(6am) Breakfasts will revolve around roughly a half dozen eggs and veggies.
(10am) Second breakfasts occur at 10am and involve a cup of full fat cottage cheese or yogurt.
(12pm) Lunch involves a pound of meat product (chicken or lean ground beef), olive oil, veggies
(2pm) Second lunch will be another cup of full fat cottage cheese or yogurt.
(6-8pm) Dinner is a pound of meat product, olive oil, veggies
On WO days, I will have a preworkout shake comprised of one scoop whey isolate and one PWO of the same, with two TBSP carlson's fish oil.
That would be approximiately 3200 calories: ~350 pro, ~100 carb, ~145 fat, with a ~1:2 O3 to O6 ratio on the fats.
I'm thinking cottage cheese because it has a lot of stick to your guts power, so hopefully that will tide me over during the parts of the day that I tend to get my crazy cravings. I might try alternating that with full fat greek yogurt in roughly equal proportions.
I get along great with dairy so I don't have a ton of concerns there and I'm hoping that the casein will tide me over.
I think it looks alright. It just bothers me that there are no carbs even on workout days. Well, maybe that's some recent nutritional wind, but I seriously think that you should have more carbs on your workout days. Specifically because your goals aren't in fat loss but in strength gain. I still believe that carbs(or muscle glycogen from carbs) are the fuel and the main part of recovery around your workouts. Me, I take somewhere along 50-100g of carbs pre workout, but that's very optional and personal. I just feel that I work better if I have some carbs reserved for exercising, especially after few low carb days. Then after working out I take as much carbs as I cleanly can. For me, it's whole wheat, fruits and veggies. Sometimes some of that evil sugar. But Carbs are good for recovery. After resistance training, your body will collect all the energy it needs, and it will take it from fat AND muscles if you don't take carbs. None of the carbs will go to fat cells due to the metabolic disturbance caused to muscle. But since you got this craving and binging, I would not recommend you to harvest all the carbs possible, but taking somewhere along 100-250g of carbs after working out. Maybe even more. This too is very personal. You'll have to try it and see.
Hoose is practically right, to get strong you got to eat. But the timing and cycling of nutrients comes into play if you desire not to gain too much fat. Just my two cents. Even in this forum there are differing opinions and methods, but this is how I work.
Plus, I'm a fan of dairy proteins too. Cottage cheese, greek and turkish yoghurt and quark are my main protein sources after meat. The last one I consume the most, but I'm not sure how normal and available/cheap it is in other countries.