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Soylent: Day 15

[This post is part of a series on my month-long experiment with Soylent. See the original post for an introduction.]

For the love of all that is good and holy, do not water down your Soylent. This morning, not having a fridge to store a full pitcher in, I decided to make one serving for breakfast. I thought that I could get away with fitting one and a half servings in my water bottle, so I put one and a half serving’s worth of water in. Then I realized that it wasn’t going to fit, so I only put in one serving of Soylent. Oh, and since I didn’t have a fridge, it was room temperature (another big no-no). I forced myself to drink the warm, diluted substance because I needed to eat, but each sip made me feel like I was going to puke. I don’t know what it is about watered down or warm Soylent, but just… just don’t. Dear god, just don’t.

UPDATE: I spoke too soon! After initially posting this article, I had some Soylent that had been sitting in the fridge all day. It was actually a huge relief. The taste of the watered down Soylent had been in my mouth all day, and the cold Soylent was like cool sweet relief. Not only was it refreshing, but it actually washed away the taste of the watered down Soylent from earlier. Soylent to the rescue, I guess?


I still don’t have access to a scale in my dorm, and I forgot to take my heart rate (that one’s on me).

Objective Vitals

  • Weight: N/A
  • Heart rate: N/A

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