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    Wow, great combinations. Thanks! Is there another way to beef up the protein other than with dairy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakura_girl View Post
    Wow, great combinations. Thanks! Is there another way to beef up the protein other than with dairy?

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    Any protein powder of choice + 1 T gelatin. That's what I do. It doesn't have to be with whey protein powder. Rice/potato/egg white protein work.
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    I'm loving this chocolate milk thing, with sugar and cocoa, but just to make sure, Hershey's dark cocoa powder is good right?
    And with these suggestions for blending up fruit and stuff,are they all in addition to yogurt/milk?
    Like the pineapple/honey/lime and milk?

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    And which protein powder tends to be the cheapest and purest?

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    Primal with MOAR Peat: Food & Hormone Discussion (Ray Peat Followers)

    Quote Originally Posted by mamaherrera View Post
    I'm loving this chocolate milk thing, with sugar and cocoa, but just to make sure, Hershey's dark cocoa powder is good right?
    And with these suggestions for blending up fruit and stuff,are they all in addition to yogurt/milk?
    Like the pineapple/honey/lime and milk?
    No. It was for food processor to make sorbet.

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    I was jw, are sweets like japanese mochi and yokan ok ? (in moderation of course).
    They are high in refined white sugar, which Peat seems to say is ok but he doesn't say how much.
    It doesn't contain gluten or any "toxins" per say.
    I know it also contains red bean paste, but if you look on the nutrition facts of any mochi dessert, it has no fat grams & is basically pure carbs/sugar, so I figure the PUFA/bean content is negligible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mamaherrera View Post
    And which protein powder tends to be the cheapest and purest?
    Eggs have something like 96% bioavailability as a protein source naturally.

    Add a scoop or two of gelatin? Suddenly this egg is 99% bioavailable.

    Cheap, no-filler added, and extremely usable homemade protein powder base for shakes and smoothies of all types.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfi56 View Post
    I was jw, are sweets like japanese mochi and yokan ok ? (in moderation of course).
    They are high in refined white sugar, which Peat seems to say is ok but he doesn't say how much.
    It doesn't contain gluten or any "toxins" per say.
    I know it also contains red bean paste, but if you look on the nutrition facts of any mochi dessert, it has no fat grams & is basically pure carbs/sugar, so I figure the PUFA/bean content is negligible.

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    I think if you make everything from scratch, including the red bean paste, it's fine. Soaking beans make them easier to digest.

    Could you substitute agar with gelatin in that recipe?


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    [QUOTE=girlhk;1455839]I think if you make everything from scratch, including the red bean paste, it's fine. Soaking beans make them easier to digest.

    Could you substitute agar with gelatin in that recipe?


    Srry I just gave the link as an example of the ingredients, but I was actually just referring to store-bought:P, and was wondering if the PUFA was negligible?

    Sorry, a couple more questions:
    Does Peat say anywhere for a recommended limit on refined sugar consumption/day?
    And on a separate note, has anyone noticed their acne worsen from Peat? I've always had a serving of yogurt/day, but for the stint that I tried eating according to Peat and increased my dairy intake of cott cheese, cheese, kefir and yogurt I noticed my acne worsen. I have heard that dairy can cause acne, but Peat doesn't really mention anything about this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfi56 View Post
    Srry I just gave the link as an example of the ingredients, but I was actually just referring to store-bought:P, and was wondering if the PUFA was negligible?
    Store-bought items often contain additives, preservatives, coloring, etc and that's why I avoid them.. not because of the PUFA.

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