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  1. #11
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    Sep 2018


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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Santana View Post
    Counting calories for weight gain typically leads to fat overconsumption because it is the easiest way to accumulate calories. Count carbohydrates and protein and let fat fall where it does. That will work better for you.
    Easy enough and a good actionable plan going forward! Thanks for the help and sense of direction!

  2. #12
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    Mar 2019


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    Easy stovetop steak and rice meal prep. Requires a big ass pot and pan.
    approx. 3meals for 3days:

    *5lbs of 90/10 ground beef
    *2 green peppers 1 onion, chopped
    *3-4oz worchestershire sauce
    *Dab of olive oil

    32oz arborio rice
    1 tablespoon butter
    1)Sautée peppers and onions in large pan/wok
    2)Add beef & worchestershire sauce
    3)Cook on medium until brown ~20mins,
    stir occasionally
    4)Drain the fat (this makes it more like 95% lean)

    1)Bring the rice to a boil with ~8 cups of water (or broth)
    2)then cook on low for 15-20 Mins until it looks the way you want
    3) add broth and water and cook longer if you want it fluffier. Arborio rice is fucking amazing.

    Put the beef in a big container and the rice in another. You can portion it into smaller containers as well.

    Reheating is easy:
    1)Put the beef on the rice and nuke it for 3:30-4mins.
    2) add broth or steak sauce and stir well. I don’t like it soupy so I just add a bit of whole food’s steak sauce and stir.

    I’ve been eating 2-3 of these meals daily for the last 16 months and I love it every time. Obviously this is only part of my diet, but it’s the staple and its easy!

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