The Dream Shake 2.0 (Raw Edition) : Bullet Proof ™ Style

 
I made a “dream shake” about 3 years ago on video and people still talk about it to this day.

So, finally, I’ve made a sequel video.

Here’s the ingredients list :

  • raw grass fed milk
  • free range raw egg yolk
  • almond butter
  • peanut butter
  • banana
  • Saigon cinnamon
  • organic chocolate syrup
  • virgin coconut oil
  • grass fed/low temp. pasteurized whip cream (on top)
  • Bullet Proof Whey protein

As seen in the video, I also frequently use wild frozen blueberries. In that case I nix the nut/bean butters, as well as the chocolate syrup. I’ve tried other berries as well, but prefer blueberries the most.

Finally, I recommend using raw half/half if available over raw milk. (The store was out last I bought the milk).

About Anthony Dream Johnson

CEO, founder, and architect of The 21 Convention, Anthony Dream Johnson is the leading force behind the world's first and only "panorama event for life on earth". He has been featured on WGN Chicago, and in the NY Times #1 best seller The Four Hour Work Week.    His stated purpose for the work he does is "the actualization of the ideal man", a purpose that has led him to found and host The 21 Convention across 3 continents and for 6 years in a row. Anthony blogs vigorously at TheDreamLounge.net and Declarationism.com.

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11 Responses to The Dream Shake 2.0 (Raw Edition) : Bullet Proof ™ Style

  1. Steve July 2, 2012 at 10:05 pm #

    Hey posted this on the video itself. 🙂 Thanks.

    Few questions if you have the time:
    1) What do you think is the estimated cost of making a shake? For example, I assume the milk and eggs are probably costlier than their more popular counterparts.
    2) Instead of using chocolate syrup, is it better to use a solid organic chocolate? Seems like you avoid additives (especially additional sugar in the syrup) that way.
    3) What about the idea of blending in supplements/multivitamins for added nutrition? Like ginseng or Sisson’s Damage Control pills.

    • Anthony Dream Johnson July 3, 2012 at 6:38 pm #

      1) Hmmm…. the way this specific shake was made was definitely not cheap. Probably close to 7 or even 8 dollars when all was said and done.

      A lot of that was in the nut butters though.

      So if I were to have the blueberry version (much simpler), the cost would drop dramatically. Even with the high quality egg, milk, whey, and berries … maybe 3-4 dollars, tops.

      2) I wouldn’t use solid organic chocolate, doesn’t blend well. Instead use cocoa powder (real cocoa powder, not some random hot chocolate mix). You’ll still probably need a sweetener though … try raw honey or maple syrup.

      The chocolate syrup I used was organic, so there were no weird additives in it, just sugar and cocoa basically. It’s not ultra-sweet either. It’s syrup for sure, but pretty dark considering.

      3) Never really considered it. High quality raw egg yolks ARE my multi-vitamin. Raw milk is pretty bad ass in and of itself as well.

  2. - Maxx - July 3, 2012 at 1:44 pm #

    Going to try out that protein once I finish up with my Optimum Nutrition.

  3. Mo July 5, 2012 at 1:32 am #

    Hey Dream! I got 2 questions:

    1.) Can i make a bottle of this shake and store it in a bottle in the fride?
    2.) Is this drink suited for pre or post workout?

    Thanks

    • Anthony Dream Johnson July 5, 2012 at 10:20 am #

      I have never tried storing it long term. I have no idea how it would store. I always drink them immediately.

      I would never drink this pre-workout. You would throw it up immediately in any adequately intense strength training program.

      I drink it after I workout, although I’m not in a big rush to do so.

      • Mo August 11, 2012 at 7:43 pm #

        Can you tell me the macros for the shake – Protein/Carb/Fat percentage? Thanks

        • Anthony Dream Johnson August 14, 2012 at 2:14 pm #

          I don’t know the exact numbers. If I had to take a guess, I’d say about a 33/33/33 split. Not necessarily on purpose, but by incidence.

  4. Fury_pwntage July 17, 2013 at 12:57 pm #

    why would i use a raw egg yolk? please tell me. lets leave the salmonella for a while. have u heard of a substance called avidin? please look that up if u haven’t. and isn’t the cooked egg more bio absorbable by the body as compared to a raw egg?

    • Anthony Dream Johnson July 17, 2013 at 7:55 pm #

      Raw yolks are great. Whites need to be cooked, or skipped. When making shakes I just toss them. When cooking I eat them, but try to leave the yolk as uncooked as possible, regardless of cooking method.

      Raw eggs that have been disinfected and cleaned thoroughly are safe. Contamination comes from chicken eggs laid by chickens who eat garbage and are locked in tiny cages in their own crap all day. Egg yolks I use are high quality, typically from my own back yard. Eggs only sit outside for a few hours before being cleaned and refrigerated.

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