Can I froth Soylent with French press?


#1

Hi all, I have problems digesting dairy and I’d like to try switching Soylent for the cream or milk in my morning coffee. If I buy a French press, could I use it to get some Soylent frothy to make myself a latte-style morning beverage? Has anybody tried doing this? Or has anybody found a better way? Thanks in advance!


#2

I’ve added straight 2.0 to coffee many times. I’ve never tried frothing with an espresso machine but it would probably work like milk. Mostly same consistency


#3

I tried adding soylent to (turkish) coffee in the past. It wasn’t as good as adding milk.


#4

I can’t say if it’d work for 2.0, but 1.5 tends to separate a bit with some thin foam on top and a thicker layer on the bottom. I’ve not tried to froth it deliberately, but I use one of those hand frothers to quickly mix small batches which works well aside from a bit of froth settling to the top. trying to froth it thoroughly might work better though. http://www.aerolatte.com/products/original/ that’s the style of frother I’m talking about, but I just have a generic one I got at ikea, you can find them all over these days.