Soylent on Backpacking Trips

Does anybody have experience using Soylent on multi-day camp trips and other situations where you don’t have access to refrigeration? I’m going backpacking for a few days, would love to just eat Soylent, and am trying to figure out the most efficient way. Worst comes to worst I’ll just spoon the powder into my mouth and wash it down with water, but would like to avoid this if at all possible. Any suggestions? For containers I have to Soylent pitcher and two 1000 mL bottles.

A few previous threads on the subject:





I would use a Nalgene bottle and follow the instructions for making a single meal. (2 scoops powder, 4 scoops water). Put the cap on and shake it up!
You won’t need to refrigerate as long as the Soylent and water are not mixed.

I would just spoon the Soylent into a cup and add water. I tried that in my kitchen and it worked fine. I don’t see why being on the Pacific Crest Trail would make it worse.

Closing this to avoid splintering the discussion over multiple topics - please refer to one of the topics linked above for discussions on Soylent and Backpacking.

Thanks! :slight_smile: