I am using an over the counter recipe with ingredients that can all be purchased at my local Sprouts grocer. Sprouts has a good supplements section, and has a health food slant, but a similar store should be available to most. The recipe is posted at www.makesoylent.com as Oat, Flax, Whey, Brown Rice Syrup, and uses 2 Softgel Multivitamins, 150g Rolled Oats, 61 g Whey Isolate, 20 g Flax seed, 50 ml Olive Oil, 40 g Molasses, 90 ml Brown Rice Syrup, 3 g Iodized Table Salt, 3 g Nu-salt (potassium chloride), 6g MSM, and 3 gm dried (15 gm fresh equivalent) Kale (since my supplement is missing vitamin K). I have been using it for several days, and it works well with a nice malt/caramel flavor from the molasses. Even the dried flax doesn’t grind up totally, so there is a bit of texture, which works fine for me. My wife likes it too, and she generally hates protein shakes. It is a bit addictive.
I would appreciate any comments which might improve the recipe. I am a bit new to this and want to make sure I haven’t missed anything fundamental. I probably will mostly use it as a 2x a day supplemental to a normal dinner meal, but may try a stretch on all Soylent.
Also, I really have to thank Nick P, the author of Makesoylent.com – it was by far the easiest app or spreadsheet to use, and allowed me to concentrate on getting full nutritional information for each ingredient and cross-checking units.