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u/autumnfalln · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Mischief Managed! =D (All of this is seriously making me so giddy!)

  1. I know alcohol is banned on RAOA campus, but Butterbeer isn't! Now I don't have to traipse all the way to Rogsmead Village to get my hands on this delicious stuff. I can simply enjoy it by the comfort of my common room fire while I diligently study for my classes. =)

  2. The riddle, without its "hair," is simply a stick. And what is a stick but a weapon for self defense, really? You know what else is great for self defense? Pepper spray. Pepper spray is great for self defense, especially when you're walking around the dark RAOA castle and grounds at night. I mean, the attackers will be expecting a defense spell, but they won't be expecting pepper spray to the eyeballs!

  3. Technically, not the answer, but some think that it is. I sorta think it is. I mean it sits on the same place, serves the same function. I especially love this one- I mean, look at the beautiful color! Perfect for keeping me warm on those chilly winter days at the RAOA castle (on off-uniform days of course ;D ).

  4. Well, according to my school supply list for RAOA School, I'm supposed to have these two items. Luckily for me, they come in a two-for-one price pack, which is great for us students! This is essentially the riddle, as well, so yes, boring, but it's required! ;D

  5. The riddle is, at its essence, a place to store and sometimes transport things. Currently, I am lacking a place to store and transport cupcakes. I'm getting more serious regarding my baking, and I hate it when my cute little cupcakes that I worked so hard on get ruined on the way to my birthday pal's common room. =( This special case would be amazing for storing, transporting, and delivering my nummy cupcakes around the RAOA castle!

  6. The riddle is related to superheroes, yes? Well one of my favorite superheroes is Chell from Portal. She's not a superhero, you say? Well, I beg to differ? I mean seriously, just look at all she went through and what she accomplished. She's a superhero to me, anyway. It would be amazing to wear her super awesome long fall socks underneath my uniform robes! Not only are they just plain awesome, but they'll keep my feet warm around the drafty RAOA castle. =)

    And again, thank you sooooo much for this! I'm so excited about all this Potterness!
u/spankymuffin · 1 pointr/Coffee

There are some very affordable burr grinders out there, and it's worth the investment. You'll use it pretty much everyday. Hand grinders can be very cheap, and work great. Hario Skerton is a popular choice (I've seen it around for cheaper, but this is at least what's on amazon). Plenty of options, all varying in price. There's a pretty decent burr grinder from Kona I've used before, which I got for like $20.

But manual grinding can take some time. And if you're like me, and you want some quick coffee in the morning, then it's worth investing in an electric. There are some pretty decent electric burr grinders out there. You really don't have to pay a fortune. Here are a few cheap options:

Capresso Infinity

Bodum Bistro

Baratza Encore

But you can get far snobbier than just grind...

What kind of water are you using? Hopefully filtered, not tap. And definitely not distilled, since you want some of those minerals for flavor. Now, if you want to get even fancier, try using these mineral packets. I think each packet mixes in with 1 gallon of distilled water. I haven't tried it myself (I just use a brita) but I've heard good things. The quality of water makes a huge difference. This was the first "eureka" moment for me, when I moved from tap to filtered.

Next, how are you making your coffee? There are some great, cheap equipment out there. In this sub, here are some pretty cheap and popular choices:




French press

We're getting pretty deep in the rabbit hole, right? Not yet! How about measuring the weight of the coffee? Consistency is important. You need the same, proper coffee-to-water ratio for the best cup. You can find people debating over the best scales, some costing hundreds. I'd just get a cheap one if I were you. You can find some decent cheap ones from like $10 to $30. If you want the best bang for your buck, look into American Weigh Scales.

I guess I can mention temperature of water as well. You can get thermometers or even electric kettles with built-in thermometers (like this). I think temperature matters so much more for tea than coffee, but it's something you need to keep in mind for coffee as well.

Here's probably the most important thing, in my opinion: where are you getting your coffee? What is the roast date? Unless you're buying your coffee directly from the roaster, you're probably not buying freshly roasted beans. It makes a world of difference. Try finding a local roaster and getting your beans from them, freshly roasted.

I'm sure there's plenty of other ways you can splurge money on coffee, but I'll let you figure it out!

