Here’s my nutrient profile, see the notes at the bottom: http://diy.soylent.me/nutrient-profiles/53e956e2099e7f02007a3f95
I don’t have a recipe ready for public consumption yet (small pun) and the first one I nail down is going to be beef stew (got a prototype in the crockpot right now), so probably not one you’d like to try.
I’m going to put together some basic whole food “recipes” or combinations of things that may be eaten in a day to fill all nutrition needs. I’m not the first one to do this, as there are “beans and rice” and various other recipes in the DIY recipe list now.
While I could eat a whole batch of my beef stew recipe over the course of a day (and probably will, sometimes), the other reasons for devising this recipe are:
a) I have to feed my family something
b) if I have a variety of simple recipes that each incorporate complete nutrition, then eating varying amounts of each over the course of a day for adequate daily calories will necessarily impart complete nutrition.
So I may have a nutritionally complete breakfast oatmeal dish, a tuna salad, cookies or “meal squares” etc.
I can freeze portions to microwave for myself later, or make a batch of stew to serve to guests, my whole routine is basically on autopilot, and no one need be the wiser.
My husband is already ready to 5150 me for drinking Ensure Plus and “not eating” so I’m looking for creative ways to branch out.