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    Originally Posted by MaCK123 View Post
    What multivitamins do you guys get?? Sorry for asking a similar question but again I'm unsure whether to get a expensive one like optimism nutrition or cheap like swisse
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    There is nothing wrong with Blacmores Men's multi (with pic of guy running down the bottom). You can get a value-pack of 150 caps for ~$30 exclusively from chemist warehouse.. I suggest taking advantage of their 1/2 price vitamin sales when they have them.
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    Originally Posted by ApolloD View Post
    There is nothing wrong with Blacmores Men's multi (with pic of guy running down the bottom). You can get a value-pack of 150 caps for ~$30 exclusively from chemist warehouse.. I suggest taking advantage of their 1/2 price vitamin sales when they have them.
    Thanks for the responses guys, I just bought a small 1 month supply of cenovis for cheap but I will go to chemist warehouse next week and get some multi, fish oils and creatine
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    nature's way complete daily is the cheapest multi I've found by a long way.. $12 for 200 tablets. it says on the back to take 1-2 daily, so I took 2 daily since figured it might not have that much vitamins per tablet but then I compared it to the RDI and it had more than enough of everything.
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    Originally Posted by kamiz View Post
    What are your guys go-tos to hit your fat macros?

    Mine are currently sanitarium natural PB, almonds, hommus, olive oil, ice cream and chia seeds. Need more ideas!! Preferrable things with more fat than other macros per 100g, or really really fatty ice cream!
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    This might have already been brought up, and I'm sorry if it has but do any Melbournians know where to get Cottees Diet Caramel Topping? Chocolate is phucking vile.
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    Originally Posted by Z3phyr View Post
    This might have already been brought up, and I'm sorry if it has but do any Melbournians know where to get Cottees Diet Caramel Topping? Chocolate is phucking vile.
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    Originally Posted by kamiz View Post
    What are your guys go-tos to hit your fat macros?

    Mine are currently sanitarium natural PB, almonds, hommus, olive oil, ice cream and chia seeds. Need more ideas!! Preferrable things with more fat than other macros per 100g, or really really fatty ice cream!
    im trying to increase fat macros too. Does it matter if it has saturated fats or has to be good fats?
    ie is it better to use full cream milk or go for something like almond/coconut milk?
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    What is the best (=lowest calorie) cooking spray in Australia? I've heard of the PAM and 'I can't believe it's not butter' calorie free cooking sprays in America but haven't seen them here in Aus. Are they much different to the regular cooking sprays at Coles/Woolies?
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    Originally Posted by cuttos View Post
    im trying to increase fat macros too. Does it matter if it has saturated fats or has to be good fats?
    Saturated fats are bad fats now?
    ie is it better to use full cream milk or go for something like almond/coconut milk?
    ??
    Full cream milk per 100ml: ~3g fat (2g saturated) 65% saturated. http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/...-products/69/2

    Coconut milk per 100ml: ~24g fat (21g saturated) 87% saturated. http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/...roducts/3113/2

    Pretty sure almond milk has basically no fat. Something like 1.2g per 100ml. So it'd be hard increasing fat intake from almond milk.
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    Originally Posted by moogs View Post
    What is the best (=lowest calorie) cooking spray in Australia? I've heard of the PAM and 'I can't believe it's not butter' calorie free cooking sprays in America but haven't seen them here in Aus. Are they much different to the regular cooking sprays at Coles/Woolies?
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    So... as to your Q; They're all the same.
    Lowest calorie cooking spray? They're all oil. No calorie is based off a serving size, something ~1 second or something. You might get ~0.5g oil in a 1 second spray, thus the companies can call it 'calorie free'. It's still essentially not.

    The can't believe it's not butter one may be a light version of the spread in a sprayable can (not sure they have that though) and the oil is the same as ours. It is merely the description of a serving size.

    Generally, with a 'normal' use of cooking oil - I'd throw in 3-4g worth of fat into your macros.
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    I used both logic and google before posting my question. We don't have calorie-free ones here (thanks google) so I thought someone might have a recommendation for something else. There's usually a better/worse brands macro and taste wise for every product so I was just asking.

    Thanks for the info, Ill just get whatever looks good and add a few fat grams in. Hopefully it doesn't taste like propane.


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    So... as to your Q; They're all the same.
    Lowest calorie cooking spray? They're all oil. No calorie is based off a serving size, something ~1 second or something. You might get ~0.5g oil in a 1 second spray, thus the companies can call it 'calorie free'. It's still essentially not.

