I’m not sure that I understand why it would be difficult. I would imagine that there are just as many people who have bought supplies online as there have been people who’ve bought them from local retailers. It’s not necessarily WHERE they bought them, but what the actual product is.
Sure, people put together their own routines, and figure out what they need, but personally…as someone who’s already put a massive amount of time and effort into putting my soylent recipe together…I’m really kind of tired of researching. Yes, I’m looking for my own stuff, but I’m also trying to gather information from people who’ve already been doing this a while, who have experience with what works great…and what didn’t work out so well.
Maybe someone bought a stick blender, and realized that it didn’t work well. Maybe someone bought one kind of container to carry their soylent to work, only to realize that they needed something different. If someone already found a blender that was of similar quality and capacity to the Ninja blender someone suggested to me in my other thread, that was cheaper than $140, why should I have to spend hours comparing products if someone is willing to share that information?
I don’t know. If you (others) don’t think it would be helpful, that’s ok. I just figure if I’m looking for something specific, I can’t be the only one who’s gone looking/will go looking for it. Really trying not to reinvent the wheel here, because I’m really limited on resources atm.