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    What Are Your favorite Filler Foods?

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    Hey guys,

    I'm wondering your favorite ingredients/snacks/meals are that give you more of that "full feeling" while also being pretty nutritious at the same time.

    I find I get hungry again pretty quick sometimes and I'm looking to stretch my dollar a bit further.

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    For easy snack, sardines. For a cheap meal that lasts me a while, 12-16 oz of bacon.

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    -Hard boiled eggs
    -Nuts
    -Butter
    -Sweet potato/swede/celeriac... oven chips

    Those are my go-tos, anyhow.

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    Nuts, hard boiled eggs, pickles, olives

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    a splash of cream in my coffee, eggs, bacon.
    dark chocolate (since i only eat a square or two, rich enough taste)!
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    honestly, vegetables - that's the bulk ingredient. throw in tons with whatever you're eating. more chews per meal = more filling.

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    Filler? None. I don't snack between meals and typically eat only once a day.

    Eating slowly and chewing thoroughly are the primary way I make sure my meal fills me up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakey View Post
    honestly, vegetables - that's the bulk ingredient. throw in tons with whatever you're eating. more chews per meal = more filling.
    Yep. That's what I do. Can't really get fat on pure bulky vegetables, and by the end of my meal, I'm usually too stuffed to think about another bite unless I force myself to gorge on sugar at my TOTM.
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