Danny Lehr: Welcome to the Gas Station Cappuccino, by Caffeine and Kilos. I am Danny Lehr. Beside me is my business partner, life partner.
Dean Saddoris: Life partner.
Danny Lehr: Dean Saddoris.
Dean Saddoris: Here we are. Partners in crime.
Danny Lehr: This is episode-
Dean Saddoris: None of y'all business. Number 14.
Danny Lehr: Well, yeah, but I thought were weren't gonna say the episode anymore after the whole UFC change the deal thingy.
Dean Saddoris: Oh, yeah, this is episode, we'll find out down the road.
Danny Lehr: Episode we'll find out.
Dean Saddoris: It's the next episode from the last one.
Danny Lehr: The next episode, should we say why that is? We can let people know what's up. So here's the situation. We had a guest last episode, episode 13, which is lucky episode 13 for us. We had a guest, and the thing is, it's a UFC fighter. Well, the deal with that is that he has a fight coming up, and so the episode was not going to air until after that fight, but we talked about it a little bit on the episode. We want to make sure that it goes out the week of the fight, so we've got to push that up. So episode 13 is going to be live after episode 10, which all of that is going to be in the past now. The point is it's going to go like 10, 13, 11, 12. So we said maybe we shouldn't really announce the episode numbers, and whatever happens, happens.
Dean Saddoris: Yeah, we'll just roll them out on the intro of the podcast.
Danny Lehr: On the podcast, there it is. Hey, we've got a few emails.
Dean Saddoris: Yeah, let's hear them. Questions, comments, or concerns?
Danny Lehr: Well, they're answering questions of ours.
Dean Saddoris: Let's hear it.
Danny Lehr: So one is during a previous episode, mentioned [inaudible 00:01:54], said didn't remember what movie it's from. We're talking about Chicken Fights. The episode where we lost all of our PETA member listeners because we said that we were not necessarily pro-cockfights, but not really necessarily anti-cockfights.
Dean Saddoris: Oh, yeah. Birds are a weird thing.
Danny Lehr: Birds are weird. So talked about donkey show, was brought up. Kind of felt bad for the girl, kind of felt bad for the horse. But I didn't remember what movie that was from. So Jake Pudenz, Cal Strength teammate Jake Pudenz, commented on the YouTube channel, said, "40 Year Old Virgin is the movie."
Dean Saddoris: Yeah it is, that's it. Man, I'm surprised we didn't get that one, because that movie is hilarious. I probably saw that movie 100 times.
Danny Lehr: Aaron actually said that, Aaron goes, "I've seen that movie 100 times."
Aaron: I don't remember that part.
Danny Lehr: Aaron has not seen The Big Lebowski.
Dean Saddoris: Seth Rogen's the guy that says it?
Danny Lehr: Seth Rogen says it, yeah.
Dean Saddoris: That was a breakout role for Seth Rogen. That's what got him his claim to fame, that's what kick started his career.
Danny Lehr: Launched the career. So yeah, so there's that. Next email up is actually sent to us from ... So Jake's was a comment on the YouTube, which that counts. Then, we actually got a couple emails. You email email@example.com, goes to us, is from our friend Jeff Lund, Alaska Lund. He has a podcast, The Mediocre Alaskan.
Dean Saddoris: That's right, and he also just did a caffeine overdose blog on our website.
Danny Lehr: That's right. He's a writer, and he wrote a blog about caffeine overdose. It's on caffeineandkilos.com.
Dean Saddoris: Yeah, go check that out. It's actually a top 10 percent most looked at Shopify stores blog post.
Danny Lehr: So every blog post that's been posted on any Shopify store over the last whatever month or couple weeks it's been out, it has been top 10 percent.
Dean Saddoris: It's getting a lot of action. And it's a quick little read.
Danny Lehr: Oh yeah, quick little read. It's fun, informational. It's kind of like his podcast, except for it has facts. It has actual information.
Dean Saddoris: Factoid Nation's our other podcast for the facts.
Danny Lehr: Only facts. So we were talking about Guam, because we don't know shit about Guam.
Dean Saddoris: It's U.S. territory.
