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  • beef

    212 30.46%
  • chicken

    160 22.99%
  • turkey

    32 4.60%
  • ham

    1 0.14%
  • deer

    18 2.59%
  • elk

    6 0.86%
  • duck

    1 0.14%
  • wild boar

    2 0.29%
  • salmon

    28 4.02%
  • orange roughy

    3 0.43%
  • tilapia

    15 2.16%
  • eggs

    73 10.49%
  • dairy

    7 1.01%
  • protein powder

    102 14.66%
  • dead people you run over

    36 5.17%
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Thread: What's Your Favorite Protein Source?

  1. #171

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    read meat mhhh beef & horse!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sa.Fra. View Post
    read meat mhhh beef & horse!
    Horse???? Where do you get that?

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    EGGS slightly wins out over beef...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by clarkthashark View Post
    Horse???? Where do you get that?
    they serve horse in cannada !

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    Well I voted salmon , but i always eat beef and chicken!!
    "Nobody is better than yourself, believe it and you will succes"

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    Since I grew up on a cattle ranch "Beef its whats for Breakfast Lunch and Dinner." But my favorite protein powder is Dymatize ISO-100 http://www.nsupps.com/protein/dymati...-100-5lbs.html

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    Thumbs up Nitro Pro Protein Powder

    I enjoy all the other choices especially salmon, bison, and egg wites as well but my favorite is Nitro Pro protein powder is 100% whey isolate. It tastes so good that is like a treat.

    I maintain a clean diet year round and refrain from a lot of sugars such as cakes, ice cream, and baked goods. Nitro Pro Protein tastes so good that I dont feel deprived. Its also convenient and can easily be used for many things like post workout protein but also added to oatmeal, used for baking mufins, added to yogurt, cottage cheese, made into pancakes, waffles, smoothies. The possibilities are endless.

  8. #178

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    Voted for venison (deer)

    Leanest from of red meat I'm aware of.
    Jason Bosak***Team AAEFX***

  9. #179

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    Venison here. Put 2 fresh ones in my freezer every year...
    AAEFX REP AND P/RR/S WARRIOR

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    Raw pussy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elephantbattlezone View Post
    they serve horse in cannada !

    Maybe, but they don't in Canada.

  13. #183

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    BEEF! And then Chicken.
    Just cause thats all i eat really now...

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    Tofu, Seitan, Tempeh. Beans, nuts, lentils, whole grains. I also eat dairy and I like protein powder. I'm a vegetarian, I might be the only one on this forum lol.

  15. #185

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    Raw eggs/whites in goat milk shaken & a scoop of whey.

  16. #186

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    Kangeroo, mean source of protien, 0% fat

  17. #187

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperCoolGuy View Post
    Raw eggs/whites in goat milk shaken & a scoop of whey.
    All good mate, just that your body can't breakdown that liquid protein that's in raw eggs, they need to be cooked, just right though, little bit gooey on the inside.

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