunch: Chicken. Eat the fatty dark meat and skin, toss the breast. The organic store near my place makes incredible rotisserie chicken with organic Amish chickens. Occasionally a spinach salad with EVOO.


                  Dinner: Salmon, Beef, Eggs, Chicken, whatever I have available.


                  Snack: Canned sardines (eaten outside because wife gags over the smell)

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                  • #10
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                    Breakfast: Bowl of frosted flakes, 2 pieces of toast with I can&#39;t believe its not butter (lower in artery clogging saturated fat) with a cup of orange juice


                    Lunch: Large bowl of pasta, garlic bread with margerine on whole wheat bread, cup of orange juice (have to get those fruits and veggies in)


                    Dinner: boneless skinless chicken breast sandwich with low fat bbq sauce (on whole wheat of course), usually with a mountain dew (my one cheat of the day) and for desert low fat ice cream with low fat whipped cream.


                    That is usually my day.

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                    • #11
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                      Get primal, you throw out the breast? Come on, now that is a little extreme.

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                        bobbylight, good one.

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                        • #13
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                          Not kidding. I used to keep the breast, thinking I&#39;d eat it later. When later came I never wanted a boneless, skinless chicken breast and always ended up passing on it until it went bad. Easier to save the refrigerator space and just throw it out right away.


                          When I cook my own whole chicken I keep the breast because I shred it and make a stew with the coconut oil and chicken fat leftover in the crockpot.

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                          • #14
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                            I eat a lot of boneless skinless chicken breast because of its convenience and reasonably cheap price, but I fry it in ghee to put on saturated fats on it.

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                            • #15
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                              seriously though...


                              meal 1: apple and a handful of nuts


                              meal 2: 4 eggs fried in ghee with onions peppers and salsa


                              meal 3: any meat I have (chicken, pork, or steak) with a large pile of veggies with olive oil


                              meal 4: repeat meal 3


                              handfuls of nuts in between the meals too

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