3lbs ground turkey
2 red peppers (any color)
1 bag riced Cauliflower
Mushrooms (I used fresh baby Bella’s this time)
1/4 cup Braggs liquid aminos
And I topped it with jalepeno pepper flakes
Pour olive oil to coat the bottom of the pan a little extra is ok!
Brown the meat and season it then drain offf the excess oil into the original container and throw out! Don’t clog your sink drain!
Then add the remaining ingredients and stir thouroughly!
Cover and cook on 5 for 10mins
Add the jalepeno flakes garnish
Remove from heat and allow to cool a little and then enjoy! It’s that easy!
**Update** July 2nd this time they only had Broccoli and Cauliflower rice mix, which is great because I love both!
CHIPSAREN’T WHAT THEY USED TO BEChips have always been delicious. No argument there. But the carb-loaded snacks have always been reserved for cheat days or impulsive munching… until now.With 21 grams of high-quality protein per bag, Quest Protein Chips are the ONLY chips you can enjoy at the gym, on-the-go, or as an anytime snack completely guilt-free.In fact, guilt has nothing to do with it. Every bold, mouthwatering flavor has only 5g total carbs and zero junk ingredients, so eat the whole bag!
COMPARE TO OTHER PROTEIN SOURCES
Protein Blend (Milk Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Isolate), Dried Potatoes, Corn Starch, High Oleic Sunflower Oil. Contains less than 2% of the following: Sea Salt, Calcium Carbonate, Natural Flavors.
Savor the guilt free crunch of fresh sea salt sprinkled over baked, protein-chip goodness with 21g of healthy protein and only 5g total carbs per bag.
Smokey, backyard-BBQ flavor on a baked, savory chip. Bite into bold, BBQ flavor with a whopping 21g healthy protein and only 5g total carbs per bag.
Cheddar Sour Cream:
Tangy cheddar cheese and cool sour cream blend together for a delightfully sharp flavor you’ll love!!
These chips are amazing!! They have 21g of protein! That’s ridiculous! What’s more ridiculous is they taste nothing like a protein bar! No chalky aftertaste! Now don’t go expecting a greasy potato chip! Because you can’t have your cake and eat it too! But you can have a satisfying Carb-like snack on a low carb diet that’s power packed with protein and low carb! But tastes like its a guilty pleasure! The BBQ chips are amazing! With the cheddar 2nd and the sea salt 3rd. I am not a big fan of potato chips! I need to dip them! The flavored chips don’t need any dip! The sea salt I had with P28 protein peanut butter!
This Limited Edition Extended Director’s Cut* with over 10 minutes of new scenes, is not available in stores!
Exclusive Bonus Features Include:
Over 45 Minutes of Never Before Seen Footage
4 Deleted Scenes
The Making of Generation Iron Featurette
Feature Commentary with Phil Heath and Director Vlad Yudin
Uncut Interviews with Phil Heath, Kai Greene and Lou Ferrigno
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Fitness. Attitude. Lifestyle.
Generation Iron is a 2013 documentary film which follows the world’s leading bodybuilders as they train and compete for the coveted Mr. Olympia title. The film gives front row access to the lives of the top seven bodybuilders in the sport, including Phil Heath, Kai Greene, Branch Warren and Dennis Wolf. Mickey Rourke narrates the film, with appearances by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lou Ferrigno and Jay Cutler.
This movie is extremely well done!
For the most part the guys kept their egos out of the film and you got to see the real them! It was really nice!
Phil’s shoulders were rounder than Kai’s it was pretty close! Phil one by one point and I think it was shoulders!
Phil’s front double biceps was crazy too!
Branch is still my Favorite and I like Hidetada also he has amazing symmetry and is probably the most cut, he just needs more size.
They all rock! Best of the Best!
I would have like to see more training and more diet.
But It was very well done! Mickey Rourke did a great job commentating.
The part with Vic and his daughter was priceless!
To Kai, if that’s the truth; life is to short to be a lone wolf, dark horse! Surround yourself with people you care about, if you don’t have any find some!
Kai’s secret sauce lol : it’s a muscle meds commercial… 😭
The deleted scenes were great and shouldn’t have been cut out!
