Tyson Quik N Easy microwable chicken!

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  1. Lilkhmerkid4u

    Lilkhmerkid4u OT Supporter

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    Since I work 12 hours a day 6 days a week. I hardly have time to eat healthy and the only time i get to workout is late at nite around 1am. I was wondering if anybody else eat this due to the lack of time to cook a real healthy meal?
    Is this alright? or is it really unhealthy for you?
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  2. Hoodoo

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    On your day off, sear off a couple breats? Honestly I did the same thing you're planning on doing, same type and all and I got burnt out on it.
     
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    its fine for you. sometimes i buy the tyson frozen terryiaki chicken.. you can microwave em, taste awesome and fine on protein/low carbs
     
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    I buy a jumbo $20 bag of the terryiaki or mesquite grillers every week. Takes about a minute in the microwave for a delicious 30g of protein.




    I don't cook real chicken breast anymore:o
     
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    usually those products have some soy in them, to make the product cheaper for the manufacturer I suppose, just something to keep in mind I guess

    they are a good alternative if you don't have time though, I find
     
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    or you could just put 5 breasts on the forman and continue your busy life for 10 mins while they cook
     
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    WTF
     
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    it will cost more then cooking chicken in bulk on your off days but it will get the job done
     
  9. evolude

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    $1.99/lb. for chicken breast at King's in Berndardsville, NJ.

     
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    yea those things are great
     
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    i bought a tyson 5lb bag of chicken breasts and it was like $12.99 :mad:
     
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    that's pretty good

    12.99 will buy like 3lbs of chicken here. :o
     
  13. evolude

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    Hormel just came out with a bunch of quick microwavable Compleats. Just had one for lunch.

    Takes 90 seconds to cook.

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    Next time you venture to nyc, bring me a couple of pounds. $4.99 is the cheapest I can find it near me.
     
  15. evolude

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    King's in Garden City, NY has it for the same price ($1.99/lb.) too.

    :dunno:
     
  16. jmezz

    jmezz layin in bed stretchin my pumped quads for hours

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    Sodium is prob retarded on all that shit in this thread.
     
  17. Ceaze

    Ceaze https://hearthis.at/DoYouEvenUplift Moderator

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    If you don't have high blood pressure, why do you care?
     
  18. scent of a wookie

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    not here, just bought 10 packages of tyson tenderloins for $2/lb
     
  19. chizzle

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    I barely leave the island, let alone make it that far out. Manhattan prices ftl.
     
  20. jmezz

    jmezz layin in bed stretchin my pumped quads for hours

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    Water retension.
     
  21. evolude

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    How about Chinatown?
     
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    Nope, you'd think the shit here is cheaper...it's usually not. And chinese/asian ppl like their dark meat, breast meat here is rare and always frozen...no telling how long it's been there.

    Fresh seafood is everywhere though.
     
  23. evolude

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    :rofl:

    That came up at my Thanksgiving dinner.
     
  24. chizzle

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    It's sooooooo true.
     
  25. Mystery Guest

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    I found it here at the H-E-B for $1.99 a pound on special. Normal price is $4.50 per pound.

    Been buying Walmart frozen chicken lately for $6.99 a bag
     
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