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ajaybali



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PostSubject: carbohydrate variations   carbohydrate variations EmptyThu Apr 29, 2010 10:49 am

I usually make meals to go, since my schedule doesn't allow me to cook a meal and eat in one sitting. I have been getting tired of whole wheat pasta since it doesn't taste that great reheated, in my opinion. I have been thinking of different slow digesting carb sources that I could have with maybe my lunch or dinner. Would boiled pinto beans or new potatoes be good substitutes?


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Axom



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PostSubject: Re: carbohydrate variations   carbohydrate variations EmptySun Feb 27, 2011 10:18 am

What about Sweet Potatoes/Yams?

Grilled/Roasted or Steamed, they are pretty tasty and are a good break from just eating pasta...
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PostSubject: Re: carbohydrate variations   carbohydrate variations EmptySat Apr 16, 2011 3:02 am

Potatoes are best post workout. But it's nothing bad to have them at other times if you combine them with a protein source (I like eating them with cottage cheese mixed with clabber / kefyr)
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