A meal replacement beverage.
The cocoa version is like drinking chocolate ice cream, including the gummy mouth feel afterwards. It's definitely only a "treat" and not a meal replacement.
The vanilla has a definite flavor but is definitely tame. It also suffers from the mouth feel problem, which I think would be a problem for narration and singing.
See Soylent for a lot of notes which also apply to this product.
Food that will re-grow from kitchen scraps.
Guys, please don't pirate your food.
It started with https://imgur.com/gallery/xo4oA/
As usual, do research before attempting anything.
Some Buddhists have a ban on certain foods because they excite the senses.
Lately I've been making tea as a way to ritualize meals and add water to my diet, because Soylent tends to make the entire eating thing different.
I've had some terrible experiences with teas which would stain my teeth and upset my stomach with their "flavourings", so I looked around to find an alternative.
Boy did I find a damned good one.
Dilmah makes a pure single-source Ceylon tea. No flavouring and no extra shit.
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Made the very best green tea I've ever had or probably will ever had.
Unfortunately, they stopped making it.
I had bought it from Twin City, but apparently it had been so long since I used it that it was deleted.
I find Soylent extraordinarily palatable, but I know others would be interested in taste customization.
While thinking about Soylent, some other things came to mind.
Products are labelled with this notion of "daily requirements", but that's an incomplete and possibly non-optimal paradigm. Similarly, the food groups and servings per day concept has the same perspective problem.
I think these are useful and valid concepts, but there are some other interesting things to think about.
Some notes on how I prepare and eat Soylent.
I haven't experimented with Soylent flavouring for my own use.