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Protein fluff recipe improvements/tips?

2023.06.09 10:21 LapisOre Protein fluff recipe improvements/tips?

I have this recipe I'm going to try making for wild blueberry protein fluff, using Quest cookies and cream whey/casein blend protein powder.
This recipe is 360 calories as is:
Frozen Wild Blueberries: 218g, 125cal
Ice: 480ml/2 cups
Quest Cookies and Cream Protein: 51.8g, 165cal
Egg Whites: 64g, 35cal (this is supposed to make it higher in volume)
Xanthan Gum: 9g, 30cal
Torani Sugar Free Vanilla Syrup: 120ml/0.5 cup, 5cal
and then, optionallyz I'm going to add, for extra flavor:
Crystal Light Blueberry Lemonade Water Enhancer
NuNaturals Pure Stevia Powder
Pinch of Himalayan Salt}
My process:
Pulse blueberries and ice to a crumbly snow texture in food processor. Add liquid and process until a thick paste forms. Add protein powder and sweeteners. Once that's all combined and it's blending smoothly, slowly add xanthan gum. Once that's blended in, put in the egg whites and blitz until the volume stops increasing.
Any tips to increase volume and lower calories are appreciated!
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2023.06.09 10:00 Alarmed-Film871 Creamy Delights: Exploring the Richness of Clam Chowder

Creamy Delights: Exploring the Richness of Clam Chowder

Clam chowder

Clam chowder is a beloved and comforting soup that has gained popularity for its creamy texture, hearty flavors, and the comforting warmth it brings on a chilly day. Originating from coastal regions, particularly New England in the United States, clam chowder has become a timeless classic enjoyed by seafood enthusiasts worldwide. In this blog post, we will dive into the world of clam chowder, exploring its history, variations, and tips for creating a delicious bowl of this comforting soup.

Clam Chowder
  • An Ode to Tradition: We'll take a journey into the origins of clam chowder, tracing its roots back to the early settlers in New England. We'll explore how this iconic dish has evolved over time and become a staple in coastal cuisine.
  • Clam Chowder Essentials: We'll discuss the key ingredients that make up a classic clam chowder, including fresh clams, potatoes, onions, and creamy broth. We'll explore the different types of clams used and the impact they have on the overall flavor profile of the soup.
  • Cooking Techniques: We'll guide you through the process of preparing clam chowder, from steaming the clams to creating a flavorful base and adding the perfect balance of ingredients. We'll provide tips on achieving the desired consistency, whether you prefer a thick and hearty chowder or a lighter, more brothy version.
  • Variations and Twists: While the traditional New England clam chowder is a favorite, we'll introduce you to variations that add unique flavors and ingredients. From Manhattan-style with a tomato-based broth to creamy variations with bacon, corn, or herbs, we'll explore different regional and creative twists on this classic soup.

  • Pairings and Serving Suggestions: We'll suggest suitable accompaniments to enhance your clam chowder experience. Whether it's a crusty bread roll, oyster crackers, or a side salad, we'll provide ideas for creating a well-rounded meal.
  • Fresh vs. Canned Clams: We'll discuss the pros and cons of using fresh clams versus canned clams in clam chowder. We'll explore the flavor differences and provide guidance on selecting and preparing clams for the best results.
  • Tips for Reheating and Storing: Clam chowder often tastes even better the next day. We'll share tips on properly storing and reheating leftover chowder while maintaining its flavors and textures.
  • Creative Garnishes and Presentation: We eat with our eyes first, and clam chowder can be visually appealing with the right garnishes and presentation. We'll suggest topping ideas like fresh herbs, crumbled bacon, or a sprinkle of paprika to add a pop of color and flavor to your soup.
Conclusion: Clam chowder is a timeless classic that brings comfort and warmth to any dining experience. Whether you prefer the creamy richness of New England-style or the zesty tomato-infused broth of Manhattan-style, clam chowder offers a delightful medley of flavors and textures. So, grab your pot, gather the ingredients, and get ready to savor the heartwarming goodness of clam chowder, a soup that truly captures the essence of coastal comfort.
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2023.06.09 06:17 SD_HighGuy New Strains @ Flower Shop 🤩 Frozen Fuel back in stock! (My personal favorite at the moment.) Donkey Kong looks dank af & some new selections from Dakota Green - Super Lemon Haze, Ultra Violet OG, Hell’s Fire, Cookie Crumble & more! 🍃

