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Cheap food - 05-28-2005, 01:42 AM

Can anyone help me out with some ideas of some cheap, high protein food. I eat a lot of tuna, probably too much. Any suggestions on some frozen food that i can buy bulk? The gear was relatively cheap, the diet is damn expensive. any ideas other than tuna would be extremley helpful.
   
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I buy a bag with skinless breasts in them. Fairly inexpensive.
   
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I buy a bag with skinless breasts in them. Fairly inexpensive.
Is that a frozen food item?
   
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"Great value" chicken breast from Wall-Mart.......very cheap and good.

don't agree with the pasta though.....
   
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"Great value" chicken breast from Wall-Mart.......very cheap and good.

don't agree with the pasta though.....
Pasta is just a big carb bomb bro. I just buy lots of meat and veggies.


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I have a bad sweet tooth........that's were I get my carbs....lol
   
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I have a bad sweet tooth........that's were I get my carbs....lol
I hear you bro! I was in the mall last week and I was passing by one of the Mrs Smiths cookie counters, and I started to fucking drool! Those brownies and cookies damn near got me again!


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Canned chicken, canned tuna, and I get the regular Myoplex shakes for $1.25 each. They have 42g protien. Frozen boneless skinnless chicken breast is a good value too. I always buy Tyson. A little more expensive, but the quality is sooooo much better. Eggs are cheap too. I eat 8 whites and 2 yolks every morning with s scoop of Opt.Nutr. protien.

I had to do something about controlling costs. My wife was going berzerk. Now she is a little better now that I have found cheaper solutions and I cook in bulk to last me a week.

Yes the diet is the most expensive part for sure.
   
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Last week I bought some "muscle milk....cookin'n creme" from CytoSport.

This stuff worked great for me......I swear it seemed like I gainded an extra 5lbs of muscle with this. cheap too..
   
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Last week I bought some "muscle milk....cookin'n creme" from CytoSport.

This stuff worked great for me......I swear it seemed like I gainded an extra 5lbs of muscle with this. cheap too..
I use the isopure protien (50g per serving). It comes in an 8.8lb bucket for like 56 bucks. That's like $1.27 per serving, and it tastes great!


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Grilling season is here. Finally some chicken breasts you can look forward to.


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Grilling season is here. Finally some chicken breasts you can look forward to.
MMMMMMMMM....... Breasts!!!
   
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well it must be said ,

oatmeal is a great source of protine and cheep as well
   
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well it must be said ,

oatmeal is a great source of protine and cheep as well
YEP...eat it every day!


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So let me get this straight. Tuna, Frozen chicken breats, and oats. I'm gonna get so sick of this.
   
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