Electricity Consumption After Starting Soylent (Unplugged Fridge)


#1

Saw this posted online (not mine) and thought it was interesting:

"My electricity consumption after I unplugged the fridge. (when I started 100% soylent)"
http://imgur.com/q1RBqvu


#2

RL recommends that Soylent be chilled, so it’s unclear how that would be done with no fridge. (However, I did read that a microwave-like chilling process might be available someday.)


#3

it is purely a taste preference. i (among others) prefer soylent unchilled.


#4

Yeah, 2.0 is shelf stable, and you can mix 1.5 as needed.


#5

I think @rob said that he got rid of his refrigerator also.


#6

He did, but when you are the boss, you don’t have to follow your company’s instructions. I also like Soylent fine unchilled, but it does say in the introductory pamphlet that it is best chilled.


#7

Soylent v2.0 is fine unchilled (I like it cool not cold) but v1.x all needed to be chilled.


#8

I read about Rob not using a fridge anymore, too.

But how is he doing his laundry without the freezer?

Very curious…


#9

For a while he was experimenting with 'disposable" clothing. He’d buy inexpensive clothing, wear it a few times, then donate it. I think I read that he’s now sending his laundry out to be done, but I could be wrong.


#10

Won’t somebody think of the beer!!!