Döner Kebab-based diet

Hey IST,

i've been wondering about how effective a Döner-based diet would be in trying to gain muscle/weight.

Döner has lots of protein and comes witha lot of vegetables and greens. Its sauce, bread and meat are probably also a good source of calories.

Furthermore, Döner is not filled with chemicals like in other various Fast-Food chains (McDonalds, PizzaHut etc...), so i suppose it's healthy too.

One Döner at a good restaurant costs around 5€ (5,28$), making it a cheap, rich and simple piece of food.

According to https://www.wikifit.de/kalorientabelle/fast-food/doener-kebab, an average Döner has:

644 Calories / 2695 Kilojoules
42g of Protein
87,5g of Carbohydrates
129,5mg of Cholesterol
and lots of Iron / Magnesium

I'm a student so i seek the cheapest and healthiest method to get in lots of nutrients.

And yes, i'm german.

  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Youre just copying my club sandwich only diet but in a much less based way

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      this is rly funny once u see the other thread i nearly spit out my milk

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >less based
      t. Never had a döner

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >club sandwich
      >döner
      Döner easily wins everytime you moron

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >5€
    Chemical-filled garbage. Aim for minimum 20€ sandwiches.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Which chemicals does it have?

      The meat is just stacked-chicken/cow meat pierced with a kind of spear, and the Kebab itself is ALWAYS fully-visible behind the counter, not hidden behind big machines like in McDon's for example.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        The fieces from the migrants who make them should count as chemicals

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        'cado chemicals

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          breaking news, cow meat is fatty

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >LE FAT IS LE....LE BAD!!!! WHY??? UHHH....IT...ITS JUST IS OK????????
          kys

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >t.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        moron i used to buy provisions for a kebab shop, 80km away sold in huge underground market laying there with ni refriegeration
        Its fucking chem stacked toxic garbage
        Youre such a dumb moron its insane kys

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        It's a bunch of meat bound together with trans fats etc, not an actual section of an animal.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >cheapest and healthiest method to get in lots of nutrients
    >restaurant
    ngmi

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Du solltest kochen lernen.
    >5 Euro, bitte.....

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Ich kann schon die meisten Fleische braten/kochen, und eine diverse Kategorie von Gerichten zubereiten.

      Problem ist, ich bin derzeit zu pleite.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >pleite
        Verständlich, aber selbst kochen ist billiger.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          In welcher Kleinstadt leben Sie, wo Fleisch so günstig zu haben ist 😮 ??

          Bisschen haben Sie aber schon recht...

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Ich wohne in America, aber in Deuschland kann man trotzdem genug protein essen wenn Sie zu Hause kochen. Fleisch ist offensichtlich am besten, aber z.B proteinpulver, linsen, erdnussbutter hatt genug protein.
            Wenn 1 kebab 5Euro kostet, stellen Sie sich vor, wie das geschäft geld verdient. Zu Hause kochen, auch wenn es nicht 100% fleisch ist, ist besser.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              In welcher Kleinstadt leben Sie, wo Fleisch so günstig zu haben ist 😮 ??

              Bisschen haben Sie aber schon recht...

              >Sie
              kringel

              https://i.imgur.com/iWHzUEb.jpg

              Hey IST,

              i've been wondering about how effective a Döner-based diet would be in trying to gain muscle/weight.

              Döner has lots of protein and comes witha lot of vegetables and greens. Its sauce, bread and meat are probably also a good source of calories.

              Furthermore, Döner is not filled with chemicals like in other various Fast-Food chains (McDonalds, PizzaHut etc...), so i suppose it's healthy too.

              One Döner at a good restaurant costs around 5€ (5,28$), making it a cheap, rich and simple piece of food.

              According to https://www.wikifit.de/kalorientabelle/fast-food/doener-kebab, an average Döner has:

              644 Calories / 2695 Kilojoules
              42g of Protein
              87,5g of Carbohydrates
              129,5mg of Cholesterol
              and lots of Iron / Magnesium

              I'm a student so i seek the cheapest and healthiest method to get in lots of nutrients.

              And yes, i'm german.

              I would not eat it exclusively or even every day but one/two a week is fine. You should try gyros places aswell though.
              That being said nothing beats cooking yourself.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >>Sie
                whatever, I don't practice German all that much anymore.
                If a kebab shop charges 5Euro, then they're making money. They're getting cheaper meat somewhere, OP just needs to find a place so he can cut out the middleman kebab shop.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >If a kebab shop charges 5Euro, then they're making money. They're getting cheaper meat somewhere,
                not necessary, many kebab shops are involed in money laundring so they don't really care how many kebabs they sell or how much the ingredients cost

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                why don't the police of Germany's equivalent of the FBI bust them?
                Euros always shit on the US, but after spending a while over there the US looks really nice.
                OP should start calling delicatessen and butcher shops and ask about prices if he's really poor. Forget about eating bio though haha.

