19 thoughts on “Skinny Girl Diet – Eyes That Paralyze

  • DenzieM

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    grimes

  • shnazit

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    u steem ur veggies for tooo long!

  • ge0gre

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    You kinda took the “stir” out of stir fry.

  • towhatend81488

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    Who cares if Gordon Ramsay would curse him out. He isn’t trying to open a
    restaurant; he’s trying to get people lean while eating good, clean,
    healthy, natural food – not the butter-loaded, processed crap found in
    mainstream restaurant chains. Love the videos, Mike. Also, to the person
    below, pineapple sounds like a delicious addition to this!

  • DEMIZE3OOWSM

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    More recipes please

  • NoLimitAthlete

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    Wife likes it a little sweet so I threw some pinapple in mine!

  • bobo1234ish

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    what a guy!

  • spugh07

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    Any sauce recommendations for this dish?

  • Daniel

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    that looks anything but good.

  • therealmbassy

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    i like your recipes mike but please stop saying BOOM! lol

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  • calexrose

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    that looks good as hell

  • bob2012isfake

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    whats up who watch happy days there

  • TheQRNews

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    Ok, so that was a nice snack. Now what is for dinner? Sausage and onions? 🙂

  • ACLogikel

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    I use tons of seasonings and extra oils etc.. even add in some vegetable
    and fruit juices to the side of a lot of the stuff and it’s made no
    difference.

  • paul81079

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    onions, garlic, ginger, sesame seeds…and a little bit of seasoning and a
    judicious amount of soy sauce…would make it a little bit more
    flavorful…but if you’re an athlete that’s watching your weight…I can
    understand leaving out the seasoning and soy^^. Nice recipe.

  • paul81079

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    @towhatend81488 I wouldn’t consider any of Ramsay’s restaurants
    “mainstream” or “processed crap”. Butter-loaded…true^^. But it’s hard to
    get around using a liberal amount of seasoning and butter in the
    fine-dining business. It’s all about maximum flavor. People pay 100-300
    dollars for a meal…and expect the food to be exceptionally flavorful. In
    addition, not many customers can dine out at those restaurants
    regularly…so I don’t see the problem…

  • c4sandiego

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    You definitely know your produce, health and nutrition part of the deal. I
    would like to say that with am experienced cook that meal can be lifted to
    another level.

  • Steven Bell

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    yummy

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