Worst tasting healthy meal

  • 2theTEE

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    Apr 19, 2011 12:27 AM GMT
    Just tweaked my diet and this is my first abomination of healthy meal for my new meal plan:

    1% milk (1c) + tuna (6oz) in a blender = Tuna milkshake (tastes exactly like how it sounds--like freshly squeezed chunky milk from fish utters).

    I'm sick of tuna but love its nutrients and I can down this shake within 3 mins (nose plugged) vs in 10 mins when I used to eat it as a tuna salad on ww toast. This meal will be a keeper because of the quick consumption time of a food that I don't really enjoy.

    The rest of my meals are pretty tasty though and cheat days are the best. If you got a gross but healthy meal, post it. C'mon guys, let's get nasty.
  • McLukas

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    Apr 19, 2011 12:32 AM GMT
    It was an accident but tuna tastes great with pineapples imo. I wouldn't try adding it to the shake though.

    More on topic though, PB and tuna is quite possibly the grossest thing I've digested.
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    Apr 19, 2011 1:07 AM GMT
    2theTEE saidJust tweaked my diet and this is my first abomination of healthy meal for my new meal plan:

    1% milk (1c) + tuna (6oz) in a blender = Tuna milkshake (tastes exactly like how it sounds--like freshly squeezed chunky milk from fish utters).

    I'm sick of tuna but love its nutrients and I can down this shake within 3 mins (nose plugged) vs in 10 mins when I used to eat it as a tuna salad on ww toast. This meal will be a keeper because of the quick consumption time of a food that I don't really enjoy.

    The rest of my meals are pretty tasty though and cheat days are the best. If you got a gross but healthy meal, post it. C'mon guys, let's get nasty.


    you and yoda are really cute.
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    Apr 19, 2011 1:08 AM GMT
    I haven't had much problem just popping open a can of tuna and eating it straight out of the can with a fork. 3-4 mins, tops.

    I could never palate a protein shake of whey + water. Gross.
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    Apr 19, 2011 1:10 AM GMT
    I never drink protein but I do have the following every morning


    Blue berries

    straw berries

    1/2 green pepper

    whole leaf green tea

    honey


    I put that in a blender and drink it. Its really good and helps my skin =)
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    Apr 19, 2011 1:41 AM GMT
    I have no idea why you would sacrifice taste when eating healthy food. Here's a link to paleo recipes -- yummy, healthy, and not sacrifice quality of eating well.

    http://everydaypaleo.com/2010/05/10/spice-rub-crock-pot-chicken/

    p/s try the breakfast egg cupcakes recipe... to die for!

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    Apr 19, 2011 1:50 AM GMT
    n2briefs2 saidI have no idea why you would sacrifice taste when eating healthy food. Here's a link to paleo recipes -- yummy, healthy, and not sacrifice quality of eating well.

    http://everydaypaleo.com/2010/05/10/spice-rub-crock-pot-chicken/

    p/s try the breakfast egg cupcakes recipe... to die for!

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    Thanks for sharing the link above.
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    Apr 19, 2011 3:41 AM GMT
    In a blender...
    Soy Milk (unsweetened)
    Protein powder (plain)
    Peanut butter
    Spinach
    Raw old fashioned oatmeal
    Raw egg
    Parmesan Cheese to taste

    Quite savory!
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    Apr 19, 2011 3:48 AM GMT
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  • monet

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    Apr 19, 2011 3:53 AM GMT
    I'd rather be a big fat slob than drink a tuna milkshake.

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    Apr 19, 2011 4:16 AM GMT
    2theTEE said
    1% milk (1c) + tuna (6oz) in a blender = Tuna milkshake (tastes exactly like how it sounds--like freshly squeezed chunky milk from fish utters).
    .


    What? Why on earth would you make this? There has to be a better way...
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    Apr 19, 2011 4:44 AM GMT
    Wheatgrass shots, you know, the ones with the little lemon slice on the side... OMG they are sooo gross, I was on a huge health kick, and my friend and I wanted to try one.. Make a long story short, I pretty much took a gulp of grass.. I wanted to throw up..

    And spirulina... it was a long piece of dried seaweed, a registered dietitian (another good friend) and I were chatting and she told me to try it if I felt like having something really healthy... It was black and when I bit into it I thought I was eating fish food.. UGHHHH!!!

    Those are my two worst encounters. LOL
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    Apr 19, 2011 6:01 AM GMT
    My eyes are barfing. That might be healthy, but I defy anyone to do that for years on in. If it doesn't fit into the rest of your life, it's no good.

    There are plenty of healthy things to eat, but you've got to make time for the preparation and shopping.

    Now, if you are lazy, that's a whole other problem.

