Pumpkin Spice Soylent


#1

Okay, I know a lot of people are anti-pumpkin spice, but for those of you who aren’t, I added 1/4 tsp. of cinnamon and a pinch of nutmeg and clove to half a pouch of 1.6 Soylent powder while mixing, and it was quite tasty. After I did that I realized I actually have a jar of “pumpkin pie spice” which has slightly different ingredients (ginger rather than clove) so I’ll try that next time.


#2

I’d rather not hear the term relentlessly for three months every year, but that’s down to marketers, not the good chefs amongst us like yourself.


#3

#4

Seems too strong a flavor to go over in Blighty.


#5

It’s a pretty basic flavor. :coffee: :smile:


#6

I dont’ like it because it reminds me of pumpkin pie a lot, which I like, but having any “PSL” from anywhere in liquid form to me is not much different than drinking a pie to my brain.


#7

Seems fairly popular over here.


#8

I was in the grocery store the other day and wow everything has a pumpkin spice esque flavor now.


#9

What’s that? …


#10

Pumpkin Spice is the new Pomegranate it seems.


#11

Pumpkin spice is so over. The new pumpkin spice is “coffee”.


#12

I think that could work out well, it has for me, but you need to be careful with premixed pumpkin pie spices. They are not all the same. One brand I tried is overloaded with cloves (which are probably a little cheaper than some of the other ingredients).


#13

Coffee is so over, the new coffee is artisanal seaweed.


#14

But will Seaweediest induce vomiting?