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AS i go through a lot of Whey drinks i cant really afford to buy MRP'S. so i was thinking of making my own.
would this be any good?
40g oats(uncooked), pint milk, 20g whey protein, 1 banana, scoop of ice-cream.... bung it in a blender, blend it and drink?
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RE: Own MRP'S
I have always wondered how do you end up making whey protein at home...
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RE: Own MRP'S
Make sure you grind the oats up first in the grinder attachment thingy with the blender !!
They will reduce to a powder which are easier to drink.
the blender will not grind op oats properly !!
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