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Re: Milk + Low Carb Diet?

Post by TimD » Wed Apr 06, 2011 7:11 am

RS, they wrap them in letuce leaves. At least at Hardee's (Carl Jr on the west coast).
If I'm not getting something like that, I just pull the buns off and use napkins on my fingers after I've eaten them.
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Re: Milk + Low Carb Diet?

Post by Oscar_Actuary » Wed Apr 06, 2011 9:10 am

speaking of, I've learned how long Romaine lettuce will last in the fridge. Amazing shelf life. Ok, maybe it's the chemicals but anyway. Sam's Club sells large packs of Romaine. Bring a few leaves and have the best wrap for your burgers.
I just wish Taco Bell had more fitness friendly foods

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Re: Milk + Low Carb Diet?

Post by DavidMcF » Wed Apr 06, 2011 11:26 am

DavidMcF wrote:Stacked double cheese works with mcdonalds too - I have been thinking about buying 2 double cheese burgers and a quarter pounder.

Then you take the quarter pounder as a base and separate the double cheese burgers and lay them out so they cover the entire surface area of the quarterpounder with a nexus of beef in the middle

fv(k i am so doing that next time i go. Typing it out makes it even more real

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Re: Milk + Low Carb Diet?

Post by Harpoon » Wed Apr 06, 2011 12:09 pm

u dont drink milk on low carb

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Re: Milk + Low Carb Diet?

Post by stuward » Wed Apr 06, 2011 12:28 pm

Harpoon wrote:u dont drink milk on low carb
The OP was asking about using it near his workout and regognized it wasn't "low carb" in his original post. This thread has degenerated way off topic anyway.
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Re: Milk + Low Carb Diet?

Post by robertscott » Thu Apr 07, 2011 6:21 am

TimD wrote:RS, they wrap them in letuce leaves. At least at Hardee's (Carl Jr on the west coast).
If I'm not getting something like that, I just pull the buns off and use napkins on my fingers after I've eaten them.
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that is exactly the kind of blue-sky thinking we need in this world! MacDonalds're missing a trick, they should bring out a low carb range.

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Re: Milk + Low Carb Diet?

Post by stuward » Thu Apr 07, 2011 7:47 am

Low carbers are a very small minority of the fast food market. From MacDonald's point of view we don't exist. However, as we saw in Sweden, that can change in a hurry as soon as the government gets on board.
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Re: Milk + Low Carb Diet?

Post by Jungledoc » Tue Apr 19, 2011 11:33 am

stuward wrote:The OP was asking about using it near his workout and regognized it wasn't "low carb" in his original post. This thread has degenerated way off topic anyway.
john9890 wrote:The OP was asking about using it near his workout and regognized it wasn't "low carb" in his original post. This thread has degenerated way off topic anyway.
Why would a first-time poster just copy someone else's post? No reply, nothing added?

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Re: Milk + Low Carb Diet?

Post by Ironman » Tue Apr 19, 2011 3:36 pm

New users can't post links. I deleted the post for being a copy of another post though.

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Re: Milk + Low Carb Diet?

Post by aman » Wed Apr 20, 2011 1:01 am

Another good and a very cheap drink would be a home made whey drink - that does not need a whey protein powder at all.

If you know how to make cottage cheese from milk - the residue drink has only whey protein. Caesin is in cottage cheese. (Milk has 80% Caesin , 20% whey). This drink has no carbs - only whey protein . Drink as much as you want.

Eat the cottage cheese before to go sleep.

You may add some natural honey to add carbs.

Sometimes I wonder how much extra money we spend just to save few minutes.

Great food can be made in k-word. We all just need to little creative abt it.

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Re: Milk + Low Carb Diet?

Post by Oscar_Actuary » Wed Apr 20, 2011 2:18 am

chicken breast (canned works great)
broccoli florettes
pineapple
walnuts
olive oil
lemon squeeze

quick easy delicious and probably fits a lot of macro protocols, given the right mix

steamed broccoli with big glop of coconut oil - my new simple favorite "discovery". I have lots of VCO with more coming autmatically thru Amazon, and need/want to find ways to use it up

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Re: Milk + Low Carb Diet?

Post by robertscott » Wed Apr 20, 2011 7:23 am

Oscar_Actuary wrote:chicken breast (canned works great)
broccoli florettes
pineapple
walnuts
olive oil
lemon squeeze
please tell me that's not the ingredients for a shake?

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Re: Milk + Low Carb Diet?

Post by Oscar_Actuary » Wed Apr 20, 2011 11:43 am

heh. Funny man.

I never make shakes.
Even yogurt and fruit, just eat them whole.
Whey, I add to water, eat something with it, like banana. Rather not fuss with a blender.

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Re: Milk + Low Carb Diet?

Post by Jungledoc » Sun May 08, 2011 2:37 am

Stephens wrote:I drink shakes daily and i use yogurt in my diet and it makes perfect lunch and i think there is a good discussion above on milk and low carbs.
After your next post you'll be allowed to post your :spam1: . Once, anyway.
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