Which is the better source of carbs? Is it the basedato because it makes you fuller quicker due to the starch?
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Which is the better source of carbs? Is it the basedato because it makes you fuller quicker due to the starch?
Berries, followed by salad
That goes on the side of the plate.
No, your plate should be 1/3 meat, 1/3 berries, 1/3 salad
Is that the caveman diet or whatever it's called? Sustainable is a factor and these FotM diets are usually anything but.
salad is manmade full of pesticides and toxins
like what the fuck dude
all leafy greens are toxic to humans every single one. and your wholefood berries LLMAO don't get me started on those
Post bod with a timestamp.
Meat is manmade and filled with hormones
Engineering a food has nothing to Do with health
>in its wild form
In your wild form you crap on the ground and live in a cave
Go to bed Sv3rige.
have a nice day, Moxyte, nobody likes you.
the 2023 update
Looks like he's just doing some of Rippetoe's programs. He's gonna be huge when he goes on a cut.
at 14 they start to get carbs
They serve keto in prison?
Oh no. I would hate to see him get fat
>They serve keto in prison?
It's America, so I wouldn't be too surprised about something like that.
Humans evolved eating berries, nuts, and meat. Not fucking pants.
>using a grifter’s emotional vomit as a source
Try actually doing that. Try getting your daily 250g carbs or whoever much you eat from only berries and salad and see how that goes for you. You are newgay making hypotheticals that you have not put to the test.
Why, exactly, do I need 250g of carbs per day?
That’s bare minimum. Brain alone slurps like 200g of pure glucose a day.
You and your brain dont need a single carb to function sport
BECAUSE UHHH UMMM UHHH YOU JUST DO OK NOW STOP ASKING STUPID QUESTIONS
>eating carbs and animals
Potatoes if you want to lose weight by a mile, higher satiety and much higher in nutrients too.
Rice if you want to feel less full to make weight gain easier, but you can still obviously lose weight eating it. Significantly less nutritionally dense too so have to keep that in mind.
Cool, thanks. I'm hovering at 15% BF and want to go down to at least 13. I need something that will keep my energy level high enough for maintenance lifting, but won't make me fat and tired so easily.
Surprised to see potatoes higher than lentils, you'd think with all the fiber in lentils, the satiety index would be much higher.
Apparently in the gut some of the substances contained in potatoes ferment into short chain fatty acids that promote uniquely high levels of satiety.
with skin or without?
I'd eat the skin.
I eat them with the skin just because I'm lazy. I know the skins are high in oxalates and should be avoided if kidney stones are a problem or you have a family history of them.
I don't think that's an issue unless you're eating raw potatoes
Also Rice has arsenic in it
Can I eat potatoes somehow without peeling them? That part is a pain in the hole, and I'm not the most dexterous of individuals so my peeled potatoes always end up looking like something out of Minecraft.
yeah just buy organic potatoes and eat the skin. It's even healthier that way
You dont need organic potatoes they are a root vegetable
i use something like this and it goes pretty fast
Peeling & steaming is nice but more often than not I leave the skin on and bake em. Just rinse first and prick a few times so they don't explode.
How retarded do you have to be to not be able to peel a potato? it literally takes 10 seconds
>Can I eat potatoes somehow without peeling them? That part is a pain in the hole, and I'm not the most dexterous of individuals so my peeled potatoes always end up looking like something out of Minecraft.
get a crank apple peeler and just save the center when it tries to core it.
Potatoes with a peel are my favourite, I hate peeling them.
That being said, I eat only home-grown taters, so can't speak for the shop stuff.
did he also use that to clean asshole?
did you think that was a funny thing to say?
It was very funny
I bet this took like 30 minutes of standing there with that drill.
Nope, only takes a minute. Webmrel is real time if you don't believe.
by the time you have gone to the garage to grab your drill and a bucket and rolled out the garden hose i will have hand peeled 3 times as many potatoes
this looks really clever, if you are a fucking retard.
1. the likelihood of that toilet brush being made of food grade plastic is 0%
2. the likelihood of it embedding tiny fragments of plastic into the potato is 100%
3. even if it doesn't- one word: microplastics
>that cut hiding that he's probably stood there spinning his potatoes for 25 minutes only to reveal that there are still spots on the potato that needs cleaning up
there are what 20 potatoes in that bucket? i could peel that in 3 minutes.
it made a cool video though and then he went inside and threw his DIY toilet brush potato scrubber into the trash bin.
What? Of course. I never peel potatoes lol. Why the fuck would you peel them?
Because mashed potatoes are better and go with everything.
Informative chart, thanks.
>cookies more "satiating" than yogurt
why do you midwits keep posting this gnomish nonsense
>potatoes, fish and oranges
the unholy combination
Potatoes are almost a complete food
You can live off them exclusively with just a little milk on the side
humans eating greens for thousands of years until chud from the internet watched a carnivore guru talk about antinutrients
Rice is better, or less bad, depending on how you look at it. Potatoes aren't healthy, in their wild form are extremely toxic and all that has changed is that they have been engineered to be edible. We've only been eating them in the west for about 500 years we are not really adapted to them to any great extent.
