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    Yes, if shaking is involved
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    Strawberries, Raw Egg and Milk.

    Blend them together = strawberry smoothie full of protein It tastes absolutely lovely which came as a shock to me as the thought of a raw egg in it didn't appeal to me at first. Tried it, lush!

    The egg thickens it up
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    Made it, strawberries, milk and sugar. Quite thin as expected. But not bad!
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    Strawberries and milk blended together. I can't imagine that tasting all too good.
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    Nope. It'll make a nasty mix of milk and fruit.
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    After reading this tread like 20 minutes ago I went straight into the kitchen, spent like 10 minutes finding all the ingredients but had to make banana milkshake as there weren't any strawberries left!

    Didn't measure anything but:

    1 banana
    2 tea spoons of sugar
    1 scoop of vanilla ice cream
    semi skimmed milk


    yumyumyum!
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    (Original post by Svenjamin)
    Strawberries + Milk + thickener (natural yogurt, ice cream or bananas depending on how healthy you want to be) + caster sugar
    banana's are a great thickener :] And they make it taste sweeter too
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    (Original post by AreYouDizzeeBlud_x)
    Strawberries, Raw Egg and Milk.

    Blend them together = strawberry smoothie full of protein It tastes absolutely lovely which came as a shock to me as the thought of a raw egg in it didn't appeal to me at first. Tried it, lush!

    The egg thickens it up
    did you use the whole egg or just the egg white?
    The egg white is what thickens it and its the part that contains the most protein
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    (Original post by Boo!xx)
    did you use the whole egg or just the egg white?
    The egg white is what thickens it and its the part that contains the most protein
    a raw egg, the whole egg just open it up straight into a blender then add milk and strawberries. Even though the yolk has a high level of cholesterol in it, it still has an abundance of minerals and vitamins in it too so its definitely worth having if its just in a shake.

    At current im also putting whey protein in it as im working out but it tastes just as good without that added

    http://www.ifood.tv/recipe/raw_straw..._protein_shake
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    Closest thing you'll get to some is

    Blender + Loads of vanilla ice cream + Milk full fat + strawberry milkshake ( Nesquik )

    Blend.....

    Then taste
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    Shaken, not stirred.
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    (Original post by awais590)
    After reading this tread like 20 minutes ago I went straight into the kitchen, spent like 10 minutes finding all the ingredients but had to make banana milkshake as there weren't any strawberries left!

    Didn't measure anything but:

    1 banana
    2 tea spoons of sugar
    1 scoop of vanilla ice cream
    semi skimmed milk


    yumyumyum!
    Nah meynn you need more ice cream than that, you want that **** to be thick ¬¬
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    (Original post by AreYouDizzeeBlud_x)
    a raw egg, the whole egg just open it up straight into a blender then add milk and strawberries. Even though the yolk has a high level of cholesterol in it, it still has an abundance of minerals and vitamins in it too so its definitely worth having if its just in a shake.

    At current im also putting whey protein in it as im working out but it tastes just as good without that added

    http://www.ifood.tv/recipe/raw_straw..._protein_shake
    Ah okay, just wondering as a whole egg has about 120kcals, but just the white has 16kcals :] But as a guy I guess you don't worry too much about that XD
 
 
 
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