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2004/03/22 17:05:54 (permalink)
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my blender adventures

Stupid question, but ive just bought myself a blender and im new to this game.
When you people talk about oats in shakes, and blending them up, is that oats as in porridge oats? I have a box of scots porridge oats ive been having for breakfast recently, is that stuff ok to use in shakes/MRPs?
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    pete66
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    RE: my blender adventures 2004/03/22 17:23:32 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by Mintaka

    Stupid question, but ive just bought myself a blender and im new to this game.
    When you people talk about oats in shakes, and blending them up, is that oats as in porridge oats? I have a box of scots porridge oats ive been having for breakfast recently, is that stuff ok to use in shakes/MRPs?
    thanks

    well i do[:p]
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    smiddy
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    RE: my blender adventures 2004/03/22 19:57:10 (permalink)
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    best stuff, Scott's porride oats are my fav! stay clear from these flavoured oats, full of crap!
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    RE: my blender adventures 2004/03/23 15:39:46 (permalink)
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    yeah, scotts are the best, theyre coarser and have more texture than the quaker oats
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    RE: my blender adventures 2004/03/23 16:16:13 (permalink)
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    Ive changed the topic title so i can continue the thread by discussing the things i made in my blender yesterday and this morning.
    I may be 20, but when i get something new im like a little kid and cant stop playing with it. Naturally then, everything i ate yesterday afternoon/evening was a shake of some sort.

    1. Dinner
    My dinner shake consisted of
    1 pint milk (semi)
    handful of scots porridge oats
    2 tablespoons of peanut butter
    3 raw eggs (i still have them some times, despite the warnings)

    Dessert:
    orange juice
    400g strawberrys
    200g blackberries

    made too much of this, in 2 batches, had 2 pints myself, gave some to girlfriend, she shunned it. FOOL!

    Snack:
    1 tin tuna
    2 teaspoons bovril
    warm water
    handful of oats

    this was HORRID. I got too confident, I thought i could blend anything and make it taste nice. I was wrong, very nearly puked. drank most of it though.

    This mornings breakfast was:

    1pint milk
    handful of oats
    3 raw eggs
    single scoop of N-Large2

    this was really nice, and im still so amazed at how well these things mix together. For someone who hates eating in the morning, i really think this is going to have a positive impact on what i can take in in the morning.
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    RE: my blender adventures 2004/03/24 21:31:44 (permalink)
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    Blenders are the coolest.

    I keep a text file detailing my adventures, and refine my recipes as I go.

    So far the ultimate shake, which I start my day with is:

    1 MetRX Extreme Chocolate, 10fl.oz water, 100g frozen strawberries, 2 ice cubes. Blend that right up. Add 10g whole earth natural chunky peanut butter, and 3-6 more ice cubes. Blend that super fast. Finally, chuck in 100g more strawberries and around 10-20g of grape nuts... just pulse these so they don't liquify totally.

    That is GOOD eating, bits of strawberry and some crunch too. Sometimes, I syphon a little off into a bowl, add a couple of drops of peppermint extract and freeze it. Nothing like ice cream that is basically a protein shake ;)
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