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So I got some samples of Protein Powder and today I decided to try the unflavored Unjury in a yogurt. I want to know which kinds i like prior to surgery because I don't have the money to spend on things I am not going to use.

I was quite surprised by the amount of powder I had to incorporate in this small cup of yogurt. I didn't think it would all mix in. Should I be mixing and entire serving into 6oz of yogurt?

The taste wasn't too bad, it did alter the taste of my yogurt slightly but not so much that it completely sucked. I used a Lemon Stonyfield, perhaps I should have used strawberry or something else since the lemon is pretty subtle.

I just want to make sure I am doing it right. Thanks for any info.

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So I got some samples of Protein powder and today I decided to try the unflavored Unjury in a yogurt. I want to know which kinds i like prior to surgery because I don't have the money to spend on things I am not going to use.

I was quite surprised by the amount of powder I had to incorporate in this small cup of yogurt. I didn't think it would all mix in. Should I be mixing and entire serving into 6oz of yogurt?

The taste wasn't too bad, it did alter the taste of my yogurt slightly but not so much that it completely sucked. I used a Lemon Stonyfield, perhaps I should have used strawberry or something else since the lemon is pretty subtle.

I just want to make sure I am doing it right. Thanks for any info.

I have another brand of unflavored, and I mix it in a lot of stuff including coffee, mash potatoes and Soup. I just mix it with Water or milk first, then stir it in when the other thing is not tooo hot or the whey curdles. I can't taste it much at all. It worked great in the latte, and the best so far is in Thai Ice tea (I use soy milk) The mash potatoes taste good, but the texture is a little different, who cares, its mash potatoes with a blast of protein! Just experiment, sometimes I use half a scoop, sometimes the whole thing.

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