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    Chicken and brown rice

    I know chicken and brown rice is good to eat when working out. Is it good for cutting? I know the whole idea of cutting is to be in a caloric deficit but do some people eat chicken and brown rice for their meals when cutting?
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    You already said it, the whole idea is a caloric deficit. Eat whatever you want that has you hitting your macro and calorie goals.
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    Blah gross brown rice is nasty I like wild or jasmine

    But you can eat them when ever. I see people in prep mode for a show with five things cutting in little Tupperwares they carry everywhere to eat every 2-3 hours. Fish/chicken/broccoli/rice-rice crackers/egg whites constantly

    I chuckle thinking hmmm my surgery devil carbs were great earlier
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    If I ever eat chicken with brown rice, then you have permission to shoot me.
    I have a good joke about water retention. But I'm going to hold onto it for now.
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    Well, personally, brown rice doesn't do anything to satisfy my appetite, so I wouldn't eat it if I wanted to control hungry as much as possible...

    Also, you'd be better off focusing on fibrous veggies vs grains if your goal is calorie control. Even potatoes would be more satisfying in general.
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    Originally Posted by AdamWW View Post
    Well, personally, brown rice doesn't do anything to satisfy my appetite, so I wouldn't eat it if I wanted to control hungry as much as possible...

    Also, you'd be better off focusing on fibrous veggies vs grains if your goal is calorie control. Even potatoes would be more satisfying in general.
    Ive been on a roasted acorn squash kick
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    Originally Posted by snailsrus View Post
    Ive been on a roasted acorn squash kick
    Those are so good!! Buttery flavor when roasted
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    What's wrong with rice (accompanying chicken)? One of my favourite easy to cook recipes is honey, soy and white vinegar on chicken thighs, placing it on a dish of uncooked rice and warm water, and baking everything in the oven. The sauce drips on the rice and it's delicious when ready. Haven't tried brown rice to be honest since I use basmati rice.
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    Originally Posted by xuerebx View Post
    What's wrong with rice (accompanying chicken)? One of my favourite easy to cook recipes is honey, soy and white vinegar on chicken thighs, placing it on a dish of uncooked rice and warm water, and baking everything in the oven. The sauce drips on the rice and it's delicious when ready. Haven't tried brown rice to be honest since I use basmati rice.
    You ask what's wrong with chicken and brown rice and then go on to say all the sauces you add to it to make it taste good lol. You just answered your own question
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    Originally Posted by safcpaul View Post
    You ask what's wrong with chicken and brown rice and then go on to say all the sauces you add to it to make it taste good lol. You just answered your own question
    I misread - I didn't think he was eating PLAIN chicken with PLAIN rice. Don't think that's sustainable for too long.
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    Originally Posted by JustinSmith52 View Post
    I know chicken and brown rice is good to eat when working out. Is it good for cutting? I know the whole idea of cutting is to be in a caloric deficit but do some people eat chicken and brown rice for their meals when cutting?
    Why wouldn't it be good for cutting?
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    Originally Posted by AdamWW View Post
    Those are so good!! Buttery flavor when roasted
    Tossed in a little brown sugar, fresh chopped garlic and cayenne pepper mmmm
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    Originally Posted by JustinSmith52 View Post
    I know chicken and brown rice is good to eat when working out. Is it good for cutting? I know the whole idea of cutting is to be in a caloric deficit but do some people eat chicken and brown rice for their meals when cutting?
    A lot do eat this, but basically what you need is protein + a low glycemic index carb such as brown rice, lenses, oat etc.
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    Originally Posted by Markype View Post
    A lot do eat this, but basically what you need is protein + a low glycemic index carb such as brown rice, lenses, oat etc.
    That's false. GI is pretty much irrelevant unless you're diabetic.
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