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How do you bulk? I am finding it difficult...

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    Well I sort of started 'bulking'. I am trying to eat about 2300 calories a day but its really difficult. This was what I used to eat usually/the amount. Due to project deadlines for uni in a month I have negleted bulking and gym for now. But I used to have 2 protein shakes, 2 eggs toast in the morning, Chicken for lunch or whatever was around, I would usually have chicken breast and vegetables for dinner and a few bits here and there but that is probably nothing.

    How do you people do it? Especially as Uni students, balancing the cost of buying so much to eat so much. How do you do it? Any tips?

    Liquid calories

    Milk, chocolate milk. Blended bananas, oats etc

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