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About a product mentioned in the book

Postby julio » August 11th, 2011, 10:55 pm


In Occam's Protocol I, on page.209 (The 4-Hour Body), there is a High-Calorie meal recipe. Part of it says "add only one-third of the orange-flavored cancer powder".
I have tried to search that product in the manner as described there but I can not find it. Which product is it?
I will accept with pleasure any help,
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Re: About a product mentioned in the book

Postby Blayne » August 13th, 2011, 7:36 am


I believe TF was referring to Kraft Macaroni and cheese in a box. It comes with a packet of "cheese powder" that has an interesting orange color.
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Re: About a product mentioned in the book

Postby julio » August 13th, 2011, 6:09 pm


Thank you Blayne for your answer. My confusion is that as he state in the book his preference is "preferably durum whole wheat" I was checking at the supermarket all the durum whole wheat macaroni and none of them bring a packet with that powder.
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Postby rescuedad » August 16th, 2011, 5:00 pm


Julio,
I've found a whole wheat mac and cheese @ Super Targets in the grocery section. I'm not sure on the brand but there is a picture of a rabbit on the box. Hope that helps.

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Postby Blayne » August 16th, 2011, 5:43 pm


rescuedad wrote:I've found a whole wheat mac and cheese @ Super Targets in the grocery section. I'm not sure on the brand but there is a picture of a rabbit on the box.


That would be Annie's Organics. They make a bunch of organic mac & cheese (along with lot's of other products) and their logo has a bunny on it. See here. My 3-year old is fond of their crackers, particularly because they are in the shape of a bunny.

Not sure if the powder included is orange cancer powder though. Probably not... :(
6-1, 41 y/o male
SCD Jan 2-Feb 13 '11 (BW: ~193)
Modified SCD start Feb 13 '11(BW: ~185)
Stats:
7/2/11: 179lb, 10.3% BF (based on hydrostatic test)
10/20/11: 185lb, ~10.5% BF
Dec '12: 194lb, ~11-12% BF (bulking phase)
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Re: About a product mentioned in the book

Postby Blayne » August 16th, 2011, 5:48 pm


julio wrote:Thank you Blayne for your answer. My confusion is that as he state in the book his preference is "preferably durum whole wheat" I was checking at the supermarket all the durum whole wheat macaroni and none of them bring a packet with that powder.
thanks again


Actually, Kraft does also make a whole wheat (or partial whole wheat) mac&cheese. Again, I don't know about the orange powder packet on this product though.

You can buy from Amazon
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Modified SCD start Feb 13 '11(BW: ~185)
Stats:
7/2/11: 179lb, 10.3% BF (based on hydrostatic test)
10/20/11: 185lb, ~10.5% BF
Dec '12: 194lb, ~11-12% BF (bulking phase)
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