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So what ever happened to this shit? I don't see anyone talking about it anymore.
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Overpriced and theres no need to eat the same thing all day every day.

Whey is a much better meal replacement for much lower price.
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Soylentmeme sounds good until you realize that just eating beans, rice, oats, potatoes, and bananas is just as easy, time efficient, nutritious, and a tenth as expensive.
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>>52934688
>overpriced
$3 a meal isn't very expensive.
>>52934694
>calling something you don't like a meme
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>>52934731
>$3 a meal isn't very expensive.
Compared with $1.50 a meal it is.
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>>52934745
What costs this much and where?
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>>52934731
I said I did like it faggot, the idea - There're just better ways to go about it. And liking or not liking something doesn't change the fact that it's a maym.
I pay less than $30 a month on food - $3 per meal is hella expensive.
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>>52934761
this
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>>52934664
they bought a lot of ad spots in google searches so they would suddenly show up whenever you searched for diet or healthy food related topics

I think just some hopeless dumb people took the bait and bought it
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>>52934761
what do you eat? dog food?
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>>52934761
I wouldn't really call it a meme, I've never really heard anyone talk about it since I discovered it until now.
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>>52934694
I think the point of the product is that there's no preparation required, you just chug it down and then you're good to go, all your nutritional requirements are fulfilled.

Plus, correct me if I'm wrong, would that diet still leave you deficient in nutrients you get from meat?
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>>52934761
>>52934767

Living with your parents doesn't count.

I'd buy soylent and drink it anytime I skip a meal.

In my case most often for breakfast.
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"Eating" this as we type
It's about 2.30€ per meal and you can pay with Bitcoin

So far I had about 80 meals of it total. Feeling fine.
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That's because it was a stupid hipster meme
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>>52934807
What other nutritionally complete food can I order with Bitcoin, delivered to my house, prepared in 1 minute?
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>>52934664
everyone figured out it was made from people and they went bankrupt
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>>52934761
>$30 a month on food
either you're a wizard or you live in a shithole
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>>52934731
It is. Whey costs around 50 cents per serving, 25g protein or so, 400 calories. And the protein is of higher nutritional value.
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>>52934825
You still need vitamins, micronutrients, oils, ...
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>>52934832
IIRC they come with packets to add that stuff into it.
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>>52934832
Yes. Which is why I said there's not reason to eat the same thing all the time. Soylent has everything, but theres not point to that unless you only eat Soylent. The only thing I really need in a meal replacement is calories and protein.
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>>52934839
The original poster just wrote "whey", not "whey plus everything else your body needs".
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>>52934843
What a useless comparison. Of course leaving out most of the ingredients is cheaper.
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>>52934790
>>52934821
Not him but I usually eat either bread, eggs, oats and milk / yogurt or fruit for breakfast. Same for lunch. For dinner I usually have either chicken or canned fish with rice, beans or lentils, cheap veggies or whatever's discounted. It's not hard to eat on a budget if you sorta know how to cook and buy discounted shit.
>>52934800
>implications
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>>52934790
Even dog food is more expensive than $30 / month
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>>52934849
>So what ever happened to this shit? I don't see anyone talking about it anymore.

Not a single word about whey. The picture is of Soylent, which is "everything your body needs".
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>>52934798
no
eggs, milk and bananas give you literally alll the body needs
except for the woman in the red dress
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>>52934800
>>52934790
I'd bet dogfood is expensive, is it not?
I do not live with my parents.
I buy staple foods in bulk from Winco.
There is nothing magic or weird about this, just do the math.
The average person eats around a pound of dry food per day.
A 10lb bag of potatoes is less than $2.
You can get 25lbs of lentils for less than $20.
All staples are like this.
I sometimes feel like the only person on this board who actually goes to the grocery store, knows what's up, and knows how to cook and bake.
If you're spending a lot on food, you're doing something terribly wrong.
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>>52934883
Follow the discussion:

>>52934825
>It is. Whey costs around 50 cents per serving
>>52934832
>You still need vitamins, micronutrients, oils, ...
>>52934839
>IIRC they come with packets to add that stuff into it.
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>>52934894
>OP
>not OP
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>>52934889
>$2 dollar potato bag

Where i live it is $1 dollar for 1 lbs.
Buying in bulk only saves marginally.
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>>52934883
>"everything your body needs"
anyone who claims to know what this is is a charlatan
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>>52934889
>If you're spending a lot on food, you're doing something terribly wrong.

