Thread: He calls it Soylent.
3/21/2013 7:25pm, #21
I'm a little blown away by how many people here are actually interested in trying this stuff.
Not that I think its really BAD, just that... well, why? Do you not find food tasty?
3/21/2013 7:54pm, #22
1/22/2014 7:38pm, #23
Remember this thing-of-a-blob? Now I kinda want it too since everyone else wants it.
Soylent Has $2 Million in Orders, Will Ship Next Month
Less than a year ago, Rob Rhinehart published a blog post explaining how he had stopped eating food and begun living entirely on a greyish, macro-nutritious cocktail. Today, he told Motherboard that he's sold more than $2 million worth of Soylent to tens of thousands of post-food consumers worldwideï¿½and that it's on track to ship next month.
"We have crossed 2,000,000 in revenue from over 20,000 customers, with more every day," Rhinehart told me. "International demand is really picking up as well."
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1/22/2014 7:42pm, #24
Gimmicky, stupid, and likely to become an eating disorder.
1/23/2014 7:07am, #25
Surely individual needs aren't accommodated in the one formula? I mean, someone sitting on the couch doing X-Files marathons all day has a vastly different macro need than someone training a couple of hours a day after a strenuous work day. Those two examples are actually me, one a few weeks ago on holiday mode.GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
1/23/2014 9:11am, #26