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any way of making Oats drinkable in a shake?

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2006/07/14 15:21:49 (permalink)
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any way of making Oats drinkable in a shake?

i put a handfull of oats (powerdered type from Asda) in one of my protein shakes yesterday - almost gagged at the tast/consistency of it all. in the shake i just had the oats in addition to what i normally have (water + unflavoured whey).

the oats ended up going to the bottom of the bottle and it just made the shake taste nasty.

any way of making it drinkable?
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    daveo
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    RE: any way of making Oats drinkable in a shake? 2006/07/14 15:52:12 (permalink)
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    As above, use a hand blender. Makes a lovely, thick shake, which is easier to stomach than the same amount of oats in porridge.
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    RE: any way of making Oats drinkable in a shake? 2006/07/14 16:35:12 (permalink)
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    Or you can get powdered oats from myprotein that are very cheap. Definitely recommended for ease of blending.
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    RE: any way of making Oats drinkable in a shake? 2006/07/14 16:51:57 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: tashmed

    Or you can get powdered oats from myprotein that are very cheap. Definitely recommended for ease of blending.


    MyProtein: 1kg of powdered oats - £2.75
    Morrisons: 2kg of porridge oats - 65p

    Hm. Good if you haven't got a hand blender though i suppose.
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    RE: any way of making Oats drinkable in a shake? 2006/07/14 17:01:36 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: daveo


    ORIGINAL: tashmed

    Or you can get powdered oats from myprotein that are very cheap. Definitely recommended for ease of blending.


    MyProtein: 1kg of powdered oats - £2.75
    Morrisons: 2kg of porridge oats - 65p

    Hm. Good if you haven't got a hand blender though i suppose.



    Fair enough maybe I shouldn't have put 'very' in but for ease they're great. Got a 5kg tub and it's lasting me ages (am on a cut though!).
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    RE: any way of making Oats drinkable in a shake? 2006/07/14 17:11:39 (permalink)
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    Use the mill attachment on a blender to grind them to powder, been doing it years.
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    RE: any way of making Oats drinkable in a shake? 2006/07/14 18:14:45 (permalink)
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    did you cook them first?

    Hazard a touch of narcissism without shame.
    There is no room for junk food in any diet whatsoever, leave the junk in the bin.
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    RE: any way of making Oats drinkable in a shake? 2006/07/14 19:25:43 (permalink)
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    no you can eat oats raw


    go to agros there selling a cookwares Jug blender/liquidiser for 9.99, brought one yesterday much better than my hand blender.

    necked an oats, tuna, OJ and broccoli shake with ease today
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