The base ingredients are:
4.5 cups of uncooked oatmeal [500g or a pound]
12oz of peanut butter [a small jar]
14oz of coconut milk [400ml or one can]
4 scoops of whey vanilla protein powder [200cc or 100g]
Combine the ingredients in a large bowl and mix well. Put some foil or baking paper in, transfer the dough in flattening it nicely. Place the dish into the fridge and keep it there minimum 4-5 hours or overnight.
Cut it into 16 bars or cut pieces off as you need them and as much as you need all week long. Keep it cool at all times, since it’s a no-bake it will eventually soften up… hopefully not inside your pocket! If you take it with you to work I suggest you put it in the fridge there before it melts although this particular recipe is pretty consistent.
~ 300 calories each
15g of protein per bar
I personally have them instead of breakfast and it's my favourite snack on a busy day. One bar will keep you going for a really long time unlike lets say a bowl of oatmeal or a peanut butter sandwich. It tastes like a treat but it gives you enough energy to go about your day and then have a pretty tough training session.
If you have reservations about protein powders (they are supplements after all) try making these without it adding less coconut milk.
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A new patent application published by Google in late December describes the use of queries to create social circles.
Imagine if Google+ allowed you to perform searches such as, “People who take the same bus as me into the city,” or “People who like to eat at the Red Truck Bakery,” or “People attending the Dave Matthews Band Concert next Friday,” and creates in response a social network circle that other people might be invited to join, even temporarily, or who could join anonymously. Or Google+ may dynamically create such a query-based social circle which it may recommend that you share through as you create a post about a music festival you’re going to, or a meal you’re reviewing from a local hotel.
Get more details on the article: http://www.seobythesea.com/2013/03/googles-query-based-circles-patent/
Remember ? A startup acquired by Google in 2011 that has developed advance people-sorting algorithms analyzing a variety of data and online interactions.
Very excited to confirm that we've just acquired Katango! In the earliest days of Google+, I alluded to the fact that we had big plans for Circles. Are you ready for some magic in your Circles? These folks are magicians! — (http://goo.gl/hQdpu)
Back in January 2012, Google acquired from IBM a patent for a semantic social network
The patent details how a social network could be leveraged to lead users to find "experts" or like-minded enthusiasts on specific topics. As the patent's summary describes, "A method, apparatus and program product are provided for identifying common interests between users of a communication network. ... [Interests] may be determined, for example, by calculating a ratio of the number of words in a content source to the time spent viewing the content." — (http://goo.gl/ouMyn)
Now, just imagine the potential greatness of Magic Circles...
What do you think about this update? Will you use a GIF for your profile photo?
How crazy is this real-time visualization of Google Trends?:
Note that this is for the United States only. You can choose a few other countries individually, or look at all of them at once.
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A few weeks ago we revealed that we were seeking Explorers to help us shape the future of Glass. To do that, we asked people across Google+ and Twitter to tell us what they would do #ifihadglass . We could never have imagined such an enthusiastic response! There were so many creative, diverse, and (sometimes) crazy applications. We’ve certainly learned a lot through this whole process and it’s inspiring to hear how much passion there is for Glass.
Now for the really exciting bit... we know you’ve all been waiting patiently, which is why we’re pleased to announce that the results are in. Over the next few days we’ll be sending out invitations to our Explorer Program through Google+ and Twitter. So, keep a lookout for tweets and G+ posts from @projectglass and to see if you’ve been invited.
We also want to call out that we received great applications from businesses. At the moment, our Explorer Program is only for individuals. However, we are working on connecting with businesses in other ways.
We’re thrilled to be expanding the Explorer Program and we cannot wait to meet our new Explorers.
Remember to follow us on Google+ and Twitter. If you want to learn more about Glass, sign up here to stay informed: www.google.com/glass/start/how-to-get-one
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