Yeah, hubby LOATHES nog (too thick, he says). I spent the first 8 years of our marriage trying to get him to LIKE it. Not happening. Fortunately, he's still a sport about most of my other concoctions.
If I'm going to have some nog, there better be some alcohol with it.
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One scoop of your basic protein powder has about 25-30 grams of protein and about two hundred calories give or take. HWC is very calorie dense probably more towards the rare treat-desert end of the spectrum rather than a snack or post workout drink.
Raw eggs - pastured farm eggs - most likely ok. Conventional chickenssqueezedintoabox - higher risk.
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"When I got too tired to run anymore I just pretended I wasnt tired and kept running anyway" - my daughter Age 7
You're only getting half of the calories from the eggs that they nominally contain. When you cook eggs, you can get 90% of the nominal calories. Take it into your calculations if it's important. Also, raw egg whites can be difficult to digest. I only use the raw yolks in my nog, and add the leftover whites to my omelettes.
I thought cooking took out the nutrients?
Daisy, we can't afford a lot of organic. We just get what we can at the grocery store. We can get 5 dozen eggs for $3-$5 depending on who's having a sale, and a half pint of HWC usually runs 50c - $1 (it's for Meadow Gold).
Post workout is usually my first meal of the day (which is why I mentioned super nog as post workout fuel)