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    Oats question

    Is it true that eating uncooked oats is the same as cooked oats?

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    Yes.

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    lol...

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    unless you use some fatty as* milk and pour butter and sugar on it.....then no its not the same....

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    Why would you want to eat uncooked oats?
    I blended some and put it into my PWO shake and it was God-Awful!

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    Rocky drank raw eggs so maybe we should try to eat raw oats!! Who Knows!

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    i drink raw eggs and eat uncooked oatmeal

    i cant cook
    anyway its much quicker

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    Cook? You put oats in a bowl with water and place it in the microwave!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hypertrophy
    Cook? You put oats in a bowl with water and place it in the microwave!
    hey...thats hard for some ppl

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Force
    i drink raw eggs and eat uncooked oatmeal
    What a life you live.

    Way to live on the edge, must be thrilling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    What a life you live.

    Way to live on the edge, must be thrilling.

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    dont knock it... i do same thing

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    Part of my response was centered around another thread that he responded to in the Lounge, long story.

    Anyhow, I don't think we have to beat the dead horse again in regards to raw eggs, DO WE? If anything, the fact that cooking them makes them MORE bio-available would be reason enough to cook them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    Part of my response was centered around another thread that he responded to in the Lounge, long story.

    Anyhow, I don't think we have to beat the dead horse again in regards to raw eggs, DO WE? If anything, the fact that cooking them makes them MORE bio-available would be reason enough to cook them.

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    aww very true about b.a. but lazziness freakin owns me well actually
    i drink the pasturaized eggwhites... i put them in my whey shakes for a mix of protein but yeah i fear the raw real eggs...

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    Seems like an odd lifestyle of choosing(lifting) if... "Laziness owns you"

    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by tretch187
    Seems like an odd lifestyle of choosing(lifting) if... "Laziness owns you"

    lol
    weird huh? i love lifting one of fav thing to do (i can easily overtrain) but i dont like to cook i live off gladware leftovers.
    bake a few turkeys, steam an assload of veggies, grill some porkchops and rice and taters and shyt all in 1 day then live off it and microwave for rest of week.

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    so taters are OK? ....for cutting I mean

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon69
    so taters are OK? ....for cutting I mean
    starchy lil bastards arent they...

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    does that mean there's still on the OK list, but in moderation....or when cutting should they be avoided?

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    I eat it uncooked, it´s not that terrible. Just add ´em to your whey shake and drink. It´s quick and tastes good

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    HaHA!. I live in Baja and raise my own chickens. No sal here. Use them anyway you want. Cooked or uncooked, doesn't matter.

    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    Part of my response was centered around another thread that he responded to in the Lounge, long story.

    Anyhow, I don't think we have to beat the dead horse again in regards to raw eggs, DO WE? If anything, the fact that cooking them makes them MORE bio-available would be reason enough to cook them.

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