Need some food tips

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  1. lemans23

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    Hey all, I finally realized I should ask the experts once again where I should go. Around March last year, I was weghing in at 245 and asked y'all how to lose the weight, and after some typical FnN comments, dropped down to 160 as of this morning. However, I still want to get a little further (can see upper 4 abdominals for the first time in my life :eek3: ), and am looking for some tips on what to eat now for cutting.

    I know the ratios and what I should eat, but seeing that the cockholes in administration at my school took away my cooking equipment, i now don't know how to get the clean foods I was eating. So, I'm asking y'all what are good sources of clean, complex carbs and good recipes to use when I'm hungry (which is almost all the time now that I can't make what I want).

    I have a bunch of cans of chicken and tuna, but all my carbs are iffy (been relying on cup noodles for about a week before I started getting headaches :ugh: ) Any help is appreciated!
     
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    hit the enter button once in awhile.


    why did they take your cooking equipment.
    What's your height?

    160 is a good weight, you should just start working out if u want to
    see your abs.

    dont lose more weight u will probably regret losing more.

    and it all depends on height too

    5'0 160 = ehh
    6'0 160 = ehh

    5'4-5'8 = good
     
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    They took it because someone heard a chicken breast cooking and they thought it "sounded dangerous", so they made me take it home; let alone they come back every day to see if it's still here.

    I am 5'10, but I'm not trying to be broly in the least. I'm a boxer, and I fight middleweight now after fighting heavyweight, and the speed and endurance difference is astounding. I need to cut the fat down and have a solid core at 155-160. That's the goal, not strip all the fat off me to look good for blonde chicks on the beach.
     
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    energie I like to place an order.. the name? Situation the

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    uhh u should build muscle mass+stamina for bashing bozo's head in


    ur college sounds like homos
     
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    lemans23 PV - The Vision of Sound

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    I'll disregard this as you clearly don't know anything about boxing.

    And yes, purdue seems to freak out about just about...everything.
     
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    We're you using a foreman? Can't it be hidden somewhere?

    BTW, at my school, I'm not allowed to have a refrigerator..... let alone anything else.:hsd:
     
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    Kinda, it was just an electric skillet. The bottom of a foreman with a lid, but you can cook anything that you could cook with a pan (eggs, french toast, sandwiches, burgers, hash browns, etc).
     
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    imo a food that is very underrated are lentils. very nutrient dense. high fiber, high protein(incomplete), lots of low GI carbs. lots of vitamins and minerals. and dirt cheap. available year round. excellent food. have been eating them for a while
     
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    yeah i dnt know anything about boxing.

    u should try sneaking a thing back in and tell ur dorm people to stfu lol.
     
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    Good suggestion

    Also, if you have a microwave, baked sweet potatoes are easy and delicious. You could also invest in a rice cooker with a steam tray, as long as it isn't prohibited. Easiest thing in the world to cook some brown rice while you steam some tilapia and vegetables.
     
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    I had a rice cooker, and used it 3x a day. They copped that too :wtc:
     
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    I guess it just helps that I don't drink or really party that much anyway, so I don't have to worry about gaining from liquid bread (being in the gym at 12AM = best feeling, plus hot ass girls walking around who have just ass and more ass from working out all the time :naughty: ), plus that my trainer would next to beat the living shit outta me anyway. :eek3:

    Ima look into some lentils and canned chicken recipes. Just got some pasta and ordered a little hotpot I can store under my desk too. :bigthumb:
     
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