Suitable chicken replacement?

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  1. quakefiend420

    quakefiend420 If you can read this, you're too close

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    just started lifting again, and this time i intend to do it properly instead of half-assed as i have in the past...which means diet is going to a bigger concern this time around...i'm allergic to poultry and nuts, which limits my easy protein intake a bit...what should i be looking at instead?
     
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    extra lean ground beef :bowdown:
    tuna

    eggs

    salmon :bowdown:
     
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    uhhh tuna, protein shakes, all kinds of fish, steak, etc
     
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    hmmm 8 ounces of low fat yogurt has 12 grams of protein...may start putting that into my smoothies since we never finish it anyways
     
  7. RollinDollos

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    Tuna is the cheapest . Shit gets old after like 2 weeks though.

    Ive been eating alot of peanut butter sandwhichs and drinking like 16 oz of milk.
    2tbsp of peanut butter = 18g
    16oz of milk = 20g
    Whole grain slice = 5g

    Thats a nice little 2nd and 4th meal.
     
  8. RollinDollos

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    natural peanut butter from whole foods . It isnt as good as skippy because theres way less sugar but its still good.
     
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    you sure it's not 9g per 2tbsp? natural peanut butter doesn't have that much protein.
     
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    Formz Hipster Santa OT Supporter

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    just because you're allergic to poultry doesn't mean you're allergic to eggs. They're quite different.
     
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    What in the fuck are you :hsugh: about....
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    Usually people are talking about fully developed chickens smart ass....
     
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    xela So say we all!

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    I eat a lot of salmon and tuna.
     
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    quakefiend420 If you can read this, you're too close

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    can't eat peanut butter...that whole pesky can't eat nuts thing :hs:
     
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    quakefiend420 If you can read this, you're too close

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    yup...i eat a lot of eggs
     
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    Get a protein powder to supplement your diet as well. That might help.
     
  17. quakefiend420

    quakefiend420 If you can read this, you're too close

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    that's what i had planned on...any suggestions?
     
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