Eating a variety of tasty foods based on what I feel for costs me n the wife about $200 a month.

ces't la vie
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>>52934875
oh and potatoes of course
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I like not spending more than 1 minute to prepare a meal, not doing dishes, no shopping for groceries.
Not everyone enjoys food. It's just fuel.
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>>52934821
Could probably pull that off in China

>4 yuan for rice box with veggie/meat
>8 bucks/day
>240 yuan / $36 USD month
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>>52934931
I agree, thats why i'm interested.

How viable is this shit?
Is the food in pill form like in sci fi movies that i have always wanted?
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>>52934917
>nobody knows what your body needs
nice meme
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>>52934862
You only need those nutrients if you live on soylent alone. Which costs 450 per month or so, so still overpriced. Most people get those nutrients for 100-200 per month or so.

Assuming you eat a balanced diet and just want a meal replacement whey is one 6th the price and does the same thing.
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>>52934761
if you're willing to dumpster dive, you could probably more than half that
>we throw away more than 60% of the food we grow for people
>perfectly good edible delicious food
>consumerist scubs on /g/ still pay for food
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>>52934956
No, it's a fucking disgusting shit that you have to drink.
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>>52934970
How chuggable are we talking
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>>52934956
>How viable is this shit?
I've been using a European version ("Mana") for a few months now.
Usually I replace 1 meal per day with it, breakfast or lunch.

It vaguely tastes like oat meal with oil. Not bad really.
I feel satiated and refreshed.

It certainly beats junk food like burgers or frozen pizza, which is more expensive anyway
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>>52934994
>It vaguely tastes like oat meal with oil.
Most people think that's pretty bad.

>>52934994
>certainly beats junk food like burgers or frozen pizza
Not in the taste department.
And not really in the price either if we're talking mcdonalds or decently priced frozen pizza.
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So what exactly is the point other than being a hipster?
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>>52934760
food is cheap in first world countries
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>>52934664
Nothing good has come out of a product using that kind of font
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>>52934731

$3 x 3 = $9
$9 x 7 = $63
$63 x 4 = $252

$252 a month for food? God damn. I spend less than $100 here in Texas and I eat Chicken and Steak all day.
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>>52934664
Have you tried it? Not only is it meh tasting by the third day you would murder someone for a burger because of how miserable it is to drink sludge every meal
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>>52934760
Meatballs, potato/pasta/rice and peas or something costs less than that here in Sweden.
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>>52934790
lol let me guess you live with your parents and you are voting for bernie sanders
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>>52934761
>>52934875
oh russia cunt there
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>>52935090
Thats 1200 kcal per day, anyone who just eats that will lose a lot of weight (and be hungry an awful lot.

You need 5 or 6 per day to get 2000/2400kcal, which means $450 and $540 respectively.
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>>52934760
Oatmeal for breakfast: 30 cents
Lunch: Egg and bread: 50 cents
Dinner: Fish and potato wedges: $3
$4 for 3 meals
Now that's not completely fair since you'd also want another dollar of vegetables and fruit.
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>>52935150
You don't really need to break it down by meal. Just look at a normal budget for food and it compare it to >>52935148
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Greek yoghurt and mushrooms do wonderful things together.
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>>52934664
It will probably shorten your life the longer you eat it.

You also look retarded if you get tricked into buying and/or eating it.
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>>52935133
no but i guess i spend more than the average person on food
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>>52934875
>>52934889
WHAT THE FUCK

My dad spends around 100$ a week on food every week. Teach me your ways senpai .
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>>52935241
Do you enjoy being 300lbs+

I hope you're at least getting fat on quality food rather than jew processed garbage
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>>52935252
i weigh 160 lbs, i'm just too lazy to cook so i eat out almost every meal
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>>52934664
Depends. Does it greatly increase your oestrogen levels? Because if not, then there's literally no point in buying the stuff.
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>>52935288
Well that explains the cost. Hope it's restaurants and not the gunk they scrape off the meat processing machines they sell as fast 'food'.
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>>52935290
>Does it greatly increase your oestrogen levels?
Soylent does not contain soy
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>>52935241
>$1400 on food
how do you waste this much do you not have any hobbies
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I use soylent 1.5 as a base for breakfast smoothies, I add milk, banana, some frozen strawberries and peanut butter

