I am willing to do this. Unfortunately in early August I will be moving, and in my new living situation it will be a lot harder to make soylent (I will have no house). Therefore I am going to accept orders through Saturday, July 27. I might accept orders after that, but I’m making no promises.
Here are the recipes for which I have access to the materials:
- The hacker school soylent recipe. This is a low-carb, chocolate-flavored recipe, made by a professional chef.
- My general, all-purpose recipe. I can make it chocolate or vanilla, and I can make it with soy or whey protein.
- My almond flour based recipe. This recipe is optimized to taste good, and it does. It’s more expensive, due to the almond flour. Also I experienced some stomach irritation with it, I think due to the quantity of almonds. YMMV.
- I am working on a recipe for solid soylent using my materials, which I should be posting soon (like tomorrow).
I will also do customizations of these recipes, if you tell me what you want. E.g., more calories, low-carb, high fiber, etc. I am also willing to consider doing recipes other than these.
I’d have you pay the shipping, pay for materials, and pay $10/hr for my labor. As a very rough estimate, I think it takes me about an hour to make a week’s worth of soylent. The materials cost might be more than what is listed on the templates, because I’ll have to buy many ingredients locally to get them quickly, and when I order ingredients online (which I’ll have to do for a couple things), I’ll have to pay a premium for fast shipping. I will, in good faith, look for the cheapest source of ingredients that I can get in a timely fashion.
I am in Michigan, and I can ship to the U.S. I have no idea whether I can ship outside the U.S., but if you’re outside the U.S., and you do the research into customs etc. and find that it will be fine, then I can ship to you.
Disclaimer (1) is that I cannot guarantee that these recipes are safe or will work for you. Disclaimer (2) is that I haven’t tried storing any of these recipes for a long time, so I don’t know their shelf lives. In theory the shelf life should be quite long, but I just haven’t tested it. You might consider putting your powder in the freezer if you’re worried.