|Amount||Ingredient||$ / day||Source|
|190||g||Rolled Oats - (Blend into powder)||$0.39||Coles|
|60||g||WPC - bulk nutrients||$1.19||Bulk Nutrients|
|20||g||Cocoa, dry powder, unsweetened||$0.22||Coles|
|90||g||Full Cream Milk Powder||$0.56||Coles|
|10||g||Psyllium Husk Powder||$0.18||Coles|
|20||g||Lecithin Granules||$0.40||Chemist Warehouse|
|7||g||Kale Powder||$0.44||Chemist Warehouse|
|6||g||Diet Rite Salt Lite||$0.09||Coles|
|6||g||Linseed Meal (Flaxseed)||$0.05||Chemist Warehouse|
|1||pill||Centrum for Men current formula||$0.27||Chemist Warehouse|
Total Daily Cost:
|$4.07||Add Ingredients |
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This is supermarket soylent - all available at coles and the chemist. (Cheaper protein is mail order, but hey.)
I have used icing sugar and cocoa as flavourings initially, but will look to move away eventually, but this will do for now - adds calories, and a mild sweetness without too much cost.
Cocoa may need to be revisited for cost reasons - maybe reassess the quantity as well.
Missing from this recipe family's standard ingredients is MSM - apparently there is enough sulfur in protein.
Currently using 1/3 of this recipe twice a day with a normal dinner meal.
This version is made using WPC proteins - which cost less as a rule. For a comparison of the two types of protein: Here