No one said you had to live off this shit desu
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>>52935241
>>52935288
people like you are literally and directly the reason the world is such an awful place
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>>52935144
no
>>52935247
your dad has to feed multiple people and probably buys different things from what I've listed here >>52934875
but another "trick" is just buying discounted food in bulk and freezing it.
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>>52935345
Without people like him there would be no service industry dude.
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>>52934886
Coupled with several vitamin tablets. Sometimes I wonder how are you people even alive.
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>>52934816
Order autism treatment and the problem will solve itself.
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>>52935355
Yeah my dad is buying food for 2 of us so even then it's crazy that you are spending so little. Where do you buy discounted food? We buy everything at Walmart.
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>>52935288

>Trust fund babies
>I can afford to not have basic human skills
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>>52935241
>~$50/day on food
tell us what you had for dinner for the 7 days
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>>52935387
no tablets
anyway this is what i learned in school
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>>52935416
You need to learn the value of not having meat every meal. Buy food that has long expiry dates, and don't throw out food just because it 'expired'.
Those dates are not well regulated and mostly exist to get customers to throw away perfectly good food so they will buy some more.

Don't waste money on vitamin pills either. Or processed food. Vegetables, not pills.
Learn how to cook basic meals. Cook books are almost completely fucking useless nowadays since they're made for middle class wives who have nothing else to do but spend their husbands money on a a thousand different herbs and spices and whatever meme ingredient imported from the anus of a Peruvian fruit bat is popular that year.
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>>52935464
So how do you suggest I learn to cook? I just want to eat nice and be full by the end of the day.

We do buy meat Every week, pretty surprising.
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>>52935416
Well, I don't like in the US so no Walmart here. I live in Europe and buy my usual cheap food at the Aldi. I scour all the other stores in the neighborhood for discounted food.
also >>52935464
this, if you want a proper cookbook get an older one.
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everyone who fell for the meme died
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>>52935334
Also it's $1.50 per 500 calories for soylent 1.5, $6 a day for complete nutrition isn't terrible if you choose to go that route anyway
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>>52935490
Online recipes are usually alright. You need to experiment yourself too, though. Older cookbooks are usually pretty good too if you're clueless about cooking.
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>>52935490
Not sure really. I learned from really old home economics books (like from the 40s when they still taught women how to cook at schools).
Old cookbooks. The ones they made for housewives.
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>>52934664
That's society now. Attention span of a four year old.
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>there are people on /g/ actually shilling this garbage
Oh wow we hit a new low.

For less you could make a tanker full of lecso.
It's just onion, peppers, some tomatoes and whatever leftover meat you got.
Add rice (which is cheap as fuck) and you got a meal that's tasty as fuck, healthy and cheap.

I have no idea how much of a lifeless wageslave you have to be to eat this trash.
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>>52935490
Get a gf
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>>52935416
Discounted foods are only a little bonus and shouldn't be relied on.
I wouldn't set foot in a Walmart, but maybe you don't have a choice.
The key is staples in bulk.
Wheat flour, rice, oats, potatoes, lentils, pinto beans, split peas - This should be like 90% of what you eat, and it's all dirt cheap.
carrots and broccoli and cabbage
the occasional apples and bananas
Buy spices and brown sugar and chocolate and things from the place in the back where they're all in big self serve containers - Never buy small individually packaged things.
Peanut butter.
The vast majority of my budget goes to little things I wouldn't at first expect, like olive oil and ketchup.
Learn to bake bread and make your own granola.
Soups are the easiest thing in the world.
Enough salt, oil, and sugar and you can make anything delicious - But by cutting out disgusting shit ``food'' from your diet, your body will quickly adjust and you'll see just how delicious real food is on it"s own to begin with.
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>>52935567
I am the girl though.
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>>52935567
>women know how to cook nowadays
good one
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>>52935567
I AM the girl though anon :3 now I wanna be a cook!
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>>52935567
My gf cut my grocery spending in half.

And we live together. The two of us eat for half of what I spent before.

