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Rosa Foods: Soylent Powder

Rosa Foods: Soylent Powder

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Soylent Powder is a nutritionally complete meal replacement shake made in the USA by Rosa Foods. Shipping is available throughout Canada and the USA. Read on




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100 Kcal $0.44
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400 Kcal $1.74
Meal
2000 Kcal $8.70
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Soylent Powder is a nutritionally complete powdered meal replacement shake made in the USA by Rosa Foods. Shipping is available throughout Canada and the USA.

Meal sizes are typically 400Kcal with a suggested serving size of 87g powder with 320ml Water and provide 20g fat, 20g protein and 41g carbohydrates, with 6g fibre.

When it comes to taste; Soylent Powder is available as Unflavoured.





The complete-meal powder that started it all. Enjoy 20g of protein and a light, sweet taste. Mix Original into your favorite smoothie to create your own flavor profile or enjoy it on its own for a velvety-smooth meal.

Soylent Powder gives you a complete meal — no questions asked — all in less time than it takes to microwave a burrito, let alone boil water. Just scoop, shake, and go.



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Average Score: 8.26/10 after 7 reviews



Mosoherz
"Review by a regular user"
June 14, 2018 @ 19:24

I’ve been a regular user for a year or two now, and I am happy with Soylent and what it has done for me. I love the fact that it is vegan, provides complete nutrition, is inexpensive, and is relatively easy to mix up! It has saved me a lot of time and a bit of money too, and I’m thankful for that. My digestive system handles it just fine too.

The downside is the taste. On it is own, it really does not taste good – kind of like greasy cardboard – but there are ways around that. You can pay more for the chocolate flavored version – that is one option. The method I prefer tho is adding things to it to improve the taste. With trial and error and working with several different additives, I have finally hit on a recipe that tastes great and boosts the nutritional content a bit. I don’t want to reveal it here, but if you try adding different things – spices, sugars, fruits, syrups, et cetera – you should be able to find something that works for you.

I have also used Joylent (now Jimmy Joy) and found it to be very similar, perhaps with a little more bulk or fiber. I am open to trying new complete meal products, but most of them cost quite a bit more than Soylent, and that has held me back. I do want to try more of them eventually, especially if the prices start coming down. But I also feel some loyalty to Soylent, which is the original, and probably still the biggest player in the field.

MetalPirate
"Good value, but taste is not for me"
August 30, 2017 @ 15:07

This is related to Soylent Powder 1.8.

It mixes very well, and is quite smooth just using a blender bottle. The taste, however, is what always gets to me. I’m just not a fan of it, and even mixing it with other items also does not totally remove the strange taste to me, even if it does mask it and make it much more drinkable. However, having to add more to the product kills part of the point to me.

In terms of filling you up, since each serving is 400 calories, I do tend to start to get hungry again after about 2-2.5 hours, which fits in with their recommendation of 5 meals a day. This can make it a bit less useful if you want to replace only 1 or 2 of your usual 3 meals a day, but you could also up the powder if you desired.

wpjessie
"Excellent flavor and texture"
August 29, 2017 @ 16:24

Nothing that I’ve tried has come close to the awesome texture of Soylent (1.7 and 1.8). Hands down the best complete food if only because of this. The neutral flavor is also unbeatable.

fernly
"My video review of Soylent 1.8"
August 26, 2017 @ 20:20

You can view my video of tasting and describing Soylent 1.8 here

440_Hz
"Didn't end up working for me"
August 24, 2017 @ 22:07

The taste of 1.8 has been off-putting to me since my first sip. I don’t even know how to describe it — it is just like very strange batter, as though it’s gone off or something. I tried several mix-ins like coffee, cinnamon, honey, tea, but none adequately masked the flavor. In the end the only way I could finish my box was by diluting it by quite a lot, enough for me to hardly taste it.

I do have to give it to Soylent 1.8 though, for having a powder that mixes so well. It is quite homogeneous and dissolves easily.

Ultimately I happily switched to Jimmy Joy for my powder needs, and I don’t think I will be returning to Soylent unless their future version 1.9 holds something new and exciting.

Rawrkanos
"The classic! And the king, in most ways."
August 24, 2017 @ 10:29

How to make bars: 70 grams of water and a lot of mixing.

Soylent is the easiest, and the first, to be bar-friendly. 1.8 bar-recipe might be a little different but it generally holds steady. It’s worth it!

sdrloveshim
"Cheap, healthy, bland food."
August 23, 2017 @ 15:03

I like this version more than any of the previous ones that I’ve tried. It has less, but still a little, grit. Very bland. A little oaty and a very tiny bit sweet and a little creamy. I don’t get tired of the flavor. I can drink cup after cup with no problem; but I don’t care for it specifically. It’s just there. And I think that’s what Soylent is meant to be. Not a ton of aftertaste but I do prefer to drink a swig of water after I’m done to clear out my mouth. I do wish that the powder mixed easier. This version is better than any previous ones that I’ve tries. But still, if you mix it in the pitcher it can be hard to get the Soylent out of the corners without scooping it off with a spoon. That and it is heavy when shaking the pitcher, you can’t help that but if you managed to make it easier to mix you wouldn’t have to shake the heavy pitcher for as long. I think that this version of Soylent stores very well once mixed. I’ve drank it up to three days after mixing without any issue. You might be able to go farther, but I’d rather not risk it. Once Soylent does start to go bad it goes bad fast because it’s so pumped full of nutrients things like mold can grow very quickly. Overall this is a staple food in our household. My husband and my brother in law both drink it at least once a day. Myself I prefer the bottles and I’m willing to pay the premium for the improved flavor and convenience.

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