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    Meal Plan?

    Hey guys, I need some help with setting up a meal plan. Preferably just for breakfast and lunch as I can't really control what I eat for dinner as it is what my family decides. If none of you have read my other posts I am looking at bulking up. So I know that some days I will be able to eat eggs for breakfast but I may need to find something quick for days where I have to be at work/college sooner. For lunch, I'm mainly between peanut butter and jelly sandwiches or chicken salad/tuna salad sandwiches.

    #2
    I've been making what I call a calorie slayer smoothie every morning for a while now. Warning that it can trigger tiredness when you first start slamming 1k calories for breakfast but I think I've adjusted now. Smoothies are great because you can keep adding and don't have to chew =P. My other stand-by is brown rice with beans/veggies cooked together then I throw meat on top if I have it. The beans/veggies can store (vegan actually) for over a week and it's always available. The beans/veggies are like onion + sweet potato simmered until cooked (takes a while), add diced tomatoes, 2 cans beans, 1 lb frozen spinach, 1 lb frozen okra, tomato paste, and other veggies. It comes out as a slop that's ready to measure out by the cup. Just ate some with pork.

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    As for pb&j vs chicken salad sandwiches; PB&J has a lot of sugar in it and would be the backup option in my case. Sometimes I crave that and it's good too but cutting back on sugar pays off in subtle ways.

    May have already seen these but I inform my diet from this info every now and again: https://darebee.com/mealplans/modern-hero.html, https://darebee.com/mealplans/mass-effect.html

    Stuff like frozen chicken makes an easy meal if you add frozen broccoli too; I prefer frozen over canned stuff too btw but canned beans & diced tomatoes are pretty convenient.

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      #3
      Not really looking to follow a guided meal plan too much because I do like some flexibility, but like figuring out a couple different combos wouldn’t be too bad

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        #4
        You might try taking a few combinations from the mass effect meal plan. And if you have flexibility to add a snack sometime during the day or after dinner or a workout then that could help. Cottage cheese is really quick for breakfast and has protein.

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          #5
          Pseudonymravid definitely can do snacks, any suggestions as to what to eat with the cottage cheese?

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            #6
            I like it with any kind of fruit, or tomatoes and salt and black pepper mixed in. Or a spoonful of powdered sugar and some vanilla so it's a dessert but with protein.

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              #7
              neilarey or anyone else that can help, hope y’all don’t mind my asking but how does yogurt and cinnamon fulfill A+C in mass effect meal plan? Thanks in advance

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