They have a lady they call Grandma (Sibil Peeters) the trainer from Hell. I would have liked to see her training Roelly! At her worst lol
There’s a one on one interview with Phil where he sets his ego aside and just be’s himself. Watch it!
This movie rocks and I can’t wait to watch it again this weekend!
I like Jim Stoppani keeping it real!
I also like the theme song by Mind the gap: Never gonna stop
Turkish & Mediterranean Restaurant
773 Horseblock Road
Farmingville, NY 11738
6am to Midnight 7 Days a week!
You can’t beat those hours!
And free delivery!
Authentic Mediterranean and Turkish Cuisine. This place is beyond Amazing! It is truly one of my favorite places on the planet to eat!! The food is delicious!! I have been here many times and the service is friendly and very helpful especially if you aren’t Turkish or Muslim and not used to the food or the menu.
They feature Halal Meat:
Halal (Arabic: حلال ḥalāl, “lawful”) is a term designating any object or an action which is permissible to use or engage in, according to Islamic law. The term is used to designate food seen as permissible according to Islamic law (Sharia, الشريعة الإسلامية). The opposite of this word is haraam.
Basically the meat is hung and drained of all blood unlike western meat (American Meat)
In my honest opinion it makes the meat cleaner and taste better. But it also costs more due to the fact that it shrinks quite considerably.
My favorite (if you have been following my blog you know I love spicy food) is the Beyti Kebob (lamb)
I can’t explain it but it tastes amazing!! It usually comes with basmati rice and a loaf of homemade bread. I also tried chicken sauté which was good but not even close to Beyti Kebob! The Chicken Adana Kebab is also great but isn’t as flavorable as the lamb.
They also make an amazing sweet and spicy sauce called Ezme
They are also very accommodating with diet requirements. I ask for a side salad instead of rice.
For dessert they make a great baked rice pudding called Sutlac! It is different from any other I have tried. My mothers homemade Rice pudding is the best as it is creamy and smooth (milky) in texture. Indian Kheer is made with Basmati rice and is also milky and smooth and the long grain thin rice lets it slide down your throat easily but is laden with a lot of different spices making it Taste totally different. Sutlac is kind of like traditional American Rice pudding in that it is thick and hearty with the baked film on top, but that’s where the similarities end. The taste is totally different and amazing you have to try it if you are a fan of rice pudding as I am. I am actually training making my recovery from shoulder surgery and I can’t indulge and it hurts lol, but make sure you try it!!
The atmosphere is quaint, they also have Turkish import products with a few tables kind of like a pizza place. They have Turkish Tv (usually soccer or the news) but don’t let the lack of romantic atmosphere stop you!
If you like good food with large portions and insanely cheap prices (who doesn’t) you better not skip over this recommendation!!!
Go!! And remember don’t be afraid to ask questions the staff is extremely friendly! They don’t discriminate (remember I’m 100% Italian American)
P.S. I would have taken pics of the food, but it’s too damn good to waste time not eating it lol sorry!! Go!!!
PPS I went back again the next day 2 days in a row! This time I took pics and added them above. This food rocks I had to show you!
You can see just how fresh and homemade it is!
Especially the Ezme just look at the colors and the fresh veggies and spices.
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Mexican Tuna (even though I’m 100% Italian lol)
2-4 cans tuna
1 cup black beans,
1/2 cup red kidney beans,
1/2 cup corn,
1 cup sliced jalapeños,
1/4 cup diced green and/or red peppers,
couple diced scallions,
optional baby corn a few pieces
1/2 cup plain fat-free greek yogurt
1/4 cup fat-free sour cream
This Recipe makes healthy and fun Tuna, why have the same boring tuna!
Also eliminate the mayo tradition.
Get plenty of vitamins and minerals from the added veggies and added protein and fiber from the beans
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OUTSTANDING FLAVOR, TEXTURE, FRAGRANCE & NUTRITION OF RAW
UNIQUE COCONUT VARIETY SUSTAINABLY SOURCED FROM SMALL ECOFARMS
CUTTING EDGE HEATLESS HIGH PRESSURE PROCESS FOR FOOD SAFETY
NOT FROM CONCENTRATE NOTHING ADDED OR TAKEN OUT
OF COURSE, 100% ORGANIC
LIKE ALL THINGS FRESH, REFRIGERATED
raw, unpasteurized cold pressed to release the water, never heated.
