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    I'm 5' 9", was 73.5 kg a few weeks ago and had a 31" waist and a 42" chest.

    This is what I ate yesterday:
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    1mm66 = 5'5 1/4" LOL i was pretty much doing those ratios but about 700-800 less cals when i was carnivorous. paleotrack also it seems doesnt know much about wild venison. it says it has 0 mg of zinc in which i find hard to believe when beef is loaded with zinc. i had a cruise around the mad butcher today as i went to get some mutton. my supermarket is too upmarket to sell it LOL thier steak is definitely cheaper. i also need to ask my neighbour as they were going to bump off a cow soon.

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    Not keen on the meat at the mad butcher. Even the stuff from paknsave tastes better to me.

    I'm certainly getting way more protein than normal and probably a coupla hundred extra calories a day, but I'm starting to get bored. Time to move into stews I think.
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    i only ever go to the mad butcher to get mutton. i think they sell it in paknsave too but i was on the way out of town in 5 mins flat plus paknsave scares the living daylights out of me. i have to wear my sunnies and do my very best Greta Garbo impression. the meat in my poncey upmarket new world is actual cheaper and better quality usually than paknsave anyways. or there is a countdown over the road and down a few bits from the paknsave, that has better meat.

    i have been putting a stack of bones in a big pot of water with a splodge of ACV and a bay leaf or two with a tight fitting lid ( in my case a dinner plate LOL ) on top of my wood burning stove for a few days to make broth. i use broth usually to steam my veges and then make gravy with the reduction but you could equally make a sorta sol long tung or however you spell it without the rice and noodles and just beef.

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    Good ideas Seas.

    So got home last night and realised I only had about 100g steak left (cooked at brekkie), but then remembered there was a kilo of ox liver in the freezer, which was intended for my dogs as I prefer lamb's liver.

    I ate the steak with a few eggs while the liver defrosted, then finely sliced the liver and fried it off with half a red onion and a couple more eggs.

    Woke up early this morning, so did a tabata side lunges, push-ups, hyperextensions, iron crosses and pull-ups.

    Decided to make today a refeed day as I'm going out for dinner and a comedy show straight from work, pretty much fruit to eat so far today. I've read that old school body builders on high protein diets would so a low protein day once a week, can't remember why but it seemed logical at the time :-)

    So today I had mug cakes made from a large banana, unflavoured/unsweetened whey and two eggs. Another banana and an apple for morning tea and salmon sushi for lunch (probably only 50-80 g of salmon).
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    Hmm, so low protein didn't go well.
    Dinner was a set menu, with Szechuan squid entree (which I didn't eat, as it was battered), aged Hereford fillet on mashed potato and green beans with roast kumara and aubergine, followed by ice cream and berries.

    Fully carbed and feeling stuffed!
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    Today's gone off the rails, with a family birthday brunch this morning at a Chinese yum cha restaurant :-(

    Need to restock meat and eggs today too, so I can get back into it.
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    Back on the steak and eggs today and it was actually good to be back! I was so hungry on my two day carb up. Within about 15 mins of eating a huge late fully of chicken curry on rice I was hungry again.
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    Two good walks yesterday, both involved some steep stair climbs.

    The first was simulated hunting with my wolf pack (aka walking the dogs), which took about 45 mins on a bush track with a couple of hundred metres of seriously steep high stairs cut into the side if the hill. It was like doing lunges for a couple of hundred metres :-)

    The second was like a reverse hunt/gather. After filling up 8 20 litre buckets with sea water (for my marine aquarium), carrying the up a few stairs then a 50 metre farmers walk back (2 buckets at a time, approx 20kg each). Then loading them into the back of the jeep (carrying the kill/gathered food or building supplies). We walked along the coast and out to an island that is accessible at low tide, where there where more stairs to climb to get up the sheer cliff face into the island.

    Beautiful weather for this time of year.


    You can see the island at the right hand side.
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    that looks like the shore? mairangi bay? my kids want a marine water aquarium but we so havent got room. how is the steak and eggs going overall btw?

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