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2006/07/08 15:05:56 (permalink)
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Cottage Cheese and Tuna

Blended 100g unflavoured cottafe cheese with 20g tuna and a scoop of whey before bed lastnight.

Wasnt the best taste ever!

Is there anything i could mask the taste with?
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    Malika
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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 15:10:17 (permalink)
    Just have the cottage cheese with whey...

    Not having the 20gm of tuna won't make much difference...
    post edited by MalikaZ - 2006/07/08 15:11:17
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    pauld
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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 15:12:08 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: MalikaZ

    Just have the cottage cheese with whey...

    Not having the 20gm of tuna won't make much difference...


    Tunas real food though
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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 15:17:05 (permalink)
    Lose the whey then.
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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 16:30:31 (permalink)
    Cottage cheese, tuna and then add some balsamic vinegar and really light mayo and season. Should hide the taste of the tuna. But dont OD on the balsamic.
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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 16:35:01 (permalink)
    i've been experimenting with all these foods we need to eat. Why cant you just eat the cottage cheese, the tuna, or the whey seperately?.. these things get mixed in your stomach anyway?

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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 16:38:56 (permalink)
    You can if you want to but i generally just put everything in abowl, m,ix and eat... cant be bothered to eat everything separately. Its up to u. For breakfast i mix my oats and eggs and munch. Dont look that nice but its convenient!
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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 16:39:29 (permalink)
    Because you dont want to be ingesting protein on their own.
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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 16:49:41 (permalink)
    is it the tuna or cottage cheese you don't like the taste of? when i tried to eat fish for a while I loved eating a tin of tuna with a few big dollops of cottage cheese mixed through it and some onion. the cottage cheese helps it all stick together but you could add a wee bit of mayonnaise if you wanted.

    i really wish i could go back to eating tuna. i'm vegetarian and i just can't get my head past the fast that it's the flesh of something that used to be alive and swimming round in the ocean. i loved the taste of it (when i tried to ignore the fleshy texture of it) and it was a great source of protein. and there really isn't anything in the veggie world that's a good subsititute for tuna
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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 16:51:08 (permalink)
    Why's that? I did atkins diet a few years back and found it fine just eating protein. Liked it actually. But growing is hard on low carb.
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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 17:01:28 (permalink)
    Because if you ingest protein on it's own, what do you expect your body to use as energy? ? ?

    If you start doing that it's a way that you can loose muscle mass.
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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 17:06:11 (permalink)
    oh ok... i thought u were saying its not good for you! But cottage cheese mixed with tuna for bed is fine. Would you add a fat source right before bed?
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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 17:11:45 (permalink)
    I personally would yes.
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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 17:49:29 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: OoOGazOoO

    Because if you ingest protein on it's own, what do you expect your body to use as energy? ? ?


    protien and fats? (you'll feel like sh1t though and have minimal energy)



    hen why not just have one or the other? more cottage chesse or more tuna?
    post edited by CK - 2006/07/08 17:50:50
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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 17:58:39 (permalink)
    sorry might look like im attacking you mate (im not )

    ORIGINAL: OoOGazOoO

    Because you dont want to be ingesting protein on their own.


    was that in reply to :

    i've been experimenting with all these foods we need to eat. Why cant you just eat the cottage cheese, the tuna, or the whey seperately?.. these things get mixed in your stomach anyway?


    if so i dont get what your saying, if you eat CC then the Tuna then drink the whey

    its not going to make that much difference to mixing it all and eating all 3 at the same time is it?
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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 17:58:55 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: OoOGazOoO

    Because if you ingest protein on it's own, what do you expect your body to use as energy? ? ?

    If you start doing that it's a way that you can loose muscle mass.


    Surely seperately is not 'seperately' though Gaz? if you eat a tin of tuna, then some cottage cheese, then oats, they are only seperated by minutes... are you still classing this as 'seperately' in teh stomach?

    ORIGINAL: jill_half_jack
    i'm vegetarian and i just can't get my head past the fast that it's the flesh of something that used to be alive and swimming round in the ocean

    Every vegetarian i know eats fish. Silly, but they class seafood as 'something other than meat'

    I always found this a little odd.

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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 18:00:23 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: CK

    ORIGINAL: OoOGazOoO

    Because if you ingest protein on it's own, what do you expect your body to use as energy? ? ?


    protien and fats? (you'll feel like sh1t though and have minimal energy)



    And when you just eat protein on it's own where do the fats come from? ? ?

    Protein will be converted to glucose via glucogenosis.
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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 18:00:58 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: Magnitude


    ORIGINAL: OoOGazOoO

    Because if you ingest protein on it's own, what do you expect your body to use as energy? ? ?

    If you start doing that it's a way that you can loose muscle mass.


    Surely seperately is not 'seperately' though Gaz? if you eat a tin of tuna, then some cottage cheese, then oats, they are only seperated by minutes... are you still classing this as 'seperately' in teh stomach?



    If they are seperated by a minute, or two then it's fine yes.

    But you dont want to be eating protein on its own, thats all im saying.
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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 18:05:33 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: OoOGazOoO

    ORIGINAL: CK

    ORIGINAL: OoOGazOoO

    Because if you ingest protein on it's own, what do you expect your body to use as energy? ? ?


    protien and fats? (you'll feel like sh1t though and have minimal energy)



    And when you just eat protein on it's own where do the fats come from? ? ?

    Protein will be converted to glucose via glucogenosis.


    most protien source contain some fats (granted very small ammount in the lf types)


    but i've just realised what your saying

    "add some fats to that meal" ?
    post edited by CK - 2006/07/08 18:06:30
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    RE: Cottage Cheese and Tuna 2006/07/08 18:06:43 (permalink)
    Yes, true, but protein like tuna in brine, chicken, turkey, etc... do not contain a lot of fat or any other nutrient really.
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