Thanks for the response, but right now I am not making DIY soylent, and haven’t been for some months. I was looking at the powdered fat as I hoped to adapt the recipe I was using to make it more travel friendly.
As much as I found making DIY helpful, and I can attest that my health and wellbeing went back to its pre-soylent lethargy when I stopped and reverted to “eating normally”, I pretty much had to give it up for “political reasons”. I live in a backpackers, and it is impossible to make it up without attracting attention and having to explain that no, I am not making drugs or anything illegal, I am just preparing food for the week. So I ditched it and went back to eating normally, so as to not appear like an eccentric character from breaking bad who is doing something odd in a backpackers hostel.
I tried Aussie soylent for a while (opening a bag and putting it into a blender bottle is not that hard to do without having to explain the process to anyone watching) but to be honest, I found the Aussie soylent mixture less than appealing, and over priced at $20 a day compared to the $7 I was spending on DIY. I would have continued ordering the @AussieSoylent regardless, as I wanted to take it with me on a long trip, but they can’t meet demand, so that’s not an option either.
I plan to eventually get an apartment once I return from my trip to India at the end of the year, but until then, I will just have to “muggle it up” in the food department.