This is a pure, smooth, no pulp, coconut water, tastes just as if you cracked open the coconut yourself, but there is a lot more of it (they saved you from cracking open a few coconuts). If you like coconuts great! If you don’t… Drink it anyway! The positives outweigh the negatives! Power packed with nutrients, also said to have fat fighting properties.
Coconut water is a very refreshing drink to beat tropical summer thirst. The juice is packed with simple sugar, electrolytes, and minerals to replenish hydration levels in the body.
Research studies suggest that cytokinins (e.g., kinetin and trans-zeatin) in coconut water showed significant anti-ageing, anti-carcinogenic, and anti-thrombotic effects.
Coconut water has been generally offered to patients with diarrhea in many tropic regions to replace fluid loss from the gastrointestinal tract and reduce the need for intravenous therapy. The osmolarity of tender coconut water is slightly greater than that of WHO recommended ORS (Oral Rehydration Therapy) osmolarity. Presence of other biological constituents like amino acids, enzymes, minerals, and fatty acids may account for this higher osmolarity. However, unlike WHO-ORS, its water is very low in sodium and chlorides, but rich in sugars and amino acids. This well-balanced fluid composition with much needed calories would be an ideal drink than any other brand of soft drink beverages in dehydration conditions.
Coconut water is composed of many naturally occurring bioactive enzymes such as acid phosphatase, catalase, dehydrogenase, diastase, peroxidase, RNA polymerases etc. Altogether, these enzymes aid in digestion and metabolism.
Despite very light consistency, its water has much better composition of minerals like calcium, iron, manganese, magnesium, and zinc than some of fruits like oranges. (Compare mineral composition of oranges).
Its water is also a very good source of B-complex vitamins such as riboflavin, niacin, thiamin, pyridoxine, and folates. These vitamins are essential in the sense that body requires them from external sources to replenish.
Coconut water contains a very good amount of electrolyte potassium. 100 ml of water has 250 mg of potassium and 105 mg of sodium. Together, these electrolytes help replenish electrolytes deficiency in the body due to diarrhea (loose stools).
In addition, fresh coconut water has small amount of vitamin-C (ascorbic acid); provides about 2.4 mcg or 4% of RDA. Vitamin C is a water-soluble ant-oxidant.
See the table below for in depth analysis of nutrients:
Coconut water (Cocus nucifera), Fresh,
Nutrition Value per 100 g
(Source: USDA National Nutrient data base)
Principle Nutrient Value Percentage of RDA
Energy 19 Kcal 1%
Carbohydrates 3.71 g 3%
Protein 0.72 g 1.5%
Total Fat 0.20 g 1%
Cholesterol 0 mg 0%
Dietary Fiber 1.1 g 3%
Folates 3 µg 0.75%
Niacin 0.080 mg 0.5%
Pantothenic acid 0.043 mg <1%
Pyridoxine 0.032 mg 2.5%
Riboflavin 0.057 mg 4%
Thiamin 0.030 mg 2.5%
Vitamin C 2.4 mg 4%
Vitamin A 0 IU 0%
Vitamin E 0 mg 0%
Vitamin K 0 mcg 0%
Sodium 105 mg 7%
Potassium 250 mg 5%
Calcium 24 mg 2.4%
Copper 40 mcg 4.5%
Iron 0.29 mg 3.5%
Magnesium 25 mg 6%
Manganese 0.142 mg %
Zinc 0.10 mg 1%
Auxin (Gibberlin) Present —
Carotene, beta 0 µg —
Cytokines Present —
Lutein-zeaxanthin 0 µg —
Leucoanthocyanin Present —
suggested retail price of $2.49 per 8 oz. bottle. Makes it an affordable supplement (actually per vitamin content it is probably the cheapest supplement out there) just stop by GNC and look at the going prices for the comparable vitamins and this is 100% natural!
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Do our gut bacteria ‘control’ our desire to eat too much? Does that mean a cure for obesity is around the corner?
Do our gut bacteria ‘control’ our desire to eat too much?
