Yes you can do it. I'd rather see you go about it differently though. I would say create a list of staples and 2 meals plans (similar to the V-Diet with one for workout days and one for non-workout days).
Good staples: Oatmeal Nuts Protein Powder Surge Vegetables Dried Fruit Flax Meal Cheese I would add meats but I don't know enough about what's good and bad being a veggies.
From that list just create the meal plans and strictly adhere to them.
The V-diet actually incorporates some solid amounts of fat via flax, etc... However, I can't imagine why anyone would ever want to use it to bulk. Who would want to be so unnecessarily limited. Fat gain can be limited by eating normal, healthy, varied foods. I just don't really see what the point of V-diet bulking would be.
I guess I'm just looking for an easier, more efficient way to get in all my nutrients without all the prep time or without thinking too much. Yea, I'm lazy that way.
I guess it shouldn't really be called a "Velocity Diet for Bulking", but I just re-read the V-Diet article and that's where I got the idea.
I'm currently doing okay with the whole foods I'm eating now, I just sometimes lose interest with making the food. One of my favorite carbs is sweet potatoes, but I like them a whole lot better baked compared to microwaved, and the same goes for chicken (I like baked chicken better than pan fried).
I was also thinking about saturated fats and how to get more of them in while bulking, but their usually one of the easiest nutrient to get in. Maybe add whole milk to Classic Grow!.
I just really like the convenience of the V-Diet. I also didn't really think it through a whole lot (as you can probably tell).
(on a side note, that Google spell checker that comes with the Google toolbar is pretty cool, I usually just copy and paste my responses in Microsoft word to check them)