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you get the most bang for your buck from beef
 
also avoid eating out that is expensive
Yeah the good news about small towns is we don't have a lot of restaurants for people to eat out at and spend money.

The bad news about small towns is we don't have a lot of restaurants for people to eat out at and spend money.

Lol my wife birthday coming up so i am sweating. I gotta drive 1 hour 45 mins to civilization to get her to dinner and entertainment haha all good though. This us temporary as I quit my job after my brother died to go back to college. I did try to get another but was laid off. Only 2 more years and I can stop working odd jobs for money and get back into a real career.
 
you get the most bang for your buck from beef
you can get some grass-fed beef in bulk
I will have to look again at beef. I had ruled it out and stopped looking at it a while ago because after covid the price of that got downright stupid. It was a fucking joke. Maybe there are some affordable cuts I can utilize.
 
@MadStacker 218grams of protein thats my ting
and phlebotomy interesting @dominion7 had one too how you feeling ?
get some extra nutrients in like fruit bro
Bro, I always feel amazing after a phlebotomy. I do donate double red every chance I get, but when I wasn't training hard enough and not doing enough cardio, my rbc rises quickly. Since you have to wait a certain amount of time before you can donate again I had to get the phlebotomy. I can tell in my breathing and performance when it gets thick. But since then, the bros had me increase my cardio, I feel soooooo much better. I can't get in as much lifting as want, but we all know you can't see gains when we are fat... so I crave the cardio now. What little progress I've had since Feb 22nd is from clean eating & cardio...
 
What if I did
Chicken and broccoli slow cooked in broth (seperately so I can measure serving sizes more accurately)

Can't stand rubbery chicken so I like anything that cooks down the collagen

Then poured over brown rice?

Would it be ok if I did that everyday?
Get that chicken on a grill bro. For me, I try and cook my steak & chicken a bunch at a time on the grill and eat on it for a few days, plus for me, I like the flavor better
 
Get that chicken on a grill bro. For me, I try and cook my steak & chicken a bunch at a time on the grill and eat on it for a few days, plus for me, I like the flavor better
I will grill some i got a foreman grill. Went to the store and beef was about double the cost of chicken. Chicken it is. I was going to use with garam masala, cumin, coriander, Turmeric, chili powder. I was going to chop up some tomatoes and use these seasonings to make a curry sauce so I can eat with chicken and rice. Is that OK health wise? I don't add cream or any butter.
 
I will grill some i got a foreman grill. Went to the store and beef was about double the cost of chicken. Chicken it is. I was going to use with garam masala, cumin, coriander, Turmeric, chili powder. I was going to chop up some tomatoes and use these seasonings to make a curry sauce so I can eat with chicken and rice. Is that OK health wise? I don't add cream or any butter.
Spices & veggies are fine, the rice however depends on your goals. I'm too new on here to give you a bunch advice, but if your cutting, stick to your beef, chicken, fish & veggies. I do know that turmeric is great for gut health.
 
Spices & veggies are fine, the rice however depends on your goals. I'm too new on here to give you a bunch advice, but if your cutting, stick to your beef, chicken, fish & veggies. I do know that turmeric is great for gut health.
Thanks brother. Yeah I am new too. Living in a small town we have limited options. I also know that I started taking my diet more serious now post covid and prices aren't what I remember. Kind of nuts and supposedly getting worse. I am curious what others say about the rice. I was thinking like brown rice so I can have energy when I work out and it has good nutrition but not sure if it's a good idea either. Also curious if it is, how much I shoukd consume and when. I.E. "an hour before your workout" et cetera
 
Thanks brother. Yeah I am new too. Living in a small town we have limited options. I also know that I started taking my diet more serious now post covid and prices aren't what I remember. Kind of nuts and supposedly getting worse. I am curious what others say about the rice. I was thinking like brown rice so I can have energy when I work out and it has good nutrition but not sure if it's a good idea either. Also curious if it is, how much I shoukd consume and when. I.E. "an hour before your workout" et cetera
Oh yeh, the bros will be answering. Alot of bros are in different time zones so the answers will come later, but they are watching.
 
Brother solid log here man, keep smashing it and keep pressing forward brother.
Great work
 
Just curious on how I can get enough protein monthly on $350 for two people. I have to get enough protein and also make sure my wife gets food she wants too and she doesn't have to eat the same thing over and over again like i do. Any ideas how I can make this happen in that budget in usa? Struggle to afford fresh produce. I am in a rural area and the cost is actually higher because of the extra distance on the road to bring it into the desert. This can go for frozen items too except for the store brand which evens out because it tends to be cheaper so I buy frozen vegetables. Not sure what to do to make sure I am eating quality food on such a tight budget. Everyone says, "Look at this persons diet. Look at that person's diet" but I cannot afford most of those diets. I would love if someone can help me come up with something cheap and effective. I am OK eating the same thing everyday. Any direct, explicit, non-abstract, help would be appreciated. 🙏🙏🙏

If someone is willing to dm me on this I would be able to supply some costs per ounce and costs per pound and go back and forth to work out a plan. Otherwise no sweat.
@MadStacker enough protein with a budget, I would say getting cheaper eggs and dry protein powder in bulk.
But with the wife, try to get on sale chicken breasts and cheaper meats, you'll have to shop in bulk like costco etc to get it. Not abstract but legit get bulk discounted meats.
 
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