[Cdt-l] [pct-l] Dehydrated Soylent, a liquid food
ken at gottawalk.com
Sun Oct 13 23:59:48 CDT 2013
I remember watching the movie and that was what came to my mind when I saw
Soylent in the post.
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From: "Nikki Eddy" <nikkieddy at yahoo.com>
To: "Bob" <bobandshell97 at verizon.net>
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Sent: Sunday, October 13, 2013 3:31 PM
Subject: Re: [pct-l] Dehydrated Soylent, a liquid food
I can't help myself because I know all of you are thinking it ;)
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> On Oct 13, 2013, at 3:27 PM, "Bob" <bobandshell97 at verizon.net> wrote:
> I was intrigued by an article In the August issue of Popular Science about
> liquid food called Soylent:
> At that point, Rob Rhinehart was experimenting with a liquid food that,
> an extended period, could supply his food needs. I emailed him, telling
> of the hundreds of backpackers that would love to lighten their loads if
> could only dehydrate his liquid formula while still retaining its
> nutritional value. He emailed back that "Soylent currently comes as a
> dehydrated powder. ... In fact, it's adding water and distributing it that
> we're currently working on. . You can pre-order at soylent.me, we should
> shipping in December."
> While we can't obtain it commercially right now, but it does seem that
> Soylent, in its dehydrated form, might be something for backpackers to be
> aware of and to test as it becomes available.
> Another article about Soylent is:
> Also Tim Ferriss' blog:
> A dehydrated liquid food? To quote Don Quixote. "to dream the impossible
> Dr Bob
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