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Quaker Oats Bowls 10p @ Sainsburys

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8y, 2w agoFound 8 years, 2 weeks ago
Last Week When You Bought 2 Boxes Of Quaker Oats You Got A Free Bowl.

Went In Today, Instead Of That Offer They Are Selling The Bowls For 10p Each, Really Nice Cereal Bowls. Microwave Safe Too!!!

Thought A Great Deal, I Got 5 Bowls!! :D
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#1
Good Deal If They're In Your Local Sainsburys. Now To Fix Those Stray Capitals!
#2
hoot.
#3
Reminded me of a dog bowl, however with all that shouting maybe he/she has 5 dogs?
#4
this is because of too much stock, people arent buying enough so becomes loss of profit so they have to get rid of it some how and quick.
#5
still though wouldn't argue, i would get me a few bowls lol heat added.
#6
Awesome....gonna stop by there on the way home.

Currently have 3 boxes stacked by the side of my works desk....just not fashionable eating them without the BOWL! :w00t:
#7
starsparkle2311
you eat porridge at work?:w00t:


i did this too

porridge is the healthiest thing you can eat in the morning

mix in a bit of whey protein and youre good until lunch time
#8
Does anyone else wanna punch the guy from the quaker oats logo? He looks a right swarmy git! :w00t:
#9
Isn't It Terribly Tiring To Capitalise Every Word That You Type, Or Do You Have A Program To Do It? :)
#10
Don't Forget Nectar Points!
#11
I LOVE porridge. Eat it every morning. Sometimes when I can't be bothered to cook tea for myself, I'll just have another bowl of porridge. Mmmmm....porridge! With raisins and cinnamon it tastes even better. Half milk/half water, with a bit of cold milk on the top. Then brown sugar spinkled over the lot. Delicious! In fact, might make a bowl of the lovely stuff right now!
#12
Thanks OP, hope they got some left! Can't pop in until tomorrow.
#13
sainsburys in lancaster had none left :(
banned#14
these bowls have instructions printed on them on how to make your porridge-

ideal for when your'e hungover and braindead
#15
Sharpnel
i did this too

porridge is the healthiest thing you can eat in the morning

mix in a bit of whey protein and youre good until lunch time


"whey protein" isn't healthy for everyone. Why spoil the porridge?
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...People who are allergic to dairy products could react to whey protein and should, therefore, avoid it. As with protein in general, long-term, excessive intake may be associated with deteriorating kidney function and possibly osteoporosis.

The key to healthy whey protein consumption is to take it in moderation and not rely on it. As effective as it may be, it should never replace proper balanced meals on a regular basis. As well as protein, it’s just as important to have the following in your diet:

Carbohydrate – includes bread, pasta, rice, potatoes. Carbohydrates are our main source of energy.

Fruits & Vegetables – contain fibre, which is essential to the health of the digestive system and vitamins, minerals and antioxidants to help us fight illnesses.

Fat - one source of energy and important in relation to fat soluble vitamins. Saturated fats should be avoided. Polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats can be beneficial in moderation.

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BFN,

fp.
#16
be warned, the bowls do get hot in the microwave, I've had a set of 4 for over a year, still great condition if lot a little faded and dishwasher proof
#17
choc1969
be warned, the bowls do get hot in the microwave, I've had a set of 4 for over a year, still great condition if lot a little faded and dishwasher proof


You should work for McDonald's!
#18
fanpages;3507890
You should work for McDonald's!


I used to in my teens lol

Just wanted to warn in case people let their kids make their own porridge :thumbsup:
#19
BEANZ-ON-TOAST
I LOVE porridge. Eat it every morning. Sometimes when I can't be bothered to cook tea for myself, I'll just have another bowl of porridge. Mmmmm....porridge! With raisins and cinnamon it tastes even better. Half milk/half water, with a bit of cold milk on the top. Then brown sugar spinkled over the lot. Delicious! In fact, might make a bowl of the lovely stuff right now!


Golden Syrup, or Raspberry Jam mixed in before microwaving for me.

Stirred midway through, and heat re-applied.

Yum.
#20
choc1969
I used to in my teens lol

Just wanted to warn in case people let their kids make their own porridge :thumbsup:


Furry muff.

(I'm guessing from your avatar) ;)
#21
fanpages;3507924
Furry muff.

(I'm guessing from your avatar) ;)


:roll:
#22
fanpages
"whey protein" isn't healthy for everyone. Why spoil the porridge?



its a cheap source of protein containing many branched chain amino acids which can augment food very easily

if all you want to eat is carbs and fat then say hello to a nice fat **** (and fat everything else) or poor muscle mass if running a calorie deficit/fast metabolism

people who are allgeric to stuff would generally research a food before they had it... whey protein is made from milk, so obviously someone who is allergic to dairy products would know this...


