THE breakfast bulking shake
10-05-2005 04:49 PM
THE breakfast bulking shake
8 egg whites, 1 whole egg, 1/2 cup oats, 1 scoop protein powder for flavor, 1 cup milk, add water for preferred texture
blend all together and there ya have it
10-05-2005 04:53 PM
Pityin' fools since '81
raw eggs? i'll try it with pasteurized whites and report back
10-05-2005 05:08 PM
i use pasteurized egg whites and throw in 1 whole egg .. i'm not really all that concerned the incidents of getting salmonella from a raw egg are really very low
10-05-2005 05:15 PM
Super Bass-o-matic '76
Spokesman: How many times has this happened to you? You have a bass, and you're trying to find an exciting new way to prepare it for the dinner table. You could scale the bass, remove the bass' tail, head and bones, and serve the fish as you would any other fish dinner. But why bother, now that you can use Rovco's amazing new kitchen tool, the Super Bass-o-Matic '76. Yes, fish-eaters, the days of troublesome scaling, cutting and gutting are over, because Super Bass-o-Matic '76 is the tool that lets you use the bass with no fish waste, and without scaling, cutting or gutting.
Here's how it works: Catch a bass, remove the hook, and drop the bass - that's the whole bass - into the Super Bass-o-Matic '76. [ drops the bass into the blender ] Now, adjust the control dial so that the bass is blended just the way you like it. [ turns blender on and grinds it to a pulp ] Yes, it's that simple!
Bass-Drinker: [ drinks a glassful of bass ] Wow, that's terrific bass!
Spokesman: We've got fish here, fast and easy and ready to pour, mmm-mmm! Super Bass-o-Matic '76 comes with ten interchangeable rotors, a nine-month guarantee, and a booklet: 1,001 Ways to Harness Bass. Super Bass-o-Matic '76 works great on sunfish, perch, sole, and other small aquatic creatures. [ blends one of each ]
Super Bass-o-Matic '76 - it's clean, simple, and after five or ten fish, it gets to be quite a rush! Super Bass-o-Matic '76 - you'll never have to scale, cut or gut again!
10-05-2005 05:23 PM
10-05-2005 05:45 PM
I have a similar brew for my breakfast. Except I use more whole eggs. Glen I have to say your looking solid in your avatar bro keep up the good work.
Originally Posted by glenihan
10-05-2005 05:46 PM
Here is mine. I only have it maybe 2 to 3 times a week.
16oz 1% milk
2 scoops protein
1/2 cup oats
apple or banana
tbs olive oil
2 tbs peanut butter
Then I wait 45min and eat my regular breakfast of 6eggs 1 cup of oats.
For a while i was adding some ice cream too.
sometimes i have this mid-day and substitute the whey protein for muscle milk.
When i'm feeling sassy i'll add the bass....mmmmmmmm
10-06-2005 03:25 AM
It's been a while since I looked at the salmonella numbers, but if you want to use regular eggs w/ zero risk, you can just microwave them for a little while before you dump them in the blender. Tastes exactly the same, just make sure you add a couple ice cubes so your shake will be cold.
10-06-2005 01:31 PM
KNOXi use that same shake too a few times a week
10-06-2005 01:37 PM
Here's my favorite:
16 oz water
1 1/2 C oats
1 scoop orange ATW isolate
1 scoop Strawberry Banana Muscle Milk
10-06-2005 03:32 PM
here's my favorite weight gainer shake either midday or at night:
3 cups skim milk
1 cup oats
1/2 cup plain nonfat yogurt
1/2 cup cottage cheese
1 scoop casein protein
1 scoop whey protein
2 tablespoons Natty Peanut Butter
1 banana (if there's one lying around)
sounds weird/nasty but DRINK UP my friends!
if i remember correctly that's close to a thousand cals.
10-06-2005 04:13 PM
My meal replacement was as follows:
16oz 2%: 19g P / 24g C / 9g F / 244 Cal
80g Oats: 10g P/ 54g C / 5g F / 300 Cal
3 scoops whey: 144g P/ 9g C/ 3g F / 360 Cal
2tbsp natty PB: 8g P / 7g C / 16g F/ 190 Cal
medium-large banana: 2g P/ 31g C / .5g F/ 132 Cal
Total: 183g P / 125g C/ 33.5g F / 1226
10-07-2005 12:34 AM
1 cup light ff yogurt, 1 cup blended oates, 2 scoops muscle milk, 1 cup ff milk, 2 tbsp natty peanut butter, half cup water. Yum yum. Makes about 3 total cups after blending, and keeps me full for about 2 hours while I'm at class. I also learned the yogurt has a lower gi than brown rice in my nutriton class!!
10-07-2005 04:38 AM
Yeah brown rice is actually medium GI (55), and I always thought it was one of the better low-GI carb sources!
I've been bulking pretty clean for about 2-3 months now (4-500 cals above maintenance), with mainly brown rice as carb source, and I think I gained fat more easily than during previous bulk periods.
10-07-2005 10:24 AM
told you yogurt rocks
Originally Posted by BOHICA
10-07-2005 11:05 AM
Bohica, that avatar freaks me the **** out every time I come across one of your posts...
10-07-2005 06:32 PM
I was also under that impression because you look at unsweetened yogurt and it contains a good amount of sugar but it's dairy and that means the GI ain't that bad
Originally Posted by BOHICA
10-07-2005 07:25 PM
Yeah, IW - it's lactose. Pretty low GI.
Tough to break down - which is why the whole "drink a gallon of milk in an hour" is a good bet to take.
10-09-2005 01:59 PM
Man, I had your shake today, I must say it was suprisingly delicious...
So egg whites are ok digestability wise? I always thought that you had to cook the egg for the protein to be used correctly (well it's what I've been told forever) Because this is way more convienient to dump some of the bucket-o-egg whites into my blender....
10-10-2005 02:49 AM
Cooking any type of protein will break it down more so than eating it raw...
Originally Posted by 50joe
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