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    Yet Another Protein Powder Thread

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    Because I like to keep things going instead of thredromancy or archiving. Forums are -social-.

    Anyways, let us remind ourselves of good brands of Whey Protein, for days when we can't / don't want to cook, or whatever.

    Criterion!

    No soy!
    No BS additives!

    I found:

    Amazon.com: Raw Organic Whey - USDA Certified Organic Whey Protein: Health & Personal Care

    You?

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    That's fucking expensive. My protein powder:

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    Why don't you bros just eat cottage cheese? 48oz is 160g of protein and like 1.1k calories.

    It's only 50g carbs too!
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    Rich, that's got soy in it.

    Derpamix - good point, and there's yogurt as well. However, in my case I seek something generally low carb. Others may have different intent.

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    Cottage cheese is low carb though. You get over 100g for less than 40 carbs alone. If you're searching for zero carb options, then idk, I guess you can stick to protein powders. They've always felt like a waste of money to me though. Less than optimal amino acid profile too(high in cysteine, histadine, methionine, and tryptophan)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Derpamix View Post
    That's fucking expensive. My protein powder:

    You should buy that by the pound. Much easier to measure out with a spoon than to rip open those little packets. And lots cheaper, too.

    Cheese is for those days I don't feel like cooking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eKatherine View Post
    You should buy that by the pound. Much easier to measure out with a spoon than to rip open those little packets. And lots cheaper, too.
    I should. I buy the 32 packet box for like 8.99 at Vons. I've spilled countless amounts of gelatin ripping open the packets, you don't even know ;_;

    These?

    Knox Original Gelatin, Unflavored, 16-Ounces Cans (Pack of 2): Amazon.com: Grocery & Gourmet Food
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    Organic and grass fed don't make a difference in protein powder really. I just buy whatever brand has the highest protein percentage. I would like to buy isolate to eliminate most lactose but I can't justify the price difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derpamix View Post
    I should. I buy the 32 packet box for like 8.99 at Vons. I've spilled countless amounts of gelatin ripping open the packets, you don't even know ;_;

    These?

    Knox Original Gelatin, Unflavored, 16-Ounces Cans (Pack of 2): Amazon.com: Grocery & Gourmet Food
    Like that.

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