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    Quote Originally Posted by money0351 View Post
    Cooking at high heat does alter the structure of the protein (denature by definition) but the sequence of amino acids and nutritional value remain untainted. The body will break these peptide bonds regardless of the shape of the protein and use these aminos accordingly
    Bingo. It has no harm at all. people think it does but it does not.

    Just got another tub of vanilla and chocolate on the way! Cant pass up on the NP Deal. so ill have 4 tubs coming
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Bingo. It has no harm at all. people think it does but it does not.

    Just got another tub of vanilla and chocolate on the way! Cant pass up on the NP Deal. so ill have 4 tubs coming
    Oh how I wish shipment of that deal to Canada wasn't $30 / per
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Gains!!
    They look exactly like big bottles of OEP lol.

    Bob, do you have any recipes or know of a site with protein bars that are high in fat and have low to no carbs? I am looking for a solid one for when school starts just in case I hit my carb macros for that day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Gains!!
    Loving the spice rack /stove. Reminds me of my stove
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt View Post
    Loving the spice rack /stove. Reminds me of my stove
    Got to spice up them stirfrys!

    Quote Originally Posted by AntM1564 View Post
    They look exactly like big bottles of OEP lol.

    Bob, do you have any recipes or know of a site with protein bars that are high in fat and have low to no carbs? I am looking for a solid one for when school starts just in case I hit my carb macros for that day.
    Google.com or Youtube.com bro. You will find 100
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    USP OxyElite Vanilla Pancakes:

    Recipe:

    120g Complete Pancake Mix
    1 Tsp Baking Powder
    3g of Splenda
    8g SF/FF Pudding Mix
    1 Scoop Oxy Elite Protein Powder (Vanilla)
    1 Egg
    1 White (Stiffened to a Firm Peak)
    1/3 Cup Almond Milk
    50g of Greek Yogurt

    Directions:

    First of all combine your dry in a separate bowl and Mix.
    add in the Whole Egg, milk, and yogurt and combine into the dry.

    Take the egg whites and stiff to a peak (beat on high power with your stand up mixer or hand mixer for 2-3 mintues until firm and rise up, slowly fold these into the bowl with the rest of the batter (will help with rising and moisture in the final product)

    Take your batter and use and cook on a medium heat with a skillet or griddle to make your pancake.

    Serve on plate and enjoy!


    Macros:

    Calories: ~750
    Fat: ~ 13g
    Carbs: ~ 100g
    Protein: ~ 50g



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    USP Labs OxyElite Chocolate Pumpkin Protein Loaves:

    Recipe:
    100g Complete Pancake Mix
    1 Tsp Baking Powder
    3g of Splenda
    1 Scoop Oxy Elite Protein Powder (Chocolate)
    1 Egg
    1 White (Stiffened to a Firm Peak)
    100g Pumpkin
    1/3 Cup Almond Milk

    Directions:

    First of all combine your dry in a separate bowl and Mix. (Whey, Splenda, SF/FF Pudding, Baking Powder)
    add in the Whole Egg, milk, and Pumpkin as your wet into the dry.

    Take the egg whites and stiff to a peak (beat on high power with your stand up mixer or hand mixer for 2-3 mintues until firm and rise up, slowly fold these into the bowl with the rest of the batter (will help with rising and moisture in the final product)

    Be Careful when using pumpkin it may take a touch longer to cook because of how wet/moist they are, so watch these careful and make sure its on a medium power when cooking or else they will burn easy. Use a Griddle or Skillet to cook.




    Macros:

    Calories: ~675
    Fat: ~ 15g
    Carbs: ~ 85g
    Protein: ~ 50g

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    USP Oxy Elite Vanilla Cheesecake:

    8oz Cream Cheese (used Fat Free)
    6oz Greek Yogurt (used Non Fat)
    2 Eggs
    1 Scoop’s USP Oxy Elite Vanilla Protein
    6-9g of Splenda
    8g SF/FF Pudding Mix (Cheesecake/Vanilla/White Chocolate)
    Just a Tsp or Dash of Milk


    Directions:


