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Replacement for Tuna and Cottage Cheese?

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sambam
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2005/08/03 21:41:48 (permalink)
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Replacement for Tuna and Cottage Cheese?

Was going to try the cutting diet from James posted at top of page. Was wondering what I can replace tuna and cottage cheese with, as I hate both of them? Also, as a female, would I need to reduce the total calories?
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    Yib
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    RE: Replacement for Tuna and Cottage Cheese? 2005/08/03 22:28:08 (permalink)
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    Yes, you should use it as a guideline and adjust it to fit your needs.

    Tuna can be replaced by any other source with similar nutritional breakdown...same with cottage cheese. So you can have chicken and quark instead..for example.

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    RE: Replacement for Tuna and Cottage Cheese? 2005/08/03 22:44:05 (permalink)
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    Thanx for the reply. Looks like I'm going to have to buy a lot of chicken!
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    RE: Replacement for Tuna and Cottage Cheese? 2005/08/03 22:46:51 (permalink)
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    Well there's other stuff too. Turkey, lean beef, eggs, etc.

    It's what it all adds up to overall that you should look at..or per meal really.

    What does a normal day of eating look like at the moment?
    Why don't you have people on here build up a diet for you from there?

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    RE: Replacement for Tuna and Cottage Cheese? 2005/08/03 23:57:50 (permalink)
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    Try tuna blended with orange juice.

    It's cheap, low in cals and packed with protein.

    It's ideal for cutting.

    Be brave
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    RE: Replacement for Tuna and Cottage Cheese? 2005/08/03 23:59:08 (permalink)
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    ...most things can be ideal for cutting.

    There are other ways to mask the taste of tuna though. Not sure about the cottage cheese though as I don't mind the taste really.

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    RE: Replacement for Tuna and Cottage Cheese? 2005/08/04 01:21:14 (permalink)
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    I can't stand cottage cheese either.

    Chicken, basically.
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    RE: Replacement for Tuna and Cottage Cheese? 2005/08/04 12:40:00 (permalink)
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    tuna with mayo is quite nice. I find tuna bland and dry so add it to some pasta and sauce, makes all the difference
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    RE: Replacement for Tuna and Cottage Cheese? 2005/08/04 12:58:58 (permalink)
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    have you tried tuna with lashings of salt & vinegar?
    changes the taste dramatically i find.....luuuuurvely!
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    RE: Replacement for Tuna and Cottage Cheese? 2005/08/04 19:48:16 (permalink)
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    YUK, not keen on salt or vinegar, dont add them to my food. Will try adding flavour to tuna, see how it goes.
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