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02-13-2013, 03:22 PM
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Hmm...
In that case, I would actually go with Vrbata.
Phoenix is just starting to play well, and Vrbata will only get stronger.
He has proven he can get 60 points in Phoenix.
Even now he has 11 points in 13 games, and only a -1.

It really depends on how you feel about Clarkson.
He will slow down, but he seems to fit the New Jersey system well, and he did have 27 goals last year.
How much do you think he will slow down by is the ultimate question.
Do you have confidence in him to be at at least 70% of his current production?
Good points.

70% of Clarkson's current production(1.15ppg) puts him at about 0.81 ppg.
Vrbata is currently scoring at 0.85
Steen at 0.92

Btw, what kind of production do you see kesler capable of this season?

Also, Justin Williams is available.

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02-13-2013, 05:28 PM
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Since you guys are the smartest Internet people I know, help a sista out:

I'm trying to learn to like cottage cheese because it's really high in protein and I need lots of protein. I do like it alright, but it's pretty bland and I'm trying to watch my sugar intake so the defacto fruit additions are kind of unfavoured since I eat fruit for breakfast.

So does anyone have any savoury or lunch-like ideas for cottage cheese? I hate tuna, olives, avocado (I know it's so good for me though) so if you can work around that I'd appreciate it.

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02-13-2013, 05:32 PM
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Good points.

70% of Clarkson's current production(1.15ppg) puts him at about 0.81 ppg.
Vrbata is currently scoring at 0.85
Steen at 0.92

Btw, what kind of production do you see kesler capable of this season?

Also, Justin Williams is available.
Depends on when Kesler comes back.
I have heard his shoulder strength is not quite there yet, and if that is indeed the case, he might only be a third liner.
Good on the forecheck, strong in the faceoff, but not quite an effective scorer.
It is a shortened season, so I don't think you can afford to wait for anybody.
I would certainly keep an eye on him, but I probably won't take him, at least right now.

You also have to consider injury history, especially in this shortened season.
I like Williams and Steen, but they always had the injury prone label.
Williams had been better the last couple of years, but unfortunately, the whole L.A. team is struggling, and Williams' production is just not there.
With 20% of the season gone, I don't know if L.A. can catch up, even if they get better, to be honest with you.
Steen, although his production is good, is still always injured here and there.
Again, St. Louis is struggling, with almost the full cast.

Vrbata had always been relatively healthy, and that was why I went with him.
Plus, with Tippet's system and the recent results, Phoenix is on the rise.
I think Vrbata is just going to get better.

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Since you guys are the smartest Internet people I know, help a sista out:

I'm trying to learn to like cottage cheese because it's really high in protein and I need lots of protein. I do like it alright, but it's pretty bland and I'm trying to watch my sugar intake so the defacto fruit additions are kind of unfavoured since I eat fruit for breakfast.

So does anyone have any savoury or lunch-like ideas for cottage cheese? I hate tuna, olives, avocado (I know it's so good for me though) so if you can work around that I'd appreciate it.
Throw it in a shake with whatever you like and down it. Thats what I do with most foods I like to get into my diet.

Search for cottage cheese recipes in this sub forum (Nutrition) @ bodybuilding.com , using the advanced search feature

bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=117672321 is one example, theres tons

You could just add it in your breakfast with your fruit.

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Since you guys are the smartest Internet people I know, help a sista out:

I'm trying to learn to like cottage cheese because it's really high in protein and I need lots of protein. I do like it alright, but it's pretty bland and I'm trying to watch my sugar intake so the defacto fruit additions are kind of unfavoured since I eat fruit for breakfast.

So does anyone have any savoury or lunch-like ideas for cottage cheese? I hate tuna, olives, avocado (I know it's so good for me though) so if you can work around that I'd appreciate it.
The only time I ever like or eat cottage cheese is when it's in a perogie. Something to consider.

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Apparently the Canucks didn't sell out yesterday?

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Apparently the Canucks didn't sell out yesterday?
Sellout streak ends?

Still...
It's Minny.
Will be at least a couple of years before it is a hot ticket.

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Sellout streak ends?

Still...
It's Minny.
Will be at least a couple of years before it is a hot ticket.
Google search shows no new results about this.

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As bad as The Last Stand or Expendables 2 and 3?

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Since you guys are the smartest Internet people I know, help a sista out:

I'm trying to learn to like cottage cheese because it's really high in protein and I need lots of protein. I do like it alright, but it's pretty bland and I'm trying to watch my sugar intake so the defacto fruit additions are kind of unfavoured since I eat fruit for breakfast.

So does anyone have any savoury or lunch-like ideas for cottage cheese? I hate tuna, olives, avocado (I know it's so good for me though) so if you can work around that I'd appreciate it.
Throw some seasoned salt on it -- gives it a lot more flavor

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Since you guys are the smartest Internet people I know, help a sista out:

I'm trying to learn to like cottage cheese because it's really high in protein and I need lots of protein. I do like it alright, but it's pretty bland and I'm trying to watch my sugar intake so the defacto fruit additions are kind of unfavoured since I eat fruit for breakfast.