    Beat Cream Cheese in a mixing bowl till smooth
    Combine all Dry ingredients (Whey, Splenda, SF/FF Pudding) into the cream cheese that has been beaten with a mixer
    Milk and Yogurt go into the mix next and then beat them into the cream cheese and dry ingredients.
    Lastly add eggs one at a time until mixed and then we are ready to bake

    Spray a Springform pan (6") i got mine off amazon, these are best for cheesecakes, if not use a pyrex dish, it may not come out as great, but will still work, or an aluminum disposable you can buy at a grocery store.
    Pre-head Oven to 250 and bake for 30 minutes, then turn to 300 for 40-50 minutes
    Take a toothpick and stick the center, if no residue comes out then its complete.

    Cool on a cooling rack for 1 hour, and keep in fridge for 6-8 hours minimum to harden/cool/thicken.


    Macros:
    Calories: 675
    Protein – 85g
    Carbs – 40g
    Fat – 15g


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    Oxy Elite Chocolate Micorwave Protein Cheesecake

    Ingredients

    220g Cream Cheese (7-8oz Cream Cheese)

    30g Oxy Elite Protein (Chocolate)
    Dash of Splenda (3g)
    1 Whole Egg
    Dash of Milk
(Almond Milk)
    50g Greek Yogurt




    Directions

    Beat Cream Cheese, Milk, Greek Yogurt and Vanilla with a small whisk until it becomes fluffy and starts to thicken.


    Add in Dry Ingredients listed above to mixutre


    Last add in egg (or egg white) and beat slowly to hold all the moisture inside the cake when microwaving to bind everything together and prevent air bubbles/cracking.


    Transfer to a circular Tupperware container and microwave on medium power for 6-7 minutes until outsides start to harden and middle will bubble. (every microwave will differ)


    Finished Cake will be slightly runny in middle but let it cool for a bit outside of microwave and then place in fridge overnight, it will harden up perfectly and be ready to eat.



    Calories

    Cals: ~ 475
    Fat – 8g
    Carbs ~ 35g

    Protein ~ 65g



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    Cool. Is the calorie count for the whole thing?
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    Holy drooling over this thread!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricroc View Post
    Cool. Is the calorie count for the whole thing?
    What else would it be for? a quarter of it? Lol
    Add up the stuff in your fitday/my fitness pal and you will see!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    What else would it be for? a quarter of it? Lol
    Add up the stuff in your fitday/my fitness pal and you will see!
    HAHA! Well played, sir! But, ask a silly question.

    Thanks!
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    Just giving ya a hard time! Enjoy the recipes mate!
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    USP OxyElite Chocolate Egg Pancake


    Ingredients

    1 Scoop OxyElite Protein Powder (Chocolate)
    1 tsp Baking Powder
    1 tsp Psyllium Husk Powder
    200g Liquid Egg Whites (Around 6 Egg Whites)
    2 Whole Eggs


    Directions

    Combine all ingredients into a Magic Bullet or Vitamix and blend for a few minutes until the egg’s mix all the ingredients and start to fluff up a bit, this is when the product is ready to start cooking (About 2-3 minutes)

    Spray a Skillet that is heated on a medium heat (to prevent burning while cooking eggs). And slowly cook the pancake and run your spatula around the edges to get the extra residue to cook on the bottom and make sure the pancake is not cooked on one side.

    Once the bottom is cooked make sure to flip quickly and avoid breaking the pancake (by making sure the bottom is cooked first) and allow the other side to cook for 2-3 minutes and then serve on a plate!


    Macros

    Calories ~ 400
    Protein ~ 55g
    Carbs ~ 18g
    Fat ~ 12g



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    USP OxyElite Chocolate Oatmeal


    Ingredients

    1 Scoop OxyElite Protein Powder (Chocolate)
    40g Oatmeal

    Directions

    Cook oatmeal on a Medium power for 5-6 minutes and Stir in protein powder after its complete! Very simple and easy. Slow cooking oatmeal provides a thicker consistency


    Macros

    Calories ~ 300
    Protein ~ 30g
    Carbs ~ 32g
    Fat ~ 6.5g

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    USP OxyElite Chocolate Ice Cream


    Ingredients

    1 Scoop OxyElite Protein Powder (Chocolate)
    1 Cup Unsweetened Almond Milk

    Directions

    Make a protein Shake (I used a magic bullet) with the almond milk and USP OxyElite Protein and dump into an ice cream maker for 10-15 minutes.

