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I COMPLETELY agree. It has to be the best "chocolate" flavored Protein I've tried. It truly tricks my mind into thinking I'm drinking a cup of hot coco.

All of its stats are perfect for us new Sleevers' too.

The chicken Soup flavor is pretty good. It tastes like a creamy version of Cup of Noodle liquid.

Now their vanilla flavor...not as impressed. I actually dumped my sample cup of that out...

As long as you make sure the temperature isn't too high, all of these powders mix in EXTREMELY well compared to a lot of others I have tried.

Also, I was having trouble with their Unflavored on Clear liquids...(is just wasn't tasting right in crystal light or anything clear for that matter)

So I called their customer service and the lady emailed me a TON of recipes that included clear liquid ideas all the way through to solid foods.

The recipes totally helped and now I'm using that daily as well.

unjury HANDS DOWN wins my vote for most usable (tasty) product.

I just wish there was a store front some where to buy it.

:-)

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Oh and I just remembered to mention that with the unflavored you have to let it sit for a min or two arter u stir it in and then stir it a bunch more to get it smooth. At fist I was grossed out by the chuncks but realized that they mix in really smooth after waiting just a bit. :-)

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I love love love the Unjury chicken Soup. I mixed it with mashed potatoes and it was so good. I couldn't finish all the potatoes, but will work on it later so I can get the whole 21 g of Protein that are in one scoop. I haven't tried the vanilla or chocolate yet. I ran out of skim Lactaid.

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I just received my sample pack of unjury today. Haven't tried anything yet. They sent me two of each flavor, a food thermometer and a small 16oz rubbermaid container to mix it in. Ordered from their site and it cost 17.95 and 6 dollar shipping.

I sure hope I like them. I am worried about finding Protein that I really will like.

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I tried the unflavored for the first time tonight with crystal lite in a shaker and after I shook it up there was so much foam in the cup. I could not get it to settle...there were no clumps just foam. I could not taste it in the drink but the whole foam thing turned my stomach. How do you avoid this? I am trying things out for post-op and did not like that idea so I need other ideas...how do you mix it into the Jello? Do you put it in with the hot Water or wait until you mix the cold water and then mix it in?

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I tried the unflavored for the first time tonight with crystal lite in a shaker and after I shook it up there was so much foam in the cup. I could not get it to settle...there were no clumps just foam. I could not taste it in the drink but the whole foam thing turned my stomach. How do you avoid this? I am trying things out for post-op and did not like that idea so I need other ideas...how do you mix it into the Jello? Do you put it in with the hot Water or wait until you mix the cold Water and then mix it in?

I use the unflavored as well. After you shake it, the foam will eventually subside to where it's a thin layer on top. The I drink some of it and then let the rest sit....shake it...drink it. I use V8 Diet Splash (tropical blend) with mine or the fusion. I don't like Crystal Light with it for some reason. Plus, After the first month I can't take anything chocolate or Vanilla flavored..lol. I also recommend Isopure smoothies at GNC (orange/peach flavor) that have 32 gms of Protein per bottle. They are pretty good and don't have the yucky aspartame after taste.

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I received my samples from unjury this week and I am relieved to learn that I LOVE the chocolate splendor and the chicken Soup. I mixed the chocolate splendor with coffee at work and it was like a yummy high calorie Starbucks drink! I used the thermometer they sent with my sample packet and learned that the coffee I make at home is a steaming 160 degrees but what I buy at work is 140 degrees. Who knew you could comfortably drink something that was 160 degrees hot?? :tea:

I tried the chicken soup today and that was very good too. I LOVE the idea of mixing it with mashed potatoes if I have the carbs to spare. I haven't had my sleeve yet but I wanted to get some product on hand and make sure that I like it before I am home from hospital all cranky and whiny. I haven't tried the other flavors yet but I plan to this week. Thanks for everyone posting your tips.

