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12/6/08 2:28 AM
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amorphous
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awesome thread. ttt
12/6/08 2:54 AM
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12/6/08 9:04 AM
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what about beer?

As for beer, if you are that poor stay away from it. it steals your motivation. if you are just a cheapskate then buy the strongest cheapest beer you can find on special. Olympia was the cheapest I found down here. It used to be Carling Black Label or Schlitz Light. At 2 bucks a six pack. The cheapest ever was 4 bucks a case for Falstaff in Galveston when there was a Falstaff brewery was there. Godawful beer, horrible. You immerse it in the bottom of a cooler of ice and get it real cold it is drinkable.
12/6/08 10:02 AM
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 Ramen with Tuna.
12/6/08 3:11 PM
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http://stronglifts.com/build-muscle-on-a-budget-the-10-cheapest-sources-of-protein/

http://stronglifts.com/20-simple-ways-to-eat-healthy-on-a-budget/
12/6/08 3:36 PM
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Good stuff, T-Man.

Very good OG thread we've got going here.
12/6/08 4:45 PM
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Milk > eggs

More calories, more protein, and more minerals for the price.
12/6/08 8:28 PM
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^ I'm not sure about minerals, but you''re completely wrong about the protein and calories.  One carton of eggs has almost as much protein and calories as one gallon of milk and at 1/4 of the price.
12/6/08 8:38 PM
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Grow your own veg.
12/6/08 8:42 PM
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find the best happy hours.
12/6/08 8:42 PM
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find the best happy hours.
12/6/08 8:49 PM
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Grow your own vag.
12/6/08 9:32 PM
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Costco sample trays. Morning, noon and night.
12/6/08 9:47 PM
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 lay your own eggs
12/6/08 9:56 PM
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12/6/08 9:57 PM
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Important thing is to make sure you have over 1200 cals per day or your body will start shutting down. That's the difficult thing about 20 bucks a week.
12/6/08 11:58 PM
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buy in bulk beans, rice and potatoes. occasional hervested meat or fish thrown in. Ive n=been living lke a poor college student for years boys
12/8/08 9:45 AM
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"Tuna is not to be eaten more than once a week, too much mercury."

Eat/cook with cilantro. It pulls heavy metals out of your system. And its fuckin delicious.
12/8/08 10:17 AM
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Cottage Cheese.

High Protein, Low Fat, Cheap
2/4/09 5:55 AM
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Dime & Dash....exit stage right even.
2/4/09 7:15 AM
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'How to eat well but CHEAP'

1) Move out of Ireland

2) Read this thread.
2/4/09 9:19 AM
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go to this site:

http://www.angelfoodministries.com/

for 28 bucks you get this:
Balanced nutrition and variety with enough food to feed a family of four for a week.


1.5 lb. Sirloin Strip Steaks
(4 x 6 oz.)


2 lb. Tray Pack Chicken Breast


1 lb. Boneless Pork Chops


2 lb. Breaded Chicken Nuggets


28 oz. Salisbury Steak Entrée


12 oz. Sliced Bacon


1 lb. All-Meat Hot Dog


1 lb. Stir Fry (Broccoli, Red Peppers & Onions)


1 lb. Carrots


8 oz. Breakfast Cereal


32 oz. 2% Shelf Stable Milk


35 oz. Crinkle-Cut Fries


7.25 oz. Mac ‘n Cheese


1 lb. Rice


1 lb. Bean Soup Mix


Dozen Eggs

Dessert


they also have other packages you can get so long as you order the "regular box"
2/4/09 9:41 AM
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2/4/09 10:47 AM
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" lol? "

LOL. Research it. Start here:

"http://www.google.com/url?sa=U&start=1&q=http://www.heavymetaldetox.net/Natural%2520Heavy%2520Metal%2520Chelator1.ppt&ei=wrGJSa6EJaKBtwfF2LmfBw&usg=AFQjCNGbk2BJMMmN_HnJT1JgZQvDwPJQqw"

Its powerpoint, if you need html, go here:

"http://74.125.47.132/search?q=cache:6_MtPGrZBJUJ:www.heavymetaldetox.net/Natural%2520Heavy%2520Metal%2520Chelator1.ppt+cilantro+heavy+metal+detox+trial&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=1&gl=us"


Its a three year study on heavy metal detox and double blind placebo controlled clinical trials of different detox methods. Cilantro as an oral chelator was one of them. The trial analyzed urine, feces, blood and Tissue Hair Mineral Analysis (THMA) of 375 mine workers exposed to toxic heavy metals including arsenic, cadmium, antimony and lead.

Read it, its pretty good. Or just google "cilantro heavy metal" and see what comes up. It amazing that you would think that only synthetic chemical drugs (which are often designed to mimic natural substances to begin with) can be used to accomplish certain specific goals. Nature has com up with way more compounds than we have... and refined them over millions of years of plant and animal evolution.

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