New Strains @ Flower Shop 🤩 Frozen Fuel back in stock! (My personal favorite at the moment.) Donkey Kong looks dank af & some new selections from Dakota Green - Super Lemon Haze, Ultra Violet OG, Hell’s Fire, Cookie Crumble & more! 🍃 submitted by SD_HighGuy to SouthDakotaCannabis [link] [comments]

2023.06.09 06:11 Accomplished-Ask7032 Don’t waste your time with lemonade, GET CINNAMON FRY BREAD!

Don’t waste your time with lemonade, GET CINNAMON FRY BREAD!
I love lemon and love their lemon bar cookie so I was really excited for the lemonade cookie. It wasn’t bad by any means just not really what I expected? The cookie, like other people on here have said is very crumbly and is a lot like a shortbread cookie? It almost tasted buttery/floury? Like how I would imagine in pie crust. The lemon frosting was pretty good, not very tangy/sour but still lemony. Overall I give it a 3.5/5
Cinnamon fry bread is delish. At first I wasn’t going to get it at all but after seeing so many people raving about it on here I had to! It is soo good. The base cookie is soft and simple and the frosting scoop on top it the perfect whipped cinnamon sugar flavor! I’d say it has more churro taste rather then snicker doodle. It’s kind of simple but just immaculate, overall 5/5!
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2023.06.09 05:42 cooniemoonie my cookie is severely underbaked

my cookie is severely underbaked
this was the first time crumbl has let me down. my local crumbl is solid, and i frequent there often
i ordered the cinnamon fry bread, and when i cut into it and took a few bites i couldn’t believe how underbaked it was. it looked like uncooked dough, felt like uncooked dough and tasted like uncooked dough. i bake cookies, so i know exactly what raw dough looks like. the edges were also soft, not crispy which was another indication that it was underbaked.
luckily i didn’t leave the parking lot, so i went back to the store and told them my cookie was underbaked. they were nice and offered to give me another cookie, either the same flavor or different. i chose to get the same flavor. but i noticed when she went to the warming rack and opened it to get a new cookie, as she tried to get a new one it fell apart. after talking with her coworker to try and find a good cookie, they poked around and tested other cookies on that same sheet and realized they were all super soft and underbaked. they tried another sheet below, and the cookies on it were slightly better when they tested it. they gave me 2 cookies to compensate, a cinnamon fry bread and a chocolate chip. the new cinnamon fry bread they gave me was also underbaked , not as underbaked as the first one i received, but still not edible nor tasty. the chocolate chip was slightly underbaked, but it was tolerable.
i have to wonder if so many of the cookies were underbaked, could that be an issue with their ovens? does anyone have any insight or information on that? the raw cinnamon fry bread left a horrible taste and feeling in my mouth and has ruined cookies for me. i think i’ll take a break for a while lol
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2023.06.09 00:19 jammastergeneral Where can I find some good cookies?

After seeing the hatred for Crumbl, what are your favorite cookie shops? I don’t despise Crumbl, and I’m not in love with Antoine’s. Where else should I go?
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2023.06.09 00:05 idontcarethrowawayyy “challenging your fear foods: all-in edition!!!” *eats 1/4 of a cookie and comments this when someone calls her on it*

“challenging your fear foods: all-in edition!!!” *eats 1/4 of a cookie and comments this when someone calls her on it*
Not saying eating less than a full Crumbl cookie is inherently disordered, but bffr.
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2023.06.08 23:50 ShayneAlexis97 Goleta Crumbl Location?!

