Post your CLEAN/CLEAN BULK Grocery List?

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  1. Athlete218

    Athlete218 New Member

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    I'm heading to the store tomorrow to start my clean bulk....I need some ideas of what I should be getting.

    Chicken? how do you cook yours?
    Fish? what kinds are the best to get?
    Eggs?


    what else do I get?
     
  2. Jimmycrackcorn

    Jimmycrackcorn OT Supporter

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    Chicken - Boneless skinless breasts...buy it in bulk. I usually make it on my Foreman grill, but sometimes I'll make a bunch of 'em in the crock pot with a bunch of shit mixed in.

    Fish - Salmon. Try and stay away from the farm raised shit...but even it is better than nothing.

    Eggs - Farm fresh Omega 3 eggs. You'll find 'em in the health foods section of most good grocery chains.

    As for what else...get yourself a bunch of good extra virgin olive oil, some natural nut butter, tuna, avocado, egg beaters, lots of veggies.....for carbs go with some clean oatmeal and good Kashi Cereals and shit.
     
  3. retorq

    retorq What up bitch??

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    Chicken breasts can be cooked just about anyway. Grilled, sauted, baked, fried, stuffed ...

    Here's my shopping list from yesterday: Canned tuna, canned chicken, canned hash, avocados, rice, sweet potatoes, lots of eggs, lean beef, ground beef, ground turkey, turkey breasts, fresh fish, shredded cheese, bread, frozen spinach, bananas, milk, cottage cheese, asst pudding mixes, maple syrup, beef kielbasa (on sale 2 for 5), honey, peanut butter, and tuna helper (actually goes REALLY good with the canned chicken). I still have a bag of individually frozen chicken breasts in the freezer.
     
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    Formz Hipster Santa OT Supporter

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    chicken breast
    talapia (i dont care if its farm raised)
    ground turkey
    turkey sausages
    steaks
    eggs
    milk
     
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    I always get my steaks and lean ground beef from a butcher.......sorry for not including beef in my grocery list...but I thought we were talking about a supermarket. :o
     
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    michael FLORIDA > *

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    chicken
    beef
    rice
    pasta
    olive oil
    salad
    peanut butter
    almonds
    tuna
    whole wheat bread

    done.
     
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    oats
    pillers turkey bites
    peanuts
     
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    I just got a crock pot, but all the recipes seem to be ultra fatty dishes with pork, what are you making in it thats clean?
     
  9. Jimmycrackcorn

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    Keep it simple and add what you like.

    I'll usually just thaw like 10 to 12 breasts, toss 'em in the crock pot, fill with water so they're barely covered, add a bunch of Franks Red Hot, onions, garlic, spicy blend seasonings, etc... Cook for about 10 hours. Eat some while still warm and throw the rest in the fridge with some of your base after you've let them cool.

    You get some moist savory breasts you can quickly nuke for the rest of the week. They literally will just fall apart they're so moist and juicy.
     
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    Tuna Steaks
    Canned tuna
    Tilapia (cheap and great protein)
    2-3 bags frozen vegetables
    Apples & Bananas
    Rolled Oats (not instant)
    Hummus
    Olive oil
    Brown rice
    Flax waffles
    Sugarless maple 'syrup'
    vegetarian sausage
    quinoa
    barley
    natural PB
    whole GRAIN bread
    Smart Balance 'mayonnaise.' with flax/omega 3
    skim milk
    Kashi golean or golean crunch
    lemon juice (fish)
    herbs/spices
    ONE (1) box of a diet iced cream 'novelty,' such as skinny cow, for mah sweet tooth fix.
     
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    Yuppy Have a seat right there....

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    i used to make a full spiral ham or full sized turkey and then eat on it for a week or so at a time in college.
     
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    Formz Hipster Santa OT Supporter

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    :rofl: I do that shit all the time. Spiral hams FOR THE FUCKING WIN.

    I could pour that damn glaze down my throat and be a happy man.
     
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    React Still Strong

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    beef jerky
     
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    having regular pb over natty is not going to do much at the end of the day
     
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    michael FLORIDA > *

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    hydrogenated vegetable oil..palm oil.. who gives a fuck.
     
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    how do u guys cook your fish?

    grilled, baked? do u just eat it plain or w/ any type of sauces or breading on it?
     
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    in general I prefer foods that aren't very processed, with a few exceptions, but those are typically treats
     
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