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#6238068 - 03/27/16 11:05 AM Meal prep
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Well, we finally got this section, so now to utilize it. What's some good meal preps? Anyone have any easy recipes or websites that offer easy fix stuff. Thanks!
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#6238361 - 03/27/16 06:31 PM Re: Meal prep [Re: KWood_TSU]
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Bacon grease on everything to add flavor food
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#6239003 - 03/28/16 10:52 AM Re: Meal prep [Re: KWood_TSU]
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Meal prep is the hardest thing for me, I will usually cook several chicken breasts and have them throughout the week. The problem is when the guys at work suggest a nice double cheese burger it sounds so much better then cold chicken.

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#6239101 - 03/28/16 12:23 PM Re: Meal prep [Re: KWood_TSU]
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As far as food prep for the work week,I tend to grill 4-6 bone in chicken quarters and also take the no drain packaged tuna for a snack.I buy packet mayo that I keep in my desk when I feel like adding it to the tuna. Also usually have lots of veggies on hand too.

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#6239151 - 03/28/16 01:03 PM Re: Meal prep [Re: KWood_TSU]
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I normally do my meal prep for me lunches on the weekend which normally consists of chicken breast, jasmine rice, and some steamed vegetable pack like broccoli or something. I need to start also prepping my dinners as well due to being so tired after work I don't wanna do anything and no one in the house seems to wanna cook dinner.
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#6239158 - 03/28/16 01:08 PM Re: Meal prep [Re: KWood_TSU]
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if you are looking for some pretty good recipes that are pretty tasty and healthy with a lot of odd twists on using things as alternates to common high fat or carb ... Sandy's Kitchen and if you check out the Medifast recipe box, even lower carb & fat recipes.
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#6239300 - 03/28/16 02:59 PM Re: Meal prep [Re: KWood_TSU]
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I either work out and eat what I want or don't work out and watch what I eat.

When working out I can eat whatever I want and not worry about it.
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#6239527 - 03/28/16 06:42 PM Re: Meal prep [Re: KWood_TSU]
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Lots of steamed veggies, green beans, carrots, brocoli, and cauliflower IF it's with something else; Hardest part for me is cutting back on cheese, bread, and of course beer.

Deer meat and chicken is a staple, so that part is not bad.

We're doing lots of crock pot meals, soups, etc that can be either prepped over the weekend or completed and eat leftovers
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#6239688 - 03/28/16 08:36 PM Re: Meal prep [Re: redchevy]
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Originally Posted By: redchevy
I either work out and eat what I want or don't work out and watch what I eat.

When working out I can eat whatever I want and not worry about it.


Yeah I've been trying to work out before work but can't wake myself up and I try to work out after work but I'm so dog tired.
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#6240635 - 03/29/16 04:17 PM Re: Meal prep [Re: KWood_TSU]
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On the advice of friends, my wife and I subscribed to Cooking Light magazine. Lots of decent recipes in there. Some have been good, some have been great. The big picture is that from those recipes, I've really expanded my spice cabinet & learned different ways to cook. The term "lean proteins and healthy vegetables" used to make me cringe, but using different herbs & spices, different oils, and different techniques can make fish, chicken, and venison go so many different ways that I had never tried.

I'll try to post some of the better ones in the days ahead.
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#6241155 - 03/29/16 10:37 PM Re: Meal prep [Re: KWood_TSU]
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Any tips for healthy lunches that can be eaten (and be decent) cold? I'm often driving over lunch time. Fast food is gonna give me a heart attack.
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#6241197 - 03/30/16 12:29 AM Re: Meal prep [Re: Cow_doc.308]
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Originally Posted By: Cow_doc.308
Any tips for healthy lunches that can be eaten (and be decent) cold? I'm often driving over lunch time. Fast food is gonna give me a heart attack.


Last week I did chicken and rice with mushrooms. I kept it in Tupperware in my cooler then I'd go in a convenience store and warm it up in their microwave. Almost all stations these days have microwaves you can use.
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#6241261 - 03/30/16 07:05 AM Re: Meal prep [Re: Cow_doc.308]
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Originally Posted By: Cow_doc.308
Any tips for healthy lunches that can be eaten (and be decent) cold? I'm often driving over lunch time. Fast food is gonna give me a heart attack.


Buddy has a soft sided cooler that he takes with him. In it he stuffs cheese, fruits, yogurt, OJ, cold deli meats, crackers, all kinds of stuff. Carrots, lots of carrots. There's plenty of stuff.
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#6242180 - 03/30/16 06:44 PM Re: Meal prep [Re: Cast]
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My wife finds a lot of her meal prep ideas on Pinterest and I usually end up throwing some kind of chicken on the grill for her on Sunday's. One recent one she likes is this

Sriracha Honey Chicken
3 Tablespoons Sriracha hot sauce
1 Tablespoon honey
1 Tablespoon Melted butter
1 teaspoon Garlic Powder
1/2 Teaspoon Italian Seasoning
1/2 Teaspoon Salt
1/2 Teaspoon Ground Black Pepper
2 skinless chicken breast

Says oven @450 15-20 min( I use the grill)


Edited by _Lee (03/30/16 06:52 PM)

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#6268006 - 04/20/16 08:38 AM Re: Meal prep [Re: KWood_TSU]
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Pretty much stick to high protein meat dishes, chicken, beef and allot of venison. After my morning workout I have 4 raw eggs, lunch usually involves last nights meal and dinner will be beef, chicken or venison usually done in a skillet with rice, veggies or pasta. We keep it pretty simple.
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