Does anyone know when that Crumbl Cookies in Goleta is supposed to open on Calle Real?
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2023.06.08 23:37 orangecanela If you could Frankenstein a Crumbl cookie, what would it be like?

I got the fry bread cookie because I was curious what all the hype was about (cautiously so, since I'm not a big fan of cinnamon desserts, but am a fan of actual, Indian/Native American fry bread) - took a bite with and without the frosting, realized the cookie itself is delicious, but then thought: what if instead of the cinnamon frosting, it had dark/semi-sweet chocolate chunks? It would be AMAZING. It'd complement the slightly salty, super buttery, slightly savory taste of the fry bread so well.
So what two (or more) parts of Crumbl cookies would you put together to create a superior one?
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2023.06.08 22:54 not-a-tthrowaway A question for the Americans

Firstly apologies if this doesn’t strictly belong in this sub but I want Good Restriction Food recommendations!
I am going to the USA next month. I constantly see people sharing their diet foods that we don’t get in the UK and one of the main things I’m excited about is being able to try some of these foods! (sad I know)
Some of the things that spring to mind are: -Nicks ice cream (I can only get one flavour of halo top here) -Other flavours of halo top haha - that strawberry Pepsi max - crumbl cookies (I know these are not restriction foods haha but I have been lusting after these since THAT girl started reviewing them)
Idk I think I’m going to go mad and send my body into an artificial sweetener shock and I know it’s terrible for me (I mean I know an ED is lol) but it’s been years of envying Americans for their diet food, I just want to try it all
Pls give me suggestions
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2023.06.08 21:42 ReconEG [AMA ANNOUNCEMENT] Water From Your Eyes on Sunday, June 11th @ 1pm ET/10am PT!

[AMA ANNOUNCEMENT] Water From Your Eyes on Sunday, June 11th @ 1pm ET/10am PT!
It's Thursday, you know what that means.
Water From Your Eyes will join us for an AMA this Sunday! (Photo: Ariel Fisher, Graphic: u/sara520)
Coming up this weekend, we're excited to announce that Water From Your Eyes will join us for an AMA this Sunday, June 11th @ 1pm ET/10am PT!
Their new album, Everyone's Crushed, is out now via Matador and features the singles "Barley", "True Life" and "14." They've got a packed tour itinerary for the rest of the year, including just announced UK/EU headline dates for the fall, so check below for all their upcoming dates and visit their website to pick up tickets if they're coming to a town near you!
  • June 15 - Philadelphia, PA @ Bonk's
  • June 16 - Washington, DC @ Comet Ping Pong
  • June 17 - Asheville, NC @ Static Age Records
  • June 19 - Athens, GA @ CINE #
  • June 20 - Nashville, TN @ DRKMTTR #
  • June 21 - Louisville, KY @ Whirling Tiger #
  • June 22 - Chicago, IL @ Sleeping Village
  • June 24 - Calgary, AB @ Sled Island
  • June 27 - Toronto, ON @ The Baby G
  • July 20 - New York, NY @ Central Park (Summerstage)
  • July 28 - Winnipeg, MB @ Real Love Summer Fest
  • August 11 - Oslo, NO @ Oya Night
  • August 12 - Göteborg, SE @ Way Out West
  • August 18 - Biddinghuizen, Netherlands @ Lowlands Festival
  • August 19 - Brecon Beacons, UK @ Green Man
  • August 20 - Hamburg, DE at MS Dockville
  • September 30 - Montreal, QC @ Pop Montreal
  • October 7 - Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile*
  • October 9 - Portland, OR @ Rev Hall*
  • October 11 - San Francisco, CA @ The Independent*
  • October 30 - Manchester, UK @ The Deaf Institute
  • October 31 - Glasgow, UK @ The Hug and Pint
  • November 1 - Leeds, UK @ Brudenell Social Club
  • November 3 - Berlin, DE @ Pitchfork Berlin
  • November 5 - Margate, UK @ Where Else
  • November 8 - Bristol, UK @ Dareshack
  • November 10 - Paris, FR @ Pitchfork Paris
  • November 11 - London, UK @ Pitchfork London
  • November 12 - Kortrijk, BE @ Sonic City
  • November 13 - Luxembourg, LU @ Rotondes
  • November 15 - Den Haag, NL @ PAARD
  • November 16 - Amsterdam, NL @ Bitterzoet
  • November 17 - Benidorm, ES @ Primavera Weekender
# w/ Sword II *w/ Melody's Echo Chamber
Everyone's Crushed is absolutely one of my favorite albums of the year so far, and it's been incredible to watch their rise ever since the release of Structure in 2021, one of that year's best albums that only grows stronger over time, a feeling that holds over to their new LP as its strengths continue to rise to the surface. If you haven't given it a listen yet, well you've got until Sunday as the duo of Rachel Brown (they/them) and Nate Amos (he/him) join us for an AMA on the 11th!
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2023.06.08 20:42 AtomicFarmer What is this dish called and how do I make it?