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Advice about the unjury...order the samples first, try them then order the larger containers if you like it. I had high hopes of loving the chicken Soup like everyone else and I tried it once and am not sure if I can do it again. It made me nauseous smelling it. Everyone's taste buds are different. I should have tried a sample first before ordering two canisters of the chicken soup which I may end up wasting b/c I don't know if I can give it another chance and I am not allowed mashed potatoes until after 7 months out from surgery. Any lowcard suggestions for using it would be appreciated...but using it with just the Water doen't cut it for me...hard to stomach. A lot of people love this one and I am not sure why I don't but I want to give it another shot.

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Advice about the powders?utm_source=BariatricPal&utm_medium=Affiliate&utm_campaign=CommentLink" target="_ad" data-id="1" >unjury...order the samples first, try them then order the larger containers if you like it. I had high hopes of loving the chicken Soup like everyone else and I tried it once and am not sure if I can do it again. It made me nauseous smelling it. Everyone's taste buds are different. I should have tried a sample first before ordering two canisters of the chicken Soup which I may end up wasting b/c I don't know if I can give it another chance and I am not allowed mashed potatoes until after 7 months out from surgery. Any lowcard suggestions for using it would be appreciated...but using it with just the Water doen't cut it for me...hard to stomach. A lot of people love this one and I am not sure why I don't but I want to give it another shot.

Well...I happen to like the Chicken Soup, but I add things to it like...onion powder, garlic powder, and a little pepper. However, I wasn't to thrilled about the Choc Splendor or vanilla, so I found some good recipes to liven them up. Now, for the first 21 days I'm on FULL liquids and my surgeon says, "if you can get it thru a strainer you can have it." So here are some ideas and recipes you can try:

Get sugar free coffee Syrups...You can add a teaspoon or so to totally change the taste. Lollicup, USA

Get sugar free Jello and Jello pudding mixes...add a tablespoon of the dry powder to your drink. Yummy!!

Here are some recipes from theworldaccordingtoeggface.com. I love them!!!!

Note: If you don't do Soy milk (like me) just use 1% milk. Also, if the recipe calls for "flavored" soy milk, just use the 1% milk and flavor with the coffee Syrup.

chocolate Monkey

8 oz. Water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop chocolate Protein

1/2 a banana

Place water in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

strawberry banana smoothie

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop vanilla Protein

1/2 banana

3 whole frozen strawberries

Place water in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Banana Split

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop of vanilla Protein Powder

1/2 banana

1/4 cup chopped pineapple

2 frozen strawberries

Place water in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Blueberry Bonanza Smoothie

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop of vanilla protein powder

1/2 cup frozen or fresh blueberries

Place water in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Chocolate Covered Cherry

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop chocolate protein

10-12 frozen or fresh cherries

optional: 1 tsp. of SF Cherry Torani Syrup or a drop of cherry extract

Place water in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Silky Latte

4 oz. Silk brand Mocha soy milk

4 oz. water

1 scoop vanilla protein powder

2-3 ice cubes

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Silky Mocha

4 oz. Silk brand Mocha soy milk

4 oz. water

1 scoop chocolate protein powder

2-3 ice cubes

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Mint Chocolate Chip Protein Smoothie

4 oz. Vitasoy Peppermint Chocolate soy milk

4 oz. water

1 scoop chocolate protein powder

2-3 ice cubes

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

pumpkin Spice Smoothie

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop of vanilla protein powder

1/4 cup canned pumpkin (chilled)

Dash of pumpkin pie spice

Place water in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

berry berry Good Smoothie

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop of vanilla protein powder

1/2 cup frozen or fresh berries (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries)

Place water in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Mochachinno

8 oz. cold coffee

1 scoop chocolate protein

2-3 ice cubes

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Egg Nog Protein shake

4 oz. Silk Nog soy milk

4 oz. water

1 scoop vanilla protein

Dash of nutmeg

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder. Blend on low then high till well blended. Dash of nutmeg on top.

