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Old 01-31-2012, 02:29 PM   #1
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Default Ryan's Video Nutrition Thread - Recipes & Ideas

I'll be posting the videos that I put together for my YouTube subscribers and Growth Stimulus Training crew in this journal. I get positive feedback on these, and I love sharing my recipes, ideas, and meals, so it only makes sense for me to get something like this going.

Feel free to post your own meal videos or food pron in here as well.

Startin it off with some hotness!



Oh, and I'll also mention that if you sub to my YT channel, you're always in the running for my monthly giveaways!

Until the next meal.......
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Looking forward to this!!! Great idea Rich. I'm pretty much a caveman when it comes to meals. Basically functionality over taste kinda guy. Hope to pick up some ideas for the Mrs. so I can cook her something other than steak and (insert green veggie).
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Looking forward to this!!! Great idea Rich. I'm pretty much a caveman when it comes to meals. Basically functionality over taste kinda guy. Hope to pick up some ideas for the Mrs. so I can cook her something other than steak and (insert green veggie).
If you really want to call me Rich, you can

These meals are functional AND tasty. I believe quality meals should meet three criteria:

1. Macronutrient Oriented for Your Goals
2. Micronutrient Dense
3. Simple & Easy
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****, sorry Ryan!
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I had a post from a GST eBook reader asking about breakfast. Here is my response:

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300 Style Meal Sampler - Bring the DRAMA!

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liked the 1st and last ones you posted a lot ill have to try and make the mexican one especially.....that breakfast would hold me over for..........1 hour before i wanted to tear it up again lol.
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The music in that 3rd one was ridiculous but it did have me crackin a smile
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The music in that 3rd one was ridiculous but it did have me crackin a smile
You wanna smile? I got some smiles for ya, haha. Try and watch this without cracking another one or two.

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This meal is three things!

1. Full of quality animal protein
2. Jam packed with green vegetables
3. Full of asian zing

Macros and servings are listed at the end of the video. Thanks for watching!
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Old 02-07-2012, 11:27 PM   #11
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Mexican food is my favorite, no doubt about it!



For those following the Primary Source Nutrition Approach:
Primary Protein Source - 3 Servings
Primary Carb Source - 2.5 Servings
Primary Fat Source - 4 Servings

For those counting macros, they are roughly:
Protein - 50g
Carb - 55g
Fat - 36g

For those counting calories:
Calories - 750
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Tried the Asian zing for lunch not too shabby. Nice recipe to break up the ongoing salad fest I usually eat.
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Tried the Asian zing for lunch not too shabby. Nice recipe to break up the ongoing salad fest I usually eat.
Try the Nutty Asian the next time you need another saladfest break! It's an acquired taste.
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The Nutty Asian

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LMAO! Knew I shouldn't have started watching that at work. Coworker was giving me the funniest looks haha.
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I have made something very similar to the PB asian dip you made although this uses a few more ingredients but still very simple and the majority of these ingredients can be found in your cupboards.

The recipe is:
1/4 Cup PB
2 TbSp Soy sauce
1 TbSp Vinegar
1/4 TSp Cayenne Peper
2 TbSp Olive Oil

I usually make it half the serving of the above because we never eat it all. A little goes a long way when it comes to flavor with this.
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Love these peppers!

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Interracial lunch!

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Fish tacos ain't got #&%$ on this beast!

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I've got a world famous celebrity appearing on my next meal idea video! Oh, and I had to kick him off my set at the end of the shoot too.....
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good stuff here.
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