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2003/07/30 21:31:51 (permalink)
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nice quick lunch meal

i find that this is a really nice meal to have post workout with a shake or just as a lunch itself.
It is basically just,
quick egg noodles (any generic one there are loads)
and a can of tuna
Just remember to fully drain the tuna as it often comes in sunflower oil which you don't want.
I haven't got the content infomation but basically it is just complex carbs with protein and a minimum of fat.
I m sure there are varients on this.
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    jon_weymer
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    RE: nice quick lunch meal 2003/07/31 15:59:29 (permalink)
    got the content info now so here it is

    protein 37 g
    carbs 49 g (none sugars)
    fat 17g

    the fat is probably too high for most of you out there but since this is very quick to do and im not really a BB or anything i find this really good.
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    RE: nice quick lunch meal 2003/07/31 21:24:37 (permalink)
    I agree, its something that I havent done in a while though!
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    RE: nice quick lunch meal 2003/08/01 08:32:29 (permalink)
    Mate, tuna in water/brine is as common as tuna in oil... with no fat.
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    RE: nice quick lunch meal 2003/08/05 12:24:22 (permalink)
    Yeah, i don't see tuna in oil that much where i shop. Brine and spring water (which i prefer, although a bit more expensive) is much more common from what i see.
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