Danny Lehr: It's U.S. territory. That was about the extent of our knowledge. So he sent us some info, and he said three things. And he actually sent some photos that people won't be able to see, which is too bad. But anyway, he sent some pictures, and he said, here we go, "1. While in Alaska," oh, it was also the episode I think we talked about wiping. We're talking about wiping, how to use toilet paper. "While in Alaska, the only appropriate wiping happens when using wet wipes with a maximum of three folds." Maximum of three folds, remember that. He said, "No one wants to endure toilet paper wiping when squatting next to a cedar tree when it is 28 degrees outside." That sounds fair.
Dean Saddoris: Before we get off the train on wet wipes too far, there is a kid at our gym who said to me, his name is ... I won't say his name.
Danny Lehr: Say his name.
Dean Saddoris: New guy to the gym. He's a really good dude, his name's no name. Just kidding.
Danny Lehr: Say his name. Out him, out that motherfucker.
Dean Saddoris: I was like, "Man, I got to take a dump." "Dude, these wipes, I got you."
Danny Lehr: Just like that?
Dean Saddoris: It goes farther. He was like, "Dude, I got a hairy butt hole. I keep wipes on deck all day."
Danny Lehr: That's a real thing. That makes sense.
Dean Saddoris: And I'm like, you know what? I love a good wipe, or a good wet one. I keep them stocked at home. Sometimes we have them here until we run out, and then we just don't buy anymore. And yes, I do flush the unflushable ones.
Danny Lehr: The hairy butt hole makes sense, because you know what that reminds me of? It's like when your dog has a dingleberry.
Dean Saddoris: Try to get it out.
Danny Lehr: So you get a wet paper towel, and you're sitting there, and you're like, it's like the most disgusting thing. I gotta get this shit off my dog's butt, otherwise he's just going to wipe all over the house. Our dog sits on the couch, so we can't just leave him with this little turd hanging off. No you don't want poo on stuff, so it's this weird thing. You're sitting there, trying to get this clump of shit out of your dog's butt hairs. There's no way you can do that with dry paper towels.
Dean Saddoris: I got you, dog. I got wet wipes all day.
Danny Lehr: I got a hairy butt hole, dog. I got wet wipes. I got them on deck.
Dean Saddoris: Sure as shit, there they were in his gym bag. A bag of wet wipes.
Danny Lehr: Non-flushables?
Dean Saddoris: They were like regular ones, yeah. Not the flushable ones.
Danny Lehr: Did you ask him if you flush them?
Dean Saddoris: No, he said, "No, those things suck." That's exactly what he said. He's like, "No, I don't use those, those suck. They'll just rip." Because they do, they do suck. That's why no one buys them, and that's why everybody else flushes the regular ones, like me.
Danny Lehr: Well there you go. Jeff continues to say, "Side note, so there I was," which is the best way to start a [inaudible 00:07:16] story. "So there I was, defecating in the woods when I saw a deer. So I pulled up my pants with zero wipes completed, grabbed my rifle, and harvested the [inaudible 00:07:25]."
Dean Saddoris: So while he was taking a shit ...
Danny Lehr: Sees a deer, sees a buck. Stands up, pulls his pants up, with no wipes. Shitty butt hole, grabs his rifle, shoots the deer.
Dean Saddoris: The situation rises. Wiping is more of a non-necessity.
Danny Lehr: My only question is why deal with pulling the pants up?
Dean Saddoris: Yeah, just let the dick out. Let the dick breathe for that shot.
Danny Lehr: Look, if you're not doing dick out hunting, what are you doing?
Dean Saddoris: You're not hunting properly. It's reckless to hunt with your pants on.
Danny Lehr: If I had a nickel for every time I've said that, you know what I mean?
Dean Saddoris: Well that's a funny story.
Danny Lehr: I think there's a whole group of people, they call themselves the doh hunters, and people are confused because they think, "No man, you can only shoot the bucks." But doh is the acronym for Dicks Out Hunting. DOH. We call ourselves the Doh boys. [crosstalk 00:08:28] go hunting? No, no, no. Dicks out.
Dean Saddoris: So I'm guessing at 28 degrees, there's no pubic manscaping. You've got to have bush surrounding.
Danny Lehr: Oh for sure.
Dean Saddoris: Surrounding bush.
Danny Lehr: For sure, I guarantee it. Gotta get some insulation.
Dean Saddoris: Smart.
