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Brown pork sausage in skillet...add shredded sweet potato & coconut oil...cook until sweet potato is tender. Stir in cinnamon. Fry egg...put on top of sweet potato hash. Post-workout bliss.
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I typically am so exhausted i can't eat till and hr or 2 after. Usually i start cooking something and during the cook time I'll cut hunks of cheese off the block, pickles, multiple handfuls of nuts, slices/scoops of butter, and random left overs. The cheese and pickle combo really hits the spot for some reason. maybe the electrolytes from the pickle juice and the cheese is just plain satisfying. One good mix is dark chocolate and a pad of butter. Take a square and cut a really thick pad of butter and place it on top. This combo is really a good treat.
I bake potatoes in batches and after workouts just munch on them until I feel full. Then I down that with a glass of milk and I can feel energy pulsating through my body. It's sooooo amazing.
I tend to eat plenty of protein - wherever I can obtain it: eggs, beef, lamb; and a side of veggies. I sometimes have a batch of berries.
1/2 lb of grass fed beef sauteed in coconut oil over a bed of arugula with half an avocado and various other veggies. Sometimes Ill have two scrambled eggs w butter if im really hungry. Even with that Im still hungry three hours later. No carbs for me, trying to lose those last 10. sometimes refeed days on weekends.
I usually have the Whea protein from Costco and add almond milk, a banana and some blueberries. Is this okay??
banana, from what I've read here so far, isn't that ideal. I would say, if you want a potassium fix, I recommend coconut water, or juice.