(edited to fix the links)

u/kaidomac · -3 pointsr/budgetfood

Complete foods:

Soylent is the biggest brand name in complete foods. Basically a food product, typically a liquid meal replacement drink (NOT a "protein shake"). Kind of like Ensure, but replaces a whole meal, and also has 100% nutrition. $29 for a 12-pack on Amazon right now:


  • Comes in different flavors. Vanilla & chocolate are the best, imo.
  • Comes in powder (mix it yourself - cheaper) or bottled (called "ready to drink" or RTD)
  • RTD is shelf-stable (you don't have to put it in the fridge, unless you open it & for some reason don't finish it)
  • Has all of the macros (protein/carbs/fats) & micros (vitamins/minerals/fiber) you need - 100% nutrition
  • RTD works out to $2.50 per 400-calorie bottle with 100% nutrition, making it very hard to beat economically & nutritionally
  • You don't have to do any dishes, and you don't have to cook any food
  • There are people who have lived solely off it for over a year, although I'd recommend shaking it up by at least eating dinner, just to get some variety in your diet
  • It's very useful for breakfast and/or lunch. I sometimes run out the door without breakfast & work through lunch...I use it as emergency food. Complete foods are often marketed as "food void" products, for those times when you normally wouldn't eat for whatever reason, or choose a crappy food option (fast food or a vending machine, for example).
  • Kind of like what they feed coma patients. Keeps you alive. Removes hunger, although you don't feel satisfied like if you had eaten real food for your meal.
  • There are variation products available. If you want low-carb or keto, Sated is really good. Vite-Ramen is a nutritionally-complete Ramen, basically Soylent in noodle format. etc.

    Meal Prep:

    Here's my basic system:

    In a nutshell:

  1. I break it all into small, separate, discrete pieces.
  2. I use modern appliances to cook better. WAY better.

    I do a lot of meal prep. I also use complete foods when I'm feeling lazy, or for emergency situations like if I'm stuck at work late & don't have dinner handy & just need a quick meal. These are the two best ways I know to manage your food budget. I mean, you could literally buy a car with how much money you'd save by making your food at home and/or using complete foods, not to mention feed yourself like a king and/or get amazing nutrition into your body.

    Getting in shape:

    Also, if you haven't done it yet, jump into the world of macros! As long as you're bothering to take control of your food budget, you might as well take care of your health too! Read up on IIFYM & use the free calculator here to generate your macros: (recommend using a burner email, if you have one)

    Basically, if you're not at all familiar with macros, it's very simple: you pick a goal, of which there are only three options IRL: lose weight, maintain weight, gain weight. Those are the only three things you can do to your body. Next, input your data & the calculator will generate your macros. In a nutshell, your stomach has 3 funnels to pull energy out of food: protein, carbs, fat. Your body needs all 3.

    Math-wise, protein + carbs + fat = calories. You burn a certain number of calories just by being alive, plus any extra from moving around during the day. Eat fewer calories than that, you will lose weight (don't want to lose it too fast, do a google image search for "loose skin" if you don't believe me). Eat what you need & you will stay where you're at. Eat more & you will gain weight.

    Let's destroy some myths: doesn't matter what you eat. Doesn't matter when you eat. If you were born a hundred years ago, your stomach would still be pulling out protein, carbs, and fat from whatever you ate. Maybe you get it from a donut & a protein bar today instead of hunting a deer 500 years ago, but your body doesn't care. Obviously, the more natural, whole foods you can eat, the better, but eating fast food or junk food isn't going to kill you. Every day is cheat day with macros!

    Also, every diet in the world is based off macros. Once you understand macros & realize that it doesn't matter what food you eat or when you eat, as long as you hit your macro numbers every day, then things get a lot more clear. The more strict you are with hitting your macros, the better & faster result you will get.

    This is all optional, but if you're going to go through the trouble of doing meal prep, why not get yourself a six-pack out of it? It's not any hard to use a $15 kitchen scale off Amazon to weigh your kitchen before you cook it than it is to not do that, you know? Save money, get in shape, eat awesome food, use complete foods when you're feelin' lazy. That's my system & I'm sticking to it! lol.
u/vectorlit · 5 pointsr/vegan

Regarding your question about helping the environment: <-- Go here and put in "1 year" into the calculator. Just one year, you're saving almost half a million gallons of fresh water, 15 THOUSAND pounds of grain, 11 THOUSAND square feet of forest and 7 THOUSAND pounds of carbon dioxide (compared to a typical animal-including diet). The calculator is supported by sources. Just by changing a few minor things about your lifestyle, you can have an incredibly drastic impact on the world.


TL;DR regarding expense and difficulty - if you live in a very rural area in the USA, it can take some difficulty to find a good source of cheap bulk beans / lentils / vegetables / bulk (by weight) dried veggies. But they're sooooooo cheap; normally you can eat for $1-2 a day, plus B12 vitamin expenses ($5 a month).


Longer explanation regarding expensive/difficult: Expense is very low; I pay much less now for food than before going vegan. Difficulty may vary depending on where you live. I happen to live in Denver, and it's very easy for me to find pretty much any substitute/vegetable I want. If you cook your own meals, there's really nothing different about cooking vegan - just use vegetable oil/avocado oil instead of butter, and buy veggies instead of meat. That's about it. Just make sure you eat a lot of beans or lentils or tofu.