By Rob Waugh
Last updated at 2:04 PM on 27th October 2011
Gut bacteria could ‘control’ our urge to eat too much – and even make us anxious until we give in and have a snack, says a University of Colorado bacteria expert.
Obese people have different bacteria in their guts than others. Those they have consume more energy – and may prompt their ‘hosts’ to do the same.
‘They’re not any better at extracting energy from the food. They’re just hungrier apparently,’ said Rob Knight of the University of Colorado.
‘There are more microbial cells in your body than there are brain cells. They may be outvoting you when it comes time to order at the restaurant.
‘What has been observed in humans with regard to obesity is that there seems to be a difference in the number of kinds of bacteria in the gut. That number is much lower in obese people than in healthy people.’
Knight is researching bacteria and their impact on human disorders such as obesity.
He uses specialist computer software to analyse large populations of bacteria, such as those found in the human stomach.
With his team, he has produced a bacterial ‘atlas’ of the human body, and has found that the type of microbes we carry around doesn’t just vary in the stomach, but all over.
Knight claims that the study of the bacteria inside human bodies could be as profitable an area of research as stem cells.
‘In terms of potential for human health, I would place it with stem cells as one of the two most promising areas of research at the moment,’ Knight told Discovery News. ‘We’re seeing an unprecedented rate of discovery. Everywhere we look, microbes seem to be involved.’
The stomach, despite being one of the harshest biological environments known, is nevertheless home to around 128 types of bacteria, with populations in the billions.
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Easy Thai Peanut Sauce – great for satay, Asian finger foods, or a vegetable platter!
Thai Peanut Sauce (Satay Sauce), Great for Dipping or Marinating!
While most Western versions of peanut sauce are made with peanut butter, this authentic Thai peanut sauce recipe starts with real peanuts – and you’ll taste the difference! At the same time, it’s super easy and quick to make. This peanut sauce can be used for a variety of purposes, from a dip for veggies to a sauce for chicken or beef satay. Or use it to make a yummy cold noodle salad or as a marinade for grilled chicken or tofu. A very easy and versatile peanut sauce recipe.
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Yield: SERVES 4-6 as a Dip
1 cup fresh-tasting dry roasted peanuts, unsalted
1/3 cup water
2 cloves garlic, minced
1/2 tsp. dark soy sauce
2 tsp. sesame oil
1/2 to 2 Tbsp. brown sugar, to taste
2 to 2.5 Tbsp. fish sauce – for vegetarians: substitute 2.5 to 3 Tbsp. regular soy sauce
1/2 tsp. tamarind paste OR 2 Tbsp. lime juice
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper, OR 1 tsp. Thai chili sauce (more or less to taste)
1/3 cup coconut milk
Place all ingredients in a blender or food processor. Blend or process until sauce is smooth. If you prefer a runnier peanut sauce, add a little more water or coconut milk.
Do a taste test, adding more fish sauce (or soy sauce) if not salty enough, or more cayenne if not spicy enough. If too salty, add a squeeze of fresh lime juice. If you’d prefer it sweeter, add a little more sugar.
Serve warm or at room temperature with my Thai Chicken Satay, as a dip with fresh veggies, with fresh spring rolls, or other Asian finger foods. Or combine with noodles to create a Thai-style noodle dish or cold noodle salad. Enjoy!
Note: This sauce tends to thicken as it sits – just add a little water or coconut milk to thin it out, as needed. Otherwise it stores well if kept covered in the refrigerator (keep up to 2 weeks; freeze thereafter).
Ok here we go make your sauce (don’t buy unless you have to) add 1/2 cup coconut milk instead of 1/3
This is no your country rib marinade
Tip: save a little sauce to dip after BBQ is complete if you like extra sauce
marinade over night, in the morning mix up the marinade move the ribs around, continue to marinade until you are ready to grill.
Place ribs on grill: when you turn ribs over brush with marinade again then allow to cook fully do not brush after that point, remember you are cooking pork and the marinade had raw pork in it.
Of course like most of my meals: if you want heat: jack up the hot sauce!!
Once fully cooked add reserve sauce if you want, serve and enjoy!
