Its not fiber, my soylent has always had plenty. Its not gas, no problems there. My diet has always been high in oatmeal so i am used to it.
I think it might be because i drink it too fast. If it is there i will drink it. I think i will have to aither split it in half each serving, or try a whole day pitcher and drink a bit at a time.
This recipe has a very weird sweetness to it. I think mostly from the tapioca starch, but also from the high whey content. The brown sugar i have always used but this recipe is sweet in just a weird way.
I also add just a bit of chocolate, cinnamon and a few drops of 100% pure maple syrup, and a couple of drops of pure vanilla extract… This combination oddly neutralizes every thing and i get an almost tasteless but still pleasant mix.
I do get a little light headed with this one as well, something i had not really experienced with my modified version of People Chow. I am going to cut down the Tapioca starch and see if perhaps my soylent has too high of a GI.
I very much like the numbers on this recipe. It is a bit on the pricey side though because of the protein content and the amount of soymilk. However, additional suplements have been cut way down. GNC in the original People Chow is 23 grams. I have cut that down to just 15 grams, now stretching one container 2.5 months. Choline i have at just half a gram. And of course iodized salt is necessary.
I am considering making a “concentrate” What i mean is i have no space for a whole pitcher of soylent (shared fridge ) but in this recipe i use half a carton of soymilk a day. I will try to mix my days powder directly into the soymilk carton. This would create a sort of concentrate i could then shake and pour directly into my water. Thoughts?