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    Quote Originally Posted by cole205 View Post
    Has anyone noticed the price has skyrocketed? I buy an 11lb bag from MyProtein (England) and its usually 70. I just looked today it was 220! outrage

    Robert, what is a good plan for economical consumption of protein powder?

    Thanks
    If you’re in the UK get a Revolut account and download their chrome plugin. It automatically tries every discount code it can find. I got about £80 off my order last time. Works for all online shopping too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Santana View Post
    Quest chips are pretty good too. I'm a big fan when I'm in a pinch.
    I saw those but the price is fairly steep. I've been using the Whips brand cheese snacks as a morning snack without breaking the calorie budget but adding some protein.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ErinKeegan View Post
    Cool! I've never thought about it, thanks
    Erin,
    The Voltrx electric mixer bottle is the best I've found and it USB rechargeable when it runs down.
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    I bought a bunch of these 4oz containers that will hold one scoop of protein powder.
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    So every morning I load two containers of powder, on flavored and the other unflavored and the bottle with 12 oz of clean water (our water is terrible.) I use that ratio mix to make it about the same thickness as the ready to drink versions, plus i get twice the protein content.

    For me, if I get it in the refrigerator by lunch time, it's cold enough by 400 for a snack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cole205 View Post
    Has anyone noticed the price has skyrocketed? I buy an 11lb bag from MyProtein (England) and its usually 70. I just looked today it was 220! outrage

    Robert, what is a good plan for economical consumption of protein powder?

    Thanks
    I've noticed this too. I've stopped using protein powder all together now and switched to Aldi's 20% fat mince (ground beef). It's £3.87 a kilogram. I salt it at 15 grams per kg and rest it in the fridge overnight. I'm finding that cooking in the air-fryer as 225 gram (~ 1/4 pound) burger patties, each one having about 20 grams of protein, and taking them to work with me is just as convenient as protein shakes.

    The air-fryer allows me to shower while they are being cooked, and the salt makes the texture better and at £3.87 it works out whey (pun) cheaper than protein powder.

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