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Favorite whey recipe

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Peterccc
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2005/07/24 20:44:25 (permalink)

Favorite whey recipe

So what does everyone like to put in there whey shake. I know a lot of people like oats in theres so what other things do people put in. P.s how do you put the oats in a shake, how do you cook it? p.p.s Can you microwave whey shakes?
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    Archie130979
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    RE: Favorite whey recipe 2005/07/24 20:51:56 (permalink)
    I just put plain old water in mine and throw it done. I will admit it doesn't taste great but I have got used to it.
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    RE: Favorite whey recipe 2005/07/24 20:59:36 (permalink)
    My shakes consist of around 30g oats, half a bananna, half a kiwi, 2 spoons of cottage cheese, 2 spoons of low fat natural yogart, fresh strawberries, 100ml of Cranberry juice, 100ml of skimmed milk, 25g unflavoured whey, ice cubes. Put the lot in a blender and give it a whizz. I love em and have about 3 a day. They provide about 430 cal, 40g protein, 58g cards, 4.5g fat.

    I sometimes omitt some of the fruit to reduce carbs and add a bit of olive oil ( you can't really taste it).

    I use fine oats which I make myself. Buy a big bag of normal porridge oats and put them in a normal food processor. Give them a blast and they come out with a texture similar to wholemeal flour. You can buy fine oats but they're relativley expensive when its cheap and easy to make your own.
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    RE: Favorite whey recipe 2005/08/08 01:55:06 (permalink)
    I always add whey to my oats (unflavoured whey and oats) I just buy the rolled kind, cover them with water and let them sit in the fridge for 20 min. I don't bother to cook them anymore, they get too gummy. Then stir in the whey and add some flax oil, peanut butter or whatever, and some fruit: Apple cinnamon, peach, blueberries or strawberries or banana.

    :)
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