tuna- fat free cottage cheese

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    tuna- fat free cottage cheese


    I hate the taste of tuna, so I tried everything to block out the taste, and this is actually really good, and fast!

    You take a half cup of fat free cottage cheese, mix it up with a half can of tuna in a bowl.

    Calories: 80
    fat: .5g
    Carbs: 5g
    Sugars: 4g
    PROTEIN: 30g

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    Sounds gross dude.
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    I got cut open today!
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    pretty horribly nasty

    glad you like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rage (SoCal)
    pretty horribly nasty

    glad you like it.

    have you tried it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by theshocker21
    I got cut open today!


    I know I tried to call you, I am assuming that everything went ok? ooh and you should shut up and try it haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by burymestanding
    have you tried it?
    yes
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    I have blended oatmeal and tuna....tasted like vomit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PVSkyHigh
    I have blended oatmeal and tuna....tasted like vomit.
    haha at least you were brave enough to try it. this honestly isn't that bad, it just tastes like cottage cheese, and no tuna flavor!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rage (SoCal)
    yes

    bummer I wanted to make you a believer
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    Quote Originally Posted by PVSkyHigh
    I have blended oatmeal and tuna....tasted like vomit.
    omfg bro... you dont have to poison yourself over training.
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    Try ALR's recipe:

    8 oz diet coke
    1 can tuna
    1 scoop vanilla whey protein


    Blend until liquified---actually tastes pretty good.

    Also, you can add a cup of dry oats and a little water, for an entire meal.
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    I use rasberry balsamic vinegar and splenda mixed with my tuna.
    I almost forget its fish
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Jones
    Try ALR's recipe:

    8 oz diet coke
    1 can tuna
    1 scoop vanilla whey protein


    Blend until liquified---actually tastes pretty good.

    Also, you can add a cup of dry oats and a little water, for an entire meal.

    I am so going to try that
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    I've heard many times that orange juice and tuna blended is good. It's supposed to cover it up very well. I may try it w/ some low carb OJ.

    I tried tuna blended w/ V8 & spinach once and it was horrible. I might try it agian, but soak the tuna in V8 for a while before. Somehow, the tuna in the shake still tasted dry.

    Another trick is to drop the tuna in boiling water for a minute or so, then strain it out. Supposed to really help remove the fish taste. My dad used to do that with catfish and it worked very well. You could see oil from the fish, floating on top of the water.
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    I have been eating this for 6 months, I love it. I do 1/2 cup cottage cheese, 1 pack tuna mix it together and put in freezer for 5-10 min and then eat it everynight before bed
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    Quote Originally Posted by young_squatter
    I have been eating this for 6 months, I love it. I do 1/2 cup cottage cheese, 1 pack tuna mix it together and put in freezer for 5-10 min and then eat it everynight before bed

    I am glad to hear that im not the only one who does this, I might have to try the freezer part
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