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i never used to like avocados because i always thought of it as Gerber food but now i like in it's natural form.
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I've noticed something magical. Whenever I have sashimi for dinner, I wake up weighing considerably less (half lb minimum). Over the past 50 days of my diet, I've had sashimi at least 10 times, and each time I've had it, I've woken up .5-1lb less than the day before.

I weigh myself the same time each morning, after my morning pee and poop, before eating anything. I drink the same amount of fluids everyday and usually have a pretty constant and repetitive diet. I count both my calories and my macros. My weight hardly ever fluctuates more than .2lbs.

For the past 2 weeks, I had been in the 174lb range. Then 2 days ago I had sashimi for lunch, and yesterday had sashimi for dinner. Today, I woke up weighing 172lbs. IT NEVER FAILS ME!
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damn it, i'm the same weight as you and i've been trying to get down to 160-ish for the past year or two but these damn belVitas and Trader Joes granola bars got me messed up.

Going to the gym every day during my lunch and playing handballallday on the weekends doesn't mean shit.

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damn it, i'm the same weight as you and i've been trying to get down to 160-ish for the past year or two but these damn belVitas and Trader Joes granola bars got me messed up.

Going to the gym every day during my lunch and playing handballallday on the weekends doesn't mean shit.

Diet diet diet.
I was 189 over the winter

My lean body mass is somewhere around 145, so I'm going for 155-160 overall weight.
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I've noticed something magical. Whenever I have sashimi for dinner, I wake up weighing considerably less (half lb minimum). Over the past 50 days of my diet, I've had sashimi at least 10 times, and each time I've had it, I've woken up .5-1lb less than the day before.

I weigh myself the same time each morning, after my morning pee and poop, before eating anything. I drink the same amount of fluids everyday and usually have a pretty constant and repetitive diet. I count both my calories and my macros. My weight hardly ever fluctuates more than .2lbs.

For the past 2 weeks, I had been in the 174lb range. Then 2 days ago I had sashimi for lunch, and yesterday had sashimi for dinner. Today, I woke up weighing 172lbs. IT NEVER FAILS ME!
damn bruh... 10 week sashimi diet plan and you'll weigh 0 lbs!
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Old 05-06-2016, 12:09 PM   #38 (permalink)
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I was vegetarian for all of a month to try it. All my joint pain went away.
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when i was a vegetarian for all of 48 hrs just to try it, my desire to live on this planet went away.
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I keep 1 or 2 days a week vegetarian, but make up for it by eating all I can eat k-bbq and having a 5lb intake of meat once every two weeks.
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I had some cold leftover McDonald's fries (grandkids are good for that). They were still delicious.

End of the day, we're all leaving this planet feet first. Moderation is the key. Do what blows up your pant leg (or legs, if you're a mutant).
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cold fries :/

It's one of the only leftover foods I can't eat cold, or microwaved. Have to re-fry them, but then they are probably crunchy or burnt.
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Hmmm leftovers. Good depending on what it is.
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Tonight's dinner... ground lamb skewers with peri peri seasoning. Seared in a non stick pan and cooked medium. Steamed broccoli with lemon and butter. Fresh home made salsa with mango, red onion, red pepper, lime juice, jalapenos, and a little S&P.

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I dunno, I just cook Filipino food anymore. Tons of fat, vegetables, meat and rice. I'm starting to think it actually might be pretty healthy.

Tonight probably make sinigang. It's like a sour soup with braised pork ribs in it. It's all fatty and awesome.
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menudo and dinuguan all day ery day.

Oh and pork grinds.

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I ate 2 hot dogs and 5 beers last night. #baseballgamefoods

Such a poor choice when our stadium has sushi and crepes. #justseattlethings

Today's lunch is some grilled chicken, kale chips, watermelon, and nuts. Boooooooring.
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Such a poor choice when our stadium has sushi and crepes. #justseattlethings
Seattle has sushi and crepes; Phoenix has the 1,117 calorie ChurroDog...

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Damn. AZ knows! I haven't had a donut in tooooo long.

I had a snack. I'm not a huge fan but there's a lot of flavor and it tries really hard. And so damn expensive!

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Yeah, milk chocolate covered pretzels dipped in cookie butter is happening right now.

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Damn. AZ knows! I haven't had a donut in tooooo long.

I had a snack. I'm not a huge fan but there's a lot of flavor and it tries really hard. And so damn expensive!
I've had some kale crisp stuff that I really liked, but damn yes it's expensive. Too expensive to really eat regularly.
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No garlic bread no care.

Anyone have new and exciting breakfast ideas? I'm trying to maintain a vegetable and a healthy fat in there. Most days it's some kind of egg, some asparagus or spinach, avocado or nuts, and a fruit bowl. My egg game is strong so any cooking style works...
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Sous vide 62.4C egg, avocado, toast with a drizzle of truffle oil (plus salt, pepper, paprika). enjoy
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I've had some kale crisp stuff that I really liked, but damn yes it's expensive. Too expensive to really eat regularly.
Easy and cheap to make!
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No heat stick meat stick for the sous vide. Sorry to disappoint Steve. It's on the list but don't want to drop a couple of bills to experiment. And no toast. Bread is the devil.

Kale chips are a pain to make assuming you wash and clean the leaves well. But after that a spritz of EVOO and a dash of smoked sea salt and they're amazing.
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I built a $30 temperature controller and use a crock pot to souse vide.

Put one of these:
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Plug it into a wall, plug a MANUAL (not Digital) crock pot into the magic box.
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Magic box will power the crock pot until the desired temp is reached. Will turn off once temp is reached.
Cook for as as long as you like (i've run pork ribs for 2 days without issue.. buttery soft when finished).

The only thing this will not do is recirculate the water, which hasn't been too much of an issue for me.
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No heat stick meat stick for the sous vide. Sorry to disappoint Steve. It's on the list but don't want to drop a couple of bills to experiment. And no toast. Bread is the devil.

Kale chips are a pain to make assuming you wash and clean the leaves well. But after that a spritz of EVOO and a dash of smoked sea salt and they're amazing.
The Anova precision cooker I have is $50 off right now... down to $129. So cheap
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I built a $30 temperature controller and use a crock pot to souse vide.

Put one of these:
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in a project box, and wire it up all proper-like.
I bought one premade http://www.ebay.com/itm/AC-110V-220V...8AAOSwDNdVkPf1
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