@isaac_norwich, yeah, I'd consider it. Part of the reason I decided to do this for @marion is that I underestimated how much work it would be, but... heh, it's also kind of fun.
If you click on my profile, you should see a button to send me a private message.
For all who may be interested, I ended up crafting a custom recipe for @marion, tailored to a female nutrient profile, at 1800 calories a day. I call it... Marion Chow.
Lots of chocolate in that one! For anyone doing female recipes, I found that's an easy way to add iron without increasing calories too much.
I made two weeks of Marion Chow yesterday. Took a couple hours but I ran out of cocoa powder partway through, haha.
Going to ship on Monday.
@marion, People Chow is just a simpler, cheaper recipe tailored to a male nutrient profile (which Marion Chow is based on, but much more elaborated thanks to my last two months of experimentation). If you want, I could swap in a day's worth of that just for comparison. That way you wouldn't have to bother @Rishkoi with a big order until you know if you like it or not.
Not trying to steal business from @Rishkoi though. I'm not that masochistic, wanting to spend all my time pretending to be an assembly line worker in some sort of processed food factory. The more DIYers selling their stuff (in the lull before Soylent shipping is smoothly underway) the better.