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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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    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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    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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    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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    B: Eggs n Bacon


    L: Greens and a generous helping of meat (usually chicken, salmon, flank steak, ahi tuna, or shrimp) tossed with spices, EVOO, lemon/lime, sundried tomatoes, etc


    D: Typ. a steak, fish, or chicken thigh served up with a simple reduction/sauce and sauteed veggies.


    I&#39;ve also been really hungry for a good beef stew lately, so I may make some in the slow cooker later this week.


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    Cute "fake" day bobbylight!


    Breakfast at lunch time: 2 fried eggs with soft yolk, cooked in bacon grease, with bacon. Or ham, or leftovers. I&#39;ve found almost any leftovers make a yummy breakfast base for eggs!


    Occasional snack: handful of nuts, or some slices of meat and cheese. I don&#39;t get snacky much anymore though.


    Dinner: Salad with homemade dressing, big hunk of meat.

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    Throwing a whole chicken breast away is so wrong... come on now, what&#39;s wrong with protein???

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    Breakfast: Semi-IF (Coffee with coconut milk or heavy cream)


    Lunch: Piece of meat or fish, big-ass salad


    Dinner: Broiled meat on top of cooked greens, sometimes a piece of cheese for dessert ;-)

    (ETA: Maybe a glass of red wine---trying to stay away from beer for awhile)


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    Nothing wrong with protein, I eat more protein than just about anybody. I&#39;m just saying the actual breast meat is my least favorite part of a chicken. No disrespect intended breast lovers


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