FINALLY, some MANLY bulking recipes:

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by Sinister, Jan 5, 2006.

  1. Sinister

    Sinister Doctor of Doom Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Alright. So how many threads in here are started by twigs looking to gain mass who eat all day but usually eat Doritos and whatnot? How many guys who eat like shit, and not even enough calories of said shit to gain weight? Well here's a couple of pretty easy recipes that will help. And by couple, I mean TWO. lol

    Ultimate Mass Building Shake:

    6 whole eggs
    1 cup uncooked oats
    1 cup apple juice
    1 packet of either MRP or Protein, MRP for more calories
    5g of creatine monohydrate, unflavored

    Blend at high speed for about a minute or two, guzzle down as fast as you can before the oatmeal turns into cement.

    **CAUTION - The Bodybuilder whose recipe this was used 12 eggs at a time, MRP (which has more carbs than protein powder), and gained 30lbs during the winter of '95, going on to win Heavyweight at the NPC Junior Nationals, weighing 258. None-other than Dave "Jumbo" Palumbo. But he warns the thickness and density of this shake CAN BE NAUSEATING, so better have some kind of cast-iron stomach when attempting this one. I am not responsible if you puke it up and have to make it again and drink it again, and neither is Dave. lol Use at your own risk.

    Now...WHO WANTS PANCAKES!?!?

    No I'm not bullshitting you.

    Flapjacks for MASS:

    12 egg-whites and two whole eggs.
    1 cup of oatmeal.
    Couple drips of vanilla extract.
    Couple dashes of cinnamon (you can use a good amount, cinnamon is actually pretty healthy)

    Throw it all in a bowl, whip into batter.

    Pour into skillet (use PAM)

    Makes two 7-inch pancakes.

    Top with Splenda.

    Eat until you're mo'fuggin HUGE.
     
  2. RickoOodlez

    RickoOodlez Banned Banned

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    My usual breakfast
    1/3 of a can of corned beef hash
    1/4 a cup of diced onions
    2 eggs
    Skinned Potato wedges (Uncooked)

    Mix corned beef with onions, place on pan. (I use corn oil) Cook untill onions light brown.
    2 eggs cooked overeasy (you can do that, can ya?)
    Home made french fries, place potato wedges in a pan with hot oil. (Wedges must be atleast submerged in corn oil) Cook untill golden brown or firm. I'm a skinny bastard so I eat them with mayo.

    Not too healthy but, I'm on Carnal Salvation's diet and exercise plan. :)
     
  3. Noskill

    Noskill Created Monkey

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    Amen to the pancakes, I gotta try that.
    with maple syrup though.
     
  4. Madmick

    Madmick Cerebrage Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    I've thrown whey into my pancakes before. I don't know if or to what extent this might damage whey protein. I know cooking eggs denatures the protein to make it more digestible.
     
  5. STILL LIFE

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    kick ass, thanks bro. I want to start taking that shake but would you take it post-workout or before bed.
     
  6. Sinister

    Sinister Doctor of Doom Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Dave used it 3 times per day, but post workout might be good to absorb the nutrients fully. Before bed might be a little drastic.
     
  7. KOU In3

    KOU In3 Orange Belt

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    Wake-up Oatmeal.

    Brew Coffee. Now take your one cup of Oatmeal and instead of adding two cups of water to it, add two cups of your coffee. Nuke for 5 minutes or so. Let sit for a couple of minutes and eat. :eek:

    Best in the AM or pre-training.
     
  8. earthman32

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    Here's a good oatmeal recipe:
    "Superbowl" of Breakfast
    mix in microwave-safe bowl
    1 egg
    1 cup of milk
    1 scoop of your favorite whey protein (vanilla)
    3/4 cup of oats
    handful of almonds
    1/2 cup of frozen fruit (I use a blend of blueberries, rasberries, blackberries)

    Microwave for about 4 minutes or until it has the consistency that you like in your oats. I eat this with a pair of wholegrain frozen waffles and a protein shake. It'll stick some meat to your bones.
     
