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    Originally Posted by pbfanatic321 View Post
    Where do you guys buy your shirataki noodles? I checked Kroger and Meijers but none of them had it. I checked in the asian international section.
    I get mine at Henry's Farmer's Market. At that store, they're in the deli refrigerator shelf with all of the other tofu. I've checked Fresh and Easy, Ralph's (Kroeger), Albertson's and Stater Bros and didn't find them at any of those 4 stores.

    EDIT: Although they are gaining popularity, so more stores might be selling them in the future. The Ralph's near my place didn't sell Ezekiel bread until a few months ago.
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    Here's a rough recipe for the homemade protein bars I make for myself:
    200g oats
    3 scoops whey
    3 egg whites
    about 100ml skimmed milk
    1 tbsp peanut butter
    4-5 medium bananas
    good helping of cinnamon and nutmeg (both ground) - depends on personal preference

    puree the bananas (or leave them chunky - personal preference), then basically mix up everything in 1 big bowl.

    bake in pre-heated oven, about 180^C for approx 30-40 minutes.

    they are very tasty, moist, and very healthy.

    above mixture should make approximately 16 bars measuring roughly 2cm/2cm/8cm. each should have approximately 110 calories, 2g fat, 8g protein, 14g carbs, depending on exact brands/ingredients used.

    adjust protein added to suit what you want out of them. I usually have 2 for my morning snack, and they fill me up pretty good on my cut (1400 cals/day). Usually have them around 11am, and 2 fill me up till about 1pm.

    Recipe could be modified slightly to turn them into a desert I think, maybe with a bit of low fat organic ice cream?? not tried this yet.
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    Not so much a recipe, but I stumbled across meat free burgers yesterday and the nutritional contents seem pretty good (plus great for vegetarians too):

    Per Burger:

    Calories: 157
    Protein: 20.4
    Carbs: 7.4
    Fat: 5.1
    Saturates: 0.6

    A couple of these = +40g protein!

    http://www.quorn.co.uk/products/Quarter_Pounder.aspx
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    I just tried this and loved it. I though I'd share.

    Peanut butter with cinnamon splenda

    2 slices whole wheat bread ~130 calories
    1 tbsp. peanut butter ~ 100 calories
    I can't believe it's not butter spray ~ 0 calories
    Cinnamon mixed with splenda to taste ~ 0 calories

    Make your pb sandwich and let it get hot on a Foreman grill. It takes about 2-4 minutes, more or less depending if you like the grill lines on the bread. Now, add the butter spray and cinnamon splenda to taste. Delicious!
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    Originally Posted by pbfanatic321 View Post
    Where do you guys buy your shirataki noodles? I checked Kroger and Meijers but none of them had it. I checked in the asian international section.
    Finally saw these at Meijer. Check in the produce section near the tofu.
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    Originally Posted by enzuiguri View Post
    Finally saw these at Meijer. Check in the produce section near the tofu.
    The ones at Meijer are made of tofu and higher in calories than the real ones. I use these - they show 0 calories on the packaging.

    http://www.asianfoodgrocer.com/produ...rataki-noodles
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    Originally Posted by thrashertm View Post
    The ones at Meijer are made of tofu and higher in calories than the real ones. I use these - they show 0 calories on the packaging.

    http://www.asianfoodgrocer.com/produ...rataki-noodles
    True, but the entire packet is only 40 cals. Compare that to 175 cals for 8oz of whole wheat pasta. I'll take the tofu anyday.

    Holy crap! 10 pack of tofu shirataki fettucini on that website for $17.99! Repped for saving me money!
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    Originally Posted by Il_Dago View Post
    Tried making spaghetti with the shirataki noodles. Totally not ready to share with the rest of the class. Needs a lot of work. Main problems: My sauce needed to be thicker and the noodles needed to be rinsed more thouroughly to prevent sticking (maybe add some olive oil?). Will get back in the lab/kitchen this weekend.
    To thicken the sauce, just add a can (or half) of tomato paste, that should thicken it up. As for sticky noodles the reason noodles stick is because most people don't do it the way we Italians do it: You cook them, drain them and immediately throw them in with the sauce. If for some reason you can't do it that way a little olive oil will keep them from sticking, however, the sauce may not stick to the noodles either. Best thing is to go from the pot to the strainer to the sauce. Don't let the noodles cool and don't rinse them.
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    Tried the banana ice cream (one frozen banana, scoop, 1 oz milk) and the protein pancake (1/2 cup egg, 1 scoop protein with choice of condiment)

