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This was my dinner for 20 years or so pretty much every night.



It's still my favorite food. I'll take a steak over any other food.
I don't are for cake and candy as well as most sweets.
Pink blood soaked sour cream potatoes and chives is just the icing ontop. Cheesy

A cow is a holy animal for me but it looks delicious too Cheesy
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March 27, 2019, 01:39:27 AM

GO BADGER GO
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riding the waves.... yihaaaaaaaaa!
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March 27, 2019, 01:42:20 AM

Plants don’t make vitamin B12.  Vegans need supplementation in that respect.
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March 27, 2019, 02:25:37 AM

Animal protein has a different ratio of the four amino acids than plant based protein. If you only consume plant protein you're going to end up with a surplus of some and a shortage of another.

Soy is a good complete protein source, as are rice and beans combined.
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March 27, 2019, 02:27:22 AM

Pimp!
Just noticed price is back up from a week ago.
Where have you been btc $4000!? Grin
The call had been made to commence the bull run.
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March 27, 2019, 02:43:06 AM

Animal protein has a different ratio of the four amino acids than plant based protein. If you only consume plant protein you're going to end up with a surplus of some and a shortage of another.

Soy is a good complete protein source, as are rice and beans combined.

There was a time (in 2008, in the middle of the financial crisis) when one third of my meals were R&B.
Can't say that I enjoyed it too much, but it was quite fulfilling, and, of course, as cheap as they come.
I also remember during college years some of my buddies had a competition: how can one spend the least amount of money while getting a reasonable nutrition?
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March 27, 2019, 02:58:31 AM

How do these vegan live without having a test of meat? I can not remember a week without having meat.

My regular chow my entire life has been the Atkins diet and now the yuppies made it cost 3 times as much. Smiley

Something weird is taking place with food prices.  Of course, if the food is less processed, then there should be fewer middlemen in there taking a cut and also diluting the value of the food by putting in frequently unnecessary fillers.... but, yes, there can be a supply and demand issue too in regards to the demands for certain kinds of cuts, including fatty cuts. 

Just a few years ago, I could not find fatty cuts at regular markets, and now sometimes they are becoming more available, and I recall going to some of the specialty or "low-end" markets to get some of the fattier cuts (as a kind of scraps), but some of those prices of the fattier cuts seem to have gone up to similar prices as the regular cuts.

I had my come to Jesus moment regarding the value of high fat foods a little more than 8 years ago; however, before that time, I would eat almost anything, and conclude that my activity would kind of "burn it off", but I found that as you get older, your body cannot handle as much abuse and recover from that abuse.   

So, I think that there has always been a bit of a premium on buying good quality foods, and I came to a realization that I don't mind paying more for less processed foods, and hopefully coming into bitcoin helps as well - because if we are able to generate decent returns on our bitcoin investment portfolio, then we can feel more comfortable to engage in a decent amount of splurging on good quality foods.  If we live both longer and in a more energized way, with fewer (or perhaps no) medications, then we are going to get some empowering from that, too.
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March 27, 2019, 02:58:42 AM

101 days into the Baby Bull Market and all is well.  Cheesy

Really exciting to think about where we will be in a few years. Hodl is the way.


I feel like a petty piece of vagina for not buying more Bitcoin when I had the chance, but my failure at being highly successful in life makes it hard for me to understand a highly successful asset.

I don't blame you. Are you still dreaming of making your first 1000 bucks investing. Still sweating whether to sell your .04 BTC or not. Focus on delivering my Uber Eats in a timely fashion for a good tip and leave early adopting and hodling to the big boyz Wink
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March 27, 2019, 03:07:27 AM

Animal protein has a different ratio of the four amino acids than plant based protein. If you only consume plant protein you're going to end up with a surplus of some and a shortage of another.

Soy is a good complete protein source, as are rice and beans combined.

I think that you have to eliminate the soy completely, unless it is fermented... limited beans and rice can be o.k.... but not nearly as nutritious as a fatty steak, pork or lamb cut.
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@Vegans are like




But @JJG  Cheesy

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This reminds me of a vegan joke:

How do you know if someone's vegan?

HuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuh??


Don't worry, THEY'LL FUCKING TELL YOU! 