Danny Lehr: Then he went on, because we were talking about Guam, he said, "Attached to the picture of me trying to find a golf ball at a golf course in Guam, out of bounds in a jungle. And finding a World War II era airplane is uncomfortable."
Dean Saddoris: Like a real airplane?
Danny Lehr: Yeah, so he was golfing in Guam, and it's a jungle. So you're out of bounds, it's in the jungle. He's looking for his golf ball in the jungle, and found a World War II era airplane.
Dean Saddoris: Just mangled in the brush.
Danny Lehr: Uh huh. The photo of that one is really hard to see, it's black and white. But it's there. And then the third point was, and I knew this, because Jeff and I are friends. His brother was stationed in Guam for like four years, so he visited there. I forgot about that though, and so we answer our questions about that. Basically, the answers are that yes-
Dean Saddoris: Well, that picture's almost useless.
Danny Lehr: I know. The real picture, I'll show you later. But yes, it is U.S. territory, has a big U.S. military presence for potential action in Asia, and they use American money, so they do use USD. And some people refer to it as Japan's Hawaii. There you go, and that's everything you need to know about Guam.
Dean Saddoris: Japan's Hawaii.
Danny Lehr: According to Jeff. He has no reason to lie to me.
Dean Saddoris: That sounds like it could be fun.
Danny Lehr: Next up, for our next segment after mail time, you ever watch that show Mail Call with the marine? That old grungy marine guy? "Mail call!" And people would write in questions about the military, and he would answer them.
Dean Saddoris: God, I want to say I do, but I'm not sure.
Danny Lehr: That's all right. So mail call section's over. Now next is what's going on with our listenership.
Dean Saddoris: Yeah, let's hear it. We haven't done this in a few episodes.
Danny Lehr: We have more countries on board.
Dean Saddoris: Jeez, how many now?
Danny Lehr: We've got to guess, Dean. That's part of the thing. I have the facts in front of me, you make guesses based on nothing.
Dean Saddoris: Well, I've got some knowledge. So last time, we were at about 30. So I'm going to say now, we're at about 37. More or less?
Danny Lehr: Oh, like that was a question, more or less?
Dean Saddoris: Yeah.
Danny Lehr: I thought you were like, "37." I said, "No," you're like, "Ah, more or less." Which would make it right, if it's more or less. More.
Dean Saddoris: Oh wow. 43.
Danny Lehr: Oh come on, Dean. We're doing well, but we're not doing ...
Dean Saddoris: 42.
Danny Lehr: 41.
Dean Saddoris: 41. So we've been downloaded in 41 different countries?
Danny Lehr: 41 different countries, including the Russian Federation. They're last on the list, so come on, Russian Federation, get it together.
Dean Saddoris: I went there once, it was interesting.
Danny Lehr: Now here's the other thing, so Russian Federation is the smallest, and then the next from the bottom goes Finland, and Iceland, which makes sense because how many people fucking live there? You can't really blame them.
Dean Saddoris: I think it's 1000 people. 1000.5.
Danny Lehr: Right, 1000.5, so the one download from Finland, that's pretty good. 0.1% of the entire population. That's pretty good.
Dean Saddoris: That's good.
Danny Lehr: Yeah. And here we go, this is topical though. Finland, Iceland, Guam, and then Norway. Those are the bottom of the barrel.
Dean Saddoris: The Norwegians.
Danny Lehr: Yeah, the Norwegians. So I don't know what it is with these Northern Europeans, and why they don't want to listen to us. Why are they at the bottom of the list?
Dean Saddoris: Well, I think that they're just getting started.
Danny Lehr: Takes a long time to get out there, with the cold weather, too, probably really slows things down.
Dean Saddoris: Gotta think of us like a sun from a light, like a star.
Danny Lehr: Oh yeah, yeah, yeah.
Dean Saddoris: Just travel through the light years, man.
Danny Lehr: Light years.
Dean Saddoris: We'll get there.
Danny Lehr: Yeah, makes sense. And also, the other thing is I know I move slower when I'm cold. You know?
Dean Saddoris: Yeah, the radio waves are just freezing.
Danny Lehr: Yeah, or the internet waves. Absolutely. Okay now, top countries since we got those out of the way, got the bottom of the barrel out the way. Let's hit it up to the top. Number one, U.S. Number two country is?
