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Quick Meals for Fast Muscle

Quick Meals for Fast Muscle

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Copyright ©2007 by Jason FerruggiaRelentless AthleticsAll rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in anyform or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording,or by any information storage and retrieval system, without the expressed written permission from Jason Ferruggia.
 
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 When it comes to building insane amounts of size and strength, eating is just asimportant as training, if not more so. What this means is that unless you are incrediblywealthy and can afford your own personal chef or to eat at restaurants six times a day,you had better learn to cook. While I am not gourmet, I am constantly amazed by theamount of people who do not even know how to open a can or turn on a stove. A lotof times, I believe it has to do more with laziness than ignorance. But if you seriouslywant to pack on an inordinate amount of muscle, you had better be prepared to put insome work. And not just in the gym.Many of my friends are frequently blown away by my ability to whip up a quick,healthy, mass building meal. Preparing and consuming five to six meals a day for thelast fifteen years or so has definitely sharpened up my cooking skills. But the truth of the matter is there is nothing impressive at all about what I can do in the kitchen. If you take a little time to familiarize yourself with some of the basics, you too caneasily prepare a vast array of quick meals that actually taste pretty good. Remember,the fork is just as important as the barbell in the quest for more muscle. If you can’tstand the sight of another can of tuna or bowl of plain oatmeal give some of theserecipes a try today.
The Everything-But-The-Kitchen-Sink ShakeIngredients:
16 oz. skim milk or water 
2 scoops protein powder 
2 heaping tbsps whipped cottage cheese
½ cup frozen strawberries
1 banana
½ cup raw rolled oats
1 tbsp natural peanut butter (optional)
Instructions:
Sometimes we’re all a little rushed in the morning, so on a day like this throw all therequirements of a healthy breakfast in the blender, mix for a minute and be on your way. You can add more water if you desire a thinner shake.
 
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Post Workout MushIngredients:
½ cup whipped cottage cheese
2 cups fat free/ sugar free yogurt
1 scoop vanilla protein powder 
1 sliced banana
½ cup fresh or frozen raspberries
½ cup All Bran or Fiber One cereal
Instructions:
An hour after finishing your postworkout shake, you should consume a mealcontaining a 1:2 ratio of protein to carbs, with limited fat. This meal is a perfectcombination to meet those requirements. Simply use a spoon to mash and mix all theingredients together.
Meat, Beans & RiceIngredients:
1 package 93% lean ground beef 
1 can red kidney beans
1 jar of tomato sauce
2 cups brown rice
Instructions:
Sauté 1 package lean ground beef.
Mix in 1 can red kidney beans and tomato sauce of your choice.
Continue to sauté all three ingredients for another 15–30 minutes.
Boil 2 cups brown rice.
Mix all ingredients together and chow down.

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