    Both taste great and I will recommend both to anyone! The banana especially tastes the equivalent of a sick dessert.
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    Just a couple snacking recipes I came up with, all below 180 cal each:

    tuna spinach salad
    * 1/2 cup Flaked Light Tuna
    * 1 1/2 cups Spinach
    * 1/4 cup Cucumber
    * 1/2 cup Peppers, Sweet, Red
    * 1 tbsp Balsamic Vinegar
    * 1/4 tsp Black Pepper

    Toss all of these together.

    Calories 164
    Total Fat 1.4g
    Total Carbohydrate 9.1g
    Sugars 5.75g
    Protein 28.26g

    Low Fat Cream of Mushroom Soup

    * 1 cup Skim Milk
    * 1/2 cup Cremini Mushrooms
    * 1/2 cup Water
    * 1/4 cup Onions
    * 1/4 tsp Black Pepper
    * 1/2 Chicken Boullion Cubes
    * 1/4 tsp Spices, Cayenne Pepper

    chop mushrooms, mix together, simmer until mushrooms go soft

    Serving Size: 2 cups
    Calories 136
    Total Fat 0.04g
    Total Carbohydrate 19.38g
    Sugars 14.08g
    Protein 11.93g
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    Pork and Cabbage:

    1 bag of coleslaw mix
    3/4-1 pound of pork loin
    1 small onion
    2 tbsp of cider vinegar
    1/2 can of low sodium chicken broth
    1 clove of garlic chopped
    add pepper to taste ( I suggest about 1/2 tsp).
    1 tbsp of olive oil

    add oil to hot large pan, throw in the pork and cook until nearly done and add the onion and garlic. Cook onion and garlic until done. When meat and onion is done add the cabbage to the pan and pour the broth over the cabbage. Bring to a simmer and cook until cabbage is done. Sprinkle vinegar over the cabbage/meat mix and add pepper also. Mix and serve.

    4 large servings

    236 calories
    5g carbs
    7g of fat
    33g of protein


    You could also add an diced apple if you want, but it ups things a little:

    260 calories
    11g carbs

    others are the same
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    Peanut butter Yogurt

    Half cup plain yogurt
    2 tbsp Peanut butter
    1 tbsp Splenda
    2 tbsp water

    MIX
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    "Burrito Bowl"

    I've been living off of this recipe for the last 3 weeks, and I love it - its great if you love chipotle/ hotter foods!

    6 oz chicken breast- diced
    1/4 cup of shredded cheese
    Chunky Salsa
    1/2 Red or Green Pepper cut up
    Chili Powder, Black Pepper, Ground Red Pepper

    Optional:
    1/2 cup of brown rice
    Hot Sauce / Pepper Sauce

    I cook the chicken and red or green pepper on the stove top for a few minutes,
    while it is cooking I add in the spices above. If you are using rice, put in a bowl, followed by the chicken/peppers. Add salsa on top, sprinkle the cheese over it, add some hot or pepper sauce on it, and then microwave it again for another 25-30 seconds..

    I haven't been eating many carbs lately - so I dropped the rice.. turns into a 300 calorie "burrito bowl" if you will, with plenty of protein!
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    love the chilli ideas but how do you guys measure the cal/protien servings per bowl? thats the biggest problem that stopped me from making it
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    Originally Posted by john.d. View Post
    love the chilli ideas but how do you guys measure the cal/protien servings per bowl? thats the biggest problem that stopped me from making it
    Spend 5-10 minutes adding up all the carb/fat/protein/cals of the ingredients and divide it into portions that fit your goal cals/macros (ie if you want a 400 cal portion and the total ingredients add up to 4000 calories, you'll have ten servings). Pour the chili into a measuring cup to see how much you have total to find portion size (ie if you have 10 cups of chili, each serving size will be one cup). It sounds a bit annoying but after you've done it once (write it down!) you'll be set from there on.
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    A great find for my protein shakes is Almond Milk. It has about 40 calories per cup.

