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    Need good carb on the go.


    I need a good carb source for my 2nd and 3rd meals. I usually eat in class or in between classes. I've been eating some Pre made Turkey breast strips on whole wheat bread, but I kinda wanna get away from bread and get a better carb source. I was thinking of making sweet potato french fries, but I already eat sweet potatoes almost daily for my last carb/protein meal. I am bulking for now, and looking for options.

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    dry oats + whole wheat bread
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    Fruits (dried fruits are easy for on the go eating)
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    what about some tree-hugging granola. fiber, protein, carbs
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccapone1153 View Post
    dry oats + whole wheat bread
    dry oats are hard on the go, and trying to get away from bread.
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    What about trying quick carb powder (Waxy Maize) it is relatively cheap from NP, easily disolvable and does taste ok, not much taste and can be added to juice or milk or better your whey shake.
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    You could go for beans

    Or fruits and vegetables

    these are like low fat high carb diets..
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    Yeah i was kinda wondering about the WMS myself..
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    What about a banana or two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by airram479 View Post
    Yeah i was kinda wondering about the WMS myself..
    lf you mean Waxy Maize it is an excellent choice NP have the best value 3.3lbs for 15.99.
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    Looking for more Low GI carbs...I would only use WMS post workout
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    Quote Originally Posted by carpee View Post
    Looking for more Low GI carbs...I would only use WMS post workout
    Waxy Maize is low GI so are sultanas and bananas.
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    pasta? put a sauce through it so it doesn't dry out, its not too bad
    “We are what we repeatedly do. Therefore, excellence is not an act, but a habit.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by youngandfree View Post
    What about a banana or two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carpee View Post
    Looking for more Low GI carbs...I would only use WMS post workout
    for someone looking for choices u seem to pretty f**kin picky. no bread, no oats, no WMS.. like wtf are u looking for some unknown new miracle carb source that you havnt heard of?!
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    I agree. Your choices are pretty much listed already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccapone1153 View Post
    for someone looking for choices u seem to pretty f**kin picky. no bread, no oats, no WMS.. like wtf are u looking for some unknown new miracle carb source that you havnt heard of?!
    haha sorry man.

    i honestly had no idea WMS was low GI.
    for some reason I just wanna get away from breads. Oats I have for breakfast, and Pre workout. I'm gonna give the chickpeas a try I think. And look into WMS prices.
    Thanks for the input
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    i like to bring pasta with vinegar or some dried fruits. prob is that i chow down on the fruit too much
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccapone1153 View Post
    for someone looking for choices u seem to pretty f**kin picky. no bread, no oats, no WMS.. like wtf are u looking for some unknown new miracle carb source that you havnt heard of?!
    LMAO well said bro.
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    bro i brought in my whole wheat oatmeal pancakes today!

    AMAZING

    1 full serving is about 170g carb 30g fiber 33g protein 10 sugar and 14 g fat
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyfool405 View Post
    bro i brought in my whole wheat oatmeal pancakes today!

    AMAZING

    1 full serving is about 170g carb 30g fiber 33g protein 10 sugar and 14 g fat
    sounds good..where'd you get them!!?
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    ****in made them lol

    3 packet maple brown sugar weight control oat meal
    1/2cup WW flour
    30g dry quinoa
    1/2 cup rice milk
    1/2cup whole grain drink
    baking powder
    2 egg
    1 teaspoon oil
    1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
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    Make some cheerio treat bars.
    6 cups honey nut cheerios, or multi grain cheerioes
    1 cup corn syrup
    1 cup sugar or splenda
    1 cup natty peanut butter or mixed PB2
    3-3.5 scoops choc whey protein

    Mix 1 cup sugar or splenda into heated corn syrup til totally mixed. Then remove from heat and add and stir in your peanutbutter or PB2.
    Mix cheerios and protein in bowl with syrup mixture and spread in a 8-10" pan, cut into 12 or 8 peices and put into wax paper.

    The splenda and PB2 are healthier options to reduce fat and total calories.
    You can also use rice crispies if you want a faster digesting carb source.
    Link to PB2 http://www.bellplantation.com/index....d=15&Itemid=35
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyfool405 View Post
    1 full serving is about 170g carb 30g fiber 33g protein 10 sugar and 14 g fat
    damn dude thats pretty legitt ima have to give that reciepe a try!
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyfool405 View Post
    ****in made them lol

    3 packet maple brown sugar weight control oat meal
    1/2cup WW flour
    30g dry quinoa
    1/2 cup rice milk
    1/2cup whole grain drink
    baking powder
    2 egg
    1 teaspoon oil
    1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
    Thanks gonna give those a try!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raptorbh12 View Post
    Make some cheerio treat bars.
    6 cups honey nut cheerios, or multi grain cheerioes
    1 cup corn syrup
    1 cup sugar or splenda
    1 cup natty peanut butter or mixed PB2
    3-3.5 scoops choc whey protein

    Mix 1 cup sugar or splenda into heated corn syrup til totally mixed. Then remove from heat and add and stir in your peanutbutter or PB2.
    Mix cheerios and protein in bowl with syrup mixture and spread in a 8-10" pan, cut into 12 or 8 peices and put into wax paper.

    The splenda and PB2 are healthier options to reduce fat and total calories.
    You can also use rice crispies if you want a faster digesting carb source.
    What does the macros come out to in those?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDMZeetoy View Post
    why would you want to stay away from bread in the first place?
    less processed carb sources.

    i use oats and sweet potatoes ALOT so thats why i made this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carpee View Post
    dry oats are hard on the go, and trying to get away from bread.
    no they are easy

    just mix them with your protein shake..the water makes them soft there you have 50-75 protein(2-3 sscoops of whey)measure out how many carbs you put put them in a bag(also put protein powder in a bag, dump them in your cup volia

    for extra calories add olive oil

    you can drink this in ten seconds
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    Quote Originally Posted by smeton_yea View Post
    no they are easy

    just mix them with your protein shake..the water makes them soft there you have 50-75 protein(2-3 sscoops of whey)measure out how many carbs you put put them in a bag(also put protein powder in a bag, dump them in your cup volia

    for extra calories add olive oil

    you can drink this in ten seconds

    yes, my point was this is my breakfast basically....for lunch i try to get a whole food source, which right now is turkey instead of a shake.

    i grind up a cup of oats for breakfast already. I know they are easy on the go, but I was just looking for some variety so I'm not taking a shaker cup of oats to class.
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