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    Apr 19, 2011 6:10 AM GMT
    2theTEE said 1% milk (1c) + tuna (6oz) in a blender = Tuna milkshake (tastes exactly like how it sounds--like freshly squeezed chunky milk from fish utters).

    The rest of my meals are pretty tasty though and cheat days are the best. If you got a gross but healthy meal, post it. C'mon guys, let's get nasty.
    Seriously? Is this worth it? What's your goal? Are you so fixated on looking good that you settle for eating and drinking things that are disgusting? Sorry, I enjoy food and I might not be the most fit guy in the world but at least I enjoy what I buy.
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    Apr 19, 2011 6:18 AM GMT
    Lolwut? Milk and tuna? There's a tuna protein shake recipe that's been floating around the internet for years. I'm surprised you haven't tried that one first. It's supposed to be good not bad.

    But seriously, I gotta ask why? If you can spare the time/effort to make a tuna shake, you can spare the time/effort to make a tuna salad sandwich. Much more tastier.
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    Apr 19, 2011 6:25 AM GMT
    This wasnt my idea, but I did taste it. It was a tossed salad and a plain cooked burger that was put into a blender and pulverized. I don't know how to describe what it looked like without making you sick, but that was nothing compared to the taste.Every slug was a vomit-tempting, disgusting belt of "liquid cow".
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    Apr 19, 2011 7:16 AM GMT
    Ariodante saidI haven't had much problem just popping open a can of tuna and eating it straight out of the can with a fork. 3-4 mins, tops.

    I could never palate a protein shake of whey + water. Gross.


    I agree on that one. Whey protein and water is total shit!!! icon_confused.gif
    I gotta use skim milk at LEAST to make it palatable!
  • tyler_helm

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    Apr 19, 2011 7:23 AM GMT
    reminds me of the Tuna Pizza I had in China. It is as bad as you can imagine
  • 2theTEE

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    Apr 19, 2011 7:46 AM GMT
    McLukas said
    More on topic though, PB and tuna is quite possibly the grossest thing I've digested.


    You've eaten PB and tuna mixed together? Yea, that gooey fishy PB def beats my chunky fishy shake.

    dekiruman said

    you and yoda are really cute.


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    Thanks man but being called cute makes Yoda rage w/fury icon_evil.gif (j/k, he loves it...here, have a nut icon_cool.gif --cam's flash creates cool eye effect).

    And your shakes sounds pretty good...will have to give it a try.

    Ariodante said

    I could never palate a protein shake of whey + water. Gross.


    Which flavor of whey protein do you usually get? Chocolate or cookies 'n' cream tastes pretty good w/just plain h20, which is how I usually drink mine.

    n2briefs2 saidI have no idea why you would sacrifice taste when eating healthy food. Here's a link to paleo recipes -- yummy, healthy, and not sacrifice quality of eating well.

    http://everydaypaleo.com/2010/05/10/spice-rub-crock-pot-chicken/

    p/s try the breakfast egg cupcakes recipe... to die for!

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    That's just the only one meal that I don't eat for the great flavor or taste of it.
    I drink that, along w/eating my snack, after drinking my usual post workout protein shake. And I def will try that breakfast egg cupcake recipe!

    GAMRican said
    Quite savory!


    Niiice...now, any foul tasting healthy meal that you're currently eating? :/

    openvue saidaloe vera juice


    Bitter taste to it?

    monet saidI'd rather be a big fat slob than drink a tuna milkshake.

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    He looks a bit too comfy there...lucky fella.

    SFYogi said

    What? Why on earth would you make this? There has to be a better way...


    shyshortguy saidMy eyes are barfing. That might be healthy, but I defy anyone to do that for years on in. If it doesn't fit into the rest of your life, it's no good.

    There are plenty of healthy things to eat, but you've got to make time for the preparation and shopping.

    Now, if you are lazy, that's a whole other problem.



    eb925guy saidSeriously? Is this worth it? What's your goal? Are you so fixated on looking good that you settle for eating and drinking things that are disgusting? Sorry, I enjoy food and I might not be the most fit guy in the world but at least I enjoy what I buy.


    That's the only one meal of mine that I eat daily (M-F) that I would consider to be pretty gross tasting but overall, not too bad considering I'm not a big fan of fish but will still eat it. And besides, it's really nutritious. What helped me to down it so quickly today was I had drank it after my workout, which is when I'm at my most hungriest. Also, I just started that shake today and am not sure how long I'll keep it as part of my meal plan but like I said, it's a keeper for now. I make my meals for the day in the morning so prep & cooking time is not a prob at all. Here are my daily meals:

    1. Multigrain cherrios, milk, almonds, green tea
    2. Protein shake, oatmeal & peanut butter, the infamous tuna milkshake
    3. Chicken salad w/e-v olive oil & lemon juice dressing
    4. Teriyaki top round steak, egg white omelette, brown rice
    5. Chicken breast, black beans, veggies
    6. Oatmeal, protein shake
    7. Cottage cheese w/orange slices.

    xrichx saidLolwut? Milk and tuna? There's a tuna protein shake recipe that's been floating around the internet for years. I'm surprised you haven't tried that one first. It's supposed to be good not bad.

