I swear Soylent has a higher freezing temp than water


I found an old thread on the freezing point of Soylent, but didn’t really find anything definitive in it.

I have a problem where if I store Soylent in our small extra garage fridge (basically a “dorm room fridge”), it freezes SOLID in no time. No matter what temperature setting I set the freezer to (and it goes from 1 to 7 so… wtf do the numbers even mean??) the Soylent freezes solid, but water bottles stored side by side, do not. So what gives??

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I feel like Soylent could make a great Pykrete. It freezes seriously rock hard. I just don’t understand why when water doesn’t.