Dean Saddoris: Canada?
Danny Lehr: They're number three.
Dean Saddoris: Number two, other.
Danny Lehr: Yes. It is other. The country other is still got a stranglehold in that number two spot.
Dean Saddoris: So no change to the top three.
Danny Lehr: No change to the top three. U.S., other, Canada, U.K., Australia, Costa Rica, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, there we go. Ireland, Switzerland, New Zealand.
Dean Saddoris: Are you going to name all 41?
Danny Lehr: Senegal, Italy, Egypt, Turkey, Brazil, Republic of Korea, Barbados. That's probably Rihanna.
Dean Saddoris: Barbados, yeah. What's the movie, Dunston Checks In?
Aaron: I don't know.
Dean Saddoris: You've never seen that movie? You've ever seen Dunston Checks In?
Danny Lehr: I know the name though.
Dean Saddoris: It's got George Costanza in it from Seinfeld, and it's about a monkey that checks into a hotel.
Danny Lehr: So it's like a real thinking, it's a thinking man's movie.
Dean Saddoris: They're trying to capture him so he doesn't ruin, like this five star review person's coming to the hotel to do an inspection.
Danny Lehr: That sounds like a classic movie.
Dean Saddoris: It's actually a hilarious movie.
Danny Lehr: My father, his favorite cards, when we were a kid, like for his birthday or Christmas or Father's Day, you get him a card from Hallmark, whatever, if it doesn't have monkeys on the front doing human stuff, you're wasting your time. That's all he wants. It gets him going. It's like, everyone's got their thing that's hilarious. For him, if there's two apes on the cover, like cheering coffee mugs or something, or in a suit and tie. All you need is an ape in a cubicle. And right there, you can put anything on the card, and it's a winner.
Dean Saddoris: Doesn't even matter.
Danny Lehr: Doesn't even matter.
Dean Saddoris: Does he save them?
Danny Lehr: Oh no, there's no way. I mean, maybe.
Dean Saddoris: [crosstalk 00:15:12] stockpiles, and he just goes in his room, [crosstalk 00:15:14] these cards, and just cries laughing for hours.
Danny Lehr: It's possible. I mean, it is funny. But [inaudible 00:15:24] his thing. Like, "Another monkey card!" Gets him going.
Dean Saddoris: Why don't you guys compete who can get the funniest monkey card, whole family.
Danny Lehr: Some people would say that's not a competition, that none of them are funny. But that's not true. I always think they're great.
Dean Saddoris: And there's always a lot of those, that's a popular card.
Danny Lehr: Popular card. Monkeys freak me out, at the zoo. I don't want to see the gorillas.
Dean Saddoris: Gorillas, that's a different story.
Danny Lehr: They are extremely impressive.
Dean Saddoris: Like a silverback.
Danny Lehr: They're so huge, and they're so human like, they fucking freak me out. I don't want to see the chimps. Like I do, but could you imagine being in a cage with a chimpanzee? That is not ... Fuck that.
Dean Saddoris: I'd be more scared of silverback. Chimpanzee, I don't think I would be necessarily scared, unless it was violent. But I would never want to be in one with a fucking big one.
Danny Lehr: You know what I really like? The quote of like-
Dean Saddoris: That shit's scary. When they come running, moving like fucking 25 miles an hour, running at you.
Danny Lehr: See how quick they move?
Dean Saddoris: Yeah. I've seen one jump off a wall parkour style. Like moving at 25 miles an hour.
Danny Lehr: [inaudible 00:16:48] 400 pounds. More than that, way more than that. Probably like 800 pounds.
Dean Saddoris: This one wasn't the biggest one I've seen.
Danny Lehr: I wonder how much a gorilla weighs. What's the average weight of a silverback gorilla?
Dean Saddoris: Let us know at podcast@gasstationcappuccino.
Danny Lehr: Podcast@caffeineandkilos.com.
Dean Saddoris: That one, too.
Danny Lehr: You know what I really like? Is the quote when people talk about getting after tenacity and unyielding tenacity, stuff like that, is one of those things where probably one day, I'm going to be fired up and say it also, but it's like, "If you ever see me in a fight with a bear, help the bear." It's a good one, it's one of those, fired up, [inaudible 00:17:33]. Like, dude, I will not quit. If you ever see me in a fight with a bear, help the bear. You better help the bear. Something like that.
