I’m a Soylent believer. If you know me personally, this may be hard for you to understand, given that my favorite foods are bread and cheese and that I feel Seamless should always win Best Overall Startup at the Crunchies every year until eternity.
My love for Soylent — credited to both the taste and to the overall affect it has on my mental and physical energy — should be a testament to just how revolutionary this ‘new food’ is. If I can substitute one bottle of Soylent 2.0 for one meal each day, anyone can.
But it was neither taste nor health benefits that originally got me interested in Soylent. In fact, it was convenience.
Convenience is one of the major selling points for Soylent. Instead of taking time and energy to shop for food, cook food, go to a restaurant, or…