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    Anabolic mustard


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankdoz View Post
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    My favorite mustard is this one
    and these are some of my other favoritesMax

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    Favorite or most used condiments

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    My favorite mustard is this one
    and these are some of my other favoritesMax
    Nice where do you find jalapeño mustard


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankdoz View Post
    Nice where do you find jalapeño mustard


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    I have one store local so I just order 6 bottle packs Amazon for Max

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    Quote Originally Posted by HFO3 View Post
    using nutrient deficient condiments is an old and unnecessary practice. Unless of course, I'm eating french fries then its KETCHUP all the way


    seriously, Using spices and marinades is the best way to cook you're food then you won't need or want condiments

    Right? All I hear is calories calories calories. Sugar sugar sugar. Condiments have a shit ton of calories and should be avoided as much as possible. There is a decent sugar free bbq I use from time to time. And hot sauce and mustard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrBulk798 View Post
    Right? All I hear is calories calories calories. Sugar sugar sugar. Condiments have a shit ton of calories and should be avoided as much as possible. There is a decent sugar free bbq I use from time to time. And hot sauce and mustard.
    That's mostly the point of this thread. Stuff that doesn't have many cals and won't affect overall diet.

    And as HFO3 suggested, a good recipe helps alleviate the need for condiments. But sometimes those new recipes suck balls and you end up with 8 pounds of chicken breast that tastes like shit by itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Multislacking View Post
    That's mostly the point of this thread. Stuff that doesn't have many cals and won't affect overall diet.

    And as HFO3 suggested, a good recipe helps alleviate the need for condiments. But sometimes those new recipes suck balls and you end up with 8 pounds of chicken breast that tastes like shit by itself.
    That was kind of what I had expected when I seen the forum title.

    And man, I’ve done it! And ate every fucking bit of it lol. Sure learned from my mistakes 🤣

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrBulk798 View Post
    That was kind of what I had expected when I seen the forum title.

    And man, I’ve done it! And ate every fucking bit of it lol. Sure learned from my mistakes 藍
    Lmao...yep. My last batch of chicken was my most recent mistake. Decided to try "chow mein" style chicken. Which meant my rice that followed in it's broth is also flavored the same way. I'll be glad when this week is over!

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    I use this Asian chili garlic sauce I made on everything! Lol. It’s so yummy
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    Marinara probably, bbq being a close second

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    One trick I do to switch it up. I make my old school red sauce. Like one you would make fork lasagna or spaghetti. Make a large batch. Then I put my chicken breasts in it. And throw a kid in it. Make sure the chicken is submitted. Low heat for 45min to an hour. Pull out the chicken. And shred. Super flavorful. Not adding many calorie, cause your not using the sauce, essentially your boiling the chicken in it. Use a Dutch oven if you got one. Save the sauce and do it again. You can add a bit of stock later and use it again. Change the spice up if you want

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    Straight up Hot Sauce and/or Salsa. Boring I know but F*ck it

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    A new one I've been doing recently, not a condiment per se, is probiotic fermented sourkraut. I'll mix it in with my chicken/rice/green beans/EVOO with some salt and it tastes great to me. Plus it gives you more calorie free food (cabbage) and probiotics as well

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