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Pick up one of these when you can. It makes a big difference in consistency. Then add half a banana! You could try banana extract, but I have always just used actual banana. Hopefully somebody else has suggestions based on experience.
> the results aren't worth the extra dishes to clean
An immersion blender is the only "extra" thing I have to clean when making mayo. I use the jar that will eventually hold the excess mayo for the mixing.
Still have a small jar of Hellman's in my fridge, as some of my friends actually prefer that taste on some sandwiches, but for everything else ... some seconds with my trusty "stick"
I add Creatine, but it's only a spoonful. I use 2 scoops of ON gold standard. Right now it's chocolate, but vanilla is my usual, I screwed up this order. TBH both are acceptable. I mix with about 8-12 OZ water. It's really not that much liquid.
BCAA's are pointless if you eat enough protein.
Pro tip: Use a hand blender like this
If you get a hand mixer and whip the curds to a creamy consistency, it's delicious and completely different. The macros are pretty good as far as protein/carbs ratio too. Add some PB2 or some cinnamon or cocoa powder and some artificial sweetener and you've got a plethora of flavors.
Use more water and get a stick blender like this to blend.
This is fuel for your training, not dessert at tea time with the other housewives. Just get it in your body.
I use a hand blender and it mixes well with any liquid and soft fruits like banana. I use it for all my powdered mixes, protein shakes, plant meals. It is similar in design to the frother.;)
This is the one I have. I kinda wish it had different attachments, but it's cheap and I've never had an issue with it
I have this immersion blender and it's great--really easy to use and clean. Makes great soups, mashed cauli, and mayonnaise.
Yeah the one I use is a bit too large so I would go with this one.
Fuck blenders, get a stick mixer and an appropriate cup.
The exact one I have had for 5+ years.
you can use a potato masher but it will take a bit longer. have you looked at the stick blenders? they work great and don't take up much space and they are not overly expensive. I have this one
This actually does a better job sometimes than my large ($200) Ninja.
Make sure you get one that comes with a container that fits the head tightly. Like this: [link]
I use one of these bad boys and I will never go back:
Cuisinart Hand Blender
Use an immersion blender ( [link] ) and a big cup. No need to let it sit overnight.
Just be sure to rinse off the blender head after each use.
Milk frother looks a bit wimpy for mixing a bag/pitcher. Maybe an immersion blender? For single servings some people use a blender bottle with a shaker ball thing.
this is the one I have.
Cuisinart stick blender
I use a stick blender. Works like a charm, cleans up easily.
get this one
This blender, and this kitchen mat. The blender is much quieter than a standard kitchen blender. These pitchers are amazing if you can find them in stock. I have adjoined neighbors as well and don't feel bad blending late at night.
1) Get handblender [link]
2) Mix Protein Powder + water/almond milk
3) Ice + splenda
Either a hand mixer or a food processor
My dad got me a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7 inches. Since I own a Galaxy Note 2 (more or less same size but more powerful) I traded it for a full-size 10 inches model. It's been sitting on my night stand for the better part of a year. My SO used it for a while to play games but not anymore.
Maybe I'll do this. But isn't kid of harsh, telling people what to get you?
I saw Guardian of the Galaxy 2 days ago.
I use a cheap immersion blender. Fits in the bottom of my shaker bottles perfectly, limited mess, limited cleanup.
I also own a pricey Blendtec, but it seems like overkill when I'm just making a couple shakes that need 5-10 seconds of blending.