Haha, that's my shitpost for today.


Pump those numbers! 4K inbound again.
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March 27, 2019, 04:31:19 AM

Something weird is taking place with food prices.  Of course, if the food is less processed, then there should be fewer middlemen in there taking a cut and also diluting the value of the food by putting in frequently unnecessary fillers.... but, yes, there can be a supply and demand issue too in regards to the demands for certain kinds of cuts, including fatty cuts. 

Just a few years ago, I could not find fatty cuts at regular markets, and now sometimes they are becoming more available, and I recall going to some of the specialty or "low-end" markets to get some of the fattier cuts (as a kind of scraps), but some of those prices of the fattier cuts seem to have gone up to similar prices as the regular cuts.

I had my come to Jesus moment regarding the value of high fat foods a little more than 8 years ago; however, before that time, I would eat almost anything, and conclude that my activity would kind of "burn it off", but I found that as you get older, your body cannot handle as much abuse and recover from that abuse.   

So, I think that there has always been a bit of a premium on buying good quality foods, and I came to a realization that I don't mind paying more for less processed foods, and hopefully coming into bitcoin helps as well - because if we are able to generate decent returns on our bitcoin investment portfolio, then we can feel more comfortable to engage in a decent amount of splurging on good quality foods.  If we live both longer and in a more energized way, with fewer (or perhaps no) medications, then we are going to get some empowering from that, too.

I try not to eat any processed food, its harder than you would think.

We need some new Yogurt and soy/bean rice patty cake diet to come into fad for the yuppies to get my Porter House/T-bones back into daily chow range. Cheesy
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March 27, 2019, 04:32:01 AM

This was my dinner for 20 years or so pretty much every night.



It's still my favorite food. I'll take a steak over any other food.
I don't are for cake and candy as well as most sweets.
Pink blood soaked sour cream potatoes and chives is just the icing ontop. Cheesy

A cow is a holy animal for me but it looks delicious too Cheesy

If thats you're meal every night for the last 20 years you must be a lard ass.
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This was my dinner for 20 years or so pretty much every night.



It's still my favorite food. I'll take a steak over any other food.
I don't are for cake and candy as well as most sweets.
Pink blood soaked sour cream potatoes and chives is just the icing ontop. Cheesy

A cow is a holy animal for me but it looks delicious too Cheesy

If thats you're meal every night for the last 20 years you must be a lard ass.

Was and I was ripped with a heart rate of 40. Its tough to find a pic with beer steak and potato for some reason.
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March 27, 2019, 04:41:36 AM
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The cryptocurrency market is in the red today suffering losses over the past 24 hours. On Monday we saw Bitcoin drop below $4,000. Stellar suffered losses of more than 5% over the past 24 hours. Basic Attention Token is the only cryptocurrency in the top 30 today that is in the green.

Now let’s take a quick look at a new report looking at “Crypto ATM Market – Forecasts. According to this report by researchandmarkets it expects the global market for cryptocurrency ATMs to surge to over $183 million by 2024, from $18 million in 2018.

Now let’s take a look at Binance coin, like many other cryptocurrencies today, Binance coin is in the red suffering losses of more than 5% today, but at the weekend we saw it surge past $17. The price of BNB was boosted by news that it is changing its binance launchpad token sale format to a lottery format.

 According to the post, the next Binance Launchpad token launch will be conducted as a lottery, instead of a first-come-first-served system.And today, Binance said that it has completed the Theta Network mainnet swap. We saw Binance coin suffer some losses today, dropping under $16 but it is still higher than its price a year ago. This day last year BNB was over $11. Binance coin is in 7th place in terms of marketcap.
researchandmarkets.com


Who the fuck cares about Binance or any other shitcoin?

Do you think if you state the price of BTC it's ok to shill shitcoins here?

We are discussing nutrition, get with the program.
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A more realistic approach, this is what I'm doing to stay positive despite the bear.
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March 27, 2019, 05:10:10 AM

Something weird is taking place with food prices.  Of course, if the food is less processed, then there should be fewer middlemen in there taking a cut and also diluting the value of the food by putting in frequently unnecessary fillers.... but, yes, there can be a supply and demand issue too in regards to the demands for certain kinds of cuts, including fatty cuts. 

