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sungam


Oct 7, 2009, 7:16 AM
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Nice writeup.
Hopefully I'ma get out this weekend too. Still on the weight cutting, but I got sick of broccoli so now I'm on cabbage.

Thanks.

I just joined a conventional gym for the first time in a long time. Since I shouldn't be climbing, I figure I'll get other workouts in.

It's funny how exercise curbs my appetite and makes me desire healthier foods. It's a win-win.
You to?
When I start training hard, I don't want to eat, but when I do I want juicy apples, piles of veg, and fresh fruit juice. Except at breakfast - then I want piles of complex carbs (a la wheatbix). Anybody that has seen my normal eating habits knows that this is not the same as when I am roadtripping.


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sungam wrote:
Nice writeup.
Hopefully I'ma get out this weekend too. Still on the weight cutting, but I got sick of broccoli so now I'm on cabbage.

Thanks.

I just joined a conventional gym for the first time in a long time. Since I shouldn't be climbing, I figure I'll get other workouts in.

It's funny how exercise curbs my appetite and makes me desire healthier foods. It's a win-win.
You to?
When I start training hard, I don't want to eat, but when I do I want juicy apples, piles of veg, and fresh fruit juice. Except at breakfast - then I want piles of complex carbs (a la wheatbix). Anybody that has seen my normal eating habits knows that this is not the same as when I am roadtripping.

Yeah, totally. Bad food just seems so unappealing when I'm exercising regularly.

But I think I'm weird in that I lose my appetite when I work out (or work hard, etc). I can actually go all day without food when climbing.


sungam


Oct 7, 2009, 7:20 AM
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Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Nice writeup.
Hopefully I'ma get out this weekend too. Still on the weight cutting, but I got sick of broccoli so now I'm on cabbage.

Thanks.

I just joined a conventional gym for the first time in a long time. Since I shouldn't be climbing, I figure I'll get other workouts in.

It's funny how exercise curbs my appetite and makes me desire healthier foods. It's a win-win.
You to?
When I start training hard, I don't want to eat, but when I do I want juicy apples, piles of veg, and fresh fruit juice. Except at breakfast - then I want piles of complex carbs (a la wheatbix). Anybody that has seen my normal eating habits knows that this is not the same as when I am roadtripping.
I accidentally my ptftw... THE WHOLE THING.


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Nice writeup.
Hopefully I'ma get out this weekend too. Still on the weight cutting, but I got sick of broccoli so now I'm on cabbage.

Thanks.

I just joined a conventional gym for the first time in a long time. Since I shouldn't be climbing, I figure I'll get other workouts in.

It's funny how exercise curbs my appetite and makes me desire healthier foods. It's a win-win.
You to?
When I start training hard, I don't want to eat, but when I do I want juicy apples, piles of veg, and fresh fruit juice. Except at breakfast - then I want piles of complex carbs (a la wheatbix). Anybody that has seen my normal eating habits knows that this is not the same as when I am roadtripping.

Yeah, totally. Bad food just seems so unappealing when I'm exercising regularly.

But I think I'm weird in that I lose my appetite when I work out (or work hard, etc). I can actually go all day without food when climbing.
That may be due to the adrenaline, though. One of the effects of raised Adrenaline/Epinephrine levels in the blood is slowed/halted digestive action.


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Nice writeup.
Hopefully I'ma get out this weekend too. Still on the weight cutting, but I got sick of broccoli so now I'm on cabbage.

Thanks.

I just joined a conventional gym for the first time in a long time. Since I shouldn't be climbing, I figure I'll get other workouts in.

It's funny how exercise curbs my appetite and makes me desire healthier foods. It's a win-win.
You to?
When I start training hard, I don't want to eat, but when I do I want juicy apples, piles of veg, and fresh fruit juice. Except at breakfast - then I want piles of complex carbs (a la wheatbix). Anybody that has seen my normal eating habits knows that this is not the same as when I am roadtripping.

Yeah, totally. Bad food just seems so unappealing when I'm exercising regularly.

But I think I'm weird in that I lose my appetite when I work out (or work hard, etc). I can actually go all day without food when climbing.

Oh nooooo, that is impossible for me. I neeeed sustainance when climbing! I used to take ingredients to make sammiches... ham, cheese and an avacado under my helmet. Running and working out though is kinda different, although once it's over I really crave lots of veggies and salmon for some reason.

Nice TR btw...


