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Old February 19th, 2004, 01:36 AM
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I don't know Kerri but lo-carb donuts sound kinda weird to me. I think that
would be a trigger food for me. Just a thought.
Anyway, the two are pretty different so I don't think you can successfully
sub one for another without some tweeking of the recipe.

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I got soya powder instead of protein powder because it was a lot cheaper.

I wanted to try one of the low carb donut recipes I have. It calls for
protein powder. Think I could use the soya powder in the recipe as

opposed
to the protein powder??

Thank you,
Kerri

6/10/03
158/116 goal reached




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Old February 20th, 2004, 10:13 PM
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Kerri Ratliff wrote:
I got soya powder instead of protein powder because it was a lot
cheaper.

I wanted to try one of the low carb donut recipes I have. It calls
for protein powder. Think I could use the soya powder in the recipe
as opposed to the protein powder??

Thank you,
Kerri

6/10/03
158/116 goal reached


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Old February 21st, 2004, 04:18 PM
ed rosenthal
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i tried finding 'soya' power in the usda nutrient database; the closest
thing i could find was 'soy protein concentrate', produced by 'acid wash'.
1 oz or 28.35 g of this soy protein contains 16.48 g of protein, but 8.76 g.
of carbohydrate.
1.6 g of dietary fiber, 5.67 g. of sugars and assorted other minerals.
i am trying to figure out which is better for you, i don't have enough
information.
ed


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"Kerri Ratliff" wrote in message
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I got soya powder instead of protein powder because it was a lot cheaper.

I wanted to try one of the low carb donut recipes I have. It calls for
protein powder. Think I could use the soya powder in the recipe as

opposed
to the protein powder??

Thank you,
Kerri

6/10/03
158/116 goal reached




 




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