  9. spanklock

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    This morning I had a

    BREAKFAST BURRITO

    3 whole eggs
    some cooking oil
    some cottage cheese
    some deli turkey
    some chili powder
    1 tortilla

    Cook the eggs in the oil. Warm a tortilla. Put cooked eggs and the rest of the stuff into tortilla wrapper. Fold into a burrito. Stuff your face.

    Tip 1: All this stuff nice and neat if you make all the other ingredients into an omelette then wrap up the omelette in the wrapper into a burrito.

    Tip 2: This morning I happened to use deli turkey. Use whatever meat you want....tuna, chicken, ham, bacon, sausage, spam, whatever.

    Tip 3: On those days when I just dont give a shit, I replace cottage cheese with handfulls of cheddar and monterrey jack. And the turkey with spam or bacon. Some days I'll even toss some butter into the oil.

    Tip 4: The break burrito is just a variation of something I eat more often...

    THE BREAKFAST OMELETTE
    3-4 whole eggs
    some canola oil
    some cottage cheese
    some meat
    some veggie (usually tomato, mushroom, or spinach)
     
  10. tshay2003

    tshay2003 Guest

    Dammit, I don't have time to eat breakfast in the mornings.. I have to work at 7.. Let's see some more dinner-type recipes please!
     
  11. bacon

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    Funniest shit I've seen all day. 7 huh? How DO you do it....

    I found this one online...

    1-2 cans tuna, 1-2 whole eggs, garlic powder, black pepper, just enough bread crumbs to bind it together. Mix all ingredients and shape into patties. Saute in non-fat cooking spray or a little olive oil or canola oil until lightly browned. Eat as is or serve on whole-wheat bread like burgers.
     
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    bacon Silver Belt

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    Hory Clap! I think you're my new best friend. I'm all over that recipe!
     
  13. yomon

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    lol you just described my breakfast KK, well - the protien powder

    today was my first experience with freerange eggs. good gawd what a huge diffence! Tasts like real food. Used extra virgin oliv oil to grease the pan too.
     
  14. tshay2003

    tshay2003 Guest

    Glad to be of service Bacon.. yes 7 o'clock, and i get up at 6:30.. laugh it up :D
    good recipe btw.. had one similar, no garlic powder though.. i'm sure it makes all the diffence.. i love garlic. BTW.. isnt there something in garlic that lowers sperm count? thought i read that somewhere.. and yes, i'm serious
     
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    the-spellr Brown Belt

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    My man burger..
    1 Burger bun
    2 Half pund pattys made from ground beef
    4 slices fried bacon
    2 tbsp barbeque sauce
    4 slices cheddar or american cheese
     
  16. Sinister

    Sinister Doctor of Doom Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Holy shit you actually went and got some? I'm going to do a whole thread on REAL food shortly.
     
  17. Captain_Dammitt

    Captain_Dammitt Brown Belt

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    My breakfast...
    3 whole eggs
    2 egg omlet with ham and cheese
    half plate of grits/oatmeal
    glass of milk
     
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    Breakfast burrito
    1 large tortilla(the huge ones not just large)
    2-3 scrambled eggs
    1 diced up potatoe or country hashbrowns
    colby jack cheese
    2 pieces of bacon
    roll it up and you are good to go
    I also like to put any leftover rice in it, i usualy make some type of rice a roni and add brocoli to it and throw a few spoonfulls of that into my burrito
     
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    BULKING BURGER

    3 beef patties
    6 slices of cheese
    1 fried egg
    whole wheat bun/bread
    hotsauce and mustard

    side dish of corn or spinach
     
  20. yomon

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    yeah you could actualy feel the difference in the shell when you cracked them as well. you know how most eggs simply crumble when you smack them on the side? well these ones you actualy had to hit on the side with some good force!

    well i don't want to exadurate it's not like i was all out swining just to break the egg shell but it was noticably harder.

    the inside membrane was a little srtonger as well (white skin like substance lining the inside of the shell.
     

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