Get a gf with immigrant parents.
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>>52935490
>So how do you suggest I learn to cook?
Do something, anything, and pay attention.
I encounter so many people who follow directions blindly and never actually think about what their doing or what it might result in and then they get upset and give up when something goes wrong because they have no ability to correct/adapt and no willingness to try again perhaps differently.
Watch what you're doing, figure that shit out, and use what you learn in the future - This is like the kindergarten life counseling we never got.
Just look something up online you want to try, read 5 different recipes for it, find out what's they same between them all, and feel free to deviate (so long as you fucking pay attention and can learn from what happens).
I personally prefer minimalism and simplicity to crazy complex recipes - If whatever has more than like 5 ingredients (excluding salt and water) it's just a muddled masturbatory flavor maym.
Lies people who have never cooked before will tell you about cooking:
>it's hard
>it's time consuming
>it's expensive
I don't know why they all think this but the opposite is true. Prolly can be all of those things, but in my experience it never has been.
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>>52935750
>it's hard
>it's time consuming
>it's expensive
that's just how windows users see and approach everything in this world
it's all they know
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>>52935750
>more than 5 ingredients
More than 5 basic ingredients.
Stuff I cook has like 3-4 different types of vegetable, there's garlic, there's onion, there's mixed herbs, there's mince, there's tomato, pasta, a little butter or olive oil for the pasta and the saute, salt, pepper, but in reality the basic idea is simmering tomatoes down and serving it with pasta.
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>>52935334
This, I use soylent as a base for either breakfast/lunch smoothies when I'm working or in class and don't have time to make lunch. Generally I have 20 minutes/day for lunch, it's easier to just pack some soylent blended with some frozen berries, bananas, and whatever. Tastes breddy gud too.
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>>52934801
why aren't you eating joylent?
most popular soylent in europe and cheapest.

obv they all suck when it comes to biodiversity compared to the real soylent.
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If you have your parents or wife cook for you, you shouldn't be allowed ITT.

Cooking for oneself is not enjoyable. It's just a time-consuming mess. If I could drink my meals, save time, and reduce waste, I'd do it in a heartbeat. But stuff like this isn't available in my country.
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tried a bottle of the 2.0 stuff, might give it a shot for breakfast. kinda didn't mind the stuff, even without having blended it with something
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>>52935567
>modern women knowing how to cook
top kek
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>>52934760

Literally anything made from scratch. Food from a packet is itself overpriced.
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how about eating food that actually tastes good and has cultural value instead of that shit
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>>52934760
This stuff right here is 0.90€ and it's enough for a 2 people lunch.
Not saying I should live off risotto but I always have a couple packets around for when I'm too lazy to cook.
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>>52936352
Forgot image.
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>>52936352
You should have some veg with it.
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>>52934664
Hate to be the one to tell you Anon but...

IT"S PEOPLE! SOYLENT GREEN IS MADE OUT OF PEOPLE!
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i still drink Joylent. mostly because its a lot cheaper when i know im going to spend a signifigant amount of hours from home and i dont wanna pay minimum 60 NOK (6€) for a meal.
it saves me money in situations where there are no cheap options and i still want something substatial.
and than i can eat "real" food when i get home
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>>52934801

All I get are .cz links. Anything in English?
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Why would you name any kind of food product that?
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>>52935490
>I just want to eat nice and be full by the end of the day
Fatty logic right here lad. You don't need to be full. You just have to eat decent portions until you no longer feel hungry.
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>>52936526
Going to bed with your stomach rumbling is the worst feeling

Especially when you know there's nothing to fill it with...

You shouldn't have to experience that
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mcdonald is healthier and cheaper
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>Keep eating same shit as always, just less
>Drop soda, only water to everything, EVERYTHING.
>Eat 5 times a day (3 meals, 2 fruits)
>Do some bike and walking
>Loss 10kg in 40 days
Im doing pretty good
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>>52935847
Yeah, cooking sucks. Just make it yourself. Go buy some oil, vitamin capsulas, whey and other shit you find on diy soylent.
With this you don't need any eating utensils, a dishwasher and you spend less water. It's worth it.
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>>52936581
Soda and foods with high amounts of processed sugar are basically fatmakers.

I recommend sparkling water. It's nice and fizzy, but it's just water.
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There are a lot of problems with it.

There is one thing about this that would make it potentially dangerous for certain people. Your RDA of folate is being provided by soylent as 100% folic acid. In nature, you get very little folic acid, most is supplied directly as folate.
Your body has to convert folic acid into other forms of folate so that it can make use to it, a healthy human has only a limited capacity to make this conversion, and the chemical pathway it has to use is also needed for other important processes in your body. Folic acid simply isn't an ideal form of the nutrient, especially if you are not getting any at all in the natural form.
Secondly, your bodies ability to convert folic acid into folate declines significantly as you age, and about 5-10% of the population has a genetic defect which considerably lowers their capacity to make the conversion.
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There are also some similar issues with other vitamins being in multiple forms, vitamin E for instance works best when present in a blend of all forms, Soylent just contains the alpha form. Another is Vitamin K which almost all supplements provide as K1, this is abundant in vegetables and is used by your liver to make blood clotting factors. But it is also important to have vitamin K2 which is essentially for your body to properly utilise calcium. (K2 is actually pretty scarce, the only reliable sources are eggs, meat and a weird Japanese food called natto. This explains the high rates of osteoporosis in vegans, the mainstream medical community has been trying in vain to blame vitamin D and calcium deficiency).

