soylent

food waste

This Startup Turns Beer Waste into Fancy Vegan Smoothies

Wasting beer is not cool—but maybe beer waste is.
Becky Hughes
8.22.17
WTF

Does This Soylent BBQ Sauce at SXSW Foreshadow the End of the World?

This is an affront to both the purpose of Soylent and the tradition of Texas barbecue.
Alex Swerdloff
3.16.17
music video

[Premiere] This Music Video Doubles as a Recipe for Custom Soylent

For Baba Stiltz’s song "XXX20003," director Duncan Loudon wanted to give something back to the viewer—so they created a DIY food hack.
Kevin Holmes
3.14.17
tech

Soylent Blamed an Algae Product for Its Customers Illnesses and It Backfired

TerraVia says the company was too quick to blame the algae products.
Madison Margolin
12.20.16
nasa

NASA Is Making Soylent-Like Food Bars For Astronauts

Flavors include "ginger vanilla" and "barbeque nut."
Madison Margolin
11.23.16
Health

Soylent Blames Algae Product For Customers’ Violent Illnesses

The food startup is blaming “whole algal flour” for its recent outbreak of maladies.
Sarah Emerson
11.7.16
Health

Soylent Stops Selling Powder While It Investigates Customer Sickness Complaints

The Soylent bar wasn't the only problem.
Samantha Cole
10.28.16
Eat This

No, Eating Soy Isn't Going to Give You Manboobs

Vegan dude bros can rest easy.
Mike Pearl
10.20.16
food safety

No One's Sure Why Soylent's Food Bars Are Making People Puke

People on Reddit and Soylent’s message board have been complaining of some unintended side effects from eating Soylent Food Bars—namely, nausea, horrific diarrhea, and intense vomiting.
Wyatt Marshall
10.14.16
Food

Soylent Is ‘Getting to the Bottom’ of Its Diarrhea Problem

Soylent Bars have been recalled, and it's unclear if or when they'll return.
Samantha Cole
10.13.16
Food

Soylent's New Bar Is Giving People Diarrhea

The subreddit for the food replacement is filled with tales of misery and woe.
Samantha Cole
10.7.16
Technology

I Ate at the World’s First 3-D Printed Food Restaurant

At the recently opened FoodInk pop-up in London, the furniture, utensils, and food are all 3-D-printed. But are puréed ingredients extruded through a syringe really the future of cooking?
Daisy Meager
10.3.16
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