Smoked Salmon........aka Lox.......

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  1. Patrick Bateman

    Patrick Bateman Active Member

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    I know this stuff has a lot of sodium......but its yummy, has a ton of protein, and has your healthy fish oils/fats, salmon is a really great food. And I can eat it smoked by the boatload........Anyone else?
     
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    just ate 4 oz of it

    133 calories
    5g fat
    0 carbs
    21g protein
     
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    AznRyda キモかわいい!

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    When I bought it, I thought it was expensive.
     
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    Nitromike Abused cabbage patch kid

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    It's a little expensive but its a nice break from tuna and chicken breasts
     
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    i love salmon and shrmp for a change from chicken
     
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    AznRyda キモかわいい!

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    Shrimp isn't very calorie dense, you have to eat a boatload. :o
     
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    nobody is eating shrimp for calories, atleast I wouldnt, i'd eat it for the protein.
     
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    which food is best for developing delts?
     
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    you dont have to eat a lot of it for protein, thats my only reason behind it
     
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    Smoked salmon's a bit too strong for me. I'm not really a fan of Salmon anyway. Shrimp is great for cutting though
     
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    jewish much?

    :o
     
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    i loved the smoked salmon. Great on bagels with cream cheese.
     
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    I eat Jew Bagels every once in a while. Lox, bagel, chives, and cream cheese. :yum:
     
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    not a huge fan of smoked, but a nice salmon steak medium rare off a hot ass grill so it's a bit crispy on the outside... :yum:
     
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    i love salmon any which way, but its kinda expensive
    thx mom and dad :x
     
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    milani "The best activities for your health are pumping a

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    I actually make my own on my smoker. Really easy to do and if you don't like it as smoky you just put less wood on the fire. If I am doing a cook and I have room I will go ahead and throw it on one of the shelves but about 5 lbs from Sam's Club for like 20 bucks and go. Works good in omlettes also.

    Simple as they come to make and way better than a store.
     
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