How do you make protein shakes/milkshakes?

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Wanderer
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I think a milkshake is just as good, the ones u buy from a shop, like a yazhoo is good for after training
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I have no idea if the ingredients benefit me though.

1. Ice
2. Milk
3. Ice-cream
4. Yoghurt
5. Oreo
6. Protein Whey

I blend them using my own blender that can crush ice.

Have to drink it immediately before the Oreo bits settle.
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i do pretty much what fir_nev said just without oreos or yoghurt and with 2-3 eggs

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eggs? you mean, like you cook them then pour it inside?

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nah you dont cook them - just get a couple from the fridge and put them in [without the shell obviously]

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matt_a wrote:nah you dont cook them - just get a couple from the fridge and put them in [without the shell obviously]
That is what my body-building friend eats almost everyday! Yucks!
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fir_nev wrote:
matt_a wrote:nah you dont cook them - just get a couple from the fridge and put them in [without the shell obviously]
That is what my body-building friend eats almost everyday! Yucks!
Yeah I second that, dun think I'll b putting eggs, I mean, even if your tongue can stand it, won't raw eggs give your stomach a rough time..
So anyway jz milk, whey protein, some yoghurt, ice, alright huh?

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You might want to add specific amounts so we don't overdo some of the materials (for me, particularly the ice cream :D )

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Kakasgotskillz wrote:You might want to add specific amounts so we don't overdo some of the materials (for me, particularly the ice cream :D )
One scoop should be enough to create the froth.
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Is it compulsory?
or cud you substitute ice cream with yoghurt or frozen yoghurt?
yeah I noe I'm ignorant but we dun exactly live in a shake country..

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Wanderer wrote:Is it compulsory?
or cud you substitute ice cream with yoghurt or frozen yoghurt?
yeah I noe I'm ignorant but we dun exactly live in a shake country..
U can make shakes out of anything! My friend puts mango/banana instead of ice-cream.
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