    Banana- Strawberry Protein Shake:
    2 cups of Almond Milk
    2 scoops of Whey Rocky Road Protein
    1 Banana
    4-6 Strawberries
    Few Ice Cubes

    Delicious.
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    Personal favorites that I make frequently




    Delicious, protein rich homemade mashed potates.


    Take potatoes
    Peel said potatoes
    Cut each potato into four pieces
    Boil potato pieces untill they are soft
    Remove water
    Smash potatoes with fork or anything that works
    Add baking protein, mix with some skimmed milk
    Add salt, pepper and/or whatever spices you like
    Enjoy this healthy meal.



    Tuna sauce; good with pasta, on a pizza or by itself

    Ingredients:
    Strained tomatoes (Unflavored, just tomatoes)
    Tuna (In water)
    Garlic
    Baking protein
    Salt and pepper
    Chilli

    Use any amount of whatver you want. This just can't go wrong if you have working tastebuds.

    So, this is just to mix it all together. I prefer slightly frying the tuna in the pan and mixing it together with the baking protein, then adding the strained tomatoes and the rest. Boil it up just a bit, and done!

    For an extra, low-calorie filler, add mushrooms to it. With only 12 calories per 100 grams, mushrooms are awesome.




    The calories of those two meals are very low. Main calorie amount comes from the protein. Potatoes only contain around 40 kcal per 100 g, which makes it a very handy food while cutting.
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    subscribed to this thread, looks very promising.

    i'll look into getting those noodles too and experimenting.

    last night i made ramen (entire package), removed the broth, and added scrambled eggs (2 whites, 1 whole) and was going to add some sausage, but ran out. Was somewhat tasteless, but very palatable.

    Nutritional Data:

    482 Calories
    20.5g fat
    215mg cholesterol (somewhat high, that's from the 1 whole egg)
    455mg sodium
    53 carbs (also somewhat higher than most cutting foods)
    22g protein
    0 sugar
    0 fiber

    When replacing the ramen noodles with the shirataki (sp?) noodles mentioned earlier, it would have less sodium, fat and carbs. Seems good for me.
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    Very nice thread going here. Sub'd for future good recipes. I'll toss in one of my morning favs. Gives good flavor without sacrificing too much nutrition. You can add more or less of the peanut butter and banana to your liking or sub out other fruits you may like in place.


    Peanut Butter and Banana Oatmeal

    1/2 cup oats
    1/2 banana sliced
    1tbsp peanut butter

    Boil water and add enough to your oats to get the end consistency you desire. Stir in peanut butter and banana. Let sit till oats are cooked through. Eat up.

    Roughly

    Calories - 282
    Carbohydrates - 45g
    Saturated Fat - 1.5g
    Sugars - 9g
    Protein - 10g


    Above carbohydrate count does not reflect fiber, so count will actually be lower.
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    Step 1: Open can of tuna
    Step 2: Eat tuna
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    Will be seeking out shirataki noodles this eve. I can't WAIT for something of "substance!" to add to my current cut of the staples. Chicken, tuna, broccoli, etc. I'm stuck in a boring rut and i'm now motivated to actually make something. Thanks :]

    Also will be in with some recipes. I'm the queen of modifying my old favs to enjoy all the time. Like I said, in a boring rut of eating pan cooked chicken and tuna out of the can, good motivational thread.
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    I have actually taken many or most of the recipes and put them into spreadsheet form. Just a rough-in for now as this will become my new recipe book!! If anyone would like a copy of it the way it is pm me. It's not perfect by any means but if I pass it to one person than they can pass it on to others. Also, I ordered some of those noodles too from asainfoodgrocer.com! Can't wait this stuff looks delicious.
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    Originally Posted by Heilman97 View Post
    I have actually taken many or most of the recipes and put them into spreadsheet form. Just a rough-in for now as this will become my new recipe book!! If anyone would like a copy of it the way it is pm me. It's not perfect by any means but if I pass it to one person than they can pass it on to others. Also, I ordered some of those noodles too from asainfoodgrocer.com! Can't wait this stuff looks delicious.
    If anyone is interested in this in a Microsoft OneNote format, I'm almost done editing it and putting it all in order.

