|Amount||Ingredient||$ / day||Source|
|200||g||Only Oats pure whole grain oat flour||$1.17||amazon canada|
|100||g||Ultra Grade Unflavoured Whey Protein Blend||$1.71||canadianprotein.com|
|4.5||g||Iodeized sea salt||$0.02||Local|
|3.5||g||Super-Men Multivitamin Powder 3 Month Supply||$0.44||canadianprotein.com|
Total Daily Cost:
|$5.29||Add Ingredients |
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This is a one-for-one copy of the original. I really just wanted to rename it for when I'm showing people so as to avoid them mistaking me for a man-child.
It's a simple and versatile diy soylent recipe that is made for people who exercise 2-3 times a week (strength & cardiovascular activities). Not exercising? Cut 30g of maltodextrin and 40g of protein. Want to lose weight? Cut 60g of maltodextrin and 40g of protein.
One of the best diy recipe, from my point of view.
Prepare oven at 350F°. Replace maltodextrin with sugar. Put 40g of cacao powder instead of 20. Put 1 tsp of baking powder and put 3g of salt instead of 4.5g. Mix all the powders together. Add 250ml of warm water. Mix thoroughly. Add the oil. Mix again. Put the stuff in whatever kind of baking plates you want. Cook for 15 or 20 minutes, depending on the thickness desired. Cut in rectangular pieces once done.
Add more cacao powder for more chocolate flavor or add 20ml of pure vanilla extract (this one is my favorite so far). To increase the sweetness level, one can either reduce the quantity of maltodextrin and add sugar to compensate or add sucralose / stevia.
Changed brown sugar to maltodextrin. The sweetness became disgusting way too quickly. The price is still very reasonable at 5.30$ per day.
Mix all the powders together. Put it in an airtight pitcher Add hot water from the sink until it makes 2L with the ingredients (hot enough to hurt you but not boiling) Shake like crazy Immediately let it rest in the refrigerator for the night and let it breathe (otherwise your pitcher could explode) Add oil in the morning Repeat step 4 Enjoy your Jizz Preparation note:
With cold water, it's quite gritty. A good blender could fix this issue, but i don't have one. If you use hot water, never let it rest at room temperature for too long, otherwise the oat flour will turn to crap.
Taste, texture, consistency:
Mildly sweet, taste like chocolate (the multivitamin has a bad taste on its own, so cacao is really necessary to overcome it), texture is kind of creamy/silky, the consistency is more thick than pure water. Just like a shake, really.
Almost all Canadian sourced, under 5$ per day. As far as i know, purebulk.com does not charge duty taxes. I once ordered 1.5kg of potassium and some L-theanine to Montreal and there was no extra fee.
All other ingredients are very easy to get. Canadianprotein.com is a very reliable source. So is amazon.ca . For the canola oil and the cacao powder, i use the private brand (Selection) of my nearest grocery store, Super C. Most chain grocery stores have their own brand