Rob Rhinehart

future food

The CEO of Soylent Is Enraging LA With a Single Shipping Container

Seems as though it’s easier to reinvent the way humanity eats rather than the houses we live in.
Alex Swerdloff
7.28.16
Reddit

​Soylent 2.0 Shipments Were Delayed Due to Mold

Users started complaining in September when shipments of the bottled Soylent were halted. The cause has finally been revealed.
Brian Merchant
10.2.15
soylent

With Bottled Soylent, Not Eating Just Got Even Easier

If you're the kind of start-uppy techie who is truly too busy to eat solid matter, then you're probably too busy to prepare yourself a Soylent shake each morning. Your savior has arrived in Soylent 2.0.
Munchies Staff
8.4.15
tech

The Former Drug Dealer Who Came Up with Europe’s Answer to Soylent Is Doing Just Fine

Joey van Koningsbruggen has his own warehouse and seven full-time employees.
Abel van Gijlswijk
11.5.14
Food

This Former Drug Dealer Came Up with Europe's Answer to Soylent

Soylent isn't yet shipped outside of the US. If you're a European who feels like trading in pizza, pasta and burritos for three daily doses of beige liquid, Joey van Koningsbruggen has the banana flavored Soylent alternative of your dreams.
Abel van Gijlswijk
7.4.14
tech

The Man Who Thinks He Never Has to Eat Again Is Probably Going to Be a Billionaire Soon

Rob Rhinehart's hobby of <a href=http://www.vice.com/read/rob-rhinehart-no-longer-requires-food>eating nothing but a smoothie that looks like semen</a> has become a career thanks to a crowd-funded campaign that gave him $800,000 to produce his product...
Monica Heisey
8.7.13
tech

This Man Thinks He Never Has to Eat Again

You know what&#039;s an complete waste of time, money, and effort? Eating. I mean, wouldn&#039;t you rather just ingest a tasteless form of sustenance for the rest of your life and never have to go through that tedious rigmarole of opening and eating a...
VICE Staff
3.13.13
tech

This Man Thinks He Never Has to Eat Again

You know what's an complete waste of time, money, and effort? Eating. I mean, wouldn't you rather just ingest a tasteless form of sustenance for the rest of your life and never have to go through that tedious rigmarole of opening and eating a premade...
Monica Heisey
3.13.13