    Scrape the sides and place into a bowl and Instant Soft Serve Protein Ice Cream!


    Macros

    Calories ~ 183
    Protein ~ 23g
    Carbs ~ 7g
    Fat ~ 7 g

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    MY "Power Bars"


    These things are great! I swear there a treat every time I bite into one. I'm sure I'll get sick of them sooner or later.

    After I am done baking the Power Bars, I weigh them out with a Nutrition Scale into bags of 500-600 Calories, around 6 bars per bag.
    This recipe is for a huge batch that will make like 32 bags each containing about 6 Power Bars.

    Power Bars recipe:

    Ingredients:

    10 Scoops vanilla protein powder
    10 Cups Oats
    1 Pound Walnuts Raw
    1 Pound Almonds Raw
    1 Pound Sunflower Seeds
    1 Pound Peanuts
    6 Bananas Bananas (Ripened)
    1 Pound Raisins
    2 Cups Wheat germ
    1 Stick Butter
    7 Eggs Eggs
    1/2 Cups Molasses
    50 Milligrams Stevia (About 25 scoops)
    2 tsp Baking Power
    1 tsp Baking Soda
    2 tbsp Cinnamon
    1 tbsp Vanilla

    Mix ingredients (Bananas , Butter, Eggs, Stevia , Molasses, Vanilla) in a bowl and beat until smooth.
    Mix dry ingredients in a large bowl.
    Mix together both bowl’s of ingredients until all ingredients are evenly distributed.

    Spread onto two sheet pans.
    Bake at approximately 350 for 15min.
    (Monitor baking as you do not want to get dried out. You just want them to be able to hold together, but not be gooey.)


    Name One Serving Calories Protein Fiber Amount of Serving (ounces) (Grams)(Count)(Cup) Total Serving Total Calories Total Protein Total Fiber
    vanilla protein powder 1 130 27 Scoup / Serving 10 Scoups 10 1300 270
    Oats 1 150 5 4 Cup / Serving 10 Cups 20 3000 100 80
    Walnuts Raw 1 185 4.32 1.9 1 Ounce 1 Pound 16 2960 69.12 30.4
    Almonds Raw 1 164 6 3.3 1 Ounce 1 Pound 16 2624 96 52.8
    Sunflower Seeds 1 86 3.42 1.6 1 Ounce 1 Pound 16 1376 54.72 25.6
    Peanuts 1 161 7.31 2.4 1 Ounce 1 Pound 16 2576 116.96 38.4
    Bananas 1 105 1.29 3.1 1 Banana 6 Bananas 6 630 7.74 18.6
    Raisins 1 85 0.87 1 40 Grams 1/4 Cup 1 Pound 11.5 977.5 10.005 11.5
    Wheat germ 1 414 26.62 15.2 Cup / Serving 2 Cups 2 828 53.24 30.4
    Butter 1 810 0.96 1 Stick / Serving 1 Stick 1 810 0.96 1
    Eggs 1 74 6.29 1 7 Eggs 7 518 44.03
    Molasses 1 977 Cup / Serving 1/2 Cups 0.5 488.5
    Stevia 1 Milligram 1 Milligram 50
    Baking Power 1 tsp 2 tsp 2
    Baking Soda 1 tsp 1 tsp 1
    Cinnamon 2 tbsp 2 tbsp 2
    Vanilla 1 tbsp 1 tbsp 1
    Total 18088 822.775 288.7
    Number of Power Bars 192
    Serving Total Calories Total Protein Total Fiber
    One Power Bar 1 94.2083 4.285286458 1.503645833
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    Thanks for this power bar recipe. Saves me the trouble of trying to scour the internet for one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Check this out for protein bars:

    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...tein+Bar+Video

    amazing thread.
    You have to be carful when making protein bars, you can end up with something little more than brownies or a candy bar.

    These things are really good for you, I mean really good for you!!
    Just about every ingredient is recommended in some way or another the molasses is about the only questionable thing and the only reason the molasses is in there is to hold them together.

