I’ve read through the previous threads on keeping Soylent cold , but it didn’t quite address my particular scenario. I’m trying to figure out how to keep Soylent 2.0 cold in the bottle itself without moving it to another medium.
One of the reasons why I chose the liquid 2.0 version over the powder versions was that it was much less prep and I could throw it in my backpack if I needed a meal on the go, yet I don’t have to consume it that day. The problem I have however is that as it sit in my backpack, it becomes warm before I consume it. I’d throw it in the fridge at work, but unfortunately it is usually fully so there’s no guarantee that I’ll get space to put in there. So far I’ve thought about two potential solutions to this problem.
I was wondering if anybody else had had this problem and have used a similar solution, or have thought of a better solution.