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What's your go to protein?

servilio5servilio5 Posts: 1Member, Premium Member Posts: 1Member, Premium Member
Tuna here
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  • MikePTYMikePTY Posts: 2,630Member, Premium Member Posts: 2,630Member, Premium Member
    Chicken. I like tuna too, but couldn't eat it everyday like I could chicken.
  • katiesmom_99katiesmom_99 Posts: 87Member Member Posts: 87Member Member
    Chicken and Greek yogurt. I have one or the other pretty much every day.
  • sardelsasardelsa Posts: 8,214Member Member Posts: 8,214Member Member
    Chicken mostly. Also protein powder.
  • k8eekinsk8eekins Posts: 1,983Member Member Posts: 1,983Member Member
    Beef, lamb, chicken and eggs.

    ETA and turkey.
    edited July 3
  • LolalikeslolagetsLolalikeslolagets Posts: 114Member Member Posts: 114Member Member
    Chicken, tuna, cottage cheese, egg whites, sirloin, salmon, whey powder, tofu, um... I’m hungry
  • LolalikeslolagetsLolalikeslolagets Posts: 114Member Member Posts: 114Member Member
    Ground turkey, lamb, peameal, pork loin, shrimp, and Greek yogurt. That’s about it I think
  • ChieflrgChieflrg Posts: 7,838Member Member Posts: 7,838Member Member
    I eat chicken and whey on the daily.
  • rheddmobilerheddmobile Posts: 4,313Member Member Posts: 4,313Member Member
    Cottage cheese, Greek yogurt, tuna, eggs, salmon, chicken thighs, pork loin. Pork loin is one that I rarely see fitness buffs mention, but it’s very lean and low calorie and easy to prep a whole one for a week.
  • mcemino2mcemino2 Posts: 208Member, Premium Member Posts: 208Member, Premium Member
    Tuna, chicken and cottage cheese
  • Keto_VampireKeto_Vampire Posts: 1,692Member Member Posts: 1,692Member Member
    chicken, greek yogurt, cottage cheese, & quest bars (sparingly/rarely). Real food first
  • aokoyeaokoye Posts: 2,530Member Member Posts: 2,530Member Member
    Chicken - preferably chicken thigh.
  • lstarr09lstarr09 Posts: 195Member Member Posts: 195Member Member
    Turkey and cottage cheese
  • LyndaBSSLyndaBSS Posts: 3,146Member, Premium Member Posts: 3,146Member, Premium Member
    Eggs, fish, shellfish
  • quiksylver296quiksylver296 Posts: 25,151Member Member Posts: 25,151Member Member
    Chicken, greek yogurt, and protein powder pretty much every day.
  • lilygarcia3lilygarcia3 Posts: 18Member Member Posts: 18Member Member
    Ensure, protein powder or Pb. I suck at having protein in meals.
  • steveko89steveko89 Posts: 1,265Member Member Posts: 1,265Member Member
    - MyProtein Whey Protein powder
    - greek yogurt
    - chicken, pork, beef, sausage
    - eggs
    - Special K Protein is surprisingly good (both taste and protein content) if I'm wanting cereal
  • billkansasbillkansas Posts: 229Member Member Posts: 229Member Member
    Wondering how the daily chicken eaters cook their chicken? I'd like to eat chicken daily but can't imagine cooking it often enough to do that. Maybe you're eating (pre-cooked) chicken lunch meat or something like that?
  • mom23mangosmom23mangos Posts: 2,737Member Member Posts: 2,737Member Member
    Seafood and dairy/eggs
  • slbbwslbbw Posts: 224Member Member Posts: 224Member Member
    seitan, yogurt and egg whites
  • steveko89steveko89 Posts: 1,265Member Member Posts: 1,265Member Member
    billkansas wrote: »
    Wondering how the daily chicken eaters cook their chicken? I'd like to eat chicken daily but can't imagine cooking it often enough to do that. Maybe you're eating (pre-cooked) chicken lunch meat or something like that?

    We get bags of Frozen chicken breasts from Meijer, defrost enough for required portions the night before, and 9/10 will bake it in our toaster oven. 28-30 minutes at 425F works pretty well. We change of the seasoning day-to-day and will do stir fry veggies/rice, just a vegetable as a side, or chop up and put in a salad. I wouldn't necessarily say we're daily chicken people, we'll mix it up with pork, beef tacos, steak, breakfast-for-dinner, or grill-fare this time of year. Were I single, I'd batch cook dinners for the week each weekend; might be something to try?
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