Food poisoning from BBQ is pretty common. Under cooked meat is dangerous, and it’s trickier then most people think to cook on a grill, particularly charcoal ones. You don’t get the even heat that people are used to with an oven, stove, and pans. So you tend to over cook some parts and under cook other parts. It might also have been a round about way, like someone used your fork on the uncooked BBQ. And yes, it can take 24 hours.
It’s unlikely that Soylent would cause you to puke. It’s usually pretty obvious if it goes bad. Unless you down it without tasting. It’s still possible, but it’s much more controlled then a back yard BBQ is.
It’s also possible that it’s unrelated to food. Perhaps your water, someone sneezed on you, a mosquito, or something else.
[quote=“ProSoylentUser, post:11, topic:25560”]I’ve been experiencing runny nose since I started soylent and recently it’s gotten worse in the past few months.[/quote]Maybe you have a soy allergy that’s getting worse. You could try 1.5 and see if it suits you better. Or one of the other competitors.