Of course some screeching vegan retard will be in here to debooonk this but when it comes to carbs the more natural ones are better. The earlier they were introduced as food groups to your ancestors, the better. So rice, berries, fermented vegetables, stuff like that is better than modern foods like potatoes or grains.
>we are not really adapted to them to any great extent.
Doesn't that just limit how much of it our digestive system can utilize?
I'm not sure what you mean but yes it means a lot of the nutrition is not bioavailable (but this is true across the plant kingdom and isn't unique to potatoes) since we aren't adapted to its extraction, but also it means that in trying to extract those nutrients the body is harmed in various ways by compounds within the food.
In potatoes the most clear case of this is with phytates. Potatoes contain a ton of phytates, in any cooked form. There is quite a lot of activism on the internet to deny facts about phytic acid and phytates but the reality is that they have a drastic effect on nutrient absorption to the extent that eating enough phytate-containing foods can block certain nutrients completely.
Eating only small amounts of potatoes won't have a singificant effect and can be part of a healthy diet, but it's foolish not to understand that potatoes in higher quantities are toxic. I've attached a graph of how phytic-acid containing foods can block zinc absorption entirely from oysters. The next time you think about taking a zinc supplement, consider maybe reducing these sorts of plant foods instead.
>We've only been eating them in the west for about 500 years
You could say the same about rice
>about 500 years
Wow, I didn't know that. Thanks.
>rice, berries, fermented vegetables, stuff like that is better than modern foods like potatoes or grains
Rice is a grain, though. Like wheat, we've only started eating it in the last 10,000 years. Fruit is ideal.
>Potatoes aren't healthy, in their wild form are extremely toxic and all that has changed is that they have been engineered to be edible.
This is true of essentially every fruit, vegetable, and even livestock that we eat today. Modern society is possible because prehistoric humans figured out how to selectively breed plants and animals to produce new generations with desired traits. It's not some Monsanto genetic engineering dystopia (and genetic engineering in and of itself isn't automatically bad, either). It's literally just the basics of agriculture.
>This is true of essentially every fruit, vegetable, and even livestock that we eat today. Modern society is possible because prehistoric humans figured out how to selectively breed plants and animals to produce new generations with desired traits. It's not some Monsanto genetic engineering dystopia (and genetic engineering in and of itself isn't automatically bad, either). It's literally just the basics of agriculture.
next thing you know, anons are going to start not liking dogs because humans raised and breed wolves to stop being assholes
Potato, because I'm Polish and literally eat potatoes with everything in all forms.
>mashed potatoes with butter? BASED
>potato pancakes? BASED
based, love them with sour cream.(it was a polish lad that showed me this btw) i can literally eat them every day, too bad it takes so much time and effort to make them.
he's a big guy too, 6'3 230 lbs. so there must be something about slav cuisine that makes the guys like pudzianowski
“Potato pancakes” are Kartoffelpuffer oder Schweizer Rösti, typical germanic food, probably adopted by Slavs like other elements of higher cultures.
Just make 200 of them and freeze the rest and fuck germans they annoy me almost as much as polish people
based and potatopilled
the possibilities with potatoes are endless
how can r*ce compete
Hasselbacks are great
Rice and eggs for breakfast
potatoes and meat for dinner
I eat all of them in the same day
1/2 cup of oatmeal
2 small boiled whole potatoes (about 300g total)
a navel orange, a banana, about 200g of grapes (all one day)
a couple salmon or tuna onigiri (about a 1/4 cup rice dry volume)
Just eat both and stfu
Fruit >> potatoes >> grains (slave food)
how to get enough calories from fruit?
I'm not sure what you mean. Enough calories just from fruit? I also eat a lot of eggs, dairy, and meat. I usually also put peanut butter on the fruit. Regarding carb sources, specifically, fruit is top-tier. We've been eating it for millions of years.
Fruits have sugar that potatoes don't though
Potatoes are god tier in general.
easily potatoes. rice is mid just easier to make
Sweet potatoes, thank me later
It's the potato for the vitamins, minerals, and complete protein (though you get less of it).
White rice is still deeply based. Just have a can of beans for every (dry measure) cup or two you eat of it.
And never, ever go low carb. That's retarded.
potatochads rise up
rice is literal garbage, only suitable for bugmen
u should do potatos, whole grain pasta or whole grain bread instead
Slicile potatoes into cubes (or fries), rinse off the starch, boil them for 2 minutes (with a generous dash of vinegar), dry them off, toss them in a bit of olive oil afterwards and put them in the oven until they're crispy and golden.
Is there anything bad about this recipe? Because they taste fantastic. Especially with homemade sour cream.