Most of the recipe’s I’ve seen have an upfront cost of hundreds of dollars. I have a tendency not to stick with things, so that’s way to much for me to test it out. The only recipe I’ve seen with an upfront cost under $100 is @SuperRob’s SuperSoylent which is $77. If I drop the olive oil and coconut oil for canola oil which I already have and drop the vitamin C crystals for vitamin C tablets which I already have then I’m under $50, which is ideal for me to experiment with. I also added in some fish oil pills.
Here’s what I have so far; http://www.makesoylent.com/recipes/kore-s-supersoylent-2
The nutrient profile is the U.S. government DRI, male 19-50, 2000 calories, but I modified the calories, carbs, protein, and fat based on the Nutrient Profile Calculator. I need to increase the calories and carbs, without increasing fat, iron, manganese, or phosphorous. I’m really close to the max of manganese and already over on phosphorous. If someone could suggest a way to fix this without adding too much to the upfront cost then I’d be very grateful.