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Just got back from the gym but not hungry, but gonna head into town with a Lindt bar. Need something for dinner and dessert. At worst I'll just make a "lazy meal" of bacon/eggs/potatos with some whey/yoghurt sludge for dessert.
Dark chocolate and coffee, running through my veins...
We went to a Brazilian steakhouse for dinner and they do a rodizio style meat service. It was amazing. Men walked around all night with meat on skewers and carved us whatever we wanted. I had filet mignon, rib eye wrapped with bacon, top sirloin, lamb chops, roast beef, parmigiana crusted pork, beef ribs, and a few other cuts. Plus a sushi bar.
be the hair that knots with my hair
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primal since oct. 1, 2012
Originally Posted by Knifegill
A pound of bacon, five eggs, two avocados, a can of oysters and a pear.
Wow. I wish I could afford to eat like that!
Pound of bacon = $3.00
5 eggs = about $2.00
Two avocados = $1.00 (Sometimes they are three for a dollar, but not lately)
Can of oysters = $2.00
Pear = Something like 30 cents, bought a whole bag for $2.50
I don't think $8.30 for 24 hours' worth of food is excessive or unreachable.
B: 1 HB egg w/ Old Bay, 3 slices bacon, diced up bell pepper with salsa
L: grilled chicken breast, sauteed onion and bell pepper in CO with curry powder
S:diced up bell pepper mixed with HB egg, salsa, and curry powder
D: ordered from an amazing organic grassfed burger joint here.. huge salad w/ diced apple, small amt of dried cranberries, carmelized onions, balsamic vinaigrette, and topped with a grassfed burger