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2/7/13 10:58 A

Well, I'll be damned.

ERICWS SparkPoints: (8,307)
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2/7/13 10:33 A

There's actually no milk in "Muscle Milk"!

TOMMYGUN81 SparkPoints: (5,693)
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2/6/13 11:57 A

Milk obviously.

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2/6/13 9:36 A

Perhaps sugar. Are ingredient amounts exactly the same as well?

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BANNERMAN Posts: 5,837
2/6/13 2:20 A

What kind of water did you use?
most likely the water in the product that was already made was purified and much different than tap water.

DLCJ21 Posts: 1,720
2/5/13 5:31 P

So I bought a bottle of muscle milk from the cafeteria yesterday and it was really good. I have a big bag of the exact same powder at home but after mixing the powder with water, it doesn't taste the same at all.

Any ideas why they taste so different? The ingrediants on the bag vs the ingredient on the bottle are identical, the only difference is "water" is on the bottle :)

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