Free Green & Lean: 20 Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes for Building Muscle, Getting Lean, and Staying Healthy [Kindle Edition] - HotUKDeals
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Michael Matthews the author of the best selling "Bigger, Leaner, Stronger" brings this short (and free) kindle book to help vegetarians to pack in the protein!

Not bad for nothing!

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7 Likes #1
This is ridiculous. I gave no permission for my 6 pack to be used.
#2
Bigbadbraz
This is ridiculous. I gave no permission for my 6 pack to be used.



haha lmao!!
#3
Or go to BBC good food and get (literally) thousands of recipes, all of which are reviewed.

There's a reason why the free Kindle books rarely get hot...
2 Likes #4
Holdsworth
Or go to BBC good food and get (literally) thousands of recipes, all of which are reviewed.

There's a reason why the free Kindle books rarely get hot...


I do like good food but if your looking for high protein low fat ideas (especially of the vegetarian persuasion) you'll be searching a very long time to find any
#5
build muscle, vegan, lol
#6
Bigbadbraz
This is ridiculous. I gave no permission for my 6 pack to be used.


Lol
#7
Hot for pic haha
5 Likes #8
Russonf
build muscle, vegan, lol

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Cheeke
#9
I've never seen a veggie look like that, they are normally milky white and skinny ;0)
5 Likes #10
It's always weird just how many vegetarians/vegans meat eaters have apparently met. 5 years in the vegetarian society and I've met 4 vegans in that time, but apparently meat eaters have managed to meet loads, and they were all fascistic and skinny like in the sitcoms.


Edited By: kchild90 on Jul 25, 2014 12:05: .
5 Likes #11
Its strange the hate veggies get for doing something that doesn't harm anyone and infact benefits the planet (not the mention the animals not being killed)

It's also extremely rare to find a preachy veggie.

Q: How do you know someone is a veggie
A: They will tell you when you offer them something they cannot eat

Edited By: badasschris on Jul 25, 2014 13:28
5 Likes #12
Russonf
build muscle, vegan, lol
Gladiators were vegan.
#13
SIMSIM16
Russonf
build muscle, vegan, lol
Gladiators were vegan.
lolol
1 Like #14
I'm a 6ft 4 19 stone guy and I've been vegan for 10 years. being vegan doesn't make you a weedy man who can barely lift a carrot
#15
skankingpigeons
I'm a 6ft 4 19 stone guy and I've been vegan for 10 years. being vegan doesn't make you a weedy man who can barely lift a carrot
You are a bit overweight, doubt you can store fat by eating vegan.
Not calling you a liar, but just find it hard to believe.
Would be curios to find out how many meals a day you take and what they consist of.
#16
Is there a way to print pages from a kindle book? Or to get them to PDF ?
#17
The title is almost an oxymoron.
#18
I'd like to see how you get 100g+ protein a day as a vegan. That's a lot of beans.
#19
hmmm not impressed. A lot of the recipes called for protein powder (which if you were body building, you'd probably have for convenience anyway but I don't personally think it should be the basis of every meal...). One recipe required you to eat two tins of beans in one sitting. Another recipe had over 15 ingredients and yet only 2g of protein!! A freebie so cant complain but better recipes out there on pinterest!
banned#20
SimonThePieman2k7
I've never seen a veggie look like that, they are normally milky white and skinny ;0)
do you like white and skinny guys?
#22
MaximusRo
skankingpigeons
I'm a 6ft 4 19 stone guy and I've been vegan for 10 years. being vegan doesn't make you a weedy man who can barely lift a carrot
You are a bit overweight, doubt you can store fat by eating vegan.
Not calling you a liar, but just find it hard to believe.
Would be curios to find out how many meals a day you take and what they consist of.

i am overweight. not proud of it, and do want to lose a lot of weight, but just saying, being vegan doesnt make you automatically thin. i eat lots of carbs and protein, along with all the veg so thats no doubt the reason why
#23
skankingpigeons
MaximusRo
skankingpigeons
I'm a 6ft 4 19 stone guy and I've been vegan for 10 years. being vegan doesn't make you a weedy man who can barely lift a carrot
You are a bit overweight, doubt you can store fat by eating vegan.
Not calling you a liar, but just find it hard to believe.
Would be curios to find out how many meals a day you take and what they consist of.

i am overweight. not proud of it, and do want to lose a lot of weight, but just saying, being vegan doesnt make you automatically thin. i eat lots of carbs and protein, along with all the veg so thats no doubt the reason why
Genuine surprise, I tried gaining some weight on a vegetarian diet and found it almost impossible. And I did eat egss, dairy and fish.
Vegan should really make it even harder to store fat and easy to lose it.
Maybe you eat lots of sugars or fried chips, but still, I found I had to eat almost constantly.
Interesting case. What was your progress in the 10 years, lost weight or gained?
#24
MaximusRo
skankingpigeons
MaximusRo
skankingpigeons
I'm a 6ft 4 19 stone guy and I've been vegan for 10 years. being vegan doesn't make you a weedy man who can barely lift a carrot
You are a bit overweight, doubt you can store fat by eating vegan.
Not calling you a liar, but just find it hard to believe.
Would be curios to find out how many meals a day you take and what they consist of.

i am overweight. not proud of it, and do want to lose a lot of weight, but just saying, being vegan doesnt make you automatically thin. i eat lots of carbs and protein, along with all the veg so thats no doubt the reason why
Genuine surprise, I tried gaining some weight on a vegetarian diet and found it almost impossible. And I did eat egss, dairy and fish.
Vegan should really make it even harder to store fat and easy to lose it.
Maybe you eat lots of sugars or fried chips, but still, I found I had to eat almost constantly.
Interesting case. What was your progress in the 10 years, lost weight or gained?