Another worry I have about this, is that a natural diet exposes you to a far far wider range of different chemicals than this meal replacement contains. There are thousands of chemicals you eat everyday, you wont die if you stop eating them, but they do have apparent health benefits. The problem with studying them is that the effects are minor but probably cumulative between all of them.Think of how many foods you see in headlines like "CHOCOLATE CURES CANCER".
There are so many different chemicals in so many different foods which may have benefits that scientists haven't really even began to properly understand them. If you want to be healthy rather than following a specific regime the only real answer is to regularly eat as wide a range of different foods as possible.
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>>52936634
IE: Every food is a 'superfood'
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Who else here /rice and butter/?
Gets old, but it's cheap and easy.
1 cup of rice makes a pretty filling meal.
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>>52936766
Get some broccoli dude
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>>52936766
Disgusting. Rice and soya sauce is much better
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There are also issues with getting all your nutrients at the same time, certain vitamins and minerals aren't absorbed easily by your body when they're present in the same meal, for example calcium and iron aren't fully absorbed if you take them together. This is another reason why variety is important, you ideally need a lot of certain nutrients in one meal and a lot of others in a different one, rather than having your RDA divided up equally through the day.

I also have reservations about the balance of nutrients he's chosen:
More fibre is always better.
Some people are probably better off with more fat and less carbs.
There's too little saturated fat for my liking, saturated fat is quite metabolically important to your body, especially the brain.
I can't find detailed information on the oil composition, it looks like there are no medium-chain saturated fats, and no conjugated-linoleic-acid, which are both fairly good for your health.
It looks like there are no resistant starches, these are pretty important for maintaining the health of your gut bacteria.

I am actually thinking about trying this as a replacement for a normal breakfast, but I definitely wouldn't consider it to provide 100% of my diet.
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>>52936766
Only rice and mayo. I'm surprised how tasty this is.
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hol up
it's liquid now?
how unconvenient
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>>52936873
1.5 is still powder and is still available to buy
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>>52936554
there's no point in going full to bed. you'll take longer to sleep and it's just wasted calories. even if you feel a bit empty you're going to fall asleep anyway and will have a breakfast when you wake up, so no pain at all.
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>>52935150
that is not nearly enough food for a non-sedentary adult
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>>52936863
I thought it was a Gintama meme, but It's really fucking good.
Especially on sticky asian/jap rice.
Also I just keep a rice cooker near my PC at all times now. Makes a filling snack and dinner. For lunch I usually have a sandwich with some fruit.
Water and coffee for drinks with milk in the mornings either through cereal or just drinking it; and once a week I go out for food.
R8 my diet /g/
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This is a faggot hipster meme.
Why would you drink/eat this cum smell/texture garbage when you can just eat an actual meal that you can actually enjoy? This is good for blog topics and the homeless.
>inb4 muh utilitarianism
>I'm such a corporate cuck slave that I have no time to eat!!111!
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>>52934688
I have trouble getting enough nutrition since I dont cook so out of laziness I am considering these.
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>>52936475
mymana.eu
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>>52937599
>rice
>snack

I can smell your jelly rolls from here m8.
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>>52939968
Rice doesn't make you fat anon. And if it did that's news to me because all those poor chink and indian farmers would be fat as fuck
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This is what happens when you try to live off soylent.

Plus it's way too expensive.
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>>52935241
Fuck this world.
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>>52940209
What
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>>52940209
COSMO THE FUCKING BATTY BOY
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>>52935830
I am from Europe and we eat "Mymana".
Soylent should just offer Soylent to the EU customers, I don't want to order from third parties.
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>>52940209
the fuck is that thing?
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I have a friend who eats soylent for 1 meal a day almost every day.

He's a spooky skeleton with very little muscle. He eats it mostly because he doesn't want to cook even basic shit, so he just orders soylent online.
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>>52934731
>>52935090
$3 if you get it in the bottle pre-mixed. If you get it in powder form it's about $1.50.
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>>52935288
This is literally me. I spend all day in a lab and don't own a car or bike.
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