When I first became vegan, I was hit with the reality of vitamin/protein differences - I needed to purchase some vitamin supplements. Here's the list I have:

  • Vitamin B12 (vegan source) - $5 a month -
  • Protein Powder - $22 a month -


    These two made a big difference in my life. About 3 months after going vegan I started having some troubles related to protein (I work out a lot and my body wasn't used to the lower intake). I try to hit about 90g of protein a day (I am a reasonably athletic 6' male). I think a lot of vegans downplay the issues involved with protein - it's the source of a TON of jokes in the vegan community - but the truth is a lot of vegans simply don't get enough protein. And then they fall back into eating meat because they didn't know better. Which is really pretty silly because it's incredibly easy to supplement if you can't get it in your diet.


    Other than what I've mentioned above, here's some things to consider (this list is HEAVILY biased towards a lazy, no-cook approach. If you have any cooking skill, just cook your own veggie meals, they're awesome, cheaper and fresher than anything listed below, but this is for the lazy days):

  • If you like cheese, vegan cheese substitutes cost about the same as dairy cheese
  • If you like milk, vegan milk (ANY type) is typically cheaper, better for you, and better for the environment than dairy milk
  • Most oils, spices, salts, flavorings - are already vegan. There's no real change needed here. Butter costs more than vegetable oil anyway.
  • Most BBQ sauce, buffalo sauce, spicy sauce, etc - all vegan generally.
  • Most chips and junk food is already vegan. Except for the "flavored" sour cream/cheese type chips.
  • If you like easy food/frozen food, Target sells a whole boatload of vegan microwave stuff (Gardein and others). "Chicken" nuggets, Fried "fish" sticks, "Chicken" wings, etc. Even Ben & Jerry's has a bunch of dairy-free vegan ice cream.
  • Speaking of dessert, vegan desserts are cheaper and easier to make (and safer!! you can lick the spoon - no eggs!). And they taste way better.
  • If you like burgers/hot dogs, check out Beyond the Meat. It's now cheaper than beef and is freaking amazing. They even sell it at Target now.
  • Most bread is already vegan (just check the label). Vegan bread is generally cheaper than non-vegan.
  • Most cereal is already vegan (just check the label).
  • Most restaurants in the US charge less for veggie-based items. Although it is VERY true that you'll have a much more restricted menu choice.
  • Fries are generally vegan, except for a few places (McDonalds, Buffalo Wild Wings, Smash Burger are the only ones around here that don't have vegan fries)


    Finally, there are a few things I'd like to point out in MY PERSONAL OPINION that might turn you "off" of vegan foods if you try them off the bat (a lot of people buy terrible choices and then say "vegan alternatives are bad". No, they are just poor choices lol)

  • Avoid buying Daiya products if you want a realistic cheese/dairy alternative. They are the lowest common denominator. They are readily available everywhere for cheap, but they don't taste very good. Try to find Miyoko's or Follow Your Heart instead.
  • Some substitute items are coconut based, or cashew based, or oat based, or whatever-based. There is a reason that 50 alternatives exist. Some people like some, some people like others. You know how you go to the store, and there are 50 different BBQ sauces, and the ONE you like is sold out, and you're super bummed? Yeah, same thing for vegan items - brand differences, tastes, and preferences exist - just because it's vegan doesn't mean it's any different than other products. Too many people say "vegan food" when really that lump-category doesn't exist.


    The best advice I can give is to JUST TRY IT. Just go a few days making vegan food. You don't need to say "I'M GOING VEGAN", you don't need to have some public moment - you can just privately try it out. It's pretty fun!
u/bread-and-roses · 3 pointsr/vegan

Veganuary's whole website is a great resource for anyone transitioning to veganism; their "Starter Kit" has links to lots of helpful videos and articles, as well as lists of recipes for creating weekly meal plans.

The Stingy Vegan has tons of frugal tasty recipes organized by prep time.

What’s For Dinner When You’re Vegan, But Can’t Cook? is useful if you're less into cooking. Gardein's products are also fantastic if you're into minimal cooking effort; just stir fry them and add a frozen veggie mix to the pan and you have a quick and easy meal that's tasty, filling, and full of protein and veggies.

The Vegan-for-a-Week Challenge: How to Survive and Thrive has some really useful information for the first week or two, even if you plan on continuing as vegan.

Plus 7 Tips for Sticking With Your New Vegan Diet.

