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Old 11-12-2017, 03:33 PM   #4351
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All these colon polyp bros like LBR and 99 sit on the toilet reading Trump tweets for 20 minutes trying to push a fist out their ass, and I'm done in 30 seconds. Every. Time.
This, in combination with LoL's always cheery outlook in his posts, is confirmed evidence he absolutely, positively enjoys the best life evar. I mean, if you don't pump out a **** in 30 seconds. Every. Time. your life is obviously a waste.

Thanks for yet another enlightening peak into the cheery mindset of a bushel-of-apples-a-day+10-pounds-of-broccoli-eater. Sweet/Sick life... in so many ways.
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Old 11-12-2017, 06:50 PM   #4352
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You probably wipe with your shaky malnourished hand to conserve paper.
Nope, hitting all macros and micros daily.

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Actually I never understood how someone actually spends time there. I open 2p2 every single time I go to take a **** and am lucky if I get to open a thread before Im done and I really love my meats fwiw. Just take a **** when your body is ready and you'll be gone in seconds, meat or no meat.
How many times per week do you hit the ****ter?

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Tmi, but my personal experience is in accord with this. A hemorrhoid. Hurt for a year and really sucked. I was a vegetarian at the time. The problem was the all too common in OOT reistance to pooping in public bathroom leading to an absolute insistance on pooping at home in the morning whether I really needed to go or not. That was 17 years ago. Since I figured out the cause there has been no problem.
If you couldn't hit the crapper each morning easily on a vegetarian diet, then you probably ate too many cheese sandwiches or something.

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I think we need a daily total on time spent on the can.

Also, it's been my experience that a large volume of **** in a short time is not comfortable.
2-3 minutes.

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This, in combination with LoL's always cheery outlook in his posts, is confirmed evidence he absolutely, positively enjoys the best life evar. I mean, if you don't pump out a **** in 30 seconds. Every. Time. your life is obviously a waste.

Thanks for yet another enlightening peak into the cheery mindset of a bushel-of-apples-a-day+10-pounds-of-broccoli-eater. Sweet/Sick life... in so many ways.
You sound like you have a thrombosed hemorrhoid in need of excising. Maybe if you ask nicely, LBR will let you borrow his inflatable donut.
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Old 11-13-2017, 01:24 PM   #4353
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Re: Vegetarian-vegan thread

I take one **** a day with the exceptional skip/twice a day to average it out to once a day again.
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Old 11-13-2017, 01:24 PM   #4354
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Yesterday's nutrition - no meat, no dairy, no problem:

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Old 11-13-2017, 01:36 PM   #4355
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Re: Vegetarian-vegan thread

You eat 4700 calories and 200g+ of sugar a day?
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Old 11-13-2017, 03:53 PM   #4356
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Needs more salt.
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Old 11-13-2017, 07:42 PM   #4357
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Re: Vegetarian-vegan thread

Tracking all your micronutrients on a daily basis seems super normal and a really fun way to live your life.
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Old 11-13-2017, 08:42 PM   #4358
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How else are you going to see the vitamin A poisoning coming?
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Old 11-13-2017, 10:18 PM   #4359
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Hemorrhoids, stool quantities, and people reading twoplustwo on the john. This thread is super appetizing today.

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Tracking all your micronutrients on a daily basis seems super normal and a really fun way to live your life.
I do it and I kind of get a kick out of it. But it takes me all of half an hour a week since I'm not eating 35000 calories every seven days.
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Old 11-14-2017, 12:07 AM   #4360
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Re: Vegetarian-vegan thread

Baby Back Ribs with Sriracha Broccoli



http://www.isachandra.com/2016/11/to...-root-veggies/

http://foodandotherthings.com/sriracha-broccoli/
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Old 11-14-2017, 12:31 AM   #4361
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Re: Vegetarian-vegan thread

Pauwl nice ribs but wrong thread. You might need to repost elsewhere.
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Old 11-14-2017, 01:09 AM   #4362
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Pauwl nice ribs but wrong thread. You might need to repost elsewhere.
It's actually Tofu Baby Rack Ribs. I wanted to see if I could fool someone.

I got the recipe from one of Gregorio's links.
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Old 11-14-2017, 01:18 AM   #4363
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Since they're tofu "ribs" I think it's ok here.

Slow pony ribs def not in this thread.
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Old 11-14-2017, 01:34 AM   #4364
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It's actually Tofu Baby Rack Ribs. I wanted to see if I could fool someone.

I got the recipe from one of Gregorio's links.


