Ok, the "Fat loss for noobs" thread, the mention is made to "get enough protein", and a formula was provided to get that number. Most people in that thread needed about 150g minimum, and I am probably around that number maybe higher.
So in that thread I've been wearing people out on a particular issue, and I apologize for it a little but something was wrong with my program, and I just discovered it is that I am currently eating probably barely half of my necessary protein.
I am a multi-sport accomplished athlete and have lifted with competitive body builders at different times in my life, but am a disaster in the kitchen and know very little about nutrition. Things have opened up for me in the last 6 months to finally solve those last two problems and basically last night I figured out that I am way below the recommended level of protein mentioned in that thread. I think this is really a contributing factor to the problem I was discussing in that thread (you can go read that if you feel like, no need to rehash it here).
So due to my kitchen handicaps, I was wondering if people can describe how they achieve 150+ grams of protein in a day. I'm at a loss. I don't really care how you do it, and don't want this thread to turn into a debate on the merits of getting it from shakes or real food, but please explain what you're eating daily that gets you to that number. I am not doing that and it may make a big difference for me.