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holy crap this thread has more content then the whole of the spci part one!!!!!


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Cabbage is fired. Didn't fill me up at all - back to broccoli.


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Cabbage is fired. Didn't fill me up at all - back to broccoli.

Try it with salt and pepper.... and a 12oz steak!


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Cabbage is fired. Didn't fill me up at all - back to broccoli.

Try it with salt and pepper.... and a 12oz steak!
Steak = money + kcal.
I made it with onion and a little bit of herbs. I'm thinking ketchep.


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Oct 7, 2009, 8:00 AM
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sungam wrote:
kachoong wrote:
sungam wrote:
Cabbage is fired. Didn't fill me up at all - back to broccoli.

Try it with salt and pepper.... and a 12oz steak!
Steak = money + kcal.
I made it with onion and a little bit of herbs. I'm thinking ketchep.

try catsup


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kachoong wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Nice writeup.
Hopefully I'ma get out this weekend too. Still on the weight cutting, but I got sick of broccoli so now I'm on cabbage.

Thanks.

I just joined a conventional gym for the first time in a long time. Since I shouldn't be climbing, I figure I'll get other workouts in.

It's funny how exercise curbs my appetite and makes me desire healthier foods. It's a win-win.
You to?
When I start training hard, I don't want to eat, but when I do I want juicy apples, piles of veg, and fresh fruit juice. Except at breakfast - then I want piles of complex carbs (a la wheatbix). Anybody that has seen my normal eating habits knows that this is not the same as when I am roadtripping.

Yeah, totally. Bad food just seems so unappealing when I'm exercising regularly.

But I think I'm weird in that I lose my appetite when I work out (or work hard, etc). I can actually go all day without food when climbing.

Oh nooooo, that is impossible for me. I neeeed sustainance when climbing! I used to take ingredients to make sammiches... ham, cheese and an avacado under my helmet. Running and working out though is kinda different, although once it's over I really crave lots of veggies and salmon for some reason.

Nice TR btw...

Thanks on the TR.

Yeah, I just can't get myself to eat more when I'm busy. I always lose a ton of weight in the summer when I'm climbing on weekends because I just don't eat much and I'm climbing a lot. this summer has been very different, though: bum ankle = less climbing = no weight loss. Unsure However, this gym membership is going to pay dividends. Cool


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sungam wrote:
kachoong wrote:
sungam wrote:
Cabbage is fired. Didn't fill me up at all - back to broccoli.

Try it with salt and pepper.... and a 12oz steak!
Steak = money + kcal.
I made it with onion and a little bit of herbs. I'm thinking ketchep.

rice and veggies fill me up every time. the rice takes in the flavor of the spices / sauces that you may use (be careful on the sauces. I find homemade tomato sauces work best and have the least amount of sodium). rice is cheaper than hell and so are veggies for the content value.

also, while people will say brown rice is better for you, it isn't necessarily true. sure, it has more fiber, but depending on the brand it may also have more carbs, too. depending on what you're trying to do, look at the labels to see what you should buy. if you hold the same brand and product side-by-side, with one being white rice and one being brown rice, you'll see that the differences between them is negligible. I say this because I've found that white rice absorbs flavor better and thus makes for a yummier meal. I do eat both, though.


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
kachoong wrote:
sungam wrote:
Cabbage is fired. Didn't fill me up at all - back to broccoli.

Try it with salt and pepper.... and a 12oz steak!
Steak = money + kcal.
I made it with onion and a little bit of herbs. I'm thinking ketchep.

rice and veggies fill me up every time. the rice takes in the flavor of the spices / sauces that you may use (be careful on the sauces. I find homemade tomato sauces work best and have the least amount of sodium). rice is cheaper than hell and so are veggies for the content value.

also, while people will say brown rice is better for you, it isn't necessarily true. sure, it has more fiber, but depending on the brand it may also have more carbs, too. depending on what you're trying to do, look at the labels to see what you should buy. if you hold the same brand and product side-by-side, with one being white rice and one being brown rice, you'll see that the differences between them is negligible. I say this because I've found that white rice absorbs flavor better and thus makes for a yummier meal. I do eat both, though.

Just kidding with the steak... nothing in my opinion makes cabbage any better. That's from 2 years in Germany. Vomit stew!

I like to use couscous too instead of rice... we got some quinoa fairly recently but have yet to try it out.


sungam


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>30 kcal per 100g? Not on my weight cutting menu.


