Help with tuna

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by Outstanding View Post
    I'm addicted! I have Power Butter and Celery basically daily - mmmmmm. I don't like that I have to mix it for five minutes before I eat it, but that goes for any natural peanut butter, but this is awesome because it's got egg whites and flax. I have five Power Butter containers right now - they will be gone soon, haha!

    I order them from Need to Build Muscle's website, Power Butter and Need 2 Slin along with four bags of Better Protein Bars just came in the mail. AHH YEAH!
    Ha, yeah mixing it can be a pain. But damn good stuff!

  2. Quote Originally Posted by Outstanding View Post
    Say whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa?

    I am going to check it out... the protein is the same, from egg whites and flax? Thanks for the suggestion man! I am going to try and find it on Google

    Oh, I need to go to Wal-Mart tonight anyway, SCORE. Wait, I have five containers of Power Butter, haha, but I still need some other things. The last couple sentences could have been deleted without taking anything away from this post, but yet, I keep typing..........

    EDIT: I FOUND IT... AND... I USED TO EAT IT LIKE CRAZY DURING A CONTEST PREP A FEW YEARS AGO! I had soooooo much of it during the diet, it made me want to puke. I don't know if my appetite is back yet for it, but everyone can check it out here

    I can't find anything specific as far as the protein content compared to Power Butter (other than it has 10g)
    Finally located the ingredients in Naturally More online, 10g of protein was for 2Tbsp, egg whites are listed, but only as the last ingredient here:

    It's $40 for a case of $12 online, not sure how much in Wal-Mart. But Power Butter has nearly an identical blend, just 2g more protein per Tablespoon. So.... if I can buy one at Wal-Mart and see if I can stomach it after going through cases of it during my contest prep a few years ago, I might be saving myself some money!

  3. Spicy tuna spread:
    If you like some spice and want to change it up from the cayenne try adding some sriracha (red asian chili sauce) as well as spicy or yellow mustard, black pepper, a little garlic powder, and onion powder. I eat this on sandwiches or with whole wheat crackers. Thick toast, mixed greens and tomato make one mean sandwich.

  4. 2 cans tuna (in water)
    2 table spoons olive oil
    1 finely chopped garlic clove
    1/8th cup diced red onion
    2 teaspoon old bay seasoning

    heat the oil to medium high heat. toast the onions and garlic until garlic is brown. add drained tuna and old bay. sautee until goldin. freakin awesome!!

  5. or you can sub some soy sauce in for the old bay. very nice

  6. Bbq sauce n grn onions


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