I also recommend signing up for Vegan Health's free "10 weeks to vegan" program where you'll get a "weekly email of nutrition tips and comfort foods":

>Easy and filling vegan recipes
Helpful hints we wish we knew when we went vegan!
Nutrition info you can trust—from a Registered Dietitian

Vegan Health is hands down the best resource for evidence-based vegan nutrition out there, so if nothing else I highly recommend bookmarking their website! Check out their Daily Needs to make sure you're not missing any necessary food groups or supplements (you have a B12 supplement, right?).

As far as snacks or packed lunches, I used to bring a PB&J sandwich to work for breakfast and a hummus wrap for lunch. I would prepare them both in 10 min before leaving for work. You can add almost literally anything to a hummus wrap, I would add pretty much anything I had in my fridge; usually avocado and tomato but I've done hummus+peppers+lettuce and even hummus+banana!

Trader Joe's Cuban Style Black Beans are cooked and come with green peppers, onions, garlic, and other spices. All you need is a can opener and you can eat them straight out of the can, or heat them in a microwave if you don't want them cold (in a microwave-safe dish). Add them to a tortilla with lettuce, tomatoes, and/or guac and you have a 10-second burrito.

Lately I've been supplementing my meals with Soylent, which has helped me a lot (I've been trying to gain weight). It's great when I'm in a rush and just want to grab something as I'm heading out the door.

This is a recipe that's a staple in my household, you pretty much just throw everything in a pot and leave it for several hours:

Super tasty chili recipe:

· 1/2 cup quinoa, rinsed & cooked according to package directions

· 1 onion, chopped

· 3 cloves garlic, minced

· 1 jalapeno, diced (optional, see note about heat level in directions)

· 1 carrot, peeled & chopped

· 2 celery stalks, chopped

· 2 bell peppers (any color), chopped

· 1 zucchini (large), chopped

· 3 cans beans, drained & rinsed (suggested: black, kidney, great northern)

· 2 cans diced tomatoes

· 15 oz tomato sauce

· 15 oz condensed tomato soup

· 1 Tbsp cumin

· 3 Tbsp chili powder

· 1/4 cup brown sugar

· 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper

· salt & pepper

Saute onions and garlic in large pot until soft. (NOTE: If you are using a slow-cooker instead of the stove top OR are planning on letting chili simmer for 3+ hours, just throw the onions and garlic in raw & skip this step. If you are making the chili for a faster turn-around than 2 hours, save yourself the onion breath and sauté! Planning to consume between 2 and 3 hours? Hmm Good Luck…)

Add all veggies to pot and stir; i.e. jalapeno, carrot, celery, bell pepper and zucchini. If you like a little bit of heat, leave all the seeds in the jalapeno & rough chop it (you can handle it). But if you don’t like any bite at all, then remove the seeds.

Add cooked quinoa to pot and stir.

Add spices and base to pot and stir; i.e. canned tomatoes (with juices), tomato soup, cumin, chili powder, brown sugar, cayenne, salt & pepper to taste

Add rinsed beans. Stir.

Let simmer on low for multiple hours, until vegetables are desired level of crunchy/soft.

NOTE: This is the original recipe we used, but since then we vary the vegetables and basically just throw in whatever we have/feel like. For instance, sometimes we do potatoes instead of quinoa. Also, we never use jalapeno peppers, I think my bf just uses more tomato sauce instead of tomato soup, and we always just use garlic powder rather than fresh cloves.

u/hornypineapple · 2 pointsr/nutrition
  1. I go a mix of plain and vanilla. ALWAYS unsweetened. They add sugar to it for no reason. It's plenty tasteful without it. Almond milk tastes like drinking an almond. If you haven't' seen the process, imagine soaking shredded almonds in water then straining it. It's pretty good but different. I stopped using milk for several reasons (won't get into it, but dairy in general I cut out a lot of). You can use water and it's not bad, but Almond Milk gives is that extra flavor and more vitamins like you said.

  2. Blueberries, pineapple, bananas (cut up and put into a plastic freezer bag) and mangoes. I used to buy them non frozen and freeze myself, but it's more expensive and makes no sense. Occasionally green apple (not frozen but not a bad idea now that I think about it.) Sometimes I get like a berry mix but usually stick to those. I don't mix them all in and I use very little. At first I used more out of being scared of tasting something gross, but after a while you'll notice you'll want less and less fruit and use just enough to remove the bitterness that is liquefied greens. I can't drink those strawberry/peanut butter/sugar loaded shakes people get anymore. If it's not slightly bitter with a faint hit of fruit (and I mean faint) I don't care for it anymore.

  3. I use pumpkin seeds, flax, almonds (cause why not?) and depending on what kind of shake I make, I will use Almond Butter/Nut butters (Trader Joe's sells cheap butters and they have nothing but nuts). You can use cashews and stuff like that. Whatever kind you snack on you can toss in there. Also depending on what you wanna add nutrient wise you can get them at the store and try them out. You don't really taste them too much, but you get the bonus of eating them.

