As you probably know, I came up with my Soylent imitation recipe Schmoylent back in June of 2014 (with the new, maltodextrin-free version in October). And lots of people have been buying it from me on my site, thanks to Soylent’s long wait times.
But Schmoylent has always been different than Soylent 1.0 - thicker, more oats, less vanilla, stevia instead of sucralose, and so on. It tastes like pancake batter, which some people prefer, but it’s definitely not Soylent.
So, just for fun, I’ve been designing a throwback Schmoylent to be as close as possible to the original Soylent 1.0, with the same macronutrient amounts and almost the exact same quantities of main ingredients and flavorings. I call it Schmoylent Classic, and the recipe is on the DIY Soylent site here:
If you’ve been wanting to make your own Soylent, something that’s really as close as possible to actual Soylent, you can finally do so, with Schmoylent Classic.
I’m not selling it myself, but if there’s enough interest I could start doing so. Let me know.