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  • RedSparrows 27 Jul 2009 12:31:19 20,747 posts
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    banana
    oats
    honey
    vanilla ice cream
    milk
    more honey

    orgasm

    I much prefer milky smoothies to iced fruit ones, which just...suck in comparison. DA TRUTH.
  • sport 11 Jun 2012 13:51:09 12,043 posts
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    anthonypappa wrote:
    also, why frozen fruit? does that turn it into an ice cream?
    It chills the smoothie, without watering it down if you use ice.
  • DaM 11 Jun 2012 13:51:52 12,603 posts
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    RedSparrows wrote:
    banana
    oats
    honey
    vanilla ice cream
    milk
    more honey

    orgasm

    I much prefer milky smoothies to iced fruit ones, which just...suck in comparison. DA TRUTH.
    Is the orgasm in the ingredient list? It needs something savoury to take the edge off the sweetness.
  • sport 11 Jun 2012 14:00:46 12,043 posts
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    Simplest and best smoothie I know (and I've used throughout my current program as a recovery drink):

    Skim milk
    Low-fat (or zero %) Greek Yogurt
    1 Banana
    1 generous tablespoon of peanut butter


    Pure heaven.
  • BinaryBob101 11 Jun 2012 14:44:51 21,966 posts
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    Fucking hell that is very odd, I was just about to post the exact same recipe sport.

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  • sport 11 Jun 2012 14:49:22 12,043 posts
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    BinaryBob101 wrote:
    Fucking hell that is very odd, I was just about to post the exact same recipe sport.

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    I had to leave the goose fat out though :-(
  • BinaryBob101 11 Jun 2012 14:50:39 21,966 posts
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    Could do with a little maple syrup too.

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  • sport 11 Jun 2012 14:53:37 12,043 posts
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    BinaryBob101 wrote:
    Could do with a little maple syrup too.
    yeah, I've added a little honey in the past, but to be honest, nice and simple is how I prefer it. Plus it ain't too sweet then.
  • simplerotation 11 Jun 2012 16:14:10 332 posts
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    To avoid massive sugar rush, try and stick to the low GI fruits, like dark berries, pears and apples, and away from the high GI fruits like watermelon, mangos etc.
    Carrots are a good veggie choice, as is kale :)

    If you go on a site for a smoothie place, you'll see the difference in calories and sugar depending on the fruit you're using. The red/berry based ones are normally much better for you.

    Top tip! I add silken Tofu to mine instead of yoghurt to make them creamy and add extra low fat protein, you totally can't taste it, just make sure it's the silken (strained) kind or it will be lumpy if you can't stand tofu (you totally can't taste it) Fage 0% greek yoghurt is amazing, loads of protein to keep you full, low sugar and no fat.
  • Deleted user 5 November 2012 15:59:58
    Lately Ive been rocking:

    1% Milk
    2 Bananas
    Blueberries
    2 tablespoons of freshly ground Flaxseed
    1 tablespoon of Coconut Oil
    1 slight drizzle of Organic Greek Honey

    Full to the brim with Omega-3, Antioxidants and all that jazz. I even throw a handful of fresh Spinach in from time to time, it has zero impression on the taste.
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