It’s official, I gave all of my Peoples Chow ingredients and extras today to a friend (he isn’t on the Soylent train yet!) who I was sharing my recipes, both good and bad, with.
I had stopped my diy soylent path about a month ago primarily because I got bored with all of the experimenting and was really never satisfied with Peoples Chow (those that have gotten a grainy bag of masa surely understand). My own recipes were ok but I kept buying new ingredients to try and ended up with lots of different oils (fats), carb sources, protein powders, etc.
I had my first taste of official Soylent for ‘breakfast’ this morning. Attributes to describe Soylent: Creamy with small particles left in mouth after swallowing but not unpleasant. Reminded my daughter of thin (watery) cake batter. Neutral.
I estimate drinking about 500kcal at 7 am and was not hungry until 1 pm and just finished another 500 kcal.
Its date night so I will be having a muggle meal tonight and will resume Soylent for breakfast tomorrow.
If my body responds similar to my diy soylents, I look forward to far fewer BMs and losing a few more pounds as I have about 15 lbs more before I am satisfied. As well as the effiencies of not wasting time eating.