    I may work on some form of a database or something later, but for now, OneNote will have to do.


    Also as firm "Thank You!" to everyone who posted a recipe here. Microwaved chicken and a bland can of tuna is pretty much what always kills my diet.
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    FO - Quiche

    1 - 16oz container of Eggbeaters or equivalent C 210, P 42, F 0
    1 - 16ozs Fat Free cottage cheese (I like Market Basket’s Brand with Chives) 320, P 56, F 0
    1 - 16oz Frozen block of Chopped Spinach (again MB brand) C105, P 13.5, F 1
    Salt and pepper

    Heat oven to 325 degree. Spray casserole pan or Pyrex pan with Pam. You can use a 9x9 or a 9x13 depending on how thick you want your FO-quiche to be.

    Thaw spinach and squeeze out as much water as possible. In a large bowl break up spinach and check for stems (remove any stems). Add cottage cheese and Eggbeaters and mix well. Add salt and pepper.

    Poor mixture into pan and spread evenly. Bake 325 for about 1 hour. Remove and cool 15 minutes before cutting. Freezes very well.

    Divide into 6 servings:

    Calorie Breakdown per serving: 106 Calories, 16 Grams Protein, Less than 1 Gram Fat

    Variations/Additions

    2 cubic inches of FETA Cheese (none of that low-fat Feta please) crumbled into the mixture adds 15 calories per serving, less than 1 gram of protein and just 1 gram of Fat.

    1/4 c Kraft Shredded Light Cheese on the top or mixed in adds 17 calories, 1 gram protein and just over 1 gram of fat. If you add it to the top I do so toward the end of the baking cycle so it does not get burnt

    1/4 cup diced Onions – just 3 calories per serving
    1/4 cup diced Mushrooms (sauté or microwave a bit to get some of the water out)– just 1 calorie more
    1/4 cup diced Red Peppers – just 1 calorie more
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    Here's one if you are craving something sweet. It's low fat too

    Chocolate-Banana Cheesecake:

    The crust:

    2 bananas
    2 cups oats

    Blend in food processor then line the bottom of a pie tin with the mixture. Bake for 12 minutes at 350 degrees.

    The Filling:

    16oz FF cream cheese
    2 bananas
    1/2 cup splenda
    2 eggs
    2 egg whites
    2 tbsp vanilla extract

    Blend all of the ingredients in a food processor until smooth. Pour into the pie tin with the crust and bake on 350 degrees for ~45minutes or until you can poke it with a fork and pull it out with nothing on it. When done, allow to cool to room temperature before putting in the fridge.

    The Chocolate Topping:

    1 scoop chocolate whey
    4 tbsp cocoa powder
    2 tbsp splenda

    Mix all ingredients with water until thick. After the cheesecake has been in the fridge for ~30 minutes, spread the topping on the cake then replace in fridge to set for another hour or so. Cut into 8 slices.

    1 slice (1/8 recipe) has ~200 calories.


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    Peoples - just wanted to mention this Thread here which links to a stack of information sites in addition to lots of places to find yummy recipes too.

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    Originally Posted by robbie_vlad View Post
    Here's one if you are craving something sweet. It's low fat too

    Chocolate-Banana Cheesecake:

    The crust:

    2 bananas
    2 cups oats

    Blend in food processor then line the bottom of a pie tin with the mixture. Bake for 12 minutes at 350 degrees.

    The Filling:

    16oz FF cream cheese
    2 bananas
    1/2 cup splenda
    2 eggs
    2 egg whites
    2 tbsp vanilla extract

    Blend all of the ingredients in a food processor until smooth. Pour into the pie tin with the crust and bake on 350 degrees for ~45minutes or until you can poke it with a fork and pull it out with nothing on it. When done, allow to cool to room temperature before putting in the fridge.

