What is a Whey Protein?
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It’s one of the best proteins you can eat, it has the right amino acid profile and it has lots of health benefits.
The best thing is you can buy it fresh from the supermarket and can store it in the fridge.
If you’ve been to the supermarket, you’ve probably noticed how expensive whey is.
Whey is made from milk.
It’s very expensive and expensive to make, but once it’s made, it takes time to ferment it.
So you can’t buy it from a supermarket.
The only place to buy it is at the store, which is not very convenient.
However, you can get it fresh if you buy it at the supermarket.
Here’s how to make whey.
Get your favourite food processor (or blender) and grind it all up into a paste.
In a mixing bowl, whisk together the whey powder, water, vinegar and salt.
Now add the wheys milk.
You want it to be a fairly thick paste.
You may need to add more vinegar to make sure it’s a thick paste, or you may need more salt if you’re using too much whey and not enough water.
You should end up with a paste that’s at least 2.5% whey protein.
Place the paste in the food processor and pulse until it’s completely mixed up.
Then add the rest of the ingredients.
Mix it all together until the mixture is smooth.
Add the shredded chicken.
This is the meat that you’ll be eating.
You can buy shredded chicken, but it’s not a good option.
You’re better off buying whole chicken because it has more protein.
Add a bit of salt if needed.
If it’s too salty, you could add more milk or water.
Once the wheymatch is ready, add a little extra salt if desired.
Serve it up.
It can be eaten warm or cold.
It tastes good when served cold, so you can add it to a bowl of soup.
Add some cheese to the top if you like.
I like to use an avocado.
You could also serve it with some pickles.
Nutrition Facts How to Make Whey Powder Amount Per Serving Calories 643 Calories from Fat 242 % Daily Value* Total Fat 29g 46% Saturated Fat 6g 25% Polyunsaturated Fat 2g Monounsaturated Fat 3g Sodium 538mg 30% Potassium 552mg 10% Total Carbohydrates 47g 20% Dietary Fiber 4g 16% Sugars 4g Protein 42g 78% Vitamin A 32.8% Vitamin C 10.1% Calcium 3.7% Iron 7.9% * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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