|Amount||Ingredient||$ / day||Source|
|1||pill||Kirkland Signature Daily Multi||$0.03||Amazon|
|112||g||Hazelnut spread chocolate||$0.60||Walmart|
|2||pill||DHA/EPA from fish oil||$0.11||Walmart|
|0.3||pill||Choline bitartrate (one every 3 days)||$0.02||Amazon|
Total Daily Cost:
|$2.89||Add Ingredients |
to Amazon Cart
I made this 4000 cal solid soylent "recipe" to use while bicycle touring/camping/backpacking, where you might need 3000-4000 calories during a day's ride, and then eat 1000 calories for dinner. The goal is to carry 2+ days of complete extreme workout nutrition without much weight, little prep and no refrigeration, then refill at any grocery store. Almost free compared to traditional food. Bring the pills from home. The very small fraction of vitamin K pill per days means you could crush a few day's worth and stir into one of the jars. Or you could skip it if your blood is clotting fine:).
Peanuts have a pretty good protein balance of amino acids, and with 150 g of protein, this is plenty of protein for any kind of day.
I tried this on a 3-day ride, and it works great! I keep a knife for spreading in the bread bag. Man sanitation: you don't even have to wash the knife. Just wipe it off well with a napkin. The bread gets smooshed in my loaded panniers, but it doesn't matter...peels off fine.
For variety, skip the hazelnut spread sometimes. Peanut butter is a great flavor alone
If you're using this just a couple weeks a year, skip the DHA/EPA pills.
[Note: Search for "Bret's Soylent" for my traditional liquid soylent recipes (if there is such a thing as traditional). These also work for cycle touring, and can be mixed in a shake bottle (but you have to drink them soon without refrigeration)]