Dean Saddoris: Like what's his name, what was that movie? Did we talk about this before? There was that movie with Brad Pitt when he fights the bear at the end. Can't remember what it's called. And no, I'm not talking about Leonardo DiCaprio.
Danny Lehr: Yeah, what's that Leonardo DiCaprio one?
Dean Saddoris: That is The Revenant.
Danny Lehr: The Revenant. I watched that shit on an airplane.
Dean Saddoris: Great movie.
Danny Lehr: Super intense.
Dean Saddoris: I bought that movie.
Danny Lehr: I saw the person next to me kept looking over my shoulder at my phone screen, couldn't even hear it, they were into it.
Dean Saddoris: That whole movie was shot with natural light, too. No studio lighting in that whole movie.
Danny Lehr: Kind of like in here.
Dean Saddoris: Yeah. Sure, except for that studio light behind Aaron.
Danny Lehr: Oh, right. Yeah, that one.
Dean Saddoris: But the whole movie was shot in natural light.
Danny Lehr: Really? You know what's impressive about it? It's like-
Dean Saddoris: Cat.
Danny Lehr: Also, it's kind of like Castaway, where it's like three quarters of the movie, just one dude.
Dean Saddoris: Not much dialogue.
Danny Lehr: One fucking guy tramping through the great outdoors.
Dean Saddoris: Survival, man.
Danny Lehr: Yeah.
Dean Saddoris: Survival, you don't need words for that. Or action, in survival situations, you just watch. You don't really need dialogue.
Danny Lehr: How many people fight bears in movies?
Dean Saddoris: There's been a few. He gets fucked up in that movie, too, by that bear.
Danny Lehr: It's realistic.
Dean Saddoris: The one at the end, see the one I'm talking about, the Brad Pitt one, you don't know what happens. That's when the movie ends.
Danny Lehr: Just ends. Starts [inaudible 00:19:14] a bear.
Dean Saddoris: Basically turns into it's him, this bear's coming at him, and he grabs his knife, turns around, gets ready to go, movie's over.
Danny Lehr: Oh shit.
Dean Saddoris: Freeze frame style.
Danny Lehr: That reminds me of, I wouldn't say disappointing, but disheartening. This story, maybe 15 years ago, where this kid was nuts. This kid was like 15 years old, and he was off his rocker, lost his shit type thing. Took a sawed off shotgun, and he was up in Canada. He starts hiking in Canada, and you know what he's doing? He's going up to grizzlies, to bears, getting up close to them, having them rear up on their hind legs, and then shoots them. So it's like this whole living on the edge type thing, because if it misfires or whatever, that's that. Doneski type thing, because it's big old grizzlies. But that's what he was doing. They caught him, he shot like half a dozen bears. He would just search out bears and get them riled up, and have them charge, go up on their hind legs, and shoot them in their heart, with a sawed off shotgun.
Dean Saddoris: This is based on a true story?
Danny Lehr: This is a true story.
Dean Saddoris: Oh wow. Legends of the Fall.
Danny Lehr: Oh, Legends of the Fall.
Dean Saddoris: Great movie. Long, but good. That's a good movie. That's insane, that is crazy. Then he would just leave them there?
Danny Lehr: Just leave them. Dean, you said practice night, you got a strict press.
Dean Saddoris: Strict press max out.
Danny Lehr: Strict press max out.
Dean Saddoris: Yep, playoff day.
Danny Lehr: What are we looking for?
Dean Saddoris: I'm looking for 200 pounds, so that's 91 ki's.
Danny Lehr: How much you weigh?
Dean Saddoris: About 81, 82 kilos.
Danny Lehr: So you're going to press way more than what's necessary to be a man.
Dean Saddoris: Well, I did 85 pretty easily last week, and I should've had 90 last week. But I just needed ... It was one of those [inaudible 00:21:12] where it was so close, and it leaves a bad taste in your mouth.
Danny Lehr: I think you strict press more than I do right now.
Dean Saddoris: Well I'm doing it a lot, and you haven't at all.
Danny Lehr: Well, there's that. But still. The most I've ever done is 205.
Dean Saddoris: I think 200 would be a big number for me to do, which I should be able to do because I blew up a 90 kilo muscle snatch on Tuesday, like fucking blew it up. It didn't even stop.
