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How to Shake it (but not Bake it) on the cheap
So recently I've started going to the gym consistently (3 times a week). I've come to understand that you should probably eat some good protein right after you work out, but by the time I get home and have dinner, it's usually 45 minutes or more later. The coach at the gym recommended Protein shakes (over whey crisps, when I asked about them), but the ones at the gym are really expensive.
What I'm wondering is what is a good, relatively inexpensive and not-terrible-tasting source of protein that can easily be consumed right after a work out? Are there decent inexpensive shakes? Keep in mind I'm just as likely to poison myself as cook a proper meal in the kitchen.
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