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Old 07-05-2007, 07:02 AM   #141
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One can of albacore with one whole avacado mixed in. Since I did this at work, I had no Old Bay or other spices to sprinkle on top.
I really like the tuna avacado mixup. For a breakfats with no cooking it's top.
An apple, fuji or gala, I forget, but it's from Chile.
Some supps.

Rating: Fat-tastic!
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Old 07-05-2007, 08:30 AM   #142
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Same favourite fruit-coconut-cinnamon omelette & coffee breakfast, slight variaton = 4 eggs instead of 3, slightly more coconut and now a mix of berries .

Rating: hmmmmm great.

This week is rest week, but I keep zigzagging calories. Today is hence a higher calorie day. Will eat 2 major meals but then snack throughout the day on fruit (apple & mango) and pistachio nuts.
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Old 07-05-2007, 04:43 PM   #143
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A glass of raw milk and a banana. Rating: Not enough protein.
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Old 07-05-2007, 05:19 PM   #144
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One can of albacore with one whole avacado mixed in. Since I did this at work, I had no Old Bay or other spices to sprinkle on top.
I really like the tuna avacado mixup. For a breakfats with no cooking it's top.
An apple, fuji or gala, I forget, but it's from Chile.
Some supps.

Rating: Fat-tastic!
Hey thanks for the tip on that Tuna /Avacado mashup. tried it last week, used a little cholula and tapitio....nice.
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Old 07-05-2007, 05:55 PM   #145
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I accidentally ended up at a blindfold dinner last night, thinking I was going to a show at the Temple of Music and Art, and they fed us all kinds of things including this AMAZING avocado shooter.

I love avocados so much.

Been looking for a recipe but no such luck so far.
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Old 07-06-2007, 01:38 PM   #146
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1st breakfast: a shake (Casein and Milk) and a few prunes and peanut butter.
2nd breakfast: at work the tunavacado mash and an apple.

Rating: Two breakfasts are better than one. More protein before noon! More fat in the belly, more weight on the bar.
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Old 07-06-2007, 01:39 PM   #147
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I accidentally ended up at a blindfold dinner last night, thinking I was going to a show at the Temple of Music and Art, and they fed us all kinds of things including this AMAZING avocado shooter.
You were blindfolded the whole dinner? Sounds like a real sensory treat.
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You were blindfolded the whole dinner? Sounds like a real sensory treat.
I thought so too! But afterwards I learned that the point was supposed to be sensory deprivation--hence the strange loud music and the food taking forever to come out. There was a kid running around with feathers, and a gnarly ice-thrower at my table (I managed to dodge while blindfolded, somehow.)

Breakfast today was another smoothie, this time with ice blended in as well.
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Old 07-07-2007, 10:17 AM   #149
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I was inspired by all this talk about coconut milk on the PM, so I picked up a few cans.

-a big shake (coconut milk, protein powder, fresh blueberries and a bit of water)
-a big leftover chicken parm wrap
-a big cup of coffee

Rating: Forging elite fatness
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Old 07-09-2007, 05:13 AM   #150
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Coffee.
Pankcakes, with fruit, syrup and a merguez sausage link.

Rating: 2:30pm. Hot hot hot. Total food coma meal. SelfDstructo Rides Again!
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