  4. Mostly each day. I may forget or not be hungry enough. Sometimes for breakfast only, sometimes for breakfast and a light dinner or post workout. The thing about the shakes is they cut the fiber down on the foods almost entirely, so after you drink them you're full for an hour or so then looking for a snack sometimes. Specially after a workout. I make them fresh each time I want one. Making them ahead of time could be nice but a lot of unnecessary work. They take like 3 minutes to make one. Most of that is pulling the stuff out and putting it away.

    Once you start making these you'll find what you like/don't like. Start off small with ingredients you trust then work your way into the dark side. If you told me several years ago you drink things that have garlic, broccoli, peas and apples in it, I'd gag. Now, I can't get enough of it.

    I don't know if you are into fitness (fitness whole pizza in my mouf!) or just want to be a bit healthier, but either way you will fall in love with this kind of stuff. Specially when you get creative, start making random things and actually notice the difference it makes in everything. I feel more energetic, I am not bogged down or full feeling. If I do feel full, it's light. I wouldn't go for a run after I chug one, but taking a nap is not even near my list of wants after. Without being gross and just blunt, going number 2 is extremely quick, smooth and honestly reassuring your body is liking this (you'll see why).

    For protein replacement, I use this:

    It's light, uses peas/spirulina (more greens!) for it's protein and adds a nice kick when you need it. I usually get the vanilla bean, but chocolate isn't bad. They just added Matcha which might be next for me...

    Here's what a typical daily shake looks like this for me, workout or not:

  • 3-4 handfuls of frozen kale/chard/spinach PUSHED into the cup (technically I fist it, but let's keep it clean like our diet) until the cup is half full or more
  • A light handful of your fruit of choice. Depending on what you use here, your shake may turn weird colors. My average shake color is dark green. Blueberries dampen the color a lot too, make it almost look like gross mud. But it tastes good, I promise.
  • Sprinkle nuts/extras you want
  • 1-2 scoops of protein (add this last otherwise it'll cake at the bottom)

    30 seconds of blending and boom, you're set.
u/SquareBottle · 11 pointsr/Hypothyroidism

I know what you are dealing with, and I'm so sorry that you're going through it.

What I've found helpful is to try making different levels of effortlessness for various daily tasks. Basically, it's just having contingency plans that I can implement as needed. Making them pleasant is also important.

For example, here are my breakfast contingencies:

  • DEFCON 5: Use whiskware to make protein pancakes. (1 cup of water+1 cup of pancake mix+1 optional egg, shake it up, squeeze onto skillet, and eat; add chocolate chips, blueberries, or whatever you want if you're in the mood.) Or make scrambled eggs and toast.
  • DEFCON 4: Oatmeal of choice (tip: no need to measure water precisely, just pour some boiling water directly from a kettle to make it as thick or thin as you like) or some healthyish cereal with oat milk (because oat milk keeps longer than dairy milk, which means fewer surprises, and tastes the most like dairy milk out of all the options)
  • DEFCON 3: Instant oatmeal cup, Kodiak to-go cups, etc. These cups are great to have on hand, and lots of brands make lots of kinds of them. Go wild.
  • DEFCON 2: Tsogo in a blender bottle, or whatever meal replacement powder you prefer (BlendRunner can help you compare options)
  • DEFCON 1: Soylent meal-in-a-bottle, Ensure Complete, Met-Rx meal replacement bars, or any equivalent zero preparation product that's specifically meant to be a complete meal replacement, because you need the nutrients and calories when things are this tough. (Beware the really small, cheap meal bars. They're too small to be satisfying, so you end up eating a bunch and it doesn't save money.)

    Another thing that really helped me a lot was learning to drink more water. For almost everybody, this sounds as simple as just grabbing a water bottle and making an effort to change habits. It probably doesn't even occur to them that this might need to be streamlined for people like us.

    For me, here's what worked:

  • The right water bottle is big enough that you won't need to get up to refill it often, insulated well-enough that the small pleasure of ice can be added before you go to sleep and still be there in the morning, and – perhaps most importantly, I found – has a lid that doesn't even require you to open it when you want a sip (because people like us really do need to save every spoon possible)
  • The right ice tray doesn't require you to ever wrestle with it. You don't need to get rid of your other ice trays, but silicone ones will never cling too hard to the ice. This makes you more likely to get the ice, and the ice (if you're like me) will make the water more pleasant, and making it more pleasant makes it require less mental effort to get yourself to reach over to take a sip.
  • The right reminder won't require you to press a button to deactivate an alarm, won't ever make you scramble to turn it off so you don't wake up your roommate, and can be ignored relatively easily (just turn it to face away) so that you're still in control.

