While looking up something else I stumbled across a paragraph supposedly detailing the food regiment of Mahatma Gandhi.
“Mahatma Gandhi largely experimented with food; it was important to
him. His personal diet was vegetarian and consisted of 1 litre of
goat’s milk; 150g wheat and rice; 75g leaf vegetables; 125g other
vegetables; 25g lettuce; 40g ghee and 40-50g coconut blossom sugar.” source
What’s interesting is how much that looks like a ‘real-food’ soylent variant, ha! So just for fun I picked out a few common vegetables found in indian cooking and put their info all into @nickp’s fantastic web app. Here it is, the Gandhi approved real-food soylent: http://www.makesoylent.com/recipes/51faf176388452020000008c
All the macro’s look mostly great and the micros are not bad either, especially when you consider the vegetable sources and what they don’t always list (like his sulfur being actually fine despite the 0 this shows) and the poor data I have on ghee and coconut sugar. And I gotta say @J_Jeffrey_Bragg, his looks simpler