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I cant stand casein shakes. I have tried a few and in various ways but they make me gag. I always end up using it up in my porrige in the mornings.

So at night I tend to have cottage cheese. If I haven't got that in I have a couple of slices of peanut butter on toast with a glass of milk (this any good?)

What other alternatives are there out there for slow release nght time protein?
 

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Jalapa said:
quark, nice. Thought it was a typo until I googled it. Wonder if they sell it at the spar.
Make sure it's in a round pot. Tesco sells some brand in a square pot and it's vile sour stuff.

Morrisons on the other hand it lovely stuff, just the right texture and low in fat great stuff.

Could try soy protein and a bit of pb to slow things down, i have it unflavoured and don't mind it at all. You being an ex veggie should be used to the taste anyway.
 

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Jalapa said:
So at night I tend to have cottage cheese. If I haven't got that in I have a couple of slices of peanut butter on toast with a glass of milk (this any good?)
That sound good to me but I wouldn't have the bread or the milk before bed, just cottage cheese or peanut butter

quark cheese is to expensive for me
 

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i just add up some cottage cheese with whey shake sometimes..

and if i am dieting for a show and cutting out lactose... then i throw in few fish oil caps along with whey shake. Fish oil along with any protein completely slows down the absorption.

logic - fat slows down food absorption and keeps insulin spike in complete check. Tat too if it is essential fat then its all healthy too...
 

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Dazzza said:
Make sure it's in a round pot. Tesco sells some brand in a square pot and it's vile sour stuff.

Morrisons on the other hand it lovely stuff, just the right texture and low in fat great stuff.

Could try soy protein and a bit of pb to slow things down, i have it unflavoured and don't mind it at all. You being an ex veggie should be used to the taste anyway.
What do you have the quark with?
 

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I just slam 2 eggs and a small dollop of peanut butter in my bedtime shake, also have it with milk rather than water. The fat should ensure a decent release.

Need to get smooth peanut butter rather than crunchy though or you get loads of bits of nuts at the bottom of your shake haha
 

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akalatengo said:
That sound good to me but I wouldn't have the bread or the milk before bed, just cottage cheese or peanut butter

quark cheese is to expensive for me
70p a tub? Less than £2.50 a week at half a tub a day. Mix it with flavoured whey and jobs a good un!

Quark goes very well in cheesecakes for all those who want a nice healthy dessert for the weekends.
 
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