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DLCJ21 Posts: 1,719
2/5/13 10:50 P

Thanks for the suggestion, I'll mix up a few servings and let them sit in the fridge a day or two, maybe that's the difference.

DLCJ21 Posts: 1,719
2/5/13 10:48 P

For the record it is soy based, it doesn't actually have any milk in it.

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2/5/13 8:35 P

I don't know if it would help in this case as Ive never heard of muscle milk, but based off experience with other powdered drinks, try mixing it with a blender (not just a spoon) and then letting it sit in the fridge for a day before drinking it. I can make powdered milk palatable that way...it might work for your muscle milk as well.

Edited by: MUSCATDBQ at: 2/5/2013 (20:37)
BUNNYKICKS Posts: 2,356
2/5/13 7:32 P

Clearly this is a product target-marketed at a male audience, as the name of it.... (ok i don't wanna drink that haha).

But this editorial comment aside... I suppose it would be similar to how powdered-reconstituted milk never tastes like fresh milk? That would be my guess.

DLCJ21 Posts: 1,719
2/5/13 7:20 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 when I mix the powder with water, it doesn't taste the same at all.

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

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