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"Clean" quick fixes and take out? ANy good tinned food?

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2005/07/20 17:02:58 (permalink)

"Clean" quick fixes and take out? ANy good tinned food?

Hey - just wondering what you all do when yoursick of cooking or eating the same old turkey sandwich.

Obviously McD's and KFC and pizza is OUT. But, what about chinese, japanese (rice with some stir fry or grilled fish with rice or sushi)? What about charcoal whole chickens (take the skin off), are they okay or does the fat from the skin go into the meat?

Any other idea's? Also, what can I eat at night? Should it be protein (meat)? Or, is a protein shake better?

Any general guidelines on no fuss clean eating? If its easier i'll stick to it. Once I went crazy (brown rice, oatmeal in the morning, chhicken breast, no taste ... etc etc), and, I gave up 2 weeks in. I;ve been abit more flexible and have gone okay for 18 weeks now - have grown heaps too.

Cheers lads for any comments and suggestions. They would be a nice change to the tinned tuna, sardines and baked beans I keep in my bag - any other useful tinned foods???. :)
post edited by capa - 2005/07/20 17:06:07
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    Nature Boy
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    RE: "Clean" quick fixes and take out? ANy good tinned food? 2005/07/20 17:32:22 (permalink)
    Have salads use pitta breads, add sauces pesto, use oils, you can never got bored as there is so much choice. Wouldnt have chinese maybe as cheat meal or special occasion. Charcol chickens are good minus the skin. Im currently cutting so I have why in water with flax oil. But when I was bulking I was having oats in milk, scoop of whey and nut butter mixed. Cottage chesse would be good if you like it. As for tinned foods salmon and mackeral are good. Post your diet it will be easier to give detailed advice
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