So I’ve been lurking for a while reading up about Soylent. I decided to take the plunge and make my own recipe. At first I started with the Beginner’s DIY Recipe. I wasn’t too much of a fan of it and didn’t like the taste much so I decided to tweak the recipe. Based on what Rob has done, the work posted by @CuriousBen (Thanks man, you’ve been a big help), and my own RDA amounts this is the recipe I’ve put together.
That is a link to the spreadsheet I’ve put together. I’ve tried to make this fairly comprehensive and useful for others looking to start out. In the spreadsheet you’ll find my RDA amounts (obviously one could adjust this to what their needs are), what the upper limit is for several vitamins/minerals with links to the nutrition website where I found my information, and links to the products I used to create the Soylent (most go to amazon). There’s a second spreadsheet in there which has the nutritional information for several multivitamins. When I started this with the Beginners DIY recipe I used the Alive! multivitamin but became unhappy with that as it just gives you a ton of stuff way past your RDA. Right now I’m using the Kirkland multivitamin but you can all see the different multivitamins for yourself.
Lastly, the recipe is designed to be Chocolate Malt flavored. The Whey Protein is chocolate malt flavored and I added malt powder and chocolate syrup to the recipe. The Chocolate syrup is organic and doesn’t have any partially-hydrogenated nonsense.
I’d appreciate any feedback you all may have!