During my last visit to Istanbul I have tried a desert I never tried before. It was sold all across the city in restaurants, stores like MMMigros and in some bakeries. Basically, it was a mason jar with a lid on it, filled with beige white substance resembling thick cream or a custard of sorts, with a sort of very light milky-vanilla taste, not too sweet. A very peculiar flavor, no sourness to it so I don't think it was a yoghurt?
On top of the cream lay a layer of crumbled cookies.
On the bottom of the jar lay a bunch of cut-up bananas, intermixed with the cream. I have made a schematic from memory:
I never figured out the name of this desert, since nothing was ever written on the jar. When I asked, people told me it is just "a fruit desert" or "a banana desert" without naming a specific name. I ate around 20 jars of it, 2-3 every day. I think it was the tastiest thing I have tried in my whole life. All food in Turkey was beyond amazing, but this stuff... Man, I have no words to describe how good it was.
What is it called? What are the ingredients? I need a specific name that I can google, because I really want to try and prepare it at home, but I can't figure out what it was made of. My country doesn't have anything even slightly resembling this dish so when I describe it to people, they think I made it up. But I know it exists. Thank you in advance.
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2023.06.08 20:34 Samurai_Chicken_1 Crumbl Cookies opinions?

I was gifted a Crumbl cookie, chocolate chip. It came in a fancy, pink, single-serve box. I took one bite of it and was disgusted by how much sugar was in it. It was disgusting. Everything was sugar to the point where it was just putrid.
I then learned that it's a really popular cookie. How? How can such a disgusting cookie be as popular as it is? It's as if a 4-yr-old made a cookie and just poured on more sugar just because he could.
Should I try another cookie before I pass my final judgement? If so, any flavor recommendation that isn't filled with so much sugar?
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2023.06.08 20:19 Healthy-Cheek-4271 My first 5 pull on the costume banner

My first 5 pull on the costume banner
I’m very happy however I still don’t have Pitya Dragon Cookie
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2023.06.08 20:00 shebeefierce Crumbl wouldn’t fix cookie?

Has anyone ever had Crumbl say no or they can’t fix your cookie?
I got told they couldn’t add frosting even though the sample cookie had way more :(
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2023.06.08 19:41 AdRealistic1376 tipping culture (question)

i posted recently that i got a job at crumbl (it’s going super great so far, i really like it!)
i have been working register as of recent & i’m always super nervous to do it because i’m afraid of getting an angry customer (i don’t do well with confrontation/angry customers in general).
especially with the high cookie price & having to flip the ipad to ask for a tip, i feel like it’s more likely to have one.
my question to the customers: how would you prefer to be asked about tipping? (i am required)
my go to when flipping the ipad is to flip it & say “it’s going to ask for a tip which is greatly appreciated, but no pressure”
i know some people don’t say anything & just let the customer do whatever, but i feel that’s a bit more rude idk.
so, how should i do it when wanting to avoid a rude customer? thank you and i appreciate the patience of most of you customers :)
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2023.06.08 19:26 WildlyRedd And that’s the way the cookie crumbles! - Bruce Nolan

