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Recipes discussion on oatmeal, within the Bodybuilding Forum; Originally Posted by Jeff_Brodsky If you love peanut butter and jelly you'll love this- sometimes I'll cook up some plain ...


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Old 04-07-2006, 08:28 AM   #11
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If you love peanut butter and jelly you'll love this-

sometimes I'll cook up some plain oatmeal.. add a tbsp of natural peanut butter and 2 tbsp of Smuckers sugar free strawberry preserves.. add 2 packets of splenda.. mix it up.. it's freakin awesome.

eat it for breakfast along with some egg whites or during the day w/ your protein shake as a snak

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that sounds very different. I'll have to try that out soon.
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Then she asked if I had any maple syrup. It was real good actually. It's like eating soggy French toast. and I was thinking it would be a great meal, with some protein, for pre or post workout, with some simple sugar and the complex carbs from the oatmeal. or you could have sugar free syrup instead. Has anybody else tried this?
Yeah, that's a mainstay for me. Once or twice every day I'll make a big bowl of oatmeal and throw in a scoop of ON's 100% whey. As a kid I used to always put maple syrup on it..I don't anymore. Chocolate 100% whey and oatmeal is the shit IMO.

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Old 04-09-2006, 03:13 PM   #13
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0311 do you ever have a problem with digestion when eating oatmeal several time a day?

I started eating it 3 x a day and man.. it brings tears to my fiance's eyes. I've found beano to be somewhat helpful.. but it's damn expensive

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0311 do you ever have a problem with digestion when eating oatmeal several time a day?

I started eating it 3 x a day and man.. it brings tears to my fiance's eyes. I've found beano to be somewhat helpful.. but it's damn expensive
Lol..No, I only eat oatmeal/protein once or twice a day when it's more convenient than trying to cook. Look into Walmart Metamucil or if you have more money to spend, go to somewhere like Costco Wholesale..They have enough servings in an $18 to last a half year. I use 2-4 tablespoons per day of Metamucil and have never felt this good!

My stomach is a rock. I've been forcefeeding myself for so long that I can eat just about anything to go along with my 400 grams a day of protien. The only requirement my body needs is that fiber supplement.
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Old 04-09-2006, 05:15 PM   #15
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cool thanks, I'll check it out
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If you love peanut butter and jelly you'll love this-

sometimes I'll cook up some plain oatmeal.. add a tbsp of natural peanut butter and 2 tbsp of Smuckers sugar free strawberry preserves.. add 2 packets of splenda.. mix it up.. it's freakin awesome.

eat it for breakfast along with some egg whites or during the day w/ your protein shake as a snak

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that sounds bangin ... i might add some cottage cheese to it too. Good look jeff.
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hadn't thought of that (cottage cheese)... Let me know how it tastes
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Yeah, I like to mix natural peanut butter with cooked rolled oats and add a little sea salt and sometimes add in some whey protein also.

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yep oatmeal works well with maple syrup, tried it lots of times
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yep oatmeal works well with maple syrup, tried it lots of times
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