Looking in detail at the nutrition facts, I found a slight inconsistency in the total Calorie count when performing a Calorie break-down.
One serving of Soylent, without the oil, is said to provide 510 Calories total. If however, we add the amount of Calories from carbs: 84grams * 4calories/gram = 336calories and the amount of calories from proteins: 38grams * 4calories/gram = 152calories, we obtain 488 Calories.
Now, the Soylent pouch states there’s 5 grams of fat in total per serving, that would be 5grams * 9calories/gram = 45 Calories from fat. Adding up all that would give us: 336 Calories from carbs + 152 Calories from protein + 45 calories from fat = 533 total Calories, which is not what is stated on the package.
Why this inconsistency? Are they accounting for the slight loss of product that occurs naturally during preparation?