Frozen Soylent?

I put a bottle full of Soylent in the freezer to get it really cold…and forgot about it. Now it’s frozen. Will it affect the nutritional qualities? I don’t mind eating it like a popcicle.

As I understand, freezing preserves nutritional value quite well. Except thawing may cause some loss of vitamin C, but that is not confirmed.

I in (unqualified) agreement. Cold preserves. Heat changes.

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I’m eating with a spoon. It’s like a Soylent flavored fudgecicle. I like it.

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So it does not completely turn to ice?

If you mean does the Soylent completely freeze, the answer is yes, it does.

Problem I’ve run into is that if you simply put a serving into the freezer and leave it there (e.g., overnight), it separates prior to freezing, so you end up with a thick layer of barely flavored ice and a thicker lower layer of frozen Soylent. I’m experimenting with ways to avoid this – e.g., giving it a stir or a shake every hour or so while it’s freezing. A little more work, but it should make for a tastier outcome.

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Hmm, toss it into an ice cream machine and let it stir until it’s frozen. Should make a nice creamy ice cream.

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Actually, since I froze mine accidentally, I did not do anything to it and it froze uniformly without any separation. It froze completely, but then began to thaw somewhat quickly at room temperature with a small heater going in my office. Then I was able to eat it with a spoon like one would eat Italian ice. It kind of continues to thaw as you eat it becoming part milky slush and it was really good!

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Awesome, plan to try it eventually.