Food combo as soylent


#1

On the DIY Soylent Wiki home page it says

The word soylent is also used by some people to refer to a collection of foods which together provide complete nutrition; for example this and this.

The author goes on to say that she/he considers that stretches the definition of soylent a bit far, and I agree. But I would like to see the referenced examples. Unfortunately, the “this and this”, which look like attempted web links, aren’t – somehow the hyperlinks got left out.

Does anybody know where those references might be intended to point?


#2

Well do consider the maza or oat is is most soylent.


#3

They may have been referring to something like this, or this, although I don’t know if those are their specific examples.

@J_Jeffrey_Bragg and some others were building whole food recipes, I’m not sure who in that group is still active here.


#4

Ah, thanks! That looks like the right kind of stuff, and it satisfied my curiosity. I appreciate your help.