Continuing the discussion from Official Soylent Shipping Update:
Julio, you said the female version was 1800 calories. I wasn’t aware that the calories would be pre-mixed into the Soylent. From what we knew when we each ordered our month supply, it looked like you mixed the oil in to add calories. Is there any way I could add less oil (or whatever is used for calories) to get a lower calorie Soylent until the diet version comes out? Or is there anything wrong with just eating less Soylent (and not supplementing with food) to lower the calorie count, or would this deprive me of some nutrients to a detrimental degree? I broke my legs in the army, so I am quite sedentary, to the point where I’m eating 1200 calories/day or less. If I eat even 1500/day I gain weight. I’m okay with maintaining weight for now (although I could stand to lose a few pounds) but I want to avoid gaining weight if at all possible. I will definitely gain weight if I eat 1800 calories/day.