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A Brief History of Peanut Butter
In 1890, a St. Louis food products company began selling peanut butter out of barrels for about 6¢ per pound as a protein supplement for people with poor teeth who couldn’t chew meat. This gave birth to peanut butter in America. The next step in peanut butter evolution was introduced in 1922 when a California entrepreneur received a patent for the first shelf-stable peanut butter that would stay fresh for a year. This created peanut butter as we know it today, until now.
Peanut PowerButter™ has taken traditional peanut butter paste and enhanced it with even more beneficial nutrients that our bodies need to stay healthier, younger, and fit. It’s what peanut butter should be.
Peanut Butter is a great source of protein and other essential nutrients. Research has found that peanut butter helps reduce the chances of heart disease.
Omega 3 & Omega 6
Peanuts and peanut butter are whole foods that pack a lot of nutrition into just one serving. In the legume or dried bean family, peanuts are a terrific protein source. But the story gets better and better when you consider the significant amounts of the following nutrients found in a single ounce of peanuts.
Research studies on large groups of people have found that people who often eat peanuts and nuts have a much lower risk of heart disease. Also, scientists are finding that diets high in monounsaturated fats, the type found in peanuts, may also protect against heart disease.
Peanuts and peanut butter are whole foods that contain a variety of vitamins and minerals, ample protein and beneficial unsaturated fats. Since they are a plant food, they naturally contain no cholesterol.
Peanuts and peanut butter contain high-quality plant protein. When comparing peanuts to similar foods, peanuts have more protein than any other legume or nut. This is especially important for children, vegetarians and people eating more meatless meals.
Peanuts and peanut butter contain mostly beneficial monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. These fats as compared to saturated fats have been shown to help lower blood cholesterol levels. Lowering your blood cholesterol level may reduce your risk of coronary heart disease.
One ounce or one small handful of peanuts contains 2 big grams of fiber. This is 8% of the fiber you need each day!
One ounce of peanuts provided 25% of your daily need for vitamin E. Vitamin E has been shown to act as an antioxidant, which may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.
Peanuts are an important source of essential minerals such as magnesium, copper, phosphorus, potassium and zinc. Some of these “hard-to-find” minerals such as copper and magnesium may protect against coronary heart disease.
B vitamins such as folate can help prevent birth defects. They also reduce the amount of homocysteine in the blood that may be a risk for heart disease. Peanuts are a good source of folate, a key B vitamin.
Phytochemicals are natural substances in plants which may provide a wide range of health benefits such as reducing the risk of coronary heart disease. Peanuts contain resveratrol, which is one of the many phytochemicals found in plant foods.
Flaxseed is one-third oil, the remainder consisting of fiber, protein and mucilage. Flax oil is one of the greatest sources of essential fatty acids. The protein in flaxseeds is easily digested and contains all the amino acids needed for building a strong body. The fiber in flax acts as a broom, sweeping the colon of toxic material, metabolic waste and dried mucus. Flax fiber is an excellent food for friendly bacteria in the intestine, which keeps disease-causing organisms in check.
Twelve percent of flaxseed is mucilage, which makes it a gentle, non-irritating, natural laxative. Flax mucilage is perfect for those who have a sensitive stomach, acting as a buffer for excess stomach acids, soothing ulcers or irritable bowel disorders.
Flaxseed contains lignans that have anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-cancer properties. Flaxseeds have the richest source of lignans, 100 times more than the next best source, wheat bran. The majority of lignans is found in the seed, giving it an advantage over flax oil. Flaxseed also contains lecithin, which emulsifies fat and cholesterol. These little seeds improve digestion, help stabilize blood glucose levels, fight tumor formation and enhance cardiovascular health.
Flax oil is one of the most beneficial products in the nutrition field today. Research is continuing to uncover the benefits of Flaxseed oil on the human body. Here is a listing of some of the benefits of Flaxseed oil.
