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    i put oats and whey in brownies...






    can whey cook? lmao j.w

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    For some reason, I kinda thought (read somewhere) that cooking whey does lose it's value but I could be wrong. I've thought about doing that but I thought that it could be just risking it. Just IMO.
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    well its damn good

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    Are you removing the brownie mix and replacing it with whey or are you adding the whey to the mix?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKIRA
    Are you removing the brownie mix and replacing it with whey or are you adding the whey to the mix?
    ? then it would just be baked whey, it wouldnt be brownies.
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    Hell with that. Just cook your brownies and drink a protein shake with it. Sounds like to much work for me! Besides I definitly wouldnt wanna ruin brownies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FishOrCutBait
    ? then it would just be baked whey, it wouldnt be brownies.
    Why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FishOrCutBait
    ? then it would just be baked whey, it wouldnt be brownies.
    The wpild still be brownies. The whey probably won't still have it's nutritional value.

    Think your wasting a whey if you don't get enough?????????

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