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Quark Help!!!

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Wadey
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2008/05/15 22:45:45 (permalink)

Quark Help!!!

Just tried quark for the first time and it was utterly

I have got a weeks worth in my fridge and need sum ways of making it edible, preferably with the least added cals as possible.

Thanks
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    RedHotF
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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/05/15 22:48:43 (permalink)
    Peanut butter (high cal though).

    Options hot choc powder is very nice, what I go for personally although I must confess I'm not a big fan of Quark myself.
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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/05/15 22:50:51 (permalink)
    vanilla essence and sweetener
    cocoa powder and sweetener
    low sugar jam
    mix it with some flavoured whey
    a little bit of honey
    dried fruit
    maple syrup

    ohhh im cooking with gas tonight
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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/05/15 22:56:51 (permalink)
    Am I the only person who actually quites like Quark on it's own?

    I'm not saying I absolutely love the stuff, but I certainly don't find it unpleasant to eat 'Au Naturalle'. I think it goes very well on Ryvita or cream crackers.
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    theiopener
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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/05/15 22:58:02 (permalink)
    i like it on its own mate

    it also goes well with smoked salmon on an onion bagel
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    Wadey
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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/05/15 23:02:06 (permalink)
    Thanks for the tips, i am going to have to try something cos its so bad. Cottage cheese is so much nicer
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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/05/15 23:02:21 (permalink)
    Yeah, it's great on Bagels.

    In fact I'll be in East London tomorrow, so I'm going to go to the Brick Lane Bagel Bakery and buy some, thanks for the idea.
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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/05/15 23:03:06 (permalink)
    say hi to Sammy for me Jango
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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/05/15 23:09:09 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: theiopener

    say hi to Sammy for me Jango


    I don't know him but I'll say hi anyway.

    (I'll do it as well)
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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/05/16 08:21:33 (permalink)
    Blend it up mate and drink it.

    Buy a hand blender for £5 from Tesco, add some options powder and some milk or water and make a shake out of it. Even it doesn't taste that great, it's down the hatch in 2 mins.

    I've started bringing one of these shakes to work now I've invested in a cool bag. I train at lunch time, so it means I can have my lunch back at my desk in about 2 minutes!
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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/05/16 15:03:20 (permalink)
    even chuck a bit of cordial in a shaker, a tub of quark and really shake it hard

    casein shake i have one every night


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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/05/17 12:22:55 (permalink)
    Blend it with fruit, milk and oats. Heaven.
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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/06/02 21:14:55 (permalink)
    How much quark do ya put in ??

    ORIGINAL: brittas

    Blend it up mate and drink it.

    Buy a hand blender for £5 from Tesco, add some options powder and some milk or water and make a shake out of it. Even it doesn't taste that great, it's down the hatch in 2 mins.

    I've started bringing one of these shakes to work now I've invested in a cool bag. I train at lunch time, so it means I can have my lunch back at my desk in about 2 minutes!
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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/06/03 00:27:06 (permalink)
    make a low fat quiche with it. If you go on the slimmingworld website, you can get the recipes. Tastes fecking lovely mate !

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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/06/03 09:16:31 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: leesurfer

    How much quark do ya put in ??

    ORIGINAL: brittas

    Blend it up mate and drink it.

    Buy a hand blender for £5 from Tesco, add some options powder and some milk or water and make a shake out of it. Even it doesn't taste that great, it's down the hatch in 2 mins.

    I've started bringing one of these shakes to work now I've invested in a cool bag. I train at lunch time, so it means I can have my lunch back at my desk in about 2 minutes!



    I put the full tub in.

    I usually put 2 in actually, and drink half before bed and save the other half for work the next day.
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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/06/09 17:35:39 (permalink)
    Cant stand cottage chesse but quark isnt to bad. To me it tastes like thick natrual yogurt . gets a bit boring somtimes but i just add water and drink the stuff

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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/06/09 20:27:34 (permalink)
    I have been struggling with what to do with Quark too, so did some searching and found this for info purposes for folk.

    http://www.evitamins.com/healthnotes.asp?ContentID=1897008

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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/06/10 22:26:06 (permalink)
    I like quark on its own as well, but I've got some maple syrup in the fridge so I'm mixing it with that tonight. Sounds good!
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    RE: Quark Help!!! 2008/06/10 23:06:36 (permalink)
    Ive now tried it with cocoa powder, whey and water as well as whey, water and an options sachet; both were good, but couldn't eat it every night!

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