I’m glad I’m not the only one to have this thought.
Sarah Schumacher
11

Yeah. Look, honestly, I don’t care about the product much. If somebody REALLY doesn’t have time to make breakfast or something like that, that’s their deal. I personally wouldn’t drink it. I enjoy wholesome, real food. And I *actually* like preparing and cooking my food. I think more people should enjoy this as well.

My problem is that Soylent is reflective of our work culture. Sadly, it’s trending more towards the ‘this is fucked up’ part of the scale.

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