🍪 Cookie cookie, cash easy 💵 Earn up to $500 cash 💰
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2023.06.08 18:49 Western_Neat_5488 It's how the cookies crumbles

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2023.06.08 17:53 fakezzzfake Has anyone ever experienced sandy, smelly, easily disintegrating poop in guinea pigs?

Hey, one of my piggies is going through some really weird nasty poop and I've combed through every relevant reddit post, even the 3rd page of google and no one seems to have experienced this.
I have 3 boars and Ron has been having some weird poops for about a week, getting progressively worse these last 2 days. I've got a vet appt tomorrow, but was wondering if anyone has seen this before.
He's the biggest boar, 6 months, 900 grams. His weight is increasing very well. He just outgrew Harry, the previously biggest one. He eats and drinks well. Unlimited fresh hay, 1/8 cup pellets, vit C cookie, and veggies that I have cut back yesterday.
The poop: They come out perfectly shaped and a good color, but slightly lighter in color and bigger in size than Harry's. But Ron has always had the biggest poops. Just holding them, they aren't particularly wet or super dry. But... the moment any pressure is applied, they crumble and disintegrate. As if they were made of sand. The inside of the poop is a sandy color and it has the nastiest smell. The smell is like vomit combined with baby diarrhea. When the piggies step on the poop in their cage, it disintegrates and every morning, I wake up to a sandy gross mess in their cage. It's so nasty that I have to wash their fleece every morning. The afternoon is ok because every 2 hours throughout the day, I collect the poops so they don't get stepped on.
Has anyone seen this before?
I've given him bene-bac, poop soup from a healthy pig, and the oxbow digestive tablet. Nothing has helped so far. Also cut out veggies.
Possible culprits:
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2023.06.08 15:22 Commercial_Low_3676 Crumbl cookies

Is anyone at or going to the grand opening today?
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2023.06.08 05:04 Any-Landscape1553 Why is Starbucks living away from study friendly seating to hard unwelcoming seating?

Let's be clear, I love Starbucks! There is nothing like Mocha Cookie Crumble to get me excited to leave the house. However 5-6 years ago I loved studying in Starbucks, they have comfy chairs and great atmosphere, music was occasionally too loud for my sensitive ears but MEH I'd put up with it for Java Chocolate Chip Frappe. Now, I need a place to study again because I can't seem to focus at home, so I say let's go to Starbucks thinking oh this will be great! Comfy chairs and yummy drinks to make a study session worth while. I've been noticing a lot of the chairs being switched out for these really hard and uncomfortable chairs, I have problems with my spine so comfy chairs are a must! Especially when I'm studying. We go in though and the bench that's there was completely removed, literally the most comfortable place to sit in the café.
All of my favorite Starbucks spots with my favorite baristas are changing from comfy places to go to, to places where you sit and wait for your drink and you promptly leave because sitting there is highly uncomfortable.
So my question is: why has Starbucks decided to turn there once study friendly café into a get your drink and get the fuck out spot?
If your loosing money everytime some sits there 3 hours, make it so you have to buy a drink every hour you're there. There are lots of mom and pop cafe's that do that. Or require a receipt number for the Wi-Fi, which will give you an hour and ten minutes to buy another drink and renew your time.
I would have a hard time believing that any of this has to do with COVID because this started a while ago and has only gotten progressively worse.
Bring back comfortable seating for people who enjoy studying in cafe's!
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2023.06.08 04:48 dash1101 what's the best freebies you get from restaurants?

sometimes a girl at chili's gives me fries lol but the crumbl in my town is the best, super fast and friendly and they almost always hook me up with a cookie 🍪 anyone else get free treats?
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