Danny Lehr: Again, you weigh 180 pounds. God, you're so much stronger than I am right now. I gotta get going. I've been squatting.
Dean Saddoris: Yeah, my squat always sucks. I just depend on my decent enough technique and my flexibility. Efficiency.
Danny Lehr: Efficiency. We have a bag of protein on the table.
Dean Saddoris: Yeah, speaking of which.
Danny Lehr: Is that a sponsor of ours?
Dean Saddoris: No.
Danny Lehr: Not sure [inaudible 00:22:12] sponsors. Sponsored by Caffeine and Kilos.
Dean Saddoris: But it is something that I personally ... I know you're not necessarily doing powdered proteins right now, but it's a product that I believe in, and that I use every single day. I make my casein pudding with.
Danny Lehr: Is it casein?
Dean Saddoris: This one is not. They have both, we have both here, too. They don't make this flavor in the casein. So the bag we have on the table here is the Cappuccino flavor by Ascent protein.
Danny Lehr: Cappuccino.
Dean Saddoris: So we figured why not put this on the table?
Danny Lehr: GFC.
Dean Saddoris: They just came out with it, it's actually extremely good. I'm not normally into the big coffee flavored proteins and stuff like that, but this one's really good. And it's not overbearing.
Danny Lehr: It's not coffee flavored.
Dean Saddoris: Well yeah, excuse me. Cappuccino flavored.
Danny Lehr: Cappuccino.
Dean Saddoris: So it's not super overbearing. It's just enough. So it's really good. [inaudible 00:23:01], obviously. But good stuff, good product. Good friend of ours, too, went on board with them, so I love it. I tell everybody every chance I can to start using that. It's good stuff.
Danny Lehr: They're it.
Dean Saddoris: Well yeah, the casein pudding at night is a game changer.
Danny Lehr: What do you put in there?
Dean Saddoris: Nine times out of 10, just the pudding. Just the powder and water. But if I have something around, or I just want a little extra something, I'll even throw an oreo in there, crunched up.
Danny Lehr: Oh shit.
Dean Saddoris: That's pretty good. Sometimes I'll do that, but most of the time, I'll make it really fast, throw it in the fridge, and then just do it on its own. It doesn't really need much.
Danny Lehr: Let's stick with our routine of being about 25 minutes in, and then actually get into something that's educational. So the night time, a lot of time, if we're tracking your macros or whatever, or if you're not, but if you just know you're short on food. You get to the end of the day, and you're like, "I just didn't eat enough." You're hungry or whatever, the night time casein protein is a great way to get in some kcals. So what I would do is, I did for a long time, in fact when I was following the RP Strength, I did it for a long time. The casein pudding, but then I'd look, I'm like, "Oh shit, I need more fat in my diet." So what I would do is I would mix in some butter.
Dean Saddoris: See, I've done the peanut butter. Protein peanut butter. Nuts 'N More brand, you get it at 5 star.
Danny Lehr: That's a whole other level. So what I would do, though-
Dean Saddoris: It's so good.
Danny Lehr: Also, I've done it before, even though I'm doing keto right now, I'm not doing it, but I've done it before when I've done keto, because a lot of times, my issue was getting in all my fats. And you've got to eat whatever, like 220 grams of fat a day. That kind of adds up, it's tough to get there. So what I would do in the casein pudding is I would throw in ... At first I was like, I'm just going to put a little coconut oil or something you don't really taste to get the super refined. And the consistency's not quite there, and I was like, oh shit, melted butter. So I put some butter in there, some melted butter, one or two tablespoons of melted butter.
Dean Saddoris: So what does that do to the flavor, just amplifies it?
Danny Lehr: It makes it taste like fudge. Because you think about fudge, it's like chocolate butter. That's what it tastes like, so you go the unsalted Kerrygold, 'cause you don't want a bunch of salt in there.
Dean Saddoris: What if I did margarine, like I Can't Believe It's Not Butter?
Danny Lehr: I can't believe you would ask that. You could try it.
Dean Saddoris: Wonder what that would taste like.
