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User Image petar_pbg Posted: Dec 16, 2017 5:23 AM (UTC)

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The sweetest papaya on a hot summers day 👌
User Image tarmovannas Posted: Dec 14, 2017 4:14 PM (UTC)
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Nutrition has been probably the most important part of my quick recovery always. After surgery I made sure I was getting more than enough of everything my organism needs. Every day I start with a lot of fresh fruit, really a lot -- watermelon, cantaloupe, pineapple, papaya, guava, jackfruit, figs, berries, dates, bananas ... plus various mixed fruit and vegetable juices (greens, roots, aloe...) ... later in the day I might have oatmeal sometimes (made with a bit of nut milk and brown sugar) ... then lots of various fresh greens plus natto for vitamin K2 and kimchi or avocado, copious amounts of mushrooms for essential minerals and all kinds of nutritional goodness ... tempeh and edamame ... rice and noodles ... potatoes and sweet potatoes ... bit of nuts and seeds, specially sesame for bone healing (prefer sesame paste for better bioavailability). Also taken various supplements for healing, recovery and strength (B12 shots, various amino acids and herbal powders). I've made sure I'm getting more than plenty of everything necessary and in terms of strength and tissue/bone recovery it sure looks like everything is golden. I've been eating about 5000+ calories daily even after surgery when I was not training, it helps with bone and tissue recovery to have all the building materials amply available. Fitness sure seems to be coming back quickly and numbers on the bike are getting better day by day, soon should be back to where I was 3 weeks ago before the accident. Finally starting to feel really positive about things again and I can say I've made the best of the situation, as the pain is slowly subsiding and I'm starting to feel more fresh and vigorous day by day like I'm generally used to 😊
User Image theastrobuddhist Posted: Dec 10, 2017 2:40 PM (UTC)

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My prep game too serious😂 Extra ocd im a certified food handler so I cant help it I actually put the container in another bag with baking soda after this so if you ever get anything made by me your in good hands. Il be making nice cream and smoothies with these cant wait🤗Shout out to The Banana King Durian Rider I love you and you inspire me brother. #rawvegan #highcarbrawvegan #30bananasaday #30bad #carbthefuckup #durianrider
In a previous life we used to have all night benders, now we run marathons - how things have changed..
User Image blakechasteen Posted: Dec 7, 2017 10:59 PM (UTC)
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I know I say this abt everything but no oil vegan hashed browns could actually be my favorite! Time to make more #nooilvegan #probiotic #ranch 🥔🥔🍽
User Image blakefoods Posted: Dec 7, 2017 8:32 PM (UTC)
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I came, I saw, It got eaten 🍕🍕🍕🍕🍕🇮🇹 #shotoniphone
User Image blakechasteen Posted: Dec 7, 2017 8:11 PM (UTC)
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I know this is kinda a humble looking burrito but the homemade wrap was simply out of this world.......... #homemadebread
User Image petar_pbg Posted: Dec 7, 2017 9:16 AM (UTC)

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OMG Beast Burger 😮, these are soo hard to find in WA..
User Image tiedyejen_ Posted: Dec 6, 2017 7:57 AM (UTC)
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When they give you twice the amount of gf banana bread you were expecting 😍
User Image blakefoods Posted: Dec 1, 2017 2:08 AM (UTC)
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So if you’re not schmearing leftover no oil vegan lasagna on Amish bread, can you please message me WHAT EXACTLY YOU ARE DOING?????! 🤣🤙🏽🍝🥫🍞
User Image veganfruitdaddy Posted: Nov 30, 2017 12:07 AM (UTC)

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User Image rawseattleite Posted: Nov 29, 2017 2:30 AM (UTC)

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I've dried my own persimmons to throw in the freezer to enjoy all year, as I do every year. It's a great way to preserve them and eat year round, and I really love the texture and increased sweetness from the drying process.
User Image blakefoods Posted: Nov 28, 2017 12:49 AM (UTC)
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Ever heard the saying “more is more?” #lasagna