    The can't believe it's not butter one may be a light version of the spread in a sprayable can (not sure they have that though) and the oil is the same as ours. It is merely the description of a serving size.

    Generally, with a 'normal' use of cooking oil - I'd throw in 3-4g worth of fat into your macros.
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    Originally Posted by Z3phyr View Post
    This might have already been brought up, and I'm sorry if it has but do any Melbournians know where to get Cottees Diet Caramel Topping? Chocolate is phucking vile.
    groceryrun or pop in to a NQR. They have a lot in stock for $1.99 per bottle. I live in Glenroy, the one we have stocks heaps of it
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    Originally Posted by moogs View Post
    I used both logic and google before posting my question. We don't have calorie-free ones here (thanks google) so I thought someone might have a recommendation for something else. There's usually a better/worse brands macro and taste wise for every product so I was just asking.

    Thanks for the info, Ill just get whatever looks good and add a few fat grams in. Hopefully it doesn't taste like propane.
    Ha, you'll have to forgive me, this thread gets so many stupid questions on a regular basis.

    Re; macros for oil, they don't change across the board. 'Light' olive oil, is just less dense in flavour. So yeah the 'calorie free' thing is an advertising stint.

    If you're worried about flavour, get something like this - http://www.amazon.com/Misto-Gourmet-.../dp/B00004SPZV and add your own favourite brand of olive oil. Substantially cheaper too in most cases.

    You could add some half fat butter for cooking if you wanted to still add flavour with a marginally less amount of fat. I prefer full-fat, however. In any case, butter is so nice for cooking.
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    Originally Posted by andyboi View Post
    groceryrun or pop in to a NQR. They have a lot in stock for $1.99 per bottle. I live in Glenroy, the one we have stocks heaps of it
    Mint! I'll go check out the Lilydale one.
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    Originally Posted by foodpr0n View Post
    Ha, you'll have to forgive me, this thread gets so many stupid questions on a regular basis.

    Re; macros for oil, they don't change across the board. 'Light' olive oil, is just less dense in flavour. So yeah the 'calorie free' thing is an advertising stint.

    If you're worried about flavour, get something like this - http://www.amazon.com/Misto-Gourmet-.../dp/B00004SPZV and add your own favourite brand of olive oil. Substantially cheaper too in most cases.

    You could add some half fat butter for cooking if you wanted to still add flavour with a marginally less amount of fat. I prefer full-fat, however. In any case, butter is so nice for cooking.
    ~10g butter (8g fat) + 2 potatoes finely diced + 1 onion + seasoning salt in a frying pan every morning for me!
    Awesome thanks so much, I didn't know that about the light oil... I knew they did that with xmas cakes where 'lite' meant lighter in colour. So dodgy. Ill probably get one of those sprayers and use an oil that I like. Much appreciated.
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    Originally Posted by moogs View Post
    Awesome thanks so much, I didn't know that about the light oil... I knew they did that with xmas cakes where 'lite' meant lighter in colour. So dodgy. Ill probably get one of those sprayers and use an oil that I like. Much appreciated.
    No worries. I use the sprayers, it's good stuff.

    Just FYI ;

    Extra Virgin Olive Oil. "Extra" is the highest grade for olive oil--the best you can buy. The virgin oil produced from the mechanical pressing described above may be called "extra" if it has less than 1% free oleic acid, and if it exhibits superior taste, color and aroma. Thus, the "extra" in extra virgin olive oil means "premium," or simply, "the best."

    Olive Oil. Ordinary "olive oil" is actually a blended oil product. Olive oil producers start with low quality virgin olive oils. For these oils to be fit for consumption, they must be refined using mechanical, thermal and/or chemical processes. The resulting "refined olive oil" is largely colorless and tasteless. Before the resulting product is sold as "olive oil," the producer blends into the refined olive oil a percentage of quality virgin olive oil to provide color and taste.

    "Light" or "Mild" Olive Oil. Light olive oil is a variation on ordinary olive oil. Producers of this product use a highly refined olive oil, and add less quality virgin oil than that typically used to blend olive oil. The only thing "light" about light olive oil is the taste and color; it has the same caloric and fat content as other oils.

    Olive-Pomace Oil. Olive-pomace oil is the residue oil that is extracted by chemical solvents from previously pressed olive mash. This oil must be highly-refined to remove chemical impurities. Like ordinary olive oil, refined olive-pomace oil is enriched with virgin olive oil prior to sale.

