Has anyone tried the ON whey and oats?

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  1. pkr

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    If so, how is it?
     
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    i dont cook them.

    half a cup and whey in water pre wo

    1 cup and whey in water/milk post wo

    i love chewing them up
     
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    No, because ON whey is bland. I do it with my whey though.
     
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    don't you find that it gets too thick? what else do you add to the mixture?
     
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    water, whey, and grinded up oats
     
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    make sure you blend it to a blender or coffee grinder like the other guy said... its good too...try adding like banana or frozen fruits too...:drool:
     
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    Damn, i need to buy one of those
     
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    i do the same PWO, and add a tbsp of PB to it for breakfast.
     
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    get a magic bullet
     
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    I have this

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    chopping attachment works well on oats, and the blender is great for actually mixing shakes
     
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    minus well buy oat flour and save the extra step
     
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    swirl the glass before each sip.
     
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    if I do that I cook them and then blender them.
     
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    [​IMG] I think thread starter is talking specifically about this product. Not actually putting Oats in ON whey.

    Never tried the product but I used to blend up a cup of oats, 2 scoops of ON whey, 1tbsp anpb, and 12-14 oz water andsome ice... was a nice thick shake.
     
  17. pkr

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    Word

    There is some good knowledge in this thread though :cool:
     
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    I'd rather just have the protein and add my own oats. Straight whey is a lot more multi-purpose, and adding oats is easy
     
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    if you cook them they blend smoothly into your drink and it doesnt feel like ground up dirt or sand in the bottom of the cup.
     
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