Let's post pictures of BFL meals
It's hard to visualize sometimes, so let's use this thread to post BFL meals that you actually eat.
M1: Oatmeal + Splenda + V8 low sodium + protein powder in water + (sometimes) yogurt
M2: 2 whole eggs + several egg whites + one slice of fat free cheese + 2 pieces of toast + peanut butter (Now that my goal is fat loss, I have reduced the toast and bread from 2 pieces to just one).
M3 or M4 or M5: Chicken breast (this one has shake-n-bake on it) + bag of steamfresh veggies + some nuts (almonds) and sunflower seeds.
M3 or M4 or M5: Salmon fillet with garlic and diced tomatoes (made on weekend) + bag of steamfresh veggies (sometimes I add a carb and sometimes I don't)
M3 or M4 or M5: Fillet of fish (Tilapia) cooked at work in the zip'n Steam bag with Mrs. Dash salt-free seasoning+ 1/2 bag of Uncle Bens 90 second brown N Wild rice + bag of steamfresh veggies
M6: Protein pudding.
M6: Protein ice cream:
Burger King's 2 "grilled chicken pouches" and a side salad.
Stew: stew meat (or even chicken breast) with visible fat cut off prior to cooking, potatoes (whatever variety you like), celery, mushrooms, bag of frozen peppers and onions and packet of Lipton's recipe secrets soup)
I just made some rotisserie chicken yesterday and here is what I did this time:
I took the following ingredients:
Lemon, lime, sweet onion & Lipton onion soup mix
Then I removed the gizzards and washed the chickens in warm water.
Then I injected the Lipton onion soup mix into the muscle (both sides of the breast)
Then I slid the slivers of lime, lemon and onion under the skin. and poured the remainder of the Lipton soup mix under the skin
Tied both prepared chickens and placed them on the rotisserie spit.
placed the spit in the rotisserie and turned the switch on. 90 minutes later the chickens looked like this.
Yes some of the onion, lime, lemon flavoring fell out during the cooking process when the skin cooked and tore, but that did not affect the taste.
Since I do not eat the skin, I did not mind the charring of the skin. I simply cut the skin and the chicken looked like this.
Last Edited On Jan-20-2011
at 2:08 PM.