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108861 No. 108861 ID: 632b3e
So I just finished my last class and now I'm free to concentrate on other things... like shooting, my instruction business, opchan, and.... fitness.

I have crafted this evening a bison, bacon, vermont cheddar burger, and opted for my bread in liquid form.

What are some other nutritious, delicious meals?
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>> No. 108862 ID: 538c90
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When I took a nutrition class and I had to construct a menu under a certain amount of calories but achieving the required vitamins and minerals, but I was deficient in some nutrient, I threw a bowl of Total cereal in the mix and fixed that deficiency.

Total is a range of breakfast cereals made by General Mills for the United States market. It consists of whole grain wheat flakes. Some varieties of Total supply 100% of the US Department of Agriculture's (USDA) recommended daily allowance for each of the following different vitamins and dietary minerals: vitamin C, calcium, iron, vitamin E, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, folic acid, vitamin B12, pantothenic acid and zinc. The cereal was launched in 1961. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Total_(breakfast_cereal)
>> No. 108864 ID: d4c8ee
  This guy's channel has some really good recipes.

But as to healthy, mainly I've just cut back on dairy and "trash meats" like pork, ground beef, etc, while aiming for leaner cuts of beef and more fish. Soda and alcohol mostly eliminated, club soda with those water flavoring pods or a vinegar shrub syrup is a great replacement. Basically eating less/no meat during the week and then have a nice steak or salmon steak on the weekend. Luckily I love rice so I can just add more of that to every meal.

I've found extra-firm Tofu can be really good when breaded, fried and served with a "sweet and sour wings" style sauce, or added to any sort of stirfry or similar.

And I got a Instant Pot pressure cooker, which is amazing since in like 40 minutes you can go from dry beans to chili, or perfect rib meat in about the same time. And once you start eating buckwheat and steel cut oatmeal, rolled oats or instant oatmeal will be dead to you. (and from a survivalist standpoint, the steel cut oats have a longer shelf life)
>> No. 108876 ID: c9fe43
Get your ass to costco.

Buy a big block of feta cheese for $10, buy an assload of egg whites for $9, buy 5 lbs of spinach for $8, and buy 40 wheat wraps for $15.

Cook, combine, and freeze for easy microwaveable spinach, egg, and feta wraps for breakfast.
>> No. 108889 ID: 538c90
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Here are the most popular healthy recipes at AllRecipes:
http://allrecipes.com/recipes/84/healthy-recipes/?page=2
Ants on a Log:
Cut the celery stalks in half. Spread with peanut butter. Sprinkle with raisins.
>> No. 108891 ID: 835691
>>108889

Who over the age of 5 eats ants on a log?
>> No. 108899 ID: 538c90
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>>108891
It's a treat for kids, but anyone can enjoy peanut butter on celery.
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With or without the raisins.
>> No. 108901 ID: 028b36
>>108891
Prego women
>> No. 108909 ID: 632b3e
>>108901

Interesting.
>> No. 108914 ID: 9723b1
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Well done steak with katsup.

Fuck infantile liberals getting butthurt over cooking concepts they don't understand and can't replicate.
>> No. 108916 ID: aadd02
>>108914
Take a 3/4" steak. Season it liberally with kosher salt and black pepper. Get a cast iron skillet hot as FUCK! 15 to 20 seconds per side. 30 at the absolute most. That's it. That's fucking it. If you must marinate it, straight Worcestershire sauce is sufficient.
>> No. 108917 ID: 45e3a1
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Blackened catfish and salmon are probably relatively healthy.

To mix things up you can look for Indian dishes, they tend to have edible vegetable dishes unlike western cultures that try and make everything into some bland salad.
>> No. 108919 ID: 45e3a1
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spenótfőzelék is a Hungarian dish I have yet to try. Apparently they like to make vegetables into sauces/soups, in this particular case spenótfőzelék is spinach sauce which is often served with a fried egg. But they also have various _____főzelék for just about every vegetable in existence.
>> No. 108920 ID: 1519ac
>>108916
I prefer to get a thicker steak, stick it in the oven at low temp till it hits 115 or 120 degrees internal, and then sear it.
>> No. 108925 ID: ae1f02
Poached and slightly seared chicken sandwhich
>> No. 108948 ID: 9723b1
>>108916
Prepare a mix of olive oil (REAL), squeezed lemon juice and salt. Whisk until opaque. Add equal weight egg whites (save the yolk) to the previous mixture, and whisk until it is so fully incorporated that it thinks its a person.
Mix breading and spices. It doesn't matter which spices, I often just use a tablespoon of sweet paprika and a teaspoon of hot paprika. A rule of thumb (not for beating your wife) says a fifth of the breading should be an equal mixture of corn starch and baking powder. The remainder can be whatever you like, from white finely ground flour for smooth on the way down - to corn flakes for more crunchy texture.

Take a bunch of chicken drumsticks, throw them in a pot and boil until a white foam appears. Do not discard the foam, that's your stock! Drumsticks will be fully cooked ("well done") while still very soft.
Pull out the drumsticks from the boiling pot one by one, and first cover it with one light coating of breading. Then dip it in the application mixture (yolk/oil), then dip it in the breading again. Repeat this layering process until the meat can no longer be seen, and the curves of it are rounded.
Dump the layered drumstick in simmering (not boiling!) oil until the surface is the color of a white womans bleached anus. Then pull them out. They aren't done yet, but pull them out anyway and place on a plate covered with several bounty quicker picker upper sheets to soak up the oil. Do the previous for all the drumsticks until you have a pile of half finished nuggets on your bounty quicker picker upper sheets.