    I guess you could now call them "The Recession Bar" as I have now started packaging them in 350 cal bags and I take them to work and nibble on them throughout the work day in lew of lunch.

    When I first get up I mix powered protein in some water and slam it down. Take 2 hard boiled eggs with me to eat mid morning prior to starting on nibbling on my protein bars.
    Get home and slam another powered protein, if workout day head to the gym and upon returning slam another then have dinner.

    I've been supplementing 3 times daily with protein (about 100 grams a day) not counting the protein bars for about 4 months + eating pretty well.
    Results good enough to continue, more surprising to me is the some of the leaning out without really trying to accomplish this.
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    molasses and honey are key factors in most granola or protein bars why? Because they are binding agents.
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    USP OxyElite Chocolate Protein Cake


    Ingredients

    240g Complete Pancake Mix
    2 Eggs
    2 Whites (Stiffened to a Firm Peak and Folded into the final recipe)
    16g SF/FF Pudding Mix
    TBSP Baking Powder
    1/4 Cup Splenda
    2 Scoops USP OxyElite Protein Powder (Chocolate)
    2/3 Cup of Almond Milk
    50g Greek Yogurt
    50g Unsweetened Applesauce

    Directions

    Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees

    First take a big mixing bowl and combine your dry ingredients
    - Whey, Splenda, Baking Powder, Complete Pancake Mix, SF/FF Pudding Mix
    Then slowly add in the milk, yogurt, applesauce, and 2 whole eggs and beat with a stand up mixer or hand held mixer

    In a seperate bowl take your two egg whties and beat with a mixer for 3-5 minutes until they fold a stiff peak

    You will then toss this into the other mixing bowl (with everything else mixed) and slowly fold it into the recipe until dispersed and evenly distributed to the final product and batter.

    now you will take a Bundt Pan (Cake Pan) and spray with cooking spray.

    The cake should take 25-35 minutes (use a toothpick to gauge) this will come out clean with no residue or liquid on it when it is completed and done

    Allow to cool for 20-30 minutes prior to eating or putting a USP OxyElite Sludge topping on for extra protein!


    Macros

    For the ENTIRE Cake:

    Calories ~ 1385
    Protein ~ 95g
    Carbs ~ 195g
    Fat ~ 25 g

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    USP OxyElite Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups


    Ingredients

    200g Yogurt(Greek and Regular)
    1.5 Scoops Oxy Elite Chocolate Protein
    2 TBSP Peanut Buter

    Directions

    Make Protein Pudding with Yogurt + Whey
    Grab a Muffin Sheet and place cupcake lines in 6 of the holes (this made 6 total)
    Place a small layer of protein pudding on bottom and freeze for 30 minutes
    pull out and add peanut buter in center freeze another 30 minutes
    Add final layer of Protein Pudding and freeze for another 30 minutes till they harden.

    You will be able to EASILY pull apart the cupcake liner and enjoy!


    Macros

    For all The Cups:

    Calories ~ 550 (Around 85 calories per Cup!!!)
    Protein ~ 60g
    Carbs ~ 25g
    Fat ~ 23 g

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    USP OxyElite Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups
    Love all the recipes as of late, but this one, by far, is the best! Thanks again!
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    Im glad you guys do enjoy them! Thank you!

    Always open for future suggestions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Im glad you guys do enjoy them! Thank you!

    Always open for future suggestions.
    Thanks for taking the time to put all these recipes together Bob. I'm picking up some cupcake liners today.
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    Gonna try the pb cups. May sub pb2 in as I'm precontest training now.

    Thanks for another great recipe!
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Thanks for taking the time to put all these recipes together Bob. I'm picking up some cupcake liners today.
    Any suggestions for future recipes Sir?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Any suggestions for future recipes Sir?
    Can you maybe help me out with a healthy rice pudding recipe? My family loves the stuff but man it is unhealthy as hell lol.