Just a few years ago, I could not find fatty cuts at regular markets, and now sometimes they are becoming more available, and I recall going to some of the specialty or "low-end" markets to get some of the fattier cuts (as a kind of scraps), but some of those prices of the fattier cuts seem to have gone up to similar prices as the regular cuts.

I had my come to Jesus moment regarding the value of high fat foods a little more than 8 years ago; however, before that time, I would eat almost anything, and conclude that my activity would kind of "burn it off", but I found that as you get older, your body cannot handle as much abuse and recover from that abuse.   

So, I think that there has always been a bit of a premium on buying good quality foods, and I came to a realization that I don't mind paying more for less processed foods, and hopefully coming into bitcoin helps as well - because if we are able to generate decent returns on our bitcoin investment portfolio, then we can feel more comfortable to engage in a decent amount of splurging on good quality foods.  If we live both longer and in a more energized way, with fewer (or perhaps no) medications, then we are going to get some empowering from that, too.

I try not to eat any processed food, its harder than you would think.

That part is for sure, and if you go to restaurants, you may have to suck it up with some of the oils that they use for cooking, too.... I try NOT to be too picky about things, but asking for real butter, and they bring you margerine can sometimes be frustrating because I wont eat margarine... but if they cook with margarine, I might not even know that or if thy put sugar or some other fillers in my food, I might not realize it... so I tend to concede that once in a while is ok.. with these kinds of inabilities to control ingredients.


We need some new Yogurt and soy/bean rice patty cake diet to come into fad for the yuppies to get my Porter House/T-bones back into daily chow range. Cheesy

I know that sometimes it can be frustrating to go out to eat with friends, and the menu options are just not very good.. and it costs an arm and a leg in order to eat the better food.. such as a steak or something like that... Frequently there can be substitute items that are fine for just a meal or two, but if a "friend" brings you to a vegan restaurant, it can become quite frustrating when they act as if the meat substitutes (usually soy) are somehow nutritionally equal to the real deal.. oh shit!!! 

Again, I hate to be wishing too much, but let's say if BTC prices go up from here,, 3x or 5x or more, then can each one of us who wants to eat quality food at least stock away enough BTC in order that we can use our BTC profits to pay the extra amount, just so that we can be more healthy, live longer and likely with better quality of energy, too?   

Maybe each of us has to put away a few extra BTC, just for the extra costs of improving the foods that we eat (presuming that we are not eating good, now)?  I have already taken this step a bit more than 8 years ago.. I don't go cheap, anymore, when it comes to food... and don't get me wrong, I don't have to buy organic shit.. as long as I am eating regular meat with fat, then I don't give any shits about the other premium labels that are placed on foods... and don't be trimming fats of my food, either. hahaha   Wink Wink 

By the way, a bit over a month ago, I was spending a few days with some family members, and I brought with me a few items, just in case they did not have some of them...  Besides some drinks, I brought butter, heavy whipping cream and bacon.  I usually buy 5 pound of packs of bacon, so there tends to be a bit of randomness regarding how much fat is in the bacon packs. 

I was planning to cook the bacon pack up for breakfast on one of the mornings, for everyone, but one of my aunts beat me to the cooking... Well it was her house, so she kind of wanted to do everything including that she was cooking all of the bacon. 

When she got to the end of the pack, I noticed that she had been trimming some of the excess fat off of some of the bacon pieces, and when she got to the end of cooking the whole pack, she had nearly trimmed a half of a pound of fat that was sitting to the side.  I asked her:  "what you going to do with that fat?"  She said  either throw it away or send it back with me. 

I said that is crazy to do either of those, and why not just cook it up and make it available for people, because the rest of the pack was already cooked.  She said, o.k., and she cooked the rest of it.  Thereafter she mixed the fatty pieces in with the rest of what she had cooked, and after we were done eating, I asked her if she could determine which parts of the bacon people had eaten and which parts they did not eat. 

She said that she could not really see any differences..  and people seemed to have eaten the ones with fat, the ones without as much fat and the nearly pure fat pieces.  hahahahahhahaha  Hopefully, I did not shorten the lives of all of them by clogging up their coronary arteries with all of that extra bacon fat.  Cheesy Cheesy
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