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  • #628824
    utopia78
    Pro
    Toronto, ON

    Does anyone here drink a health liquid for lunch instead of real food . I’m think of trying some brand . Tired of feeling full and not being able to move lol .

    I’ve been having the Dymatize Nutrition drink ISO whey protein. 40 grams of protein per drink and seems to really give me a boost!



    @jkirk
    probably know more about it

    A Working Pro since 2004

    #628858

    Made smoothies all weekend ,
    Milk
    Two yogurt
    One banana
    1cup of strawberries
    A couple of big scoops of chocolate ice cream
    1/4 cup of oats

    Pretty filling

    Oats in a smoothie? Never seen that. Do you mean like Quaker Oats? Do they get stuck in the straw?

    I do. Just oats – rolled, quick, whatever. The blender turns them to dust which gives nice body

    And makes it more filling

    Finally tried a smoothie with Quaker Oats. It’s OK! Thanks for the tip Eric!

    Any time. I really like how filling it is

    #628862

    Does anyone here drink a health liquid for lunch instead of real food . I’m think of trying some brand . Tired of feeling full and not being able to move lol .

    I’ve been having the Dymatize Nutrition drink ISO whey protein. 40 grams of protein per drink and seems to really give me a boost!

    @jkirk probably know more about it

    Those sound good Chris,
    Where do you buy them, is that the name iso protein drink.

    #628863
    jkirk
    Moderator
    halifax, nova scotia

    i dont drink them for lunch but i do make my own after a workout, i use whey protein isolate, glutamine and creatine mixed with milk, half a banana and blue berries.

    the protein is for repairing muscle, glutamine is a recovery agent which speeds reduces “D.O.M.S” DELAYED ONSET MUSCLE SORENESS, creatine helps with recovery and also helps develop strength

    some of the premade drinks can taste very chalky and some taste really good but can be quite expensive

    heres a tip, dont fart in a space suit

    #628882
    Doobie
    Moderator

    Made smoothies all weekend ,
    Milk
    Two yogurt
    One banana
    1cup of strawberries
    A couple of big scoops of chocolate ice cream
    1/4 cup of oats

    Pretty filling

    Oats in a smoothie? Never seen that. Do you mean like Quaker Oats? Do they get stuck in the straw?

    I do. Just oats – rolled, quick, whatever. The blender turns them to dust which gives nice body

    And makes it more filling

    Finally tried a smoothie with Quaker Oats. It’s OK! Thanks for the tip Eric!

    Any time. I really like how filling it is

    It does make it thicker. And it also tends to not seperate if you leave your drink sitting around a while. Both my wife and son didn’t notice a taste difference, just a thicker texture. I like it and I think I’ll keep doing this on a go forward basis. It’s more nutritional too.

    #629062

    Made smoothies all weekend ,
    Milk
    Two yogurt
    One banana
    1cup of strawberries
    A couple of big scoops of chocolate ice cream
    1/4 cup of oats

    Pretty filling

    Oats in a smoothie? Never seen that. Do you mean like Quaker Oats? Do they get stuck in the straw?

    I do. Just oats – rolled, quick, whatever. The blender turns them to dust which gives nice body

    And makes it more filling

    Finally tried a smoothie with Quaker Oats. It’s OK! Thanks for the tip Eric!

    Any time. I really like how filling it is

    It does make it thicker. And it also tends to not seperate if you leave your drink sitting around a while. Both my wife and son didn’t notice a taste difference, just a thicker texture. I like it and I think I’ll keep doing this on a go forward basis. It’s more nutritional too.

    Good idea, I make mine about the same but always include some organic kale or spinach, really can’t taste it. Havn’t tried the oatmeal,

    #629819
    RonW
    Moderator
    Holladay, Tn

    Spun a chicken on my new JoeTisserie. It’s a cool little contraption for the KamadoJoe grill. They say it will fit the green egg too.

    Ron

    A Working Pro since 1994!

    Member since March 26, 2014.

    #629847

    Spun a chicken on my new JoeTisserie. It’s a cool little contraption for the KamadoJoe grill. They say it will fit the green egg too.

    Wow that looks delicious Ron,
    Must be nice and crispy the skin, but I’m sure that it’s nice and juicy inside,
    Good job.

    #630161
    smallerstick
    Pro
    North Bay, ON

    Spun a chicken on my new JoeTisserie. It’s a cool little contraption for the KamadoJoe grill. They say it will fit the green egg too.

    I would like to give that a try on the egg. I guess closing the lid is not an option lol

    BE the change you want to see.
    Even if you can’t Be The Pro… Be The Poster you’d want to read.

    #630174
    roninohio
    Pro
    New Franklin, OH

    Spun a chicken on my new JoeTisserie. It’s a cool little contraption for the KamadoJoe grill. They say it will fit the green egg too.