    But seriously, I gotta ask why? If you can spare the time/effort to make a tuna shake, you can spare the time/effort to make a tuna salad sandwich. Much more tastier.


    Found some: Tuna milkshakes

    Before that awesomely tasty shake, I used to eat it mixed w/mayo, relish, lime juice, black pepper, and garlic powder. Also tried it w/just melted cheese on top or mixed w/salsa. I'm just not a big fan of fish so this is just my only one meal that I'm eating purely for its nutrients.

    jawrhed saidThis wasnt my idea, but I did taste it. It was a tossed salad and a plain cooked burger that was put into a blender and pulverized. I don't know how to describe what it looked like without making you sick, but that was nothing compared to the taste.Every slug was a vomit-tempting, disgusting belt of "liquid cow".


    Got a picture by chance???

    MuchMoreThanMuscle saidEating a can of tuna with a fork takes me about one to two minutes if I am in a hurry.

    I suggest doing that and then having the glass of milk to wash it down.


    This eliminates the need for a blender and having to clean the carafe afterward.



    Will do it that way too if I'm ever in a hurry.


  • texasman123

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    Apr 19, 2011 4:37 PM GMT
    GAMRican saidIn a blender...
    Soy Milk (unsweetened)
    Protein powder (plain)
    Peanut butter
    Spinach
    Raw old fashioned oatmeal
    Raw egg
    Parmesan Cheese to taste

    Quite savory!


    that actually might taste really good.
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    Apr 19, 2011 4:38 PM GMT
    dekiruman saidI never drink protein but I do have the following every morning


    Blue berries

    straw berries

    1/2 green pepper

    whole leaf green tea

    honey


    I put that in a blender and drink it. Its really good and helps my skin =)


    Question..do you mean dried whole leaf green tea LEAVES or already steeped whole leaf tea?
  • WildeBoi81

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    Apr 19, 2011 4:42 PM GMT
    Uhm that sounds truly disgusting. Why wouldn't you just make a really tasty healthy tuna salad like by using non-fat greek yogurt or sour cream instead of mayonnaise? Some lemon juice, seasoning, pickle relish, mustard maybe. Or do you just not cook/prepare food at all ever? I don't get the whole cheat day thing. I'm a total foodie, love going out to eat, cooking, and I work out all the time and it all balances out. I eat really well-balanced low-fat (but generally tasty) meals all the time; most of my carbs are whole grains; I drink extra protein but that's it. When I go to restaurants (a few times a week), I can be confident that even if the meals are higher in fat and less nutritious than the ones I have at home, it's fine b/c they're a rather small part of my diet. I don't get all the people on here with these crazy food issues.
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    Apr 19, 2011 4:51 PM GMT
    Reminds me of the "newt loops" stew we mixed up one time during a boy scouts survival weekend. (There was no actual newt in it - just everything "edible" that we could find in the woods, thrown into one pot. Ew.)

    BTW: Back in the 60's the local pizza joint actually had a tuna&onions pizza on the menu. I think my Mom was the only person who ever ordered it. While it was cooking, everyone in the restaurant would be sniffing and WTFing.
  • texasman123

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    Apr 19, 2011 4:58 PM GMT
    WildeBoi81 saidUhm that sounds truly disgusting. Why wouldn't you just make a really tasty healthy tuna salad like by using non-fat greek yogurt or sour cream instead of mayonnaise? Some lemon juice, seasoning, pickle relish, mustard maybe. Or do you just not cook/prepare food at all ever? I don't get the whole cheat day thing. I'm a total foodie, love going out to eat, cooking, and I work out all the time and it all balances out. I eat really well-balanced low-fat (but generally tasty) meals all the time; most of my carbs are whole grains; I drink extra protein but that's it. When I go to restaurants (a few times a week), I can be confident that even if the meals are higher in fat and less nutritious than the ones I have at home, it's fine b/c they're a rather small part of my diet. I don't get all the people on here with these crazy food issues.


    The same could be said about working out all the time. I don't get all the people on here with these crazy exercise issues. Rest is good for the body, just sayin.
  • SomeSiciliano...

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    Apr 19, 2011 5:00 PM GMT

    Tuna milkshake.....that is just straight up wrong *VOMIT* lol

    Rice cakes are pretty nasty IMHO. Eggs in any shape or form...but Im biased because i just hate them anyway. Incorrectly prepared quinoa can be pretty gross....same with hummus when it is too dry or too oily.