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
kachoong wrote:
sungam wrote:
Cabbage is fired. Didn't fill me up at all - back to broccoli.

Try it with salt and pepper.... and a 12oz steak!
Steak = money + kcal.
I made it with onion and a little bit of herbs. I'm thinking ketchep.

rice and veggies fill me up every time. the rice takes in the flavor of the spices / sauces that you may use (be careful on the sauces. I find homemade tomato sauces work best and have the least amount of sodium). rice is cheaper than hell and so are veggies for the content value.

also, while people will say brown rice is better for you, it isn't necessarily true. sure, it has more fiber, but depending on the brand it may also have more carbs, too. depending on what you're trying to do, look at the labels to see what you should buy. if you hold the same brand and product side-by-side, with one being white rice and one being brown rice, you'll see that the differences between them is negligible. I say this because I've found that white rice absorbs flavor better and thus makes for a yummier meal. I do eat both, though.

i think some people prefer the brown because they pay attention to glycemic index. plus its whole grain. but it takes so much longer to cook.

fruits and veggies seem so good when you are active because they have a high moisture content. i read a book recently that talked about false feelings of hunger, and how thirst is often interpreted as hunger, especially if you eat fast and/or junk food, which how low moisture content.


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kyleshea wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
kachoong wrote:
sungam wrote:
Cabbage is fired. Didn't fill me up at all - back to broccoli.

Try it with salt and pepper.... and a 12oz steak!
Steak = money + kcal.
I made it with onion and a little bit of herbs. I'm thinking ketchep.

rice and veggies fill me up every time. the rice takes in the flavor of the spices / sauces that you may use (be careful on the sauces. I find homemade tomato sauces work best and have the least amount of sodium). rice is cheaper than hell and so are veggies for the content value.

also, while people will say brown rice is better for you, it isn't necessarily true. sure, it has more fiber, but depending on the brand it may also have more carbs, too. depending on what you're trying to do, look at the labels to see what you should buy. if you hold the same brand and product side-by-side, with one being white rice and one being brown rice, you'll see that the differences between them is negligible. I say this because I've found that white rice absorbs flavor better and thus makes for a yummier meal. I do eat both, though.

i think some people prefer the brown because they pay attention to glycemic index. plus its whole grain. but it takes so much longer to cook.

fruits and veggies seem so good when you are active because they have a high moisture content. i read a book recently that talked about false feelings of hunger, and how thirst is often interpreted as hunger, especially if you eat fast and/or junk food, which how low moisture content.

oh yeah, drinking lots of water really helps to curb hunger, too. it takes a while to get used to drinking so much (you piss a lot the first few days), but then once you get into the habit it's amazing how well drinking water helps.


kyleshea


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
kyleshea wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
kachoong wrote:
sungam wrote:
Cabbage is fired. Didn't fill me up at all - back to broccoli.

Try it with salt and pepper.... and a 12oz steak!
Steak = money + kcal.
I made it with onion and a little bit of herbs. I'm thinking ketchep.

rice and veggies fill me up every time. the rice takes in the flavor of the spices / sauces that you may use (be careful on the sauces. I find homemade tomato sauces work best and have the least amount of sodium). rice is cheaper than hell and so are veggies for the content value.

also, while people will say brown rice is better for you, it isn't necessarily true. sure, it has more fiber, but depending on the brand it may also have more carbs, too. depending on what you're trying to do, look at the labels to see what you should buy. if you hold the same brand and product side-by-side, with one being white rice and one being brown rice, you'll see that the differences between them is negligible. I say this because I've found that white rice absorbs flavor better and thus makes for a yummier meal. I do eat both, though.

i think some people prefer the brown because they pay attention to glycemic index. plus its whole grain. but it takes so much longer to cook.

fruits and veggies seem so good when you are active because they have a high moisture content. i read a book recently that talked about false feelings of hunger, and how thirst is often interpreted as hunger, especially if you eat fast and/or junk food, which how low moisture content.

oh yeah, drinking lots of water really helps to curb hunger, too. it takes a while to get used to drinking so much (you piss a lot the first few days), but then once you get into the habit it's amazing how well drinking water helps.

but still not as well as a thick, juicy steak, loaded with fried onions and mushrooms.


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Oct 7, 2009, 8:34 AM
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sungam wrote:
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I can haz reply 255?

