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Review – Soylent (Week 4) #SoylentPioneer

Overview
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3

A month after starting Soylent, I’m now hovering at 71kg. I’m also getting comments that I look slimmer (to my disdain since I like being bulky).

This week underscores the social aspect of eating where dining with family and friends mean so much more than Soylent.

I’m glad that the creator of Soylent, Robert Rhinehart isn’t an extremist in selling his product to be a total 100% diet replacement but one that you have when time is more precious and food components are measurable.

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I crave solid food much less for lunch knowing that at dinner, I can tuck into a nice meal with my family or friends and fully enjoy the food and the company.

However, the taste of Soylent is getting boring. I’m thinking additive is needed to push it from neutral to appetizing.

The breakdown of my meals for the 4th week is as shown below. 1 packet of Soylent once made can last for 48 hours. 2 packets were used in the 4th week on Monday and Wednesday only.

Monday
Breakfast – 500ml of Soylent
Lunch – 500ml of Soylent
Dinner – Chinese Seafood restaurant

Tuesday
Breakfast – 500ml of Soylent
Lunch – Japanese Hakata Ramen
Afternoon snack – 500ml of Soylent
Dinner – Butter toast, soft boiled eggs and coffee

Wednesday
Breakfast – 500ml of Soylent
Lunch – Fish Soup
Afternoon snack – 500ml of Soylent
Dinner – Shanghainese La Mien

Thursday
Breakfast – 500ml of Soylent
Lunch – 500ml of Soylent
Dinner – Chinese seafood restaurant
Supper – Beer

Friday, Saturday and Sunday were non-Soylent days.

Reviewed by Jason “Tao Ni” Chew

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