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Old 02-06-2011, 09:42 AM
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Default Oats are tasty with milk.

Everyone seems to have there oats with water so i was wondering whether its some kind of crime to have it with milk. Im young and bulking so surely its okay to have my morning oats with milk?? I could eat them with water if i had to it just makes them so bland.

oats + milk + sultanas = yummy.

I try to eat as clean as possible but i am 17 so i thought i would be able to get away with milking up my oats and eating the odd bit of dark chocolate. Anyone think this is a bad idea?
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Old 02-06-2011, 03:32 PM
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Heh, that's fine. I have my oatmeal with milk and a scoop of vanilla protein powder. That way I get my combination of carbs, protein, and vitamins. Keep up the good work!
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Old 02-07-2011, 06:46 AM
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Yea nice combo man! I have my oats like that sometimes as well! Cheers man i will keep up the hard work
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Old 02-07-2011, 03:58 PM
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If you want some really good stuff try throwing down some coconut milk (from the can) in there. Good fats, good benefits and plenty of cals for a bulk. Plus it tastes great.
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Coconut milk aye... i will have to give it a try! Do you use that instead of milk or mix it in with the milk?

Going off on a tangent here to meat products i think im going to start eating kangaroo! Im from Australia so kangaroo meat is very cheap and accessible and its like 2% fat and packed with protein!!! So it seems like a good option instead of beef.
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Old 02-08-2011, 08:28 AM
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hahah! man, im from australia too, and i rarely see kangaroo meat being sold :S. id love to try it though.

but apart from that, milk in oats is not a problem, i do it all the time.
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Well im in Tasmania and yea its not really a problem buying it which is sweet. Adds a bit of variety to my diet! I shall continue having milk with my oats then!
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Coconut milk aye... i will have to give it a try! Do you use that instead of milk or mix it in with the milk?
I usually make my oatmeal with water and then add some coconut milk while cooking and a bit on top before eating. I think if I made it with just straight coconut milk it would be a bit to creamy for my liking, but give it a try if you want.
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Everyone seems to have there oats with water so i was wondering whether its some kind of crime to have it with milk. Im young and bulking so surely its okay to have my morning oats with milk?? I could eat them with water if i had to it just makes them so bland.

oats + milk + sultanas = yummy.

I try to eat as clean as possible but i am 17 so i thought i would be able to get away with milking up my oats and eating the odd bit of dark chocolate. Anyone think this is a bad idea?
odd bit of dark chocolate will cause no harm.. if you can keep it to an odd bit
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Old 02-09-2011, 11:26 AM
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haha dont worry man i keep to an ''odd' amount - 23 is usually my number. kidding
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