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Offline bharminder

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3 meals: Sushi, Cod, and Chicken
« on: May 24, 2011, 10:43:39 am »
salmon sushi w/ carrot, cucumber, horseradish, wrapped in nori rolls, 10 clams, 2 oysters, 1 coconut



cod, beef liver, coconut, cucumber, celery, carrot, kale



Chicken breast, lettuce

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Re: 3 meals: Sushi, Cod, and Chicken
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2011, 11:28:38 am »
Are you trying to impress your girlfriend?
Looks good.

Do you eat them all at the same time or one at a time?
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Re: 3 meals: Sushi, Cod, and Chicken
« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2011, 04:56:53 am »
No, I was just having fun.

They were 3 separate dinners but the first sushi meal had to be split into dinner and breakfast

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Re: 3 meals: Sushi, Cod, and Chicken
« Reply #3 on: May 25, 2011, 06:00:41 am »
i'm so impressed! dishes look great  :D

so do you eat raw chicken?  i haven't tried yet, how is it?

and the coconut... is that brown coconut?  how do you open those??

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Re: 3 meals: Sushi, Cod, and Chicken
« Reply #4 on: May 25, 2011, 10:16:56 am »
I just started eating chicken because I've been eating lots of beef and lamb for the last several months and my blood profile doesn't seem very good. .. very high LDL and not so high HDL, and that's typically what is seen from eating lots of red meat.

It tastes good, I just get the breast though because it's very lean and supposedly has the least amount of toxins in it from all the soy.

Those are the mature brown coconuts, First I open one eye and take out the water. then I hit it lightly with a hammer all around the coconut for 1-2 minutes. Then I smash it open with a hammer or strong knife on a cutting board with a towel underneath it. Because I hit it lightly, the coconut meat doesn't stick to the husk, so that step of hitting the coconut loosens the meat from the husk.

 

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