    Edit: I'm thinking maybe using the vanilla protein putting mixed with some smart balance or almond milk (for consistency) and subbing brown rice for white rice?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post

    Any suggestions for future recipes Sir?
    How about some cookies? Vanilla with chocolate frosting sounds good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtinsideout View Post
    Can you maybe help me out with a healthy rice pudding recipe? My family loves the stuff but man it is unhealthy as hell lol.

    Edit: I'm thinking maybe using the vanilla protein putting mixed with some smart balance or almond milk (for consistency) and subbing brown rice for white rice?
    Ok, thats not a problem. ill mix one up for you soon. This is next on my list and very easy.
    Would you want me to use my stove top method or cheap mans method? LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    How about some cookies? Vanilla with chocolate frosting sounds good.
    I have a simple 1 minute microwave cookie i could do (or brownie)
    would you like that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Ok, thats not a problem. ill mix one up for you soon. This is next on my list and very easy.
    Would you want me to use my stove top method or cheap mans method? LOL
    Haha whatever is easiest for you man. The help is much appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtinsideout View Post
    Haha whatever is easiest for you man. The help is much appreciated.
    Absolutely man, i will get this up for you tomorrow i will prepare it tonight and let it sit overnight so it thickens up.

    You can do it 2 ways

    cook on stovetop
    or mix in greek yogurt (once rice is cooked/cooled) and add in Whey protein

    like making protein pudding + added rice it gives it a nice texture.

    So again do you prefer which one i do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post

    I have a simple 1 minute microwave cookie i could do (or brownie)
    would you like that?
    Either one would be great! Brownies would've been my next suggestion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11 View Post
    Either one would be great! Brownies would've been my next suggestion.
    Ok ill do both recipes and get them up tomorrow..

    Thanks again guys for the ideas. I hope you and the guys at USP like them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Absolutely man, i will get this up for you tomorrow i will prepare it tonight and let it sit overnight so it thickens up.

    You can do it 2 ways

    cook on stovetop
    or mix in greek yogurt (once rice is cooked/cooled) and add in Whey protein

    like making protein pudding + added rice it gives it a nice texture.

    So again do you prefer which one i do?
    Hmmm... The protein pudding version seems pretty straight forward. Any thoughts on how you would do the stove top version?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtinsideout View Post
    Hmmm... The protein pudding version seems pretty straight forward. Any thoughts on how you would do the stove top version?
    ill do stove top for you. Very simple.
    Get this up for you tomorrow sir.
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    USP OxyElite Chocolate Microwave Protein Cookie


    Ingredients

    Packet of Splenda
    TSP of Baking Powder
    20g OxyEite Chocolate Protein Powder
    1 Tbsp Greek Yogurt
    1 Tbsp Almond Milk

    Directions

    Make Protein Pudding with Yogurt + Whey + Almond Milk in a small bowl and slowly add in the splenda and baking powder last

    Put on a small plate with a spoon and spread out to form a small cookie shape

    Microwave for 45 seconds to 1 minute and allow to cool for 3-5 minutes as the cookie will slowly harden up. Should be a touch moist and delicious for a 100 calorie snack


    Macros

    For all The Cups:

    Calories ~ 100
    Protein ~ 15g
    Carbs ~ 5g
    Fat ~ 2 g

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Ok ill do both recipes and get them up tomorrow..

    Thanks again guys for the ideas. I hope you and the guys at USP like them!
    Awesome.

    I certainly do and am sure everyone else appreciates them as well. Thanks Bob!


    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    USP OxyElite Chocolate Microwave Protein Cookie

    Ingredients

    Packet of Splenda
    TSP of Baking Powder
    20g OxyEite Chocolate Protein Powder
    1 Tbsp Greek Yogurt
    1 Tbsp Almond Milk

    Directions

    Make Protein Pudding with Yogurt + Whey + Almond Milk in a small bowl and slowly add in the splenda and baking powder last

    Put on a small plate with a spoon and spread out to form a small cookie shape

    Microwave for 45 seconds to 1 minute and allow to cool for 3-5 minutes as the cookie will slowly harden up. Should be a touch moist and delicious for a 100 calorie snack

    Macros

    For all The Cups:

    Calories ~ 100
    Protein ~ 15g
    Carbs ~ 5g
    Fat ~ 2 g
    That was fast lol. Thanks again man.
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