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    Favorite Uncommon Carb?


    So, I couldn't think of a better thread title. Basically we all know about pasta, oatmeal, bread, cereal, potatoes, etc and these are probably pretty common among us. However, are there any carb sources that are more uncommon than these or not talked about as much that you enjoy?

    Personally, I LOVE some bulgar that is left in the fridge overnight with some apple cider vinegar. Wheat berries also make my list. What are some carb sources you eat that is not talked about frequently?
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    do certain fruits count or are fruits in general considered a popular carb?

    cuz i luv my mangos and persimmons. especially persimon cookies
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    Quote Originally Posted by PumpHouse View Post
    Buckwheat.
    Never had it. Is there anything you could compare it to, texture wise.

    Onion, sure fruits count! Mangos are awesome. I lie kiwis and think they re underrated.
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    I have an addiction to adding pumpkin to anything I need more carbs or fiber in. Have a stash of puree I add to shakes, add it to yogurt or oatmeal along with cinnamon and nutmeg, spread it on toast with pumpkin pie spice sometimes, great source of vitamin a and fiber.

    I also love peas, when I want them on the go I have canned, unsalted ones I will devour. 27 g carbs, 12 g protein, again good amount of fiber.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AntM1564 View Post

    Never had it. Is there anything you could compare it to, texture wise.

    Onion, sure fruits count! Mangos are awesome. I lie kiwis and think they re underrated.
    It is an acquired taste but man I love them i eat buckwheat pancakes everyday. I forgot what was so great about buckwheat but I remember its better than wheat. Good fiber and 7 grams of protein per 1/4 cup is nice too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theOCdude View Post

    It is an acquired taste but man I love them i eat buckwheat pancakes everyday. I forgot what was so great about buckwheat but I remember its better than wheat. Good fiber and 7 grams of protein per 1/4 cup is nice too.
    Also quinoa and lentils
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    Quote Originally Posted by theOCdude View Post

    It is an acquired taste but man I love them i eat buckwheat pancakes everyday. I forgot what was so great about buckwheat but I remember its better than wheat. Good fiber and 7 grams of protein per 1/4 cup is nice too. Also quinoa and lentils
    I agree on these, as they're better nutritional options to their popular older brothers (wheat/rice) I'm also a fan of oat bran. Packs way more nutrients/protein/fiber than good ol' fashion oats.
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    I'm going to try lentils soon. I have a package, but I usually stick to canned beans. Quiona is pretty good. I lie the taste, but hate the texture which is why I don't have it often.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AntM1564 View Post
    I'm going to try lentils soon. I have a package, but I usually stick to canned beans. Quiona is pretty good. I lie the taste, but hate the texture which is why I don't have it often.
    I make them adding mustard cumin and horseradish. Ya quinoa dose have a unique texture by itself.
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    lentils are real good imo
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtinsideout View Post
    Chickpeas in the oven for 20min with cajun spices
    I absolutely love chickpeas, I can't get enough of them.

    Tried lentils the other day, they are different to say the least. I have to experiment with them.
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    Quinoa hands down. Black beans, sweet potatoes and Ezekiel bread too. Google "cookingquinoa" and subscribe to her daily recipe email. i've gotten some excellent recipes for quinoa that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtinsideout View Post
    Chickpeas in the oven for 20min with cajun spices
    What temp is the oven?
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    400 degrees... Makes em nice and crispy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    I have an addiction to adding pumpkin to anything I need more carbs or fiber in. Have a stash of puree I add to shakes, add it to yogurt or oatmeal along with cinnamon and nutmeg, spread it on toast with pumpkin pie spice sometimes, great source of vitamin a and fiber.

    I also love peas, when I want them on the go I have canned, unsalted ones I will devour. 27 g carbs, 12 g protein, again good amount of fiber.
    I DO THE SAME THING!!! sooo good, pumpkin pancakes, oatmeal, oatcakes, mixed with greek yogurt, delicuous!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mkretz View Post

    I DO THE SAME THING!!! sooo good, pumpkin pancakes, oatmeal, oatcakes, mixed with greek yogurt, delicuous!!!
    Have you tried the special edition pumpkin pie Trutein? I'm hooked.
    Great on it's own in a shake or baked into anything, pumpkin spice protein pancakes, Greek yogurt style cheesecake, great stuff.