According to the post count on my page, that honor was mine.
You had post number 255, mine was reply number 255.

wrong

it would appear that honor belongs to Donny's
ewe francising slutbag!

fftw


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kyleshea wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
kyleshea wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
kachoong wrote:
sungam wrote:
Cabbage is fired. Didn't fill me up at all - back to broccoli.

Try it with salt and pepper.... and a 12oz steak!
Steak = money + kcal.
I made it with onion and a little bit of herbs. I'm thinking ketchep.

rice and veggies fill me up every time. the rice takes in the flavor of the spices / sauces that you may use (be careful on the sauces. I find homemade tomato sauces work best and have the least amount of sodium). rice is cheaper than hell and so are veggies for the content value.

also, while people will say brown rice is better for you, it isn't necessarily true. sure, it has more fiber, but depending on the brand it may also have more carbs, too. depending on what you're trying to do, look at the labels to see what you should buy. if you hold the same brand and product side-by-side, with one being white rice and one being brown rice, you'll see that the differences between them is negligible. I say this because I've found that white rice absorbs flavor better and thus makes for a yummier meal. I do eat both, though.

i think some people prefer the brown because they pay attention to glycemic index. plus its whole grain. but it takes so much longer to cook.

fruits and veggies seem so good when you are active because they have a high moisture content. i read a book recently that talked about false feelings of hunger, and how thirst is often interpreted as hunger, especially if you eat fast and/or junk food, which how low moisture content.

oh yeah, drinking lots of water really helps to curb hunger, too. it takes a while to get used to drinking so much (you piss a lot the first few days), but then once you get into the habit it's amazing how well drinking water helps.

but still not as well as a thick, juicy steak, loaded with fried onions and mushrooms.

take out the onions and I won't disagree.


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
kyleshea wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
kyleshea wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
kachoong wrote:
sungam wrote:
Cabbage is fired. Didn't fill me up at all - back to broccoli.

Try it with salt and pepper.... and a 12oz steak!
Steak = money + kcal.
I made it with onion and a little bit of herbs. I'm thinking ketchep.

rice and veggies fill me up every time. the rice takes in the flavor of the spices / sauces that you may use (be careful on the sauces. I find homemade tomato sauces work best and have the least amount of sodium). rice is cheaper than hell and so are veggies for the content value.

also, while people will say brown rice is better for you, it isn't necessarily true. sure, it has more fiber, but depending on the brand it may also have more carbs, too. depending on what you're trying to do, look at the labels to see what you should buy. if you hold the same brand and product side-by-side, with one being white rice and one being brown rice, you'll see that the differences between them is negligible. I say this because I've found that white rice absorbs flavor better and thus makes for a yummier meal. I do eat both, though.

i think some people prefer the brown because they pay attention to glycemic index. plus its whole grain. but it takes so much longer to cook.

fruits and veggies seem so good when you are active because they have a high moisture content. i read a book recently that talked about false feelings of hunger, and how thirst is often interpreted as hunger, especially if you eat fast and/or junk food, which how low moisture content.

oh yeah, drinking lots of water really helps to curb hunger, too. it takes a while to get used to drinking so much (you piss a lot the first few days), but then once you get into the habit it's amazing how well drinking water helps.

but still not as well as a thick, juicy steak, loaded with fried onions and mushrooms.

take out the onions and I won't disagree.

you aren't a fan?


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So I've moved in with a bunch of fun super-strong climbers.
This past weekend we went down to Shastoe, in Northumbria for some sandstone bouldering.
The group that went was Sam (my flatmate), Andy (his friend from highschool), Antoine (a Belgian student) and a friend of Antoine, Katia (who didn't climb).
We drove down and walked in with our multitude of pads, across the farm (Northumbria is just one big farm, rolling hills with small trees and the like) and we saw a table that had a bunch of eggs on it, and a few empty cartons saying "Fresh free range eggs - 6 for 1.50 or 12 for 3.00". I didn't have money but it was a pretty cool idea - the area is popular among walkers escaping from Newcastle for the weekend/afternoon.
Anyways, here's the pics and descriptions:

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Walking in.

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Northumbria.

(sorry there are no warm up pics)

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Sam Flashing a 7a+ roof. It uses a small-ish undercling that you have to reach way above you for, so it's super shouldery. Then you had to make a big move to the lip, then pop again for a sloper, then just top out.


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Antoine flashing said roof problem.

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Me trying a hard 7b - the "dyno past the bad holds" beta did not work. I wuz too weak for this problem.

