You all should get Bubba Burgers for lunch/dinner. I usally cook 3 at lunch time, I eat one at 12 pm, another a hour later, and one by 3. I then usally eat two for dinner at 7 pm or so, one with a salad once in a while. My mom buys them all the time at costco.
Just high in calories per serving, but it helps me get past that 2,000 calories since I sleep in too late in the summer time.
420 calores, serve size ins 1, total fat, 36 grams, satureated fat, 21 grams, cholesterol 100 mg, sodium, 85 mg, carbs, 0g, PROTEIN 23 grams, great for getting the huge amounts of protein. These compared to chicken taste great.
I love eating chicken, but I get tired of using the same spices every dang day on chiken, composed to this: I cook 2 of them or so, and put some A1 sauce on 'em. Nice n' tastey!
Seems like too much saturated fat to justify only 23 grams of protein. Heck, one scoop of whey has that much. I can of tuna has about 33.
Instead of A-1, try Peter Luger's Steak Sauce. You should find it next to the meat, refrigerated. Very tasty. (And I highly reccommend you go to Peter Luger's for a steak if you are ever in NYC---MMMMMM.)
600 Calories 33 g Fat 85 mg.
Cholesterol 1050 mg.
Sodium 25 g
from Fat 11 g
Saturated Fat 50 g
Carbohydrates 4 g
Dietary Fiber 8 g
thats for a big mac 2 more grams of protien and almost 200 more cals
And the #'s for the Bubba: is that just for the meat? or the whole sandwich? (I'm not really sure what a Bubba Burger is)
www.foodfacts.info then go to search pick mcdonalds for fastfood chain.
Im thinking just the meat for your second question brad only because says no carbs.
Just compared the two...(Maccie D's site and Foodfacts) and they aren't off by as much as I thought. Though, you would think they would be in concert...
Yea a bit weird they'd be different also weird how we have two hamburger convos on dif threads.
hahahahah 4g of carbs in a big mac ahahahh yeah thats a good one, brads got it right, its 47g+.
bubba burgers are just pre formed, frozen beef patties ... and the high fat content is perfect if your running a ckd.
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