Pina Colada

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop of vanilla protein powder

1/4 cup pineapple

1 Tbs. SF Coconut Torani Syrup (I've also used 2 T. of unsweetened coconut from the health food store or Baker's catalog)

Place water in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Peanut Butter Cup

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop chocolate protein powder

1 Tbs. Peanut Butter (smooth or chunky)

2-3 ice cubes

Place water in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Cherry Vanilla Smoothie

8 oz. water or 4 oz 1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop vanilla protein

5-6 maraschino cherries

1 Tbs. SF French Vanilla Torani Syrup

Place water in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Chocolate Caramel Protein Shake

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop chocolate protein powder

1 Tbs. SF Caramel Torani Syrup

3 Ice Cubes

Place water in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Blueberry Banana Protein Smoothie

8 oz. water or 4 oz 1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop vanilla protein

1/2 cup frozen blueberries

1/2 banana

Place water in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Strawberry Smoothie

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop vanilla protein

3-4 Frozen Whole Strawberries

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Lemon Meringue Smoothie

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop of vanilla protein powder

1 T. SF Jello Lemon pudding Powder

2 Ice Cubes

Place water in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Green Giant

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop of vanilla protein powder

1 T. SF Jello Pistachio Pudding Powder

2 Ice Cubes

Place water in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Butterscotch Shake

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop of vanilla protein powder

1 T. SF Jello Butterscotch Pudding Powder

2 Ice Cubes

Place water in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Strawberry Cheesecake Shake

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop of vanilla protein powder

1 T. SF Jello Cheesecake Pudding Powder

3-4 Frozen or Fresh Strawberries

Place water in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Vanilla Spice Protein Shake

4 oz. Silk Spice soy milk

4 oz. water

1 scoop vanilla protein powder

Dash Cinnamon

Dash Nutmeg

2-3 ice cubes

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Chocolate Almond Protein Smoothie

4 oz. vanilla soy milk

4 oz. water

1 scoop chocolate protein powder

1 T. Almond Butter

2-3 ice cubes

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Mango Madness Protein Smoothie

4 oz. water

4 oz. vanilla soy milk

1 scoop vanilla protein powder

1/2 cup fresh or frozen mango chunks

2-3 ice cubes

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Banana Joe Protein Shake

4 oz. water

4 oz. vanilla soy milk

1 scoop vanilla protein powder

1/2 banana

1/2 shot of espresso or 1/4 cup fresh coffee or 1 tsp instant coffee

1/4 tsp ground cinnamon

2-3 ice cubes

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Carrot Cake Protein Shake

4 oz. water

4 oz. Silk Spice soy milk (if you use Vanilla or Plain Milk add more cinnamon and nutmeg)

1 scoop vanilla protein powder

1/2 cup frozen sliced carrots

1 Tablespoon Cream cheese

Dash Cinnamon

Dash Nutmeg

Place liquids in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Mango Banana Protein Lassi

4 oz. vanilla soy milk

4 oz. water

1/4 cup Greek yogurt

1 Tbs. SF Vanilla Torani Syrup

1 scoop vanilla protein powder

1/2 Banana (fresh or frozen)

1/2 cup fresh or frozen mango chunks

2-3 ice cubes

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Banana Protein Smoothie

4 oz. water

4 oz. vanilla soy milk

1 scoop vanilla protein powder

1/2 Banana (fresh or frozen)

Dash Cinnamon

Dash Nutmeg

2-3 Ice Cubes

2-3 ice cubes

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Mocha Banana Joe Protein Shake

4 oz. water

4 oz. vanilla soy milk

1 scoop Chocolate protein powder

1/2 banana

1 tsp instant espresso powder

2-3 ice cubes

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Mocha Joe Protein Shake

4 oz. water

4 oz. vanilla soy milk

1 scoop Chocolate protein powder

1 tsp instant espresso powder

2-3 ice cubes

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Peach Cobbler Protein Shake

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop of vanilla protein powder

1/4 cup frozen sliced peaches

dash cinnamon

dash nutmeg

2-3 ice cubes

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended

Mango Banana Protein Smoothie

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop of vanilla protein powder

1/4 cup frozen mango chunks

1/2 a banana

2-3 ice cubes

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Gingersnap Protein Smoothie

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop of vanilla protein powder

1/2-3/4 teaspoon ground ginger

1 Tablespoon Starbuck's SF Cinnamon Dolce Syrup

dash of cinnamon

2-3 ice cubes

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Strawberry Mango Protein Smoothie

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop vanilla protein

1/4 cup frozen mango chunks

3 whole strawberries

Place water in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Banana bread Protein Smoothie

8 oz. water or 4 oz.1% or soy milk/4 oz. water

1 scoop Vanilla Protein Powder

1 T. SF Jello Banana Pudding Mix, dry

1/2 teaspoon Cinnamon

dash Nutmeg

dash Ground Cloves

1/2 Banana, frozen

2-3 Ice Cubes

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended. Top with another dash of nutmeg.

