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Old 06-25-2007, 05:23 AM   #91
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Tender, flavorful leftover marinated skirt steak
2 fuji apples
sh*t coffee

Rating: I should have gotten that 80 snatch.
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Old 06-25-2007, 05:51 AM   #92
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Tender, flavorful leftover marinated skirt steak
Gala apple. Peanut butter. Some other junk.

Rating: Best team post-meet meat to date.
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Old 06-26-2007, 06:24 AM   #93
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Steak
Strawberries
Yogurt
Coffee
A Good Humour Strawberry Shortcake on a stick

Rating: 76.9 kg, here I come...
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Old 06-26-2007, 06:33 AM   #94
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Tiny bite o' steak, a bit o' whey, apple, supps....

Rating: It's ok, I will have steak for lunch.
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Old 06-27-2007, 04:02 AM   #95
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First post here.

Am observing IF in a lazy 'Ramadan' fashion, viz. eat IF-ish on rest days by having 2 meals (sometimes plus a snack , mostly an apple or other fruit and coffee) : breakfast around 10am and dinner around 10pm.

Lazy 'Ramadan' fashion, since for the real Ramadan you're officially you're supposed to eat before sunrise and after sunset (here 4-5am/10pm) and nothing in between, not even water (or chewing gum?)

What I ate:
raspberry - coconut omelette fried in real lightly salted butter
What I drank:
instant mocha flavoured coffee w 2 tbsp cocoa and 8g of 72% dark chocolate

Rating: orgasmic tasting raspberries , coffee is terrific as well.

Currently chewing gum all day long with perhaps 1 Pink Lady and another cup of coffee plus fish oil caps in between.

I've joined because of the references I saw about intermittent fasting on this forum in Anthony Colpo's Low Carb Muscle Forum (Rob Wolff) as well as some in Lyle's BR.com (Shaf = ??) . Most there will know me as 'Espi'.
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Old 06-27-2007, 04:50 AM   #96
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Trying to get back on IF schedule after a week of hospital visits, then I'll work on food selection:

June 26, 2007
~1530
2 packets of beef ramen + 5 eggs
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Rating: Ramen is a huge achilles heel for me.....so who wants to come up with a gluten free, all fat no carb ramen? Heh.
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Old 06-27-2007, 05:18 AM   #97
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Only if you want to make ramen from scratch.. or semi-scratch.

Take the cheap ramen noodles , discard the content except for the dried veggies and spices and replace this with shiritaki noodles.
I don't know how easy these are to be found as I have never found these in shops around here, not even ethnic shops. They are flavourless so I would just go for the fake noodles like some people make them by grating zucchini into noodles. As well as making fake rice from cauliflower.
Makes you really wonder whether it's all worthy the effort. Rather than eat something entirely different like my raspberry coconut omelette, you'd simply never go back to ramen noodles
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Old 06-27-2007, 05:58 AM   #98
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Egg and turkey scarmble, with tomatillo salsa. I like this. It's good. All I needed was Mexicheese.
Apple, pb, supps.

Rating: Thanks for the mammaries.
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Old 06-27-2007, 06:35 AM   #99
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plain yogurt
fresh pineapple chunks
some strawberries
Some larger-than-expected blueberry pancakes
coffee

Rating: You're welcome
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Old 06-28-2007, 02:37 AM   #100
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Breakfast:
- Italian stir-fry (broccoli, celery, bell pepper, carrot, onion) veggie soup with fish & poached egg plus spicy peanut butter and chilly paste added.

- the usual coffee+cocoa+pc of chocolate , now with 1 tbsp of shredded coconut
- supps : 10ml of cod liver oil w a few drops of peppermint oil , sulbutiamine supp, another B-complex, resveratrol , krill oil.

Will have the delish fruit-coconut omelette later this afternoon as a pre-workout meal.
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