I’ve been lurking for a while and I’m ready to take the plunge with DIY Soylent. Maybe folks could give me some advice on a few things. I’m a 33 year old male, ~175 pounds. I strength train 2-4 times/week. My general plan is to do breakfast and lunch with soylent, then muggle dinner. I’ll also add an extra 40-60 grams of protein to daily diet.
- looks like People Chow is the most popular recipe. It sure looks easy to acquire and make. Are any of its design decisions controversial? What motivates folks to use other recipes?
- to do 1 meal a day, what should be my general approach – simply use the same amount of micronutrients, but cut out 1/3 of the macros? or should i also cut out 1/3 of the micros and assume i’ll get them from the muggle dinner? (example typical muggle dinner: lettuce and vegetables salad, meatballs, apple for dessert).
- anyone have an accurate and cheap balance to recommend?
- anyone have a assembly methodology to recommend? (prepare X days of powder… mix X hours/days in advance…)
Thanks for any advice!