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    Grocery list for gaining weight? Bought a blender too.

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    I recently bought this to help me gain weight. Going to use the one on the right to be able to make shredded chicken easily after grilling it in olive oil. Watermelon is one of the main things I want to use in the blender (including the rine), but they're out of season, so only small watermelons right now unfortunately lol.

    I'm not allergic to anything. If you could give meal suggestions, that'd be great, but just things to buy is more important to me, i'll figure out recipes and stuff later.

    Thanks in advance.
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    Originally Posted by UKTone View Post
    ninja-smart-screen-kitchen-system/prod23550022

    I recently bought this to help me gain weight. Going to use the one on the right to be able to make shredded chicken easily after grilling it in olive oil. Watermelon is one of the main things I want to use in the blender (including the rine), but they're out of season, so only small watermelons right now unfortunately lol.

    I'm not allergic to anything. If you could give meal suggestions, that'd be great, but just things to buy is more important to me, i'll figure out recipes and stuff later.

    Thanks in advance.
    Foods great for bulking.

    Oats
    Rice
    Whole Milk
    Leafy green veggies such as spinach
    Extra Virgin olive oil
    Eggs
    Meat
    Fruits
    Potatoes

    Nothing wrong with some chocolate, pizza, sweets etc. Just don't go crazy with it. Most of your calories should be coming from whole foods.
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    Healthy Options: peanut butter, milk, fattier meats, nuts, raisins, cheese, avocados, eggs, cooking things with a little extra oil

    Not so Healthy Options: sauces that are ranch based, sugar, syrup, chocolate syrup, chocolate milk, junk foods

    Pro Tips for Becoming Fat - Eat meals not protein shakes (meals have many, many more calories than a protein shake does), always use milk instead of water when you can (like in your oatmeal or when you are making hot chocolate), never eat fruits and vegetables without peanut butter, sugar, or whatever you like, don't drink water at every meal instead have a glass of sweet tea, milk, coke, or some other drink that has plenty of calories
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    Nutella, chocolate milk, meats (chicken, beef, lamb, pork, seafood).
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    Originally Posted by Gringer View Post
    Foods great for bulking.

    Oats
    Rice
    Whole Milk
    Leafy green veggies such as spinach
    Extra Virgin olive oil
    Eggs
    Meat
    Fruits
    Potatoes

    Nothing wrong with some chocolate, pizza, sweets etc. Just don't go crazy with it. Most of your calories should be coming from whole foods.
    I'm on vacation and we eat out everyday so my breakfast usually consists of a bowl of cereal at around 200-250 calories, then i fast for like a few hours and eat dinner which is whatever i want at around 1800 calories just from eyeballing and a carb/fat free protein shake. I pretty much eat whatever i want, but try not to overdo junk food or anything too bad on workout days which i usually eat more on
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    All of the above are great bulking foods but keep in mind that gaining weight has nothing to do with what you eat, it's how much you eat.

    You have to keep yourself in a caloric surplus every day.

    Sure, some foods are more calorie dense, like some mentioned above. But you need to eat more food than you usually do to gain weight.

    That being said, the type of weight you gain depends on activities during this surplus.
    If you just start eating more calories with no resistance training or upping the activity levels, you'll gain mostly fat.
    If you're trying to gain muscle, you need to up your calories but you also need to add some good, intense weight training along with those calories.
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    Originally Posted by UKTone View Post
    ninja-smart-screen-kitchen-system/prod23550022

    I recently bought this to help me gain weight. Going to use the one on the right to be able to make shredded chicken easily after grilling it in olive oil. Watermelon is one of the main things I want to use in the blender (including the rine), but they're out of season, so only small watermelons right now unfortunately lol.

    I'm not allergic to anything. If you could give meal suggestions, that'd be great, but just things to buy is more important to me, i'll figure out recipes and stuff later.

    Thanks in advance.
    Go for a small surplus until you reach 14-18% bf. Then eat maintainance and adjust calories as you build muscle.

    White rice is a great carb source as it digests easy and doesn't keep you particularly full. You can make cream of rice by blending it into a fine powder and microwaving with water. Add whey protein and a couple tsp of peanut butter and you have an easy balanced meal.

    Other good foods:
    Carbs:
    Low fat cereal and ganola bars
    Tortillas
    Potatoes and yams
    Pasta
    Quinoa
    Low fat bagels

    Protein:
    Fresh lean meats
    Good quality deli meat
    Low fat cheese
    Greek yoghurt
    Egg whites
    Whey

    Fats:
    Nuts + nut butters
    Whole eggs
    Olive oil

    Keep protein moderate (0.8-1g/lb). Use fats sparingly as they can make you feel too full and sluggish and not ready for the next meal. Pile up on easy digesting carbs. Having a liquid meal a day and low effort foods such as cereal with a protein bar or cream of rice will help you eat more.
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