    That looks delicious Ron . Looks like you eat well down there!
    Would like to put a rotisserie in my fireplace.

    #630190
    Doobie
    Moderator

    Spun a chicken on my new JoeTisserie. It’s a cool little contraption for the KamadoJoe grill. They say it will fit the green egg too.

    Yummy! I’ve done it also with some thick slices of Danish bacon strapped around the outside. Extra basting flavour.

    Shoving a cut up lemon inside is another cool flavour option.

    #630206
    rerun_1965
    Pro
    holladay, TN
    #630323
    RonW
    Moderator
    Holladay, Tn

    I smoked two Boston Butts on my Kamado Joe for Memorial Day. Put them on at 10PM Sunday night and pulled them off at 1pm Monday. They cooked at 225-235 for 15 hrs. Sure were tasty!

    Ron

    A Working Pro since 1994!

    Member since March 26, 2014.

    #630340

    I smoked two Boston Butts on my Kamado Joe for Memorial Day. Put them on at 10PM Sunday night and pulled them off at 1pm Monday. They cooked at 225-235 for 15 hrs. Sure were tasty!

    Wow Ron, you really have been cooking lol
    Thanks now I’m starving again lol
    Seriously looks great

    #630343
    smallerstick
    Pro
    North Bay, ON

    I smoked two Boston Butts on my Kamado Joe for Memorial Day. Put them on at 10PM Sunday night and pulled them off at 1pm Monday. They cooked at 225-235 for 15 hrs. Sure were tasty!

    Good eats, Ron. It’s been a while since I’ve done butts; thanks for the reminder.

    What rub do you use for those?

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    Even if you can’t Be The Pro… Be The Poster you’d want to read.

    #630345
    RonW
    Moderator
    Holladay, Tn

    What rub do you use for those?

    On one I used Hogs N Heat Mild & Savory rub.
    And the other got a combo of Meat Church’s. Honey Hog Hot BBQ rub and Deez Nuts pecan rub.
    Both turned out real good and everyone raved about them. I preferred the Meat Church one. While my wife liked the other better. lol

    Ron

    A Working Pro since 1994!

    Member since March 26, 2014.

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    #630348
    smallerstick
    Pro
    North Bay, ON

    What rub do you use for those?

    On one I used Hogs N Heat Mild & Savory rub.
    And the other got a combo of Meat Church’s. Honey Hog Hot BBQ rub and Deez Nuts pecan rub.
    Both turned out real good and everyone raved about them. I preferred the Meat Church one. While my wife liked the other better. lol

    Thanks, Ron, I’m gonna have to ask my Nashville connection to bring some of that up to us next trip.

    BE the change you want to see.
    Even if you can’t Be The Pro… Be The Poster you’d want to read.

    #630353
    Doobie
    Moderator

    What rub do you use for those?

    On one I used Hogs N Heat Mild & Savory rub.
    And the other got a combo of Meat Church’s. Honey Hog Hot BBQ rub and Deez Nuts pecan rub.

    So that’s where my kid gets that “Deez Nuts!” he says all the time. Go figure!

    #630358
    RonW
    Moderator
    Holladay, Tn

    What rub do you use for those?

    On one I used Hogs N Heat Mild & Savory rub.
    And the other got a combo of Meat Church’s. Honey Hog Hot BBQ rub and Deez Nuts pecan rub.
    Both turned out real good and everyone raved about them. I preferred the Meat Church one. While my wife liked the other better. lol

    Thanks, Ron, I’m gonna have to ask my Nashville connection to bring some of that up to us next trip.

    Not sure how often you go to Toronto? But I hear great things about Dickson Barbeque Centre. And they sell the Meat Church products.

    Dickson Barbeque Centre
    2030 Avenue Road
    Toronto, Ontario M5M 4A4
    Canada
    http://www.dicksonbbq.com

    Ron

    A Working Pro since 1994!

    Member since March 26, 2014.

    #630365
    smallerstick
    Pro
    North Bay, ON

    What rub do you use for those?

    On one I used Hogs N Heat Mild & Savory rub.
    And the other got a combo of Meat Church’s. Honey Hog Hot BBQ rub and Deez Nuts pecan rub.
    Both turned out real good and everyone raved about them. I preferred the Meat Church one. While my wife liked the other better. lol

    Thanks, Ron, I’m gonna have to ask my Nashville connection to bring some of that up to us next trip.

    Not sure how often you go to Toronto? But I hear great things about Dickson Barbeque Centre. And they sell the Meat Church products.

    Dickson Barbeque Centre
    2030 Avenue Road
    Toronto, Ontario M5M 4A4
    Canada
    http://www.dicksonbbq.com

    I know that place but it’s been years since I have been in there. I will check it out for sure. Thanks for the link, @ronw

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