Well I'm a slow fool. Please post recipe.
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Old 11-14-2017, 02:07 AM   #4365
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Well I'm a slow fool. Please post recipe.
It's was the first link below the picture.

http://www.isachandra.com/2016/11/to...-root-veggies/

I used Rufus Teague bbq sauce and didn't do the root veg side.
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Old 11-14-2017, 02:22 AM   #4366
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I take one **** a day with the exceptional skip/twice a day to average it out to once a day again.
Fair enough, I guess - keep at it, young squire.

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You eat 4700 calories and 200g+ of sugar a day?
Not every day, no. Cals were actually short by 400 and 50g sugars due to the supp I took wasn't listed, and I'm too lazy to configure.

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Needs more salt.
Had about another 1g more than listed.

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Tracking all your micronutrients on a daily basis seems super normal and a really fun way to live your life.
Micros are automatically populated, so it's no more tedious than tracking macros. Both of which, I'm not totally convinced about doing for myself.

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How else are you going to see the vitamin A poisoning coming?
All food, baby (one fortified item, though, but no A in it).

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Hemorrhoids, stool quantities, and people reading twoplustwo on the john. This thread is super appetizing today.
Definitely using your phone on the crapper and then trying to hand it to a buddy later to check out a text or whatever is the worst.

Looks good.
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Old 11-14-2017, 08:56 AM   #4367
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It's actually Tofu Baby Rack Ribs. I wanted to see if I could fool someone.

I got the recipe from one of Gregorio's links.
Short ribs and baby back ribs are different cuts of meat and come from different animals, which is pretty nitty I suppose, but I insist on naming accuracy for fake meat.
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Old 11-14-2017, 09:14 AM   #4368
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Yesterday's nutrition - no meat, no dairy, no problem:

I am somewhat grunching here, and don't know much about vegan diets, but is this what a typical vegan daily diet looks like? Are these many carbs and calories in a given day considered healthy in your circles?
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Old 11-14-2017, 10:12 AM   #4369
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LOL is a serious athlete, I think.

I eat around 1800 calories a day, and I get about 200-250 g of carbs. I recently started to shoot for 90 g of protein but I don't always make it. I don't allow myself to drop below 65. (And I'm also always about to turn orange from vitamin A...)

And vegan nutrition is all over the place, just like omni nutrition.
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Old 11-15-2017, 03:38 AM   #4370
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I am somewhat grunching here, and don't know much about vegan diets, but is this what a typical vegan daily diet looks like?
No, a typical vegan diet (IME) looks like ****... Capín Crunch, potato chips, Daiya cheese, refined grains/sugars, Boca burgers, Red Vines, et al., with little to no mindfulness of where, how, or if they're getting in B12, D, and DHA. Fortunately for them, like most all processed foods, vegan or otherwise, they are fortified, and junk food vegans can squeak by.

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Are these many carbs and calories in a given day considered healthy in your circles?
If scaled down/up to one's caloric needs, yeah, I think it's healthy. As for the carbs, 5% of those carbs were simple carbs, 21% of those carbs were from whole fruits, and the rest were complex carbs.
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Old 11-15-2017, 05:05 AM   #4371
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No, a typical vegan diet (IME) looks like ****... Capín Crunch, potato chips, Daiya cheese, refined grains/sugars, Boca burgers, Red Vines, et al., with little to no mindfulness of where, how, or if they're getting in B12, D, and DHA. Fortunately for them, like most all processed foods, vegan or otherwise, they are fortified, and junk food vegans can squeak by.

I feel like I could eat all these and still be under your sugar intake lol. I really don't get what you're doing that allows for that many calories and that much sugar. Ultra runner?

Would like to know where you're getting that much potassium too, I'm almost always deficient.
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Old 11-15-2017, 08:39 PM   #4372
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I feel like I could eat all these and still be under your sugar intake lol. I really don't get what you're doing that allows for that many calories and that much sugar. Ultra runner?

Would like to know where you're getting that much potassium too, I'm almost always deficient.
Running, yeah. Potassium from beet greens, spinach, squash, broccoli, beans, lentils, nuts, sweet potatoes, bananas, cantaloupe, oranges, and at times a bushel of apples
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Old 11-15-2017, 09:57 PM   #4373
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So whatís the theory behind your particular diet with regards to performance and endurance? That much sugar seems crazy but I am neither a dietician nor an endurance runner. Iím also not ****ting on you, just genuinely curious.
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So whatís the theory behind your particular diet with regards to performance and endurance? That much sugar seems crazy but I am neither a dietician nor an endurance runner. Iím also not ****ting on you, just genuinely curious.
If glycogen reserves are not being adequately replenished with sugars/carbohydrates, then the body will catabolize muscle for energy.
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Old 11-15-2017, 11:34 PM   #4375
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Have you ever considered just calling an Uber and saving yourself all that pointless physical exertion?
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