    These are all things that require spending some money upfront, but are cheap to maintain.

    Basically, the strategy is to accept that you're already doing what you can to help yourself, so making the tasks easier will let you do more and live better with your limited energy. Having contingencies that accept how bad some days can be will help to keep one very bad day from turning into a very bad week because you won't need to stretch yourself to get something done when you can least "afford" to do so.

    Don't be embarrassed or ashamed by the lengths you need to go to in order to live decently. Others won't get it, but we both know that you're already used to people not really understanding.

    If you want to talk more and exchange ideas about more ways to "save spoons," then just let me know. Good luck!
u/semi- · 5 pointsr/CrappyDesign

I commented earlier in the thread but I'm a strong proponent of Soylent as well.

I suggest trying both the powder and the liquid. Powder is much cheaper($1.83 powder vs $2.63 liquid per 400kcal), but that won't do you much good if it just sits in your pantry because you don't want to clean the container to mix up a new batch and wait for it to sit.

If you end up going liquid, it's now available on Amazon Launchpad -*Version*=1&*entries*=0

If you set up a subscription for either the powder or the liquid on, you get 5% off. If you subscribe to the liquid on amazon, it's 5% off, but if you subscribe to 5 items on amazon it goes up to 15% off.

I know this looks like a shill post, but I really have no association with soylent other than finding their product to be a real benefit to me. With that said, check out /r/soylent as well, because one thing that really makes me love Soylent is they really don't care about people making DIY copies or even competing with them, so there are a lot of soylent clones out there and if you're not in america some of those other ones will be easier to get. A lot of the clones have more flavor options which I'd love to try, but if you are in america, most of the clones are much more expensive to ship here.

You can of course flavor soylent yourself however you want as its very neutral, both powder and liquid. With the liquid I like to squirt in some chocolate syrup and just shake it in the bottle. With the powder, flavored protein powder works well if you know what you're doing (e.g you arent depending on the bottle being 400kcals /trying to use it to track your intake closely), and blending the powder with some fresh fruit is a good way to go. Though I most often just drink it as is, it's not bad, it's just not good, it's just..what you need.

u/CatEarsAndButtPlugs · 1 pointr/vegan

Vegan athlete here who bikes, runs, rock climbs, and lifts. I get about 90-100 grams of protein a day (I'm also very small) and it's not hard.

There's a ton of brands that make plant based protein powders instead of whey. Vega is a very common one, but the consistency is a little thick. Orgain protein powder is tasty but doesn't have the best protein to carb ratio for my macros. I'm currently working through the Kaizen vanilla vegan protein powder which is 140 calories a scoop and 25g of protein I think. I also have a ride based protein powder that's 110 calories a scoop with 31g of protein but does need to be mixed with some fruit to make it taste good. Also make sure to mix your drinks with plant/nut milks for a better taste. You can buy large bags of protein powder off myprotein and there's a few vegan options. A lot of these protein powders list amino acid ratios on the tub and all of them are fairly decent. I've used a variety of brands and they've all done the trick.

I drink a lot of cashew and soy milk (2-3 cups a day, mostly cashew milk) so I tend to get my calcium and what not from that. I also take a daily vegan multivitamin, but you only really need to suppliment B12. I've also always taken a D3 suppliment in the winter for emotional support and there's even vegan versions of that just make sure it's from lichen sources.

It can be hard getting in omega-3s but luckily there's lots of options. One option is Gardein fishless fish which is fortified with an algae based omega blend. Another option is adding ground flax or chia seeds to a protein shake. There's also hemp seeds which not only have omega fatty acids but also have a decent amount of protein.

I get my iron from leafy greens. I like making green smoothies with lots of spinach and some berries for vitamin c to boost absorption. I track my intake daily with myfitnesspal and tend to meet my iron goals, if not go over them. Lots of greens in general have iron, even broccoli which is fantastic roasted with a little nutritional yeast. You can also get iron from beans.

u/PanchoOfDeath · 3 pointsr/vegan

Super good and cheap. Plus prime shipping. 👌🏿👌🏿👌🏿👌🏿

Orgain Organic Plant Based Protein Powder, Creamy Chocolate Fudge, Vegan, Gluten Free, Kosher, Non-GMO, 2.03 Pound, Packaging May Vary

u/Bilka · 3 pointsr/PeaceCorpsVolunteers

Peanut Butter is a big one, there is nothing that will make you feel more at home. I was never a big peanut butter eater, but after 6 months I was craving it.

I made sure to bring Sriracha and peanut butter in my bag. I had a lot of stuff (seasoning salt, ranch dressing mix, curry pastes, and good coffee) sent in a care package. PST is a crazy time - I never once thought about pulling out the food I brought, I just ate whatever was put in front of me. But it's nice to share some American snacks with your host family.

