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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Did u try the plain one? Unless you flavour it with a fruit puree or something it tastes horrendous! I have the sachet strawberry or passionfruit ones tho cause i cbf all the extra effort.
    Yeah, it was flavoured! I've gone back to Danone. Don't think they are as healthy but taste 1000 times better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheekychook View Post
    Yeah, it was flavoured! I've gone back to Danone. Don't think they are as healthy but taste 1000 times better!
    I only eat chobani cause the protein count is so high! It took me a long time to accept the taste. I used to eat the delicious gippsland yogurt. Oh mannn so goooood and chobani tastes feral compared to that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    I only eat chobani cause the protein count is so high! It took me a long time to accept the taste. I used to eat the delicious gippsland yogurt. Oh mannn so goooood and chobani tastes feral compared to that!
    Oh yes. I had heard it was high in proton. I just compared the two ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1402834003.223579.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1402834013.778928.jpg

    Eta: chobani is the clear winner.

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    Chobani is delicious, as is the Danone greek. The honey and blueberry for both are my favs.

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    Joining, I lost 25 kg in the past low carb high protein, I've since been pregnant and gained a tonne of weight :/ I'm starting low carb again

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    Im a real weirdo i love the sachet chobani but if i hafto eat it from a tub i hate it. *raises eyebrows at self* i wish i loved honey but it gives me a belly ache!


    So for people looking for meal tips, i find a bunch of stuff on pinterest. And theres a stack of paelo recipes where u can bump the protein right up.

    I make an awesome fried rice with grated cauliflower instead of rice and then have it with some marinated chicken breast. I also make turkey meatballs in a homemade sghetti sauce with zuchinni strands sautéed with garlic instead of spaghetti.

    If it gets too boring i end up feel sick and unable to even look at bland food.

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    Oh @Zombieeyes that cauliflower fried rice sounds brilliant!! Do you have a recipe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElizaDoLittle View Post
    Oh @Zombieeyes that cauliflower fried rice sounds brilliant!! Do you have a recipe?
    Here you go hunni. You'll never eat it with rice again!

    http://www.familyfreshmeals.com/2013...ried-rice.html

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    Is the cauli raw? I've seen so many people talk about substituting it for rice. Is it good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Here you go hunni. You'll never eat it with rice again!

    http://www.familyfreshmeals.com/2013...ried-rice.html
    I'm so trying this after shopping this week, it looks so yummy

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