Danny Lehr: I have no idea. I've done it with ghee, but ghee is a little different taste, a little overwhelming. So you go one or two tablespoons, whatever you need. Say two tablespoons of melted butter with it, and then just a splash of water, whatever you need just to get it all mixed up. I keep it pretty thick still. Then, you go sea salt and just sprinkle it just on top. Just a little bit of sea salt on top, so it's almost like that salty chocolate type thing. And then you fridge it for about an hour and a half or so.
Dean Saddoris: Sometimes, I'll get lazy and I want it faster. I'll throw it in the freezer.
Danny Lehr: Oh yeah, I've done that move. And that works. It's okay.
Dean Saddoris: It works, sometimes it gets a little hard on the sides or something.
Danny Lehr: You can mix it at different consistencies. Sometimes, I'll mix it, like a pudding, but make it thicker. You can actually make it like a mousse, or almost like a fudge.
Dean Saddoris: Like a frosting or a fudge.
Danny Lehr: Like a frosting. So there you go, you need to get in those extra calories in a night, it's a good way to do it.
Dean Saddoris: And it's tasty. It tastes really good.
Danny Lehr: It tastes so damn good. I'm going to get some. I'm going to get some casein protein.
Dean Saddoris: We have a bunch underneath the thing.
Danny Lehr: Is it Ascent?
Dean Saddoris: Yep.
Danny Lehr: Well, shit.
Dean Saddoris: Just re-upped us. I go through that shit quick.
Danny Lehr: I'm going to start doing night time casein protein, and I'm going to follow that up very quickly with a little extra back acne because when I up my dairy, that's what happens.
Dean Saddoris: Where did you take down the dairy? Where are you getting the dairy from?
Danny Lehr: That's right, wait, is casein from milk?
Dean Saddoris: I don't think so.
Danny Lehr: [inaudible 00:27:07] from milk. I think casein's from milk also.
Dean Saddoris: We'd have to check that out, I don't remember. I just know that this one turns into a liquid when you put water in it, and the casein doesn't.
Danny Lehr: Oh, there we go. I also know that-
Dean Saddoris: But I've ran out of casein before, like, maybe I can just use regular protein.
Danny Lehr: Casein's slower digesting also.
Dean Saddoris: Yeah, I thought that was maybe the only difference. But then, it doesn't mix the same.
Danny Lehr: Thicker.
Dean Saddoris: I wonder why that is.
Danny Lehr: Thicc, with two c's.
Dean Saddoris: Because you try and make it with this stuff right here, the bowl just turns into a bowl of water. So it doesn't thick it up at all.
Danny Lehr: Then you're just whipping it.
Dean Saddoris: Then you're doing nothing.
Danny Lehr: Like [inaudible 00:27:43]. There it is. Hey, if you guys know a guest that you think we should have on, now we're only doing an in-person guest. However-
Dean Saddoris: So they gotta be from Sacramento.
Danny Lehr: Maybe someone from Sacramento, or someone who's coming through Sacramento. Or if we're on the road, if we're out of town somewhere, we could have them on. We could bring it.
Dean Saddoris: Mm-hmm (affirmative). Road show.
Danny Lehr: Yeah, road show. So let us know if you listened to the episode with Josh Emmett. It'll be a few weeks ago by the time you hear this. Let us know what you think of that. Let us know if there's any specific guest you would like us to have on, or try and get on. You can get us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, we have a new domain for the podcast. It'll be up by the time this airs. So we understand that Gas Station Cappuccinos kind of a mouthful. In fact, you probably don't know how to spell cappuccino unless you're staring at a protein bag. There's two p's, there's two c's, three c's, I guess, count the first one. Anyway, there's a lot going on there, so we want to shorten it up for you. So if you just go to gsc.show, that's the website.
Dean Saddoris: That's the quick link.
Danny Lehr: So go to gsc.show, and then you can do some different things there. We'll have links where you can subscribe, there's going to be a part where you can sign up for the email list. We're going to do some giveaways just to people on that list, do some stuff like that. And then also, there will be, obviously, links on there where you can watch all back episodes, all that type of stuff. Gsc.show.
Dean Saddoris: Gsc.show.
Danny Lehr: There it is.
Dean Saddoris: There it is.
Danny Lehr: All right guys, well, we'll be seeing you shortly.
Dean Saddoris: 'Till next time.
Danny Lehr: 'Till next time.
Dean Saddoris: Peace.