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girlA girlA 5 years
What I do is make wraps using Boca "chicken" nuggets ( http://the-dairy-free-diva-recipe-exchange.yumsugar.com/Boca-Chicken-Wraps-7458640 ) and add some cucumber, tomato, lettuce. Add some sunflower seeds for added protein. Also, Smart Deli brand lunch "meats" have a good amount of protein as well so between the carbs in the bread and protein, it's a good combo before/after a workout.
jaxsprat jaxsprat 5 years
I like to eat a bit lighter in the summer. I'll definitely try a few of these recipes. My question is what to eat after the gym especially on strength training days. If this has been covered before please point me to that post also. Cheers!
rocksteady830 rocksteady830 5 years
To Anonymous post about the Bible saying we are supposed to eat meat... Keep in mind that when God first created this world, we were innocent and free of sin. Adam and Eve, as taught in the Bible, were not created as carnivorous beings. In fact, according to the Bible, man was created before animals even existed! They ate from the EARTH, not from the other animals. They were simply meant to reign over the other animals. There was no killing of any kind, human or other animal, until Adam and Eve sinned and God told them they would have to work hard to make their food grow out of the ground. THAT is when man began to kill animals and eat meat... So who can say that it is unbiblical to choose not to eat meat?I do agree that, yes, some of the vegetarian products on the market now have so many preservatives and additives, that they are unhealthy. That can go for any product that isn't made fresh. It has nothing to do with the fact that they don't contain meat. Although I do agree about those certain products being unhealthy, your condescending attitude about vegetarianism is not well-representative of Christ my Savior, and frankly, you just need to get your facts straight.
rocksteady830 rocksteady830 5 years
To Anonymous post about the Bible saying we are supposed to eat meat... Keep in mind that when God first created this world, we were innocent and free of sin. Adam and Eve, as taught in the Bible, were not created as carnivorous beings. In fact, according to the Bible, man was created before animals even existed! They ate from the EARTH, not from the other animals. They were simply meant to reign over the other animals. There was no killing of any kind, human or other animal, until Adam and Eve sinned and God told them they would have to work hard to make their food grow out of the ground. THAT is when man began to kill animals and eat meat... So who can say that it is unbiblical to choose not to eat meat? I do agree that, yes, some of the vegetarian products on the market now have so many preservatives and additives, that they are unhealthy. That can go for any product that isn't made fresh. It has nothing to do with the fact that they don't contain meat. Although I do agree about those certain products being unhealthy, your condescending attitude about vegetarianism is not well-representative of Christ my Savior, and frankly, you just need to get your facts straight.
Isista Isista 5 years
I may not be a vegetarian (in fact I rather like certain kinds of meat), these sounds like they could be really good. I like eating more veggie meals during warmer months, because like someone else said, cooking meat over a hot stove trying to get it done sucks in the summer lol. Plus, veggies can be really tasty!
girlA girlA 5 years
These recipes are great! Thanks for sharing, Yum!
snarkypants snarkypants 5 years
i agree with doogirl. these recipes don't look good at all. there are a million meatless recipes that are way better!and anon, i don't judge you for eating beef, so don't judge me for not eating beef. k thanks bye.
snarkypants snarkypants 5 years
i agree with doogirl. these recipes don't look good at all. there are a million meatless recipes that are way better! and anon, i don't judge you for eating beef, so don't judge me for not eating beef. k thanks bye.
doogirl doogirl 5 years
I've been doing the meatless Mondays and it's great! But these recipes all seem a little...strange. Like they're trying too hard to be gourmet vegetarian recipes. I don't think I'll be trying any of them.
GummiBears GummiBears 5 years
I appreciate this because during the summer months, I don't like slaving over a hot stove and I like my meat well done. True I have AC but I don't want a huge bill this summer.
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