Edit: Gatorade packets are also great. I was able to get them from the PC office, but something like this would have been awesome.

u/caitcreates · 1 pointr/cocacola

OP here - I have some good news for you! Granted, Diet Coke with Lime is gone. However, in my search for replacements, I have found something that seems to work well.

There are these tiny packets of crystalized lime called True Lime that you can get on Amazon or elsewhere. I've found that one packet flavors a can of Diet Coke just right. Two packets seem to work well with a 20oz. bottle.

There are still some places you can get Diet Coke with Lime - but it's all at exorbitant prices. The Fridge Packs (three 12-packs) are up to $38 on amazon - those are shipped directly from a Coca-Cola distributor in Atlanta. I stocked up when they were around $24 for a 12-pack. I still have about ten 12-packs left, but I'm not as worried now that I found out about True Lime packets.

I hope you can get True Lime where you are and that you like how it tastes.

Good luck!

u/ryuns · 2 pointsr/triathlon


I know some serious long course triathletes might scoff at Gatorade, but man, I love that stuff. Tastes good, mixes well, you can mix it to your specifications, and it's so cheap it's almost free. As an Oly distance racer, I feel like Gatorade is "good enough" for nearly all my training, and I just need to try out my race nutrition a couple times before the actual race to make sure it sits well.

u/r0botdevil · 6 pointsr/veganfitness

If you're trying to build some muscle, it definitely is important to get enough calories. So if you've calculated your goal intake at 1515/day and you want to add a swim, you should increase your intake to account for that.

As for learning the lifts, I'd start with very basic stuff like bench press, squat, deadlift, and maybe shoulder press. There should be loads of video tutorials on YouTube for this, but proper form is extremely important to minimize risk of injury so don't be too shy about asking someone to check your form in the gym. Most good lifters will be happy to help out with spotting and/or form-checking once in a while, just try not to ask the same guy for stuff all the time or it might get annoying. The biggest single piece of advice I can give to new lifters on form is this: If your muscles are sore the next day, you're probably doing it right. If your bones or joints are sore the next day, you're probably doing something wrong.

As for getting adequate protein as a vegan, that may be your biggest challenge. This stuff is awesome, this stuff isn't bad, and this is a good recipe for a high-protein seitan.

Good luck!

u/whatever_dad · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Check out [Soylent](Soylent Meal Replacement Drink, Original, 14 oz Bottles, 12 Count Its designed to completely replace food if you want or need it to. It has all the nutrients and vitamins an average person needs, with 400 calories in a bottle. Buying a 12 pack from amazon works out to less than $3 per bottle, and a 2000 calorie diet will put you at 5 bottles per day, for a grand total of less than$15 per day.

The taste is pretty bland (lots of people describe it as the milk left over after eating cheerios), but works great as a base for smoothies. Personally, I use Mio "water enhancers" to flavor it, and those work great too.

Neither Soylent nor Mio require refrigeration. But I will say that Soylent tastes a lot better cold, so maybe pour it into a glass with ice or save up for a mini fridge if using your parents' isn't an option.

u/father_of_a_diabetic · 2 pointsr/diabetes

I have a three year old T1 who pumps. Here is what we've learned:

  • Use Skin-Tac when installing an infusion site and it won't come off accidentally

  • Use TacAway to help remove infusion sites and CGM sites

  • Cover the CGM sensor site with IV3000 and it won't get accidentally pulled off

  • After removing a infusion/CGM site first clean it with an alcohol wipe to remove left over adhesive. Then use Neosporin or a thin film of a Zinc Oxide product like Desitin to help heal it

  • For active people, like my 3 year old, SPIbelt is a great product to hold your pump (you can even sleep with it on)

    As mentioned in other posts, always have a kit with you. Your kit should contain:

  • Emergency sugar (glucose tab, cake frosting, or juice box)
  • Backup rapid acting insulin (pen or vial/syringe)
  • Glucagon
  • Your BG meter
  • Some kind of ID that you are a T1 diabetic (bracelet, dog-tag, tattoo, or id card in your wallet)

    It is also a good idea to keep in your car, office, family, and friends houses an extra infusion kit (wipes, reservoir, infusion set). Train your family and friends on how to test your BG and also administer Glucagon and/or Insulin just in case you aren't coherent.

    Happy pumping!
u/litteroddity · 2 pointsr/veganfitness

I'm definitely happy that we have so many options nowadays and that there are so many companies that are creating Vegan products.