• Shortens the time necessary for fatigued muscles to recover from exertion
• Alleviates pain and inflammation associated with Rheumatoid Arthritis
• Accelerates the healing of pain
• May improve athletic performance
• Lowers serum cholesterol levels
• Alleviates the symptoms of Diabetes Mellitus
• Increases the body’s production of energy
• Substantially shortens the recovery time for muscles after intensive exercise
• May prevent/alleviate fatigue and accelerate recovery from exercise
• A valuable adjunctive treatment for obesity, flaxseed oil helps the kidneys eliminate excess water
• Improves the function of the liver
• Improves stamina through the increased production of energy
• Helps prevent atherosclerosis
• Helps prevent abnormal blood clotting
• Lowers elevated blood pressure in hypertension patients
• Helps prevent heart attacks and helps prevent the occurrence of second heart attack
• Helps prevent thrombosis
• Lowers the body’s production of potentially toxic thromboxanes
• Improves eye site and color perception
• Alleviates some cases of alopecia areata
• Helpful in the treatment of dandruff
• Improves the condition of dry hair
• Alleviates some allergies
• Alleviates the side-effects and inhibits the further development of many forms of
• Prevents the suppression of the immune system that occurs following intensive exercise
• Eliminates dry skin on hands
• Effectively treats some cases of depression
• Improves the mental function of elderly people
• Is beneficial in the treatment of and often improves the symptoms of multiple sclerosis
• Improves the behavior of Schizophrenia
• Alleviates some cases of asthma
• Improves the condition of many acne patients
• Accelerates the healing of bruises
• Alleviates most cases of dry skin
• Alleviates many cases of eczema
• Increases the strength of the nails and strengthens nails that break
• Helpful in the treatment of psoriasis
• Alleviates enlarged prostate
• Alleviates some cases of male infertility
• Alleviates in some cases pre-menstrual syndrome
• Makes pregnancy less eventful, makes deliveries easier and produces healthier offspring
With all the media attention on cholesterol, consumers often lose sight of the fact that eggs are a nutrient rich, affordable contributor to a healthy diet. Not only do eggs contain the highest quality source of protein available but they also contain almost every essential vitamin and mineral needed by humans. In fact, egg protein is of such high quality that it is used as the standard by which other proteins are compared. Eggs have a biological value (efficacy with which protein is used for growth) of 93.7%. Comparable values are 84.5% for milk, 76% for fish, and 74.3% for beef. Eggs really are the best protein money can buy, and all of those other valuable vitamins and minerals too. One of the major protein ingredients in PowerButter is egg white, which contains no cholesterol.
Omega 3 & Omega 6:
Like all fats, Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) provide energy. Their calorific value is similar to other fats and oils but, unlike saturated fats, they have important health roles. In fact, as their names suggest, they are essential and must be consumed regularly, as the body has limited storage for them.
Both of the important EFA families — Omega-6 and Omega-3 — are components of nerve cells and cellular membranes. They are converted by the body into eicosanoids, leukotrienes and prostaglandins all of which are needed on a second-by-second basis by most tissue activities in the body.
EFAs are involved in normal physiology, including:
• Regulating pressure in the eye, joints, and blood vessels, and mediating immune response
• Regulating bodily secretions and their viscosity
• Dilating or constricting blood vessels
• Regulating collateral circulation
• Directing endocrine hormones to their target cells
• Regulating smooth muscles and autonomic reflexes
• Being primary constituents of cell membranes
• Regulating the rate of cell division
• Maintaining the fluidity and rigidity of cellular membranes
• Regulating the inflow and outflow of substances to and from cells
• Transporting oxygen from red blood cells to the tissues
• Maintaining proper kidney function and fluid balance
• Keeping saturated fats mobile in the blood stream
• Preventing blood cells from clumping together (blood clots that can be a cause of heart attack and stroke)
• Mediating the release of inflammatory substances from cells that may trigger allergic conditions
• Regulating nerve transmission and communication
•• Helping prevent long-term degenerative illness, which results from a diet deficient in either Omega-3 of Omega-6
However, because the end products (e.g. prostaglandin, leukotriene) of EFA metabolism differ slightly but significantly from Omega-6 to Omega-3, both EFAs must be present in balance for optimum health.
1. Great Peanut Butter for your protein shakes!
2. Don’t try to spread it on bread because it tastes terrible alone.
3. Because it is mixed with your protein shake the taste isn’t bad, it’s the same principle as cooking with cheap liquor vs expensive liquor. It’s diluted in the meal so it doesn’t taste bad.
4. At an average of $23 for a 4lb jug it isn’t that bad.
Check it out if you drink shakes daily.