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Shill me your favorite recipes /fit/. I urgently need cheap, healthy and nutricious meals that are easy/fast to prepare without highly processed ingredients like sugar, etc.
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you should fall for the chicken breast brown rice and broccoli meme
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>>47642085
eggs
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>>47642103
yeah eggs are cheap, quick, nutricious and versatile. they tick all boxes really. i also eat a lot of canned tuna (as is or with salt/pepper, sauces) but i need moar
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please post your favorite recipes anons thx
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>>47642085
What about the scooby pea soup, sometimes I make it and it last me for a week, I mix it with some vegetables in the side and/or some meat

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tp0Qoz6XYzY
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Chuck rice in rice cooker, add water.
Chuck chicken breast in sandwich press.
Chuck microwaveable steamed vegetable packet in microwave.

Add together on plate, add salt and pepper and hot sauce.

Chuck 300g tuna in bowl
Chuck 300g cottage cheese or quark in bowl

Mix and consume, use crackers if you want.

Fry 4 eggs
Fry 150g bacon
Toast 4 slices bread

Apply eggs and bacon to bread, add salt pepper and preferred sauce.

Take a multi, take fish oil, try and cram a rainbow of vegetables and a serving of fruit into your diet. Keep it simple.
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>>47642101
This is perfect lazy food.
>chx in the oven
>steam in bag broccoli
>rice cooker
I now feel like its too much work to get into my car and buy takeout.
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Any recipes with sardines? Fisherman eggs are good, just wanted to see what else you crazy fucks eat
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>>47642319
Croatian fish soup
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>>47642085
White rice with scrambled eggs and egg whites. Adjust the ratios of the ingredients to hit the desired macros for the meal.
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>>47642319
creamy sardine soup, served cold
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>>47642085

Six egg omelette
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>>47642351
>>47642399
Sick fucks
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>>47642085
rice, beef, frozen veggies, fried eggs and Sriracha sauce. 4-5 times a day.

fruit and nuts for snacks

3 shakes a day.

leanbulk.
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>>47642476
Sounds solid except for the shakes. You can meet your protein requirements from whole foods.
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Thought I'd post here instead of shitting the board up with another thread, but why do I never see the Paleo diet discussed/recommended? It's always the retarded keto meme. Surely Paleo's gotta be a better alternative? Unless it's retarded for other reasons.
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>>47642712
Why avoid carbs to begin with? It's just as memeful as keto
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>>47642686
not that guy but I actually had a hard time eating "enough" when I started working out. This is coming from someone that was trying to lose weight not gain it.
I was living off a greasy high calorie diet that when I switched to chicken, rice, and veggies, eggs etc I could barely eat 1800 calories a day, because the volume of food was so much more. I usually had shakes because it was easier to drink my protein than eat it.
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I make this once a week. Ends up costing me about $15 for 6 or 7 meals. If you use bbq sauce get Sweet Baby Ray's Honey Chipotle.
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>>47643167
pork and 6 hours prep time are a deal breaker but still appreciated
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I watched a sumo documentary last night, and I'm gonna try making chanko nabe.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjH3Gr9-ffs

Makes me salivate just thinking of it.
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if you are a broke college student that's too much of an idiot to cook real things, you can make beany eggs

1) open a can of beans and drain about half the bean water, doesn't have to be precise

2) cover a saucepan/small skillet with cooking spray, dump the beans in there, add spices if the beans aren't already spiced, hot sauce, and 2-3 eggs

3) cook it over medium heat, stirring it regularly, until most of the bean water has evaporated

4) add shredded cheese to the top of it, cook for another minute or two until the cheese is melted

5) eat directly out of saucepan to spite platecucks

total time 10 mins to cook, 600 cals 40g protein
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>>47642085
Chicken thighs, rice, kimchi.
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>>47644160
what are you a jew or something?
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Irishfag here, turkey burgers are 4 for €3.50, 100g protein, 500 cals. Tub of greek yoghurt, €1.20, 50g protein. Keep eating brown rice, broccoli and grated cheese to fill in the rest. Porridge with honey and peanut butter for breakfast, frozen grapes for dessert.
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What are some good, cheap fit approved crock pot recipes?

>>47643167
Looks good, gonna try this
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I like making these its easy and alot of protein for the size.I have onions peppers mushrooms tomatoes and Ill add meat sometimes
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>>47642085
oats and fruit
rice and beans with chicken or eggs
steamed vegetables and sardines out of the can
semen

I recommend the last one for OP
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>>47644160
You retard you cook the pork overnight or during a weekend while playing monster Hunter and working out
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>>47642319
seconding, i love sardines but all i know is fishermans eggs and eating them plain/on crackers
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any recommendations for slow cookers anons?
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>>47642164
What sauces do you use with tuna?
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>>47642284
scooby come back!
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>>47642284
is this a troll? using onions? they have estrogen
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>>47642309

>steam in bag

enjoy your tits





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