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Home Made meal replacement shake

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2003/05/05 15:56:34 (permalink)

Home Made meal replacement shake

I often have this for breakfast as it's quick and easy or an hour or so before I go to the gym,
Into a blender add:

Aprox 1 pint of water
1 can of tuna in brine (drained)
And 1 cup of poridge oats (aprox 100g)

This gives you aroung 40g of pro, 60g of carbs, 7g of fat and around 7g of fiber.

Blend untill smothe and get it down yer neck! Could add a tea spoon of flax if required. Might be a bit hardcore for some.

Enjoy!
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    Bengdogg
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    RE: Home Made meal replacement shake 2003/05/05 16:51:14 (permalink)
    I had a tuna and diet coke shake once and once only the taste was ok but the texture and the burps Made me feel rotten
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    ArchAngel
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    RE: Home Made meal replacement shake 2003/05/05 21:21:15 (permalink)
    Just wondering... where is the fat comming from between poridge and tuna? I'd imagine it's int he poridge mix??? but I'm not a big poridge eater so I don't exactly know. Sounds hard core... maybe i'll try it some time... though I think I like poridge too much seperate to put it in a shake and ruin the taste. It's a treat when I do get it!
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    RE: Home Made meal replacement shake 2003/05/06 08:49:15 (permalink)
    I watched a prog - britains stronegest man [or something like that] in the same series as bratains.....angriest etc etc.

    A guy on there had that 3 times a day [nicked the idea of Gary Lister I think]

    Told mmy bro about it who missed the prog and he has a severe lactose intolerance IBS and christ knows what else. He has it every morning too and loves it.

    The second hand burps leave a little to be desired at 7am in the car!

    Quick question - is it better to drink protein/food or eat it? I mean is it better to eat tuna/chicken or blend it?
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    bruceflea
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    RE: Home Made meal replacement shake 2003/05/06 18:57:12 (permalink)
    i luve all the stuff but dude urgh id be reeling for days after with my guts urrgh but im gonna try anyways lol
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    RE: Home Made meal replacement shake 2003/05/08 12:59:42 (permalink)
    that sounds absolutely minging, but whatever rocks your boat. I would prefer a protein shake.
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    RE: Home Made meal replacement shake 2003/07/20 20:30:44 (permalink)
    Once you get used to it it's fine, great to have in the mornings before work because it's so quick. I usualy wake up at around 6.45 neck a whey shake by my bed, have a shower and do all the crap you usually do before going to work, then I have one of those tuna shakes. Fills you up proper!
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    RE: Home Made meal replacement shake 2003/07/22 14:16:38 (permalink)
    If I was going to eat that (I wouldn't), I think I'd prefer tuna packed in water. Brine in a shake doesn't sound too appealing.
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