                Basierter Höflichkeitsformnutzer.
                But yes, just by quark, eggs, chicken. There is chicken liver 500g for 1,69€ in Edeka, much more nutritious and way less expensive.

                Vielen Dank.
                >500g for 1,69 at Edeka
                There ya go OP. Where I am in the US I can get a whole chicken (defeathered and beheaded of course) for about $2.15/lb, so pretty similar. You just have to be clever about spending money.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >why don't the police of Germany's equivalent of the FBI bust them?
                it's hard, the only way would be to camp a shop and count every customer and what he bought

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Fair enough. I'm thinking more in terms of investigating the owners and their social connections. Eventually this would lead to evidence of illegal activity I'd imagine.
                Also, I haven't been back to Germany in about 5 years. I remember seeing a documentary video on DW about swedish police refusing to police migrant neighborhoods because of """race""" stuff. How is it these days in Germany? Is it similar? Will my family's small town still be a safe place to visit like before?

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Why would they? They launder the money and thus pay taxes why would the government deny free money? Also Germany is largely cash based in the majority of Döner shops you can only pay with cash, many illegal activities revolve around cash here. If you buy an appartment you can pay with cash and only if the notary is absolutely sure the cash comes from illegal sources can he report you but how would he know? Furthermore when you withdraw money from the bank only from 15K € upward you have to identify yourself. There are many more different examples, but in short Germany is a tax haven and it is no wonder that e.g the mafia comes here to spend their money all without repercussion.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Why would they?
                Because it's literally their job to enforce the law? Wouldn't your government accountability office sue your version of the FBI for not doing the job? That's what would happen in the US for the most part.
                >Germany is a tax haven
                Compared to where? France? Yeah maybe, but not compared to most places. I guess I'll take your word on it.

                Also there is Suppenhuhn (soup chicken), the big one (2,5kg) costs 2,69€ for a kilogram and the small one (900g) for 2,28€ for a kilogram. You can make a pot full of soup and it will last you for days. Quick, cheap and easy, also you can put different foodstuffs into the soup for variety.

                mmmm with egg noodles, carrots and potatoes...

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                I always make my chicken soup an Asian variety with rice noodles, lemon juice and rind, coriander and fish sauce. Maybe Hispaniced with some chili.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Again, they can't. Döner shops are 99% cash based they can decide how much or how little cashflow their place provides thus either evading taxes or laundering their blood money, it's common knowledge but not worth the effort to stop it so they just let them do their thing. And these "accountability offices" are crimeridden too the former finance minister, now chancellor Olaf Scholz is accused of playing a part in the tax evasion of millions from a the Warburg bank etc... The politicians in Germany are either corrupt, incompetent or both there is no inbetween, they are too busy lining their own pockets and decreeing populistic band aid solutions instead of removing the problem at the root, because they are a large part of the problem themselves. And Germany may not be so notorious a tax haven like Panama or Virgin Islands but they are certainly one of the biggest in Europe.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Also there is Suppenhuhn (soup chicken), the big one (2,5kg) costs 2,69€ for a kilogram and the small one (900g) for 2,28€ for a kilogram. You can make a pot full of soup and it will last you for days. Quick, cheap and easy, also you can put different foodstuffs into the soup for variety.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                alright sounds good

                is it a whole ass chicken? the form of it in the pic looks like a whole-chicken 😮

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                It's a whole chicken, but the breast muscles are way smaller than the ones from Brathähnchen, also you have to clean it before cooking as there are often a few feathers and maybe bone debris and you have to scratch out the kidneys. I personally also remove the Bürzel (rump)

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Then put it in a pot with water. I put juniper berries, bay leaves and pepper corns into the water for the aromt. After 3 to 4 hours of simmering you'll get a chicken stock and you can now strip of the bones of meat. A put the meat inside some container and the stock jars, if you sterilize the jars the stock will be good for over a year but if you consume it in a few days just put the jars into the fridge without the hassle of sterilizing them.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >many kebab shops are involed in money laundring so they don't really care how many kebabs they sell or how much the ingredients cost
                Based, what are some telltale signs that a restaurant is involved in money laundering? I want in on some literally criminal discounts.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Not being able to pay with debit card is a definite sign

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Basierter Höflichkeitsformnutzer.
                But yes, just by quark, eggs, chicken. There is chicken liver 500g for 1,69€ in Edeka, much more nutritious and way less expensive.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                > If a kebab shop charges 5Euro, then they're making money.

