yeah i do, works fine compared to cows milk as well. I usually use 'lite' coconut milk as i find it emulsifies with the whey protein powder more easily.
using chocolate powder with the coconut milk makes it taste like you're drinking a bounty bar too
One of my favorite snacks is a can of coconut milk and a scoop or two of chocolate whey protein powder. Also works well as a meal-replacement when time is tight! Freaking delicious. Non-paleo friends and co-workers have tasted it and love it too. :)
I'm looking for some camping food for an extended backpacking trip and wondering if this mixture you're talking about would be worth considering.
Away from home, no refrigeration, unfortunately means no fresh or perishable food. Planning to carry a month's worth means everything needs to be lightweight, dehydrated or freeze dried. I use some backpacker meals, jerky, dried fruit, nuts and berries and seeds, etc., but looking for another source of healthy protein and fat.
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