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20090111 Meals

Figured out how to embed a spreadsheet to make this a little more digestable.  Black text means weighed/measured, red means eye-balled:

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January 12, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized

6 Comments »

  1. Trying to figure out how you’re calculating fat blocks from what the charts show as proteins. I understand that bacon has a lot of fat, but when I look at Crossfit journal issue 21 or the food block guide from zonediet.com, it doesn’t indicate that I should count fat blocks from bacon. Also wondering if you’ve found any charts that include things like Papa Johns or Tombstone pizzas.

    Comment by Chad | January 12, 2009

  2. Chad, I’m using http://www.nutritiondata.com and calculating blocks based on the fat/protein/carb content listed on there.

    1 block Protein = 7 g Protein, 1.5 g Fat
    1 block Carbs = 9 g Carbohydrates
    1 block Fat = 1.5 g Fat

    Take a look back at some previos posts and you’ll see the math.

    Comment by Brian PCF | January 12, 2009

  3. brian, whatever you do, don’t support chad’s quest to block out papa john’s. the man is misguided.

    also, i have to give you crap for the “ramano” cheese. apparently the anal-retentiveness doesn’t extend to spelling. (oh, snap.)

    and yes i realize this opens me up to a wealth of sarcasm regarding my future WOD performances.

    Comment by Alison | January 12, 2009

  4. As far as my spelling I was acting under the assumption that Aaron and Ryan were the only people that read this. Now that I see I have a swelling fan base, I will pay more attention to spelling and (per Chad’s email request) put more shirtless pictures of myself on the site as well.

    Comment by Brian PCF | January 12, 2009

  5. It’s a natural progression in fan-base development: Alison graduates from skimming to editing, I go from lurking to stalking. Congrats on your successful blog.

    Comment by Chad | January 12, 2009

  6. So 5,000 bajillion equals 15 blocks? Good to know 🙂

    Comment by Jenn | January 12, 2009


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