Shelly's Cherry Berry Banana Protein smoothie (for 2)

8 oz. Vanilla Soy Milk

8 oz. Water

2 scoops Vanilla Protein Powder

1/2 Banana

4-5 whole Frozen Strawberries

1/2 cup Frozen Cherries

2-3 Tablespoons Sugar Free Black Cherry Torani Syrup

Place liquid in the blender first, then powder, then additions. Blend on low then high till well blended.

Shelly's Banana Protein Mochacchino

1 cup Vanilla Soy Milk (you can use ANY milk or milk/water combo. I'm a soy girl)

1 Tablespoon Sugar Free Torani Syrup (I use SF Vanilla)

1/2 a Banana

1 scoop Click Espresso Protein Powder

1 scoop Chocolate Protein Powder

3-4 Ice Cubes

Add liquid, then powders, then additions and blend on high. I serve it with a squirt of SF Land o Lakes Whipped Cream.

Shelly's Tiramisu Protein Shake

1 cup Vanilla Soy Milk (you can use ANY milk or milk/water combo. I'm a soy girl)

1 Tablespoon Sugar Free DaVinci Kahlua Syrup

1 Tablespoon Sugar Free Jello Cheesecake Pudding Mix, dry

1 scoop Click Espresso Protein Powder

1 scoop Chocolate Protein Powder

3-4 Ice Cubes

Add liquid, then powders and blend on high. I serve it with a squirt of SF Land o Lakes Whipped Cream and a dusting of unsweetened Cocoa.

Shelly's Pistachio Banana Protein Shake

1 cup Vanilla Soy Milk (you can use ANY milk or milk/water combo. I'm a soy girl)

1 Tablespoon Sugar Free Torani Syrup (I used SF Vanilla)

1 Tablespoon Sugar Free Jello Pistachio Pudding Mix, dry

1 scoop Vanilla Protein Powder

1/2 a Banana

3-4 Ice Cubes

Add liquid, then powders, then banana and ice. Blend on high. I served it with a squirt of SF Land o Lakes Whipped Cream and a few chopped pistachios.

Shelly's Cherry Berry Cottage Smoothie

1 cup Vanilla Soy Milk (you can use any milk)

1/2 cup Frozen Pitted Cherries

2-3 Frozen Strawberries

1/4 cup Cottage cheese (I used storebought Pineapple Cottage Cheese)

1 Tablespoon Sugar Free Black Cherry Torani Syrup

Whiz in blender till smooth. Top with Sugar Free Land o Lakes Whipped Cream, optional.

Shelly's PB&J Protein Shake

1 cup Vanilla Soy Milk (you can use ANY milk or milk/water combo. I'm a soy girl)

1 scoop Vanilla Protein Powder

1 Tablespoon Sugar Free Torani Raspberry Syrup (on sale now)

1 Tablespoon Sugar Free strawberry Jam (I used Smucker's Simply Fruit)

1 Tablespoon PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter (or regular Peanut Butter)

3-4 Ice Cubes

Whiz in blender till smooth. Top with Sugar Free Land o Lakes Whipped Cream, optional.

Shelly's Café biscotti Protein Shake

8 oz. Vanilla Soy Milk (or Milk/Water Combo)

1 scoop of Max/Ultimate Cookies & Cream Protein Powder

1 packet of Instant Coffee Crystals

2 Tablespoons Sugar Free Vanilla Torani Syrup (on sale now)

a couple of Ice Cubes

Optional topping: SF Land o Lakes Whipped Cream

Whiz in blender till smooth. Top with Sugar Free Land o Lakes Whipped Cream, optional.

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Perfect!! They should make your post a *sticky* because I know I will be coming back to it many times :)

(and printing it out too!!!)

Thanks!!

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