|Amount||Ingredient||$ / day||Source|
|410||g||Corn flour, masa, unenriched, white||$1.23||Whole Foods|
|100||g||Oat Flour/Powder||$0.55||Bob's Red Mill (4x 22oz) Walmart|
|151||g||Body Fortress Whey Isolate, Vanilla Creme||$3.66||Amazon|
|23||g||GNC Mega Men® Sport - Vanilla Bean||$1.15||Amazon|
|30||ml||Extra Virgin Olive Oil||$0.19||local|
|16||g||Nutiva Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil||$0.29||Amazon|
|10||g||Sunflower Liquid Lecithin||$0.29||Amazon|
|1.5||g||Natures Bounty Calcium/ D3||$0.05|
|1||pill||NOW Vitamin K||$0.07||Amazon|
|30||g||Cocoa, dry powder, unsweetened, HERSHEY'S European Style Cocoa||$0.41|
|1||g||Spices, cinnamon, ground||$0.00|
Total Daily Cost:
|$8.34||Add Ingredients |
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Been using the People Chow tortilla perfection with olive oil for a month, with about 4 meals a week for traditional foods. I'm a skinny guy and i work in a physical job, so 2000 cal/day seems to maintain my current weight. Now I'll begin exercising and using this 3000 cal/day diet. After a month I should know if its the right amount for me to start bulking up.
After reading lots about types of fat and oil, i thought i could do better to have a more diverse mixture of oil. I also wanted to improve on texture and emulsification. This is my first time creating a recipe, and i will tweak as necessary. Over time i would like to replace each ingredient with a reasonable naturally sourced/ whole food /organic ingredient.
I dont like how many ingredients are used, and am considering switching between two recipes for dietary diversity. One based on oat flour with 2 oils, and one with masa harina and 2 different oils. Possibly using a combo of rice/pea proteins in one of the mixtures.
Comments and criticisms are appreciated as long as you're respectful.