Place the drumsticks on a grill and put in the oven at 400 degrees until heated throughout (~10 minutes), then pull it out. Take the yolks you saved from step one and brush them on all of the drumsticks, then stick it back in the oven until the yolks are baked in. Pull the drumsticks out again, flip them, and slather the remaining yolk on the unyolked side. Stick it back into the oven until the yolk hardens again. Don't worry about cooking them, they are cooked all the way through from the pot, this is just to sinter the delicious breading onto the meat.
This will give you a multi person serving of perfectly made breaded drumsticks.

Your leftover water from the boiling step will make excellent chicken stock..All that's needed is some chopped carrot and soup pasta, and a bit of simmering to make it a beautiful soup. Chop some fresh parsley for seasoning.

The drumstick/soup combo is a two course meal that takes 45 minutes to prepare and is easy on the ingredients, as both courses literally share some ingredients with each other. It will blow away whoever is lucky enough to taste it. This basic meal is modified by adding a dipping sauce and salad of your choice. For a third course I suggest a rice pudding, which will refresh your taste buds from the chicken meal, leaving you with only a good memory.
>> No. 108949 ID: 9723b1
>dip it in the application mixture (yolk/oil)
Fawk I meant egg white/oil.
>> No. 108970 ID: c9fe43
Riced cauliflower frozen blends exist.

They're pretty tasty, I'm eating one stir fried with a few eggs mixed in. Tasty and fast.
>> No. 109010 ID: 0c76de
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Instant ramen healthy? Certainly not. But I just found out about this and had to tell the OpChan community and this seemed the best thread to post about the double spicy Korean nuclear fire noodles.
Samyang Haek Buldak Extra Spicy Roasted Chicken Ramen Nuclear Edition. Scoville index 8706 Korean nuclear (haek) buldak fire noodles. Because the regular 4404 SHU Korean fire noodles were just not destructive enough for the food masochists out there. These claim to be twice as spicy as the regular Buldak Bokkeummyeon; if that is in fact true this will make these without a doubt the hottest packet ramen ever created. The South Korean emart Dare You! Habanero Ramyun was regarded as the spiciest packet ramen, according to the Ramen Rater, and I found this habanero noodle soup the spiciest. Until now.

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Samyang-Buldak-Roasted-Chicken-Nuclear/dp/B01MUGP7QK
Yamibuy seems to have the best online deal for this: http://www.yamibuy.com/en/search.php?keywords=samyang
Reviews:
https://www.ramenregretrater.com/2017/02/08/samyang-2x-spicy-buldak-bokkeummyeon-2x-spicy-hot-chicken-flavour/
http://www.theramenrater.com/?s=Samyang
http://www.theramenrater.com/top-ten-lists/all-time-spiciest/top-ten-spiciest-2016/
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>> No. 109013 ID: 0c76de
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20 Healthy Ramen Recipes That Are Delicious and Delightful
If “ramen” makes you think of cheap, MSG-laden bowls of blah, then you need to check out these healthy ramen recipes… Most of our experiences with ramen have been on the level of cheap college eats. You know…a hockey puck of dried noodles, a cup of hot water, and a packet of who knows what to make it at least palatable.

Well, it can be so much more than that, and these healthy ramen recipes are the ultimate introduction to gourmet noodling. So if you’re ready to transform those packets of plain-Jain noodles into something special, you’ve come to the right place! Enjoy! https://www.muscleforlife.com/healthy-ramen-recipes/
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Bacon, then in the bacon pan wilt some spinach, throw in the eggs, toss some cheese on top, salt and pepper. Delicious.
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>>109019
Salting eggs fried in bacon grease?
>> No. 109022 ID: f331a3
>>109021

Just a pinch.
>> No. 109024 ID: f8f8e5
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Philistine! You would salt fish from the Dead Sea!
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Some other nutritious, delicious meals?
http://www.foodnetwork.com/healthy/packages/healthy-every-week
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/giada-de-laurentiis/roman-style-chicken-recipe
>> No. 109026 ID: f8f8e5
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Whole-Wheat Spaghetti with Lemon, Basil, and Salmon
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/giada-de-laurentiis/whole-wheat-spaghetti-with-lemon-basil-and-salmon-recipe
>> No. 109044 ID: 5abeee
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>>109010
Really like the Samyang Fire Noodles. I liked the cheese version that just includes a sachet of powdered cheese, so I bought a pound of mac-n-cheese style powdered cheese and I add a big tablespoon of that to the regular fire noodles with a pat of butter, making sure the cheese powder does not clump up. It's good! And even more unhealthy!
>> No. 109046 ID: 5abeee
  Definitive Guide: Buldak Bokkeummyun (Fire Noodle Challenge) https://youtu.be/Lm3e9H9-ZRU
The Ramen Rater presents an in-depth guide to the popular Samyang Foods Buldak Bokkeummyun range of products, popularized by the Fire Noodle Challenge.

Here is the full post with even more information and direct links to full reviews - http://www.theramenrater.com/2017/03/14/guide-samyang-foods-buldak-bokkeummyun/
>> No. 109062 ID: 6f4007
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I can personally attest to the claim that Samyang's Haek Buldak nuclear fire noodles are indeed lip-burningly hot.
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For those who prefer a spicy noodle soup to the dry noodle preparation, there's Samyang Buldak Bokkeum Myun Stew (aka Buldak Bokkeumtangmyun). The noodles are thick, wide and flattened and the soup is thick as well. Very spicy (Scoville Heat Unit SHU 4,705), even spicier than the regular fire noodles (SHU 4,404), but not as spicy as the emart Dare You Habanero Ramyun (SHU 5930). Good stuff! After eating all the noodles, boil up some more noodles from cheap ramen packages (or a box of spaghetti) and dump them in to finish the bowl.
http://www.theramenrater.com/2017/03/14/2365-samyang-stew-buldak-bokkeumtangmyun/


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