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200 g. pea pods
50 g. onion, chopped
100 g. shredded red bell pepper
100 g. broccoli florets
100 g. cauliflower
2 cups condensed beef stock or broth
2 tbsp. sunflower oil
2 tbsp. starch
2 tbsp. CapTri®
1/4 cup low sodium soy sauce
700 g lean beef sliced paper‑thin
1/2 cup cold water
1 sm. clove garlic, minced
Heat large skillet to about 400 degrees. Add oil, mix until it crackles, add beef. Cook briskly, turning meat constantly for 1 to 2 minutes or until just browned. Remove beef from skillet. Cook onion and garlic in remaining oil for 1 1/2 minutes. Add cauliflower, broccoli, pea pods, bell pepper and broth and cook for 3 minutes until cauliflower is tender then remove from skillet. Heat broth in skillet. Mix corn starch, soy sauce and water together and slowly stir into broth. Add beef and vegetables back to liquid. Serve on rice. Serves four.
Article Of The Month
The Trainer’s Page
The Parrillo system works when you work it
By Scott Canatsey – Lead Trainer at the Parrillo Performance Training Facility
For many years people have come in the doors of Parrillo Performance looking to improve their physique, strength and general health and vitality. Once in awhile, a person comes through the door that has a little more than that in mind, and they also have superior genetics to make their transformation nothing short of amazing. One of those people I have encountered here at Parrillo is a young man named Adrian Wadley. He has the mental attitude and the physical ability to become a really good bodybuilder if he continues on this path.
Adrian came to us last year around Thanksgiving. He was a whopping 138 lbs and 9% body fat on his first check-in. He was really skinny. Adrian had never done any weight training in his time as an athlete. He had only run and played soccer for a few years. He was in great condition as far as his cardiovascular ability, and he surely had built a ton of mitochondria from running like a maniac for years. That I can only assume is why he is so thin. He also was not eating enough to gain any lean mass at all.