Message from The Eternal Anglo in Fitness #nutrition

2017-12-08 20:38:00 UTC  

@Brooke Any Scottish resteraunt or even British ones if they have it! Scottish festivals, too πŸ˜ƒ

2017-12-08 20:38:25 UTC  

Now haggis, that is a sheep's stomach filled with oats or

2017-12-08 20:38:39 UTC  

Am I getting this right

2017-12-08 20:39:54 UTC  

"Haggis is a savoury pudding containing sheep's pluck (heart, liver, and lungs); minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt, mixed with stock"

2017-12-08 20:40:13 UTC  


2017-12-08 20:40:28 UTC  


2017-12-08 20:41:12 UTC  

It sounds intense but really it's like any other meat. It's great but not for everyone, like liver

2017-12-08 20:41:30 UTC  

I would try it once

2017-12-08 20:42:08 UTC  

If I ever had the chance lol

2017-12-08 20:42:46 UTC  

Sounds nasty

2017-12-08 20:42:50 UTC  

But I'd try it

2017-12-08 20:43:38 UTC  

I think it's a traditional food

2017-12-08 20:44:07 UTC  

So maby Scottish people today won't eat it 😁

2017-12-08 20:46:34 UTC  

Tfw don't live in the 9th century Scottish highlands, raising sheep πŸ˜©πŸ˜’πŸ˜•

2017-12-08 20:47:38 UTC  

You have to cook liver right for it to be good. It is easy to do wrong.

2017-12-08 20:48:34 UTC  

First fry bacon and onions. Remove from pan. bread your liver with flour and pepper. Fry in butter for only a few minutes per side. You want rare or medium rare. Salt after cooking. THen enjoy πŸ˜ƒ

2017-12-08 20:48:41 UTC  

Yeah that's prob true I tried making it and it was pretty bitter and dry and gross, the onions were good though lol

2017-12-08 20:48:54 UTC  

You have to just barely cook it

2017-12-08 20:49:37 UTC  

Hmm that makes sense

2017-12-08 20:52:01 UTC  

Also dont salt until done cooking. If you salt before you cook it dries it out even more.

2017-12-08 21:10:41 UTC  

Would it be wise for me to start portioning out meals for the week? I've seen professional body-builders do this, and seems like a good idea.

2017-12-08 21:11:14 UTC  

Yes meal planning and portioning is a very good idea!

2017-12-08 21:11:39 UTC  

it saves money too and helps make sure you’re sticking to macros(if you’re into that)

2017-12-08 21:12:30 UTC  

Wife and I are trying out planning, and has worked well! I'll look into it then, PRobably saves time in the long run as well

2017-12-08 23:26:46 UTC  

Sunday night and wed night cook/prep worked for me in the past

2017-12-09 00:37:25 UTC  

Been trying to get my macros and micros in check but it's not easy

2017-12-09 00:43:13 UTC  

56% carb 20% fat 21% protein

2017-12-09 01:42:51 UTC  

I've been doing some research, and how should I go about portioning my meals?

2017-12-09 01:43:16 UTC  

Broccoli, nuts, berries, etc?

2017-12-09 01:53:48 UTC  

Hmmmm that is tough it depends on your goals right

2017-12-09 01:54:03 UTC  

Like if you want to lose weight

2017-12-09 01:55:04 UTC  

And things like your current weight and activity level should be taken into account too 😊

2017-12-09 15:32:30 UTC  

Bought chicken liver last night. Going to try to make this

2017-12-09 21:39:11 UTC  


2017-12-10 03:13:02 UTC  

What is up with this onion thing lol

2017-12-10 03:37:12 UTC  

@Coghasta - FL see onionposting

2017-12-10 19:23:18 UTC  

@StrawberryArmada Fast food is not a good source for looking for nutritious foods. I think if you eat grass fed beef and free range poultry etc you will gain great nutrients and gains without side effects brought about by fast food and high sugar diets that most americans consume.

2017-12-10 19:25:11 UTC  

Beef. But also eat some vegetables like chicken or pork

2017-12-10 19:25:42 UTC  

All meat diet.

2017-12-10 19:48:57 UTC  

I only eat fast food