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4/11/09 11:55 PM
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kitkatmatt
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Quaker Instant Oatmeal - High fiber cinnamon swirl, 2/3 cups skim milk, handful of almonds, microwave, add frozen "berry medley" berries.
4/12/09 12:10 PM
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shibbytastic
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I don't do instant, but other than that it sounds great.
4/21/09 8:57 PM
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dendawg
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 Heres what I eat every morning of training and on fight day if I can. 3 table spoons of of steel cut or scottish oatmeal. Half or one full scoop or protein powder (any flavour). Handful of almonds, goji berries. One tablespoon of coconut butter.
Thats wassup.
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7/14/09 11:32 AM
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savage animal
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 coconut butter huh? Never seen this, sounds good.
any benefit (or just taste) for having cooked oats vs raw in a shake?
7/14/09 2:29 PM
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crescentwrench
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 Cooked oats are more digestable, I don't know if that's more of a bonus than having the oats unmolested by heat.

How long do you cook your oats, den?  I've done a batch of steel cut oats overnight in the crockpot one time and it was pretty good.  Convenient too, you wake up and there's breakfast.  I haven't used them any other way though.  

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