I do a bit of backpacking, (he says modestly) which means I spend at least one weekend a month in the woods. I would not say I am an ultralighter, these are guys that will saw the handle off their toothbrushes to save an ounce, but I can say, I carry about six or so pounds supporting food. I use a MSR Dragonfly stove, there is a fuel bottle with that, a cook kit, the food itself... you know where this is going.
Anyone use Soylent in backpacking? I of course am not going to take my pitcher out on the trail! I'm thinking of filling a bunch of empty 12 oz water bottles with Soylent, and doing a weekend with it as my sole food. I, of course, would do hydration seperately. Any thoughts? I was thinking of freezing most of them, as I have seen good results here about frozen soylent, a little worried about seperation, but a shake is as good as a nod as they say.
This could be awesome for backpacking, I mean, even if I don't go full Soylent, and use it for Breakfast and sometimes lunch, I think this is a thing that the food is designed for, right?