So does anyone have any savoury or lunch-like ideas for cottage cheese? I hate tuna, olives, avocado (I know it's so good for me though) so if you can work around that I'd appreciate it.
Not great lunch ideas, but use it where you would use other cheese and melt it. I've done it with scrambled eggs, salmon melts, or even blend it into protein shakes if you ever drink those

A slightly more tolerable high protein option is greek yogurt, just be careful of the flavoured ones... sometimes they have crazy amounts of sugar

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Not great lunch ideas, but use it where you would use other cheese and melt it. I've done it with scrambled eggs, salmon melts, or even blend it into protein shakes if you ever drink those

A slightly more tolerable high protein option is greek yogurt, just be careful of the flavoured ones... sometimes they have crazy amounts of sugar
Yeah I do the greek yogurt thing but the sugar kills me.

I might just go the stevia route and stick with yogurt. Seems easier.

Tracking macros is a ***** and a half.

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Edit 1: NVM I found it right after I posted it.

Edit 2: Damn it puckmonster edit your post with "lols."

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ICBC website?

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Edit 2: Damn it puckmonster edit your post with "lols."
What's the answer?
I am taking laziness to a whole new level.

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Yeah I do the greek yogurt thing but the sugar kills me.

I might just go the stevia route and stick with yogurt. Seems easier.

Tracking macros is a ***** and a half.
Don't see how people have such a big sugar tooth. Absolutely horrible taste if it's food, tolerable when in drink form. I prefer something more hearty. Sodium absolutely will be my downfall though. I guess a quick, clean and dirty heart attack is better than the drawn out ***** that is diabetes.

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I am taking laziness to a whole new level.
The answer is the somewhat obvious ICBC website that I probably wouldn't have guessed either.

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Don't see how people have such a big sugar tooth. Absolutely horrible taste if it's food, tolerable when in drink form. I prefer something more hearty. Sodium absolutely will be my downfall though. I guess a quick, clean and dirty heart attack is better than the drawn out ***** that is diabetes.
Oh I'm the same way. I don't much care for sweets but plain yogurt or cottage cheese is just bland and the easiest route is to just add fruit.

Giving up nachos for this new healthy lifestyle thing was infinitely harder than giving up smoking.

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Oh I'm the same way. I don't much care for sweets but plain yogurt or cottage cheese is just bland and the easiest route is to just add fruit.

Giving up nachos for this new healthy lifestyle thing was infinitely harder than giving up smoking.
Both are too hard for me. I blame this new discovery of salsa I've made. Medium is too mild, but hot is too hot so I dab a fair amount of Louisiana hot sauce in there. It's ridiculously good.

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Both are too hard for me. I blame this new discovery of salsa I've made. Medium is too mild, but hot is too hot so I dab a fair amount of Louisiana hot sauce in there. It's ridiculously good.
I just randomly decided to stop wasting money on cigarettes just before Christmas. So I haven't smoked since... Dec 23. No aids, nothing. I was always under the impression that I would be able to quit when I wanted to, but it had to be my choice and for me only.

And that's after 5 years of moderate level smoking, as well. I dunno. I tried Nicorete and e-cigarettes before but it always led me back to smoking.

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if it fits your macros.

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I just randomly decided to stop wasting money on cigarettes just before Christmas. So I haven't smoked since... Dec 23. No aids, nothing. I was always under the impression that I would be able to quit when I wanted to, but it had to be my choice and for me only.

And that's after 5 years of moderate level smoking, as well. I dunno. I tried Nicorete and e-cigarettes before but it always led me back to smoking.
Oh. I guess we didn't mean the same thing then. Still cigarettes suck. My grandma was a heavy smoker for over 50-60 years and about 8 years ago she had a big health scare and hasn't smoked since. I guess it's funny how when push comes to blow, your body can do it. Nicorete isn't bad except for it still gives you the drug active in cigarettes which I'm not a firm believer in but at the least it gives your lungs a rest.

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Oh. I guess we didn't mean the same thing then. Still cigarettes suck. My grandma was a heavy smoker for over 50-60 years and about 8 years ago she had a big health scare and hasn't smoked since. I guess it's funny how when push comes to blow, your body can do it. Nicorete isn't bad except for it still gives you the drug active in cigarettes which I'm not a firm believer in but at the least it gives your lungs a rest.
Hahah I guess not.

But it was a good ~*INSPIRATIONAL MOTIVATIONAL*~ moment.

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Hahah I guess not.

But it was a good ~*INSPIRATIONAL MOTIVATIONAL*~ moment.
Yeah. At absolute worst eat your blueberries, tomatoes, etc. and start using an inhaler maybe? What do I know, I'm not a doctor though.

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