What has eating meat got to do with gaining weight? Unless your frying all your meat or eating meat with fat attached to it.. Maybe he has fried eggs, full fat milk, cheese, cream & doughnuts every day
#25
jumpinoffthbed
MaximusRo
skankingpigeons
MaximusRo
skankingpigeons
I'm a 6ft 4 19 stone guy and I've been vegan for 10 years. being vegan doesn't make you a weedy man who can barely lift a carrot
You are a bit overweight, doubt you can store fat by eating vegan.
Not calling you a liar, but just find it hard to believe.
Would be curios to find out how many meals a day you take and what they consist of.

i am overweight. not proud of it, and do want to lose a lot of weight, but just saying, being vegan doesnt make you automatically thin. i eat lots of carbs and protein, along with all the veg so thats no doubt the reason why
Genuine surprise, I tried gaining some weight on a vegetarian diet and found it almost impossible. And I did eat egss, dairy and fish.
Vegan should really make it even harder to store fat and easy to lose it.
Maybe you eat lots of sugars or fried chips, but still, I found I had to eat almost constantly.
Interesting case. What was your progress in the 10 years, lost weight or gained?

What has eating meat got to do with gaining weight? Unless your frying all your meat or eating meat with fat attached to it.. Maybe he has fried eggs, full fat milk, cheese, cream & doughnuts every day
A vegan, eating fried eggs ?

"Vegans, in addition to being vegetarian, do not use other animal products and by-products such as eggs, dairy products, honey, leather, fur, silk, wool, cosmetics, and soaps derived from animal products."

I am sure you tried to add something useful to the conversation, but in this case, you failed.

It is very very hard to gain or even maintain weight on a vegan diet.

Edited By: MaximusRo on Jul 28, 2014 22:39
#26
MaximusRo
jumpinoffthbed
MaximusRo
skankingpigeons
MaximusRo
skankingpigeons
I'm a 6ft 4 19 stone guy and I've been vegan for 10 years. being vegan doesn't make you a weedy man who can barely lift a carrot
You are a bit overweight, doubt you can store fat by eating vegan.
Not calling you a liar, but just find it hard to believe.
Would be curios to find out how many meals a day you take and what they consist of.

i am overweight. not proud of it, and do want to lose a lot of weight, but just saying, being vegan doesnt make you automatically thin. i eat lots of carbs and protein, along with all the veg so thats no doubt the reason why
Genuine surprise, I tried gaining some weight on a vegetarian diet and found it almost impossible. And I did eat egss, dairy and fish.
Vegan should really make it even harder to store fat and easy to lose it.
Maybe you eat lots of sugars or fried chips, but still, I found I had to eat almost constantly.
Interesting case. What was your progress in the 10 years, lost weight or gained?

What has eating meat got to do with gaining weight? Unless your frying all your meat or eating meat with fat attached to it.. Maybe he has fried eggs, full fat milk, cheese, cream & doughnuts every day
A vegan, eating fried eggs ?

"Vegans, in addition to being vegetarian, do not use other animal products and by-products such as eggs, dairy products, honey, leather, fur, silk, wool, cosmetics, and soaps derived from animal products."

I am sure you tried to add something useful to the conversation, but in this case, you failed.

It is very very hard to gain or even maintain weight on a vegan diet.

I didn't properly read the bit about him being a vegan I was more talking about you saying you couldn't gain weight as a vegetarian,
#27
MaximusRo
skankingpigeons
MaximusRo
skankingpigeons
I'm a 6ft 4 19 stone guy and I've been vegan for 10 years. being vegan doesn't make you a weedy man who can barely lift a carrot
You are a bit overweight, doubt you can store fat by eating vegan.
Not calling you a liar, but just find it hard to believe.
Would be curios to find out how many meals a day you take and what they consist of.

i am overweight. not proud of it, and do want to lose a lot of weight, but just saying, being vegan doesnt make you automatically thin. i eat lots of carbs and protein, along with all the veg so thats no doubt the reason why
Genuine surprise, I tried gaining some weight on a vegetarian diet and found it almost impossible. And I did eat egss, dairy and fish.
Vegan should really make it even harder to store fat and easy to lose it.
Maybe you eat lots of sugars or fried chips, but still, I found I had to eat almost constantly.
Interesting case. What was your progress in the 10 years, lost weight or gained?

When I went vegetarian, i gained weight, as I took it as an excuse to eat whatever I fancied. This was mostly down to eating tons of cheese and unhealthy fried food.

When I turned vegan, i lost a ton of weight, but it went up in the last couple of years. I don't eat huge amounts of sugary or fried foods. I just eat lots of bread, pasta, rice, and my portions are pretty big. Also, ive not exercised so much in the last few years. My weight isn't healthy, but the food i eat is, and my cholesterol is really low, iron levels high. i feel pretty good considering.
#28
No more carrots, I don't want to look like that
#29
MaximusRo
skankingpigeons
I'm a 6ft 4 19 stone guy and I've been vegan for 10 years. being vegan doesn't make you a weedy man who can barely lift a carrot
You are a bit overweight, doubt you can store fat by eating vegan.
Not calling you a liar, but just find it hard to believe.
Would be curios to find out how many meals a day you take and what they consist of.
Too many calories makes you fat, simples!
#30
For anyone struggling to get enough protein on a vegan diet almond protein is splendid. I've been getting it by the kilo via fleabay delivered to my door for about £15 ;)
#31
Tobey Maguire is a vegan and bulked up for the first Spiderman movie. It can be done.
#32
So the book is from a guy that spends most of his time in the gym... Interesting
#33
thanks for book

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