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Andy using the correct beta. Yes, he stole my hat.

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Andy *almost* sticking the sloper. He didn't send that day (only Antoine did) but he got damn close.

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Antoine moving for the sloper.

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Almost sticking the sloper, he got it next go.

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Sam working a 7b+ roof/lip thing. It was haaaard.

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Antoine trying said problem.

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Sam

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Andy

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Antoine.

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Me


Then we went home.

Rats, photos blocked at work. I'll have to log in at home to check them out.
Otherwise, did you ever write up post photos of the bugs, the chief, levenworst?


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Oct 7, 2009, 8:41 AM
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kyleshea wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
kyleshea wrote:
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sungam wrote:
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sungam wrote:
Cabbage is fired. Didn't fill me up at all - back to broccoli.

Try it with salt and pepper.... and a 12oz steak!
Steak = money + kcal.
I made it with onion and a little bit of herbs. I'm thinking ketchep.

rice and veggies fill me up every time. the rice takes in the flavor of the spices / sauces that you may use (be careful on the sauces. I find homemade tomato sauces work best and have the least amount of sodium). rice is cheaper than hell and so are veggies for the content value.

also, while people will say brown rice is better for you, it isn't necessarily true. sure, it has more fiber, but depending on the brand it may also have more carbs, too. depending on what you're trying to do, look at the labels to see what you should buy. if you hold the same brand and product side-by-side, with one being white rice and one being brown rice, you'll see that the differences between them is negligible. I say this because I've found that white rice absorbs flavor better and thus makes for a yummier meal. I do eat both, though.

i think some people prefer the brown because they pay attention to glycemic index. plus its whole grain. but it takes so much longer to cook.

fruits and veggies seem so good when you are active because they have a high moisture content. i read a book recently that talked about false feelings of hunger, and how thirst is often interpreted as hunger, especially if you eat fast and/or junk food, which how low moisture content.

oh yeah, drinking lots of water really helps to curb hunger, too. it takes a while to get used to drinking so much (you piss a lot the first few days), but then once you get into the habit it's amazing how well drinking water helps.

but still not as well as a thick, juicy steak, loaded with fried onions and mushrooms.

take out the onions and I won't disagree.

you aren't a fan?

yes, I'm a fan of that onion. I also like the female kind, too. Laugh


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Oct 7, 2009, 8:46 AM
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Gmburns2000 wrote:
kyleshea wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
kyleshea wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
kyleshea wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
kachoong wrote:
sungam wrote:
Cabbage is fired. Didn't fill me up at all - back to broccoli.

Try it with salt and pepper.... and a 12oz steak!
Steak = money + kcal.
I made it with onion and a little bit of herbs. I'm thinking ketchep.

rice and veggies fill me up every time. the rice takes in the flavor of the spices / sauces that you may use (be careful on the sauces. I find homemade tomato sauces work best and have the least amount of sodium). rice is cheaper than hell and so are veggies for the content value.

also, while people will say brown rice is better for you, it isn't necessarily true. sure, it has more fiber, but depending on the brand it may also have more carbs, too. depending on what you're trying to do, look at the labels to see what you should buy. if you hold the same brand and product side-by-side, with one being white rice and one being brown rice, you'll see that the differences between them is negligible. I say this because I've found that white rice absorbs flavor better and thus makes for a yummier meal. I do eat both, though.

i think some people prefer the brown because they pay attention to glycemic index. plus its whole grain. but it takes so much longer to cook.

fruits and veggies seem so good when you are active because they have a high moisture content. i read a book recently that talked about false feelings of hunger, and how thirst is often interpreted as hunger, especially if you eat fast and/or junk food, which how low moisture content.

oh yeah, drinking lots of water really helps to curb hunger, too. it takes a while to get used to drinking so much (you piss a lot the first few days), but then once you get into the habit it's amazing how well drinking water helps.

but still not as well as a thick, juicy steak, loaded with fried onions and mushrooms.

take out the onions and I won't disagree.

you aren't a fan?

yes, I'm a fan of that onion. I also like the female kind, too. Laugh

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Oct 7, 2009, 8:51 AM
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Otherwise, did you ever write up post photos of the bugs, the chief, levenworst?
Nope.


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Oct 7, 2009, 9:10 AM
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Nice write up.

Sometimes its just really nice to have a weekend of no responsibilities, sit back, and enjoy the show.

Go one.

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