                You know how ridiculous this sounds? The shop needs to also pay the employee, pay the rent for the place, pay the taxes, pay the cost of ingredients and utilities and finally make some profit.

                5€ is dirt cheap

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        selbst kochen ist günstiger als 1 döner jeden tag

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I feel like this wasn't written by German hands, because I haven't spoken/written German in like 8 years and could understand this too easily

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          good for you 😉

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          you're right. either the poster is severely autistic and doesn't get that "eine diverse Kategorie" doesn't make sense in german, or he's not german.

          https://i.imgur.com/iWHzUEb.jpg

          Hey IST,

          i've been wondering about how effective a Döner-based diet would be in trying to gain muscle/weight.

          Döner has lots of protein and comes witha lot of vegetables and greens. Its sauce, bread and meat are probably also a good source of calories.

          Furthermore, Döner is not filled with chemicals like in other various Fast-Food chains (McDonalds, PizzaHut etc...), so i suppose it's healthy too.

          One Döner at a good restaurant costs around 5€ (5,28$), making it a cheap, rich and simple piece of food.

          According to https://www.wikifit.de/kalorientabelle/fast-food/doener-kebab, an average Döner has:

          644 Calories / 2695 Kilojoules
          42g of Protein
          87,5g of Carbohydrates
          129,5mg of Cholesterol
          and lots of Iron / Magnesium

          I'm a student so i seek the cheapest and healthiest method to get in lots of nutrients.

          And yes, i'm german.

          don't eat Döner. Majority of the meat is produced in poland by working class poles. You can guess how they feel about muslims and germans. It's probably less risky to eat gutter oil.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Doner meat, like Gyros is filled with nitrates(Gyros in Germany is shit ), calorie wise you can manage but you will probably be bloated all day, never mind the whole cancer link.
    Try eating chicken stuff instead if Turks offer them.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I don't know what country you live in anon but in the UK doner is made with shit tier meat. you might as well be eating onions burgers with all the crap they put in it.

      try and go for something that gets sold as shwarma or gyros since it's gonna be marketed to less poor/drunk people and probably will be the same thing except made of actual meat.

      souvlaki is best since you just have cubes of real meat rather than suHispanicious shavings of 40% fat, when im cutting I just get the skewers with no pitta and chips inside but its a great combination of carbs fats and protein

      this, just buy decent meat and DIY something kebab-like
      - meat, stir fry
      - some greens or veg (tomatoes, cuke and lettuce gets you there already)
      - extra virgin olive oil, ideally not thermally processed
      - whole wheat bread, or just do rice (prep accordingly if whole-grain from the places with arsenic), and you can swap to easier veg to make the whole thing into stir-fry with 3 days' worth of leftovers
      tldr stir fry good ingredients and you're gucci

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I think it's decent if you avoid the Sneed oil fried fries
    Why not just make them at home though? You can buy better quality meat and bread and veggies for less money

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don't know what country you live in anon but in the UK doner is made with shit tier meat. you might as well be eating onions burgers with all the crap they put in it.

    try and go for something that gets sold as shwarma or gyros since it's gonna be marketed to less poor/drunk people and probably will be the same thing except made of actual meat.

    souvlaki is best since you just have cubes of real meat rather than suHispanicious shavings of 40% fat, when im cutting I just get the skewers with no pitta and chips inside but its a great combination of carbs fats and protein

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Döner outside of big German citie will definitely be dogshit.

      But the other option you described doesn't sound too bad either.

      I am underweight so i wouldn't mind a bit more fat

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >with all the crap they put in it.
      such as?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        turkish germs

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          germs are ok you neet

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >5€
    Do germans really

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      that's a great price, fast food costs like £8 minimum in my country for a real meal.

      do americans really get to buy burgers and shit for a dollar and 99 cents? I though that was 1960's good old days prices

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Alter, in meinem Edeka gibt es Suppenhuhn für je das Kilo 2,69€. Mach einfach Hühnersuppe (obwohl bei mir mal ein Huhn 'ne Zyste gehabt hat)

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    eat eggs, tuna and skyr/magerquark, oats, rice, ... if you're broke

    die preise für döner sind ein absoluter witz mittlerweile, selbst in kreuzberg wo bude an bude steht

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Deshalb isst man den in Wedding du zugezogenes Opfer

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    a lot of gyro "meat" is bulked with onions protein

    its not a high quality food

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    imagine eating roach food lol

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Here I can pretty much get them at a fraction of the price, might unironically try this now.

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    i get a doner or durum from local turk and a pita gyros from my local greek once a week. shits delicious and inexpensive. turks are also giga based

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Are you the fuck running the doner shop outside my window selling 5 euro doners?

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Great diet if you want to die at 30 and be a fat fuck
    There's a reason most people only eat that garbage when extremely drunk

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