    Olive Oil Blends. Olive oil blends (e.g., canola oil enriched with some virgin olive oil) are sometimes used as a more economical substitute for olive oil (but not as a substitute for extra virgin olive oil). Because the production of good olive oil is labor intensive--the olives must essentially be picked by hand--the resulting product is more expensive than other vegetable oils. To offer a more economical product with some of the goodness of olive oil, some companies make olive oil blends. In an olive oil blend, the producer uses a base of a less expensive vegetable oil (e.g. canola oil) to which it adds a percentage (e.g. 25%) of virgin olive oil. These products have proven particularly attractive to restaurant and institutional purchasers where the small savings per tablespoon results in big savings due to the large volume they purchase.

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    Great information thank you!

    Originally Posted by foodpr0n View Post
    No worries. I use the sprayers, it's good stuff.

    Just FYI ;

    Extra Virgin Olive Oil. "Extra" is the highest grade for olive oil--the best you can buy. The virgin oil produced from the mechanical pressing described above may be called "extra" if it has less than 1% free oleic acid, and if it exhibits superior taste, color and aroma. Thus, the "extra" in extra virgin olive oil means "premium," or simply, "the best."

    Olive Oil. Ordinary "olive oil" is actually a blended oil product. Olive oil producers start with low quality virgin olive oils. For these oils to be fit for consumption, they must be refined using mechanical, thermal and/or chemical processes. The resulting "refined olive oil" is largely colorless and tasteless. Before the resulting product is sold as "olive oil," the producer blends into the refined olive oil a percentage of quality virgin olive oil to provide color and taste.

    "Light" or "Mild" Olive Oil. Light olive oil is a variation on ordinary olive oil. Producers of this product use a highly refined olive oil, and add less quality virgin oil than that typically used to blend olive oil. The only thing "light" about light olive oil is the taste and color; it has the same caloric and fat content as other oils.

    Olive-Pomace Oil. Olive-pomace oil is the residue oil that is extracted by chemical solvents from previously pressed olive mash. This oil must be highly-refined to remove chemical impurities. Like ordinary olive oil, refined olive-pomace oil is enriched with virgin olive oil prior to sale.

    Olive Oil Blends. Olive oil blends (e.g., canola oil enriched with some virgin olive oil) are sometimes used as a more economical substitute for olive oil (but not as a substitute for extra virgin olive oil). Because the production of good olive oil is labor intensive--the olives must essentially be picked by hand--the resulting product is more expensive than other vegetable oils. To offer a more economical product with some of the goodness of olive oil, some companies make olive oil blends. In an olive oil blend, the producer uses a base of a less expensive vegetable oil (e.g. canola oil) to which it adds a percentage (e.g. 25%) of virgin olive oil. These products have proven particularly attractive to restaurant and institutional purchasers where the small savings per tablespoon results in big savings due to the large volume they purchase.

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    Originally Posted by moogs View Post
    What is the best (=lowest calorie) cooking spray in Australia? I've heard of the PAM and 'I can't believe it's not butter' calorie free cooking sprays in America but haven't seen them here in Aus. Are they much different to the regular cooking sprays at Coles/Woolies?
    I get the prochef extra virgin olive oil spray! cant taste any difference!
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    Found at Woolworths:
    Marshmallow Fluff. - Not entirely sure what I'd use it in other than sandwiches with jam or PB.

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    Originally Posted by ShelbyAlmaria View Post
    Found at Woolworths:
    Marshmallow Fluff. - Not entirely sure what I'd use it in other than sandwiches with jam or PB.

    On top of a casein mug cake for sure
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    Originally Posted by ShelbyAlmaria View Post
    Found at Woolworths:
    Marshmallow Fluff. - Not entirely sure what I'd use it in other than sandwiches with jam or PB.
    I've wanted to get this for ages!

    Fluffernutter sandwhich.... PB and Fluff (and/or nutella)



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    Anybody try the Cole's Peri Peri/Spiced Mango Chicken Steaks?

    93g of protein, 0 preparation just cook it, tastes excellent!
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    Originally Posted by Valenzuelatech View Post
    Anybody try the Cole's Peri Peri/Spiced Mango Chicken Steaks?

    93g of protein, 0 preparation just cook it, tastes excellent!
    How much are they? might have to try one.
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    Originally Posted by FiLL View Post
    How much are they? might have to try one.
    6.50 but I always grab em at 20-40% off and fill my freezer to the brim
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    Originally Posted by Valenzuelatech View Post
    6.50 but I always grab em at 20-40% off and fill my freezer to the brim

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    Originally Posted by foodpr0n View Post
    I've wanted to get this for ages!

    Fluffernutter sandwhich.... PB and Fluff (and/or nutella)



    A recipe collection book from the site;
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