"As with protein in general, long-term, excessive intake may be associated with deteriorating kidney function and possibly osteoporosis. "
well yeah scientists say too much of anything is bad, i think may be associated is the key phrase here... and after some quick research, there are no known negative effects at all of excessive protein consumption unless you have a pre-existing kidney disease (although this only takes effect after 1g of protein per 1lb of bodyweight, so if youre 10 stone with a kidney problem then eating 140g of protein per day is not going to affect you negatively)


thanks for the info on carbs and fats, im quite aware of them and understand the importance of each

whey protein tastes pretty good actually, why would it spoil the taste?

eggs are also good additions to porridge


fanpages

"Golden Syrup, or Raspberry Jam mixed in before microwaving for me.

Stirred midway through, and heat re-applied"


hmm are you one of those fattys that attempts to refute anything healthy people say? :lol:
#23
Sharpnel
whey protein tastes pretty good actually, why would it spoil the taste?


had me howling did that one! whey tastes like rotten milk. id have to guess that your confusing the sugary/e numbers in the big brand protein shakes for flavoring to be the true taste.

seriously though.....get hold of a sample of some unflavoured whey and tell me it tastes "pretty good"
#24
leeson43
had me howling did that one! whey tastes like rotten milk. id have to guess that your confusing the sugary/e numbers in the big brand protein shakes for flavoring to be the true taste.

seriously though.....get hold of a sample of some unflavoured whey and tell me it tastes "pretty good"




you were really howling with laughter? weirdo... :whistling:

i have unflavoured whey protein from sports-nutrition
http://www.sports-nutrition.net/store.php?sub=3&id=66

Nutrition Information per 25 grams -
Energy: K Calories - 101
Energy: K Joules - 426
Protein - 19.3
Carbohydrate - 1.6
Fat - 1.8
Sodium - 55mg
Potassium - 243mg

no flavouring, no e-numbers, just whey

easily disolves in milk and water

i do agree that mixing it just with water doesnt taste wonderful, but mixing 2 scoops with steel cut oats, milk and water 1:1:1 tastes better to me than without, adds more oomph to it
add a dash of cinnamon and its good stuff

i think youve had an experience with some off whey, it has never tasted like rotten milk to me :?

welcome to hukd btw
#25
it may jst in ur local store, not nation wide.
#26
Sharpnel
its a cheap source of protein containing many branched chain amino acids which can augment food very easily

if all you want to eat is carbs and fat then say hello to a nice fat **** (and fat everything else) or poor muscle mass if running a calorie deficit/fast metabolism

people who are allgeric to stuff would generally research a food before they had it... whey protein is made from milk, so obviously someone who is allergic to dairy products would know this...


"As with protein in general, long-term, excessive intake may be associated with deteriorating kidney function and possibly osteoporosis. "
well yeah scientists say too much of anything is bad, i think may be associated is the key phrase here... and after some quick research, there are no known negative effects at all of excessive protein consumption unless you have a pre-existing kidney disease (although this only takes effect after 1g of protein per 1lb of bodyweight, so if youre 10 stone with a kidney problem then eating 140g of protein per day is not going to affect you negatively)


thanks for the info on carbs and fats, im quite aware of them and understand the importance of each

whey protein tastes pretty good actually, why would it spoil the taste?

eggs are also good additions to porridge




hmm are you one of those fattys that attempts to refute anything healthy people say? :lol:



No, but I am lactose & gluten intolerant... and I didn't say the taste was spoiled.

Cow's milk is only good for one thing... baby cows.

BFN,

fp.
#27
isualive
Thanks OP, hope they got some left! Can't pop in until tomorrow.


None left in my local store... I bought the last 10 available.

Heat (around 2 minutes, stir, and another 40 seconds in a 900W Microwave) added.

Thanks again steviedeal.

BFN,

fp.
#28
fanpages
No, but I am lactose & gluten intolerant...



so why bring it up? everyone knows whey comes from milk and so lactose intolerant people would know that its not good for them

this is like someone arguing peanuts are **** because theyre allergic

whey is gluten free by the way
#29
I don't bring it up, quite the reverse actually. It has the opposite effect on my digestive system.

I think it is probably a sweeping generalisation that everybody knows, but I mentioned the fact that whey intake may be an issue as you mentioned you eat it regularly.

Whey may be gluten free, but if somebody were allergic to gluten (rather than intolerant), I would suggest that oats (in the porridge) should not be eaten anyway.

Please do not take my comments as a direct attack on you or your habits. If it works for you, that's great.

BFN,

fp.
#30
quite the reverse indeed, talking out your a**e
1 Like #31
Sharpnel
quite the reverse indeed, talking out your a**e


Yes, that's right.

My mistake. Silly me.

Please ignore anything I say or do ever.

Thanks.

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