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Unread 05-24-2009, 01:09 AM
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I'll give you that

Its even more yummy when you mix it with some fruit and ice in a blender
only time i eat it is when mixed with oats before WO, cottage cheese or yogurt before bed
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Unread 05-24-2009, 07:02 AM
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yesterday I put 1 scoop muscle milk light cookies and cream in some plain fat free greek yogurt......Yummy!
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too much fat in one shot for my habits, but tastes damn good
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if it was based on mothers milk, it would be low protein, high carb, moderate fat, watery and taste bad.
My old training partner had his first kid back when i was in Austin. his wife had just finished bottle feeding hte kid so I asked out of genuine curiosity if I could taste the milk.

It was what Aaron mentioned: bitter, watery and fairly gross. I"ll stick with Lactaid thanks
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hahaha NICE
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too much fat in one shot for my habits, but tastes damn good
Do you deliberately avoid fat?
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Do you deliberately avoid fat?
psht

everyone knows fat makes you fat, not calories

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