Baby formula dispenser


#1

I figured that since baby formula is basically Soylent for babies… maybe there are some useful baby formula tools out there we could also use for regular Soylent.

I found this which could be a nice way to dispense Soylent in even measurements without causing a mess:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DPSX5IS?tag=19-82341-20

Combined with this oil measuring tool could be good for making ‘1 portion’ of Soylent quickly:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0000VLZIA?tag=19-82341-20

I also found this ‘one step food maker’ which could work well if the heating could be turned off.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00E8KJYNC?tag=19-82341-20


#2

I might use this for my additives…


#3

That MinuNeat is brilliant. I didn’t understand how it worked by looking at the picture, and there aren’t any reviews for it on Amazon yet. But I found this video demonstration. Now I understand why it’s sold in a 2-pack! Any kitchen could use several! (Well, a pure-Soylent kitchen might only need one. :sunny:)

Edit: here’s the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q14TAsA3DmA


#4

The only problem with the Baby Brezza would be that it heats the formula. I don’t think that would work with Soylent.

I like the way you’re thinking though…


#5

Darn, another thing that Amazon won’t ship to Canada!

Eve


#6

It looks like the maximum amount MinuNeat releases is much too small. The biggest it says it will do is 3 time 3.5 tsp. That is 10.5 tsp. A cup is 48 tsp. I do about 3.25 cups of my DIY at a time (4 a day). That would take just under 15 times. It looked pretty good until I ran the numbers.


#7

I wonder how many new pregnancies Amazon is predicting because of this thread? Or have our searches for blender bottles and insulated bottles already pegged us as soylenteers?


#8

My favorite way to eat solyent especially in the morning is using my coffee maker to put hot water in a cup and mix the soilent in and it makes a cream of wheat consistency. Nothing better than a hot meal for breakfast :slight_smile:


#9

What about this new device? Seems the DIYer’s could use something like this…


#10

This is really good. Wish I hadn’t cancelled my order.