OT: Feeling Peckish?

This product will slay your appetite (one way or another).
https://www.soylent.com/product/drink/
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On 16/05/2018 01:22, Cursitor Doom wrote:

I can have a meal in a restaurant (for 2?) for less than that (in the US anyway).
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On 16/05/18 01:22, Cursitor Doom wrote:

Where the green version?
"Soylent: it's made from chavs"
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Really? what is it? Brian
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On 17/05/2018 07:47, Brian Gaff wrote:

It's human corpses recycled as food for the rest of the population as shown in the film Soylent Green.
Or it's a meal in a bottle at 3 dollars a time (37 dollars billed monthly for 12 bottles)
"A meal in a bottle. Each 14 ounces Soylent drink provides 20 percent of your daily nutritional requirements and 400 calories."
Main ingredients are soy protein and sunflower oil with a touch of Isomaltulose, vitamins and minerals.
Isomaltulose = Beetroot. A slow-metabolizing disaccharide synthesized from beets offers sustained energy without the spikes of refined sugar.
I think the recycled human corpses may taste better.
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On 17/05/2018 09:26, alan_m wrote:

It wasn't corpses from natural deaths, they were people shovelled up from the streets by big "dustcarts" and processed.
Much healthier than corpses is road kill.
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alan_m wrote:

Did you mean sugar beet?
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