    The Chocolate Topping:

    1 scoop chocolate whey
    4 tbsp cocoa powder
    2 tbsp splenda

    Mix all ingredients with water until thick. After the cheesecake has been in the fridge for ~30 minutes, spread the topping on the cake then replace in fridge to set for another hour or so. Cut into 8 slices.

    1 slice (1/8 recipe) has ~200 calories.


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    Damn that looks good.

    Just wanted to say as well that if you replace the 1/2 cup splenda with an equivalent 1 cup sugar, that adds ~100 cals to each slice, making it about 300 cals a slice.

    Might be worth it for those of you who HATE sucralose. At this point in time I've decided that in most cases, sugar just doesn't have enough calories to be worth worrying about (with a few exceptions). avoiding sugar is mainly one of those things that people who are unnecessarily afraid of insulin spikes should do
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    Exclamation Pre Workout Lemon Cheesecake....

    LOL...totally meant to be a protein lemon cheesecake...did not realise the sachets i grabbed were pre-workout mixes(QNT NO+ELITE Lemon)...oh well chest day today so should be fun, lucky i included 85% dark choc for some caffeine
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    Well here it is:
    Choc Elite Lemon Cheesecake

    200g Fromage Frais(or CC. Yoghurt etc.) - 92cal 15.6p 6.6c 0.2f
    10g 85% Crushed Dark Chocolate - 55.5cal 0.95p 2.6c 4.84f 1.2fib
    120g Eggs - 180.116kc 14.52p 13.068f
    60g QNT NO+Elite Lemon - 94.8cal 23.58c
    (was feeling lazy)195g Sweet Pastry Case - 947.7cal 10.725p 108.81c 52.065f 8.775fib

    Mix ingredients and put into Pastry Case
    Bake for 25 mins on 180c (Fan) 350f
    (alternatively use pro powder)
    From QNT:

    L-Arginine:
    7.2 g
    L-Glutamine:
    7.2 g
    Beta Alanine:
    6 g
    Creatine Monohydrate:
    4.32 g
    Taurine:
    3.6 g
    L-Ornithine HCL:
    2.4 g
    L-Carnitine HCL:
    1.2 g
    Creatine Pyruvate:
    0.6 g
    Caffeine:
    360 mg
    Vitamin C:
    108 mg




    Chest workout here i come...
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    One of my fav desserts and overall sweet treat has been the ice cream that street cart vendors sell in Mexico.... it's not even ice cream it's pretty much like a Sorbet which is a bunch of ice and some sort of fruit juice.. the problem is that it is REALLY sweet which means a ton of sugar.. to fight that I use splenda instead.. this is what I did today:

    Watermelon ice sorbet
    3 cups of water
    1 to 3 cups of splenda (depends how sweet u want it, i used 3 cups and it's pretty sweet)
    4 cups of real watermelon
    1/4 cup of lime juice

    - first put the 3 cups of water to boil in a sauce pan and add the splenda, boil for a good 10mins together
    - in a blender add the 4 cups of watermelon, and a little water so it can be mixed by the blender and mix it till u have a smooth puree
    - let the boiled splenda water mix cool for around 20mins
    - Mix the watermelon puree, lime juice with the splenda water mix and again use the blender to mix it all, you might have to seperate it in twos if you have a small blender
    - Put the entire mix in anything u want that fits in your freezer, I used regular plastic topare (i think that's what you call them?)
    - leave it in the freezer for a few hours, pref overnight.. when you open it it has to be solid enough that it wont move when you move the container.. if it moves it's too liquidy
    - once it's ready to serve just use a spoon to mix it around, it will look like mashed watermelons... it's a great treat and the only calories will come from the actual watermelon.. everything else is just splenda and water.. of course u can make it with real sugar but that kindah defeats the point
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    Tuna Helper

    1/4 cup alfredo sauce - 60cals 5fat 3carb 1pro
    1/4 cup whole wheat pasta - 100cals 1fat 20carb 3.5pro
    1 can tuna in water - 100cals 0fat 0carb 25pro

    cool pasta and drain. add un-drained tuna and sauce to pasta. heat through

    salt and pepper to taste...

    fills a medium size bowl and a great snack! double up everything for a MEAL! :P
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