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yyzgeddylee
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Had some eggs in the fridge....and i'm getting sick of omlettes...
so i threw a few in the blender....added a cup of milk, a big glob of peanut butter and two scoops of chocolate protein powder....
The result was way better than i expected.....
actually tasted good....
drank half now.....will drink the rest in an hour.....

....................Calories.....Protein
3 Eggs...........225............18.6
1cup Milk........108.............8.5
6Tbsp PntBtr...525...........21.6
2scp protein....300...........28
1/4cup water....0...............0

Total..............1158...........76.2g

YYZ


   
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skeet225
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Bump. I drink 2 of these shakes every day, they are very good, adding ice also helps with the flavor. If you want even more calories add some chocolate ice cream in the mix


   
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Dirk
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that shit sounds awesome yy!

damn skeet, you just had to bring up ice cream. i'm on my way to the freezer!

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HDUDE
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RAW EGGS IN A SHAKE..NOT GOOD SAMENELLA!!!!!! EGGS MUST BE COOKED BRO........


   
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BacardiSlang
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If your worried about samenella, then microwave the eggs for 30 to 45 seconds...it will do the job.


   
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I've been eating raw eggs for 5 years or so i mix 3 or 4 in with every shake i have and i've never had any probs???

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yeah man u dont have to worry about salmenella these days. only with the raw chicken. not the eggs. i throw them in shakes all the time too


   
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 Cjay
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Here is mine:
-Strawberry Protein Mix
-Ice
-Orange Juice
-Banana
-Pineapples.
It taste awesome. Cjay


   
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NO CARRIER
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... well, I made the drink... and I'm finishing it off as we speak. 🙂 ... Definately much better than the ol' Chocolate Protein + Milk I've been having up till now. Peanut Butter really helps kill the yuck protein taste. 😀 Think I'll be making these from now on.

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p.s. about the samanella: if there was such a high risk of raw eggs containing samanella, I don't think Egg Nog would be so popular during the holiday season. 🙂


   
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Titaniumspine
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Doesn't egg nog go thru a pasturization process to remove bacteria?


   
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NO CARRIER
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I was thinking more homemade eggnog actually. You're right though... store bought eggnog uses pasteurized egg yolks. That had me thinking, so I went looking around the internet and in my kitchen to find a definate answer about if raw eggs are okay or not.

I have a couple recipes in cookbooks... both recipes say to use regular egg yolks, no mention of uses pasteurized eggs or to precook the eggs at all. On the other hand, I found this resource over here ( http://homehearth.virtualave.net/eggnog.html) for making homemade eggnog, with a warning about bacterias.

Then, I found this information:

"A small proportion of the intact raw eggs on the market are contaminated with the bacterium Salmonella enteritidis, which can cause human illness. Since consumers can't detect this contamination, they should treat all raw eggs as if they might be contaminated, taking the same precautions they customarily take with raw chicken, raw meat and other foods of animal origin. Eggs should be refrigerated both before and after cooking. They should be cooked thoroughly, until both the yolk and the white are firm. Utensils used to handle raw eggs should be thoroughly cleaned before being used with other foods. It is not wise for anyone to eat undercooked eggs. It is especially important for elderly people, infants and young children, pregnant women and persons with chronic diseases or impaired immune systems to avoid eating raw or undercooked eggs, because these individuals are at risk of severe illness if they develop a Salmonella infection." This is a quote from ACSH.ORG ( http://www.acsh.org/publications/reports/eggs.html)

So, I guess that pretty much wraps up the discussion and gives us something to watch out for. I need to be careful with how I prepare my eggs from now on.

NC


   
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incite
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wow. . .just tried it... not too bad, when i was makin it my family was insinuating it would taste like complete sh1t... but actually what it tastes like is liquid peanut butter, LOL.. .i think a couple less tablespoons and a some more milk might do the job. anyways, kickass, thanks. . cya


   
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NO CARRIER
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Yep.. I think a bit of low-fat vanilla ice cream would really give it some extra kick too. It tastes much better when chilled too... so it doesn't hurt to cap it and put in the fridge for a bit before drinking. High-protein, good taste. Definate reccomendation.

NC


   
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incite
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well thats a kickass shake... post some more! 😛


   
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