Are we sure version 1.4 isn't just Bisquick?


#1

I’m just sayin… It would explain how the backlog got cut down.

I’m just joking but pancake batter is all I taste when drinking 1.4 strait. Just flavored some for tomorrow so we will see how that turns out.


#2

Has anyone tried making pancakes with it yet???


#3

Waffles are greater than pancakes.


#4

I thought I recalled a pancake attempt thread. Waffles have definitely been done and I’d probably attempt them if I had a waffle iron.


#5

Did not look like it turned out well. I wonder if 1.4 would work better since it is thicker. Also, maybe half the water of making it to drink?


#6

Challenge accepted! I will post results this week!


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#7

DON’T DO THIS GUYZ. I made pancakes and I developed 6 stomach ulcers and my foot fell off. I should have listened to all those critics. WHY SOYLENT. WHY??


#8

LOL!!! OMG!!! WTF!!!


#9

Nevermind, after further examination I seemed to just be cramping up.


#10

Seriously it will be super crazy cool if you can actually come up with a nice, fluffy-yet-dense-and-slightly-crispy-at-the-edges Soylent pancake. I would totally make those, I loves me some pancakes.


#11

I would be even more interested in the resulting nutritional value left in such a pancake.


#12

I have tried the Ihop magic of trying to make eggs fluffy (they add a little pancake batter). Sadly Soylent was not up to that challenge :frowning:


#13

Thats the challenge. Some recipes are fun but can remove the purpose of Soylent just by the ratios used. We aim ourselves to keep %70 or more of the value.


#14

A trick I learned from my mom long ago was to add some lemon juice to pancake batter. I’m not sure how much (it wasn’t much as I recall) but something about the citric acid I think caused pancakes to fluff up. Can probably google it.


#15

Might also add a little baking soda for fluff


#16

I have not seen that online, how much do you add?


#17

One tablespoon.

The scientific secret of fluffy pancakes.

(There are a few other sites that recommend the same tbsp, when you search online.)


#18

It might depend on how much batter you are making.


#19

Try 1/2 teaspoon baking soda & 1 teaspoon baking powder
Will make them fluffy. And I second the lemon juice. About 2 tablespoons fresh will give them a nice hmmm what can this be?


#20

A bit sparkling water seems to be another trick.