Recipe For More GAINS

Yesterday I mentioned that you should get your hands
bloody by cooking your own food.

I cook my own meals at the start of every day.

When I leave the gym I go straight to the supermarket
and buy chicken, buffalo (bison), veggies and sweet

The reason why I choose bison over beef is because I
seem to digest it easier.

And since I cook with coconut oil, the reduced fat content
in bison balances out my maconutrients.

You can get bison meat at most grocery stores these days.

So if you want to get started using bison meat, grab a pound
if it from the store, along with the other ingredients below…

…and hook yourself up with this Bison Burger recipe from
Dave Ruel’s Anabolic Cookbook.


– 1 Tbsp od olive oil
– 1 chopped onion
– 2 egg whites
– 1/4 cup oat bran
– 1/4 cup cooked, mashed sweet potato
– 1 teaspoon oregano
– 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
– 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
– 1 lb / 455 g ground bison


1. Heat olive oil over medium heat in a skillet.
Cook the onion until soft and golden. Set aside.

2. Meanwhile, in a large bowl, mix together egg
whites, oat bran, sweet potato, oregano, sea salt
and pepper.

3. Stir in onions and bison. Mix the ingredients
together with clean hands until just combined.
Take a handful of the meat and create 4 flat patties.

4. Grill the patties on each side until the burgers
reach desired doneness.

Nutritional Facts

(Per Serving – 1 x 4oz Patty)
Calories: 143
Protein: 22g
Carbohydrates: 6g
Fat: 2g

Grow (and eat) Stronger,
Elliott Hulse

PS – if you like this recipe, Dave’s Anabolic Cookbook
featuring over 200 muscle building recipes is on sale
this week.


Comments 6

  1. hey elliot,

    i have heard often that meat, eggs and other animal products go really heavy on your digestive system. what do you think about that? wouldn’t it be better to use only vegetables fruits and healthy oils?
    And i wanted to tell you that you are really doing a great job and you really should keep up your good work. i appreciate it.

    Regards, Abdul

  2. Yo Elliot! Good read, brother. I have one question, though. Although it isn’t your recipe, why use olive oil for cooking? Olive oil is great because its mono-unsaturated fat content, but butter, coconut oil, ghee, and lard are more suitable for cooking because of their saturated fat content (which doesn’t oxidize as easily compared to unsaturated fats). Any comment on this?

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    I’m with you 100%

    I use coconut oil for everything!

    Thanks, I should have mentioned that in the article.

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    Thanks Abdul…

    I have a few views on the subject, none of which I am 100% attached to.

    Read “Nutrition and Physical Degeneration” by Weston Price…

    THEN read “Healing with Whole Foods” by Paul Pitchford.

    Both opposing, but very good arguments on the subject.

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