    Now I want pumpkin pie...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post

    Have you tried the special edition pumpkin pie Trutein? I'm hooked.
    Great on it's own in a shake or baked into anything, pumpkin spice protein pancakes, Greek yogurt style cheesecake, great stuff.

    Now I want pumpkin pie...
    No...is it really that good? I'm pretty broke...any chamce u could send a sample or two? I'd pay u.....gotta see if its worth it, I have the AI pumpkin pie no whey which is pretty good
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtinsideout View Post
    400 degrees... Makes em nice and crispy
    Tried the chickpeas last night with just salt and pepper. Not bad. Think I needed to cook 'em longer, some of 'em still were a bit squishy, but the crunchy ones were really good. They'd be awesome with Ranch flavoring
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    Tried the chickpeas last night with just salt and pepper. Not bad. Think I needed to cook 'em longer, some of 'em still were a bit squishy, but the crunchy ones were really good. They'd be awesome with Ranch flavoring
    Hmmm... Maybe try upping the temp to 420 or keep em in longer, ovens can vary. You know I also forget to mention that i put a little bit of olive oil on the cookie sheet and roll the chick peas around in it a little to help the seasoning stick, sorry forgot thats kinda important and may also be why they didn't crisp up enough. Sorry I completely forgot about that (facepalm). Never even thought about ranch flavoring but good idea lol. I actually haven't made the chick peas in a few so I may have to buy a few cans try some other seasonings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    Tried the chickpeas last night with just salt and pepper. Not bad. Think I needed to cook 'em longer, some of 'em still were a bit squishy, but the crunchy ones were really good. They'd be awesome with Ranch flavoring
    Never baked them before, I might have to give that a shot!
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    Ok just so I stop screwing this up here is how it goes. You need chick peas, a cookie sheet, olive oil and cajun spices (or whatever spices you want)

    Put some olive oil on a cookie sheet (no more than a table spoon). Place chick peas on cookie sheet and roll them around in the olive oil. Cover them with some seasoning and place in the oven at 400 degrees for 20min or until crispy. Enjoy
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    Quote Originally Posted by mkretz View Post

    No...is it really that good? I'm pretty broke...any chamce u could send a sample or two? I'd pay u.....gotta see if its worth it, I have the AI pumpkin pie no whey which is pretty good
    I'm in Canada (ON) which would make that much more difficult I'm guessing. If you ever get a chance try it for sure though, and I will see what I may be able to work out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    I'm in Canada (ON) which would make that much more difficult I'm guessing. If you ever get a chance try it for sure though, and I will see what I may be able to work out
    im in buffalo, lets meet up haha.........its not far to ship maybe we coudl work somethin out
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    I love purple sweet potatoes. Fried plantains are good too.

    Another good one is coating a banana in shredded coconut and frying it in coconut oil. The banana gets all warm and mushy. Serve with protein ice cream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    I have an addiction to adding pumpkin to anything I need more carbs or fiber in. Have a stash of puree I add to shakes, add it to yogurt or oatmeal along with cinnamon and nutmeg, spread it on toast with pumpkin pie spice sometimes, great source of vitamin a and fiber.

    I also love peas, when I want them on the go I have canned, unsalted ones I will devour. 27 g carbs, 12 g protein, again good amount of fiber.
    Pumpkin is a superfood; nothing wrong with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bossman523 View Post

    Pumpkin is a superfood; nothing wrong with that.
    It is unfortunately very unpopular. Splenda substituted pumpkin pie ))))
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt View Post

    It is unfortunately very unpopular. Splenda substituted pumpkin pie ))))
    Pumpkin pie rice flour muffins f'n dangerous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theOCdude View Post

    Pumpkin pie rice flour muffins f'n dangerous.
    Pumpkin pancakes oh my Gawd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theOCdude View Post
    Pumpkin pie rice flour muffins f'n dangerous.
    I've been making coconut-flour blueberry muffins - totally gonna grab some pumpkin and throw it in. Pumpkin's awesome with all the potassium and beta-carotene (and other stuff I'm sure I'm forgetting) and yet I never friggin' use it...
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