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    Egg whites VERY late at night?






    Well, its finals, and that means a very late night, just wanted to know if its okay to eat several cooked egg whites this late.

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    Yup, its fine. You should add in a yolk or 2 to slow down digestion or fish oil.



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    best thing to eat late is cottage cheese

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    best thing to eat late is cottage cheese
    that is good too.. but I wouldnt say the "best" Egg is also a very slow digesting protein source, alike casein protein in cottage cheese.

    I too, also add some fat with the egg white- yokls are great as Jodi said. natural peanut butter is good on eggs. melts and yummy. I know, I am weird
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    Ewww PB on eggs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seanp156
    Ewww PB on eggs

    yes. and its good. very good. dont say anything unless you try!
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    Quote Originally Posted by atherjen
    yes. and its good. very good. dont say anything unless you try!
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    Quote Originally Posted by atherjen
    yes. and its good. very good. dont say anything unless you try!
    This is true! You'd be surprised what goes well with natty PB!

    On my last cut I would mix tuna and PB all together a put it into a ziploc bag. When it was time to eat at work I would just bite the end off and squeeze the combo out...tasted great! Or another for my low carb days was grilled chicken breast with pb melted on top!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadBolt
    This is true! You'd be surprised what goes well with natty PB!

    On my last cut I would mix tuna and PB all together a put it into a ziploc bag. When it was time to eat at work I would just bite the end off and squeeze the combo out...tasted great! Or another for my low carb days was grilled chicken breast with pb melted on top!

    SEE I am not the only crazy one!!!!!!!!!!!
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    I am game - I will try this on my next low carb day and if I puke it will be all your fault!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by DeadBolt
    This is true! You'd be surprised what goes well with natty PB!

    On my last cut I would mix tuna and PB all together a put it into a ziploc bag. When it was time to eat at work I would just bite the end off and squeeze the combo out...tasted great! Or another for my low carb days was grilled chicken breast with pb melted on top!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadBolt
    This is true! You'd be surprised what goes well with natty PB!

    On my last cut I would mix tuna and PB all together a put it into a ziploc bag. When it was time to eat at work I would just bite the end off and squeeze the combo out...tasted great! Or another for my low carb days was grilled chicken breast with pb melted on top!
    I just threw up in my mouth.
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    You guys are sick



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    I put PB on my tacos......

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    Let me tell you. If penut butter was the last thing on earth and it was the only thing I could eat for the rest of my days to survive I would never complain. I love penut butter more than life its self.

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    I thought this thread was about egg whites!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoalGetter
    I thought this thread was about egg whites!
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    OK. Today is low/no carb day for me. I tried the tuna and Natty PB as you mentioned. I added some splenda. It was not great, however, it was not bad at all. So this is one I will keep. Thx!

    BTW, my cube mates think I am a little wacko eating this concoction.

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    This is true! You'd be surprised what goes well with natty PB!

    On my last cut I would mix tuna and PB all together a put it into a ziploc bag. When it was time to eat at work I would just bite the end off and squeeze the combo out...tasted great! Or another for my low carb days was grilled chicken breast with pb melted on top!
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    Quote Originally Posted by katt
    I put PB on my tacos......
    yer derty...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phred
    OK. Today is low/no carb day for me. I tried the tuna and Natty PB as you mentioned. I added some splenda. It was not great, however, it was not bad at all. So this is one I will keep. Thx!

    BTW, my cube mates think I am a little wacko eating this concoction.
    i think i just threw up in my mouth a little.

    you could always mix the tuna with mustard and just eat the PB off the spoon. my .02.
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    Quote Originally Posted by motionman04
    Well, its finals, and that means a very late night, just wanted to know if its okay to eat several cooked egg whites this late.
    it's fine.
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    since the topic is expanding a little, has anyone tried the seasoned tuna from starkist??

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    Quote Originally Posted by motionman04
    since the topic is expanding a little, has anyone tried the seasoned tuna from starkist??
    what is it seasoned with?
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    One of them is seasoned with lemon and I about puked when I tasted it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pepper
    One of them is seasoned with lemon and I about puked when I tasted it.
    LOL
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