Really depends on what you're looking for though. Customization is certainly great, but Vega really shines when it comes to creating high-quality innovative products that are formulated with performance, flavor, and whole food ingredients in mind that I actually trust to put into my body. For the most part their products are not supplements, but whole food powders (no synthesized vitamins and mineral blends that come from a lab, amino acid blends, enzyme derivatives etc. but rather non-GMO powdered food ingredients like greens, spirulina, marine algae calcium, acacia gum, real fruits and veggies, etc.). Price-wise there is really a range now too, Protein & Greens is available on Amazon for about $17/lb, and has 20g of protein and 3 servings of greens in a scoop.

u/drinkduckshit · 1 pointr/tea

So let's break this down:


1A. If you're looking for good caffeinated tea to start the day I would recommend Red Blossom's Formosa Red #18, Mi Xiang It's a cross between a traditional assam breakfast tea and a native Taiwanese cultivar. Certainly the finest black breakfast tea on the market.

1B. If you're looking for non-caffeinated breakfast options, I would go with something like [Tartary Buckwheat] ( Goes great with most breakfast foods.


2A. If you're looking for a caffeinated nighttime option, definitely go with a good white tea like [Silver Needle] (

2B. If you're looking for non-caffeinated nighttime option, you simply can't beat [camomille] (


Remember for best results with both Camellia and herbal teas - always brew Gong Fu Cha style. This means use a high leaf to water ratio and brew for shorter periods of time.

u/AndroidGingerbread · 1 pointr/xxketo

My daily electrolyte supplements usually look like this:

  • 1 packet of ElectroMix mixed with a teaspoon or 2 of Natural Calm in a glass of water.
  • 1 chicken bullion cube mixed in a tall mug of hot water. (Sometimes I do this twice a day, depending on how I feel.)

    The rest of my electrolytes come from food. If I still feel unwell after the above, I may drink another ElectroMix. This seems to be working well for managing my induction.

    Remember: Spinach is a good source of potassium and other healthy nutrients. It never hurts to mix it into whatever you're making or have a side salad with some olive oil.

    Best of luck to you and KCKO! :)
u/jerbs24 · 1 pointr/veganfitness

Most on here will tell you True Nutrition. Which, I can agree on some points. However, most of their products are sweetened by Sucralose (secret word for Splenda). I usually like close to 2lbs of powder. Which, could put you around $20 but in the US shipping and handling can run you to around $27.

I like this one:

with PRIME shipping is free. It tastes very good and it's sweetened by stevia which is a better alternative than sucralose.

u/pezasied · 2 pointsr/Fitness

I rotate between four different protein powders, all are vegan and are sourced from multiple sources (mostly pea, flax, and hemp protein).

My favorite taste wise is the Vega Protein and Greens.

Also from Vega, the Sport Protein is nice, as it has 30 grams of protein per serving vs the 20 per serving in the protein and greens. However, Vega changed the recipe for the Sport a few months ago, and now it makes a super thick drink, almost akin to drinking cake batter. I have to split up the serving just so the drink doesn't become too thick.

The Garden of Life Sport Protein also has 30 grams of protein per serving, and isn't as thick as the Vega Sport, but I think it doesn't taste quite as good as the Vega branded stuff. Not bad though.

Lastly, I'll occasionally buy Orgain as it is the cheapest typically, though it has a somewhat grainy texture compared to the others.

I usually just buy whatever of the four are on sale at my local Co-Op, but if you're going to go with one, I'd recommend the Vega Protein and Greens if you're ok with only 20 grams of protein per serving.

Edit: oh didn't realize you have already had the protein and greens, maybe try the Vega Sport? Also, I buy all four exclusively in vanilla, so I can't speak for the other flavors.

u/dryh2o · 1 pointr/self

I have started drinking Soylent for breakfast, one or two for lunch and then eating a healthy dinner. Soylent has everything I need nutrition-wise, is quick and easy and is portable (in pre-mixed form anyway).

As far as fruit, I have two of the small sugar free cups of fruit that come in the little plastic cups. I don't have the time or energy for fresh fruit. I add a couple drops of liquid sucralose (Splenda) and it's a great, sweet snack before bed.

u/fendertele · 1 pointr/diabetes

I'm a little older and haven't played sports competitively since I got my CGM but i have been using these before inserting my cgm and I can consistently get 3 weeks out of mine. Although you may not get that it may help.

Also I know there are some third party sticky things that go over the dexcom as well that have designs. I can't think of the name but those could help as well.

I know all of this is a mute point when you get laid out on the ice or your pad hits it and just rips it out but I think some of these might help.

u/BarbellCappuccino · 1 pointr/xxfitness

Orgain! I love the chocolate flavor! Can be purchased here on Amazon


Also, I haven't yet tried True Nutrition, but they are my next one to try! They get super good reviews throughout a few subs I follow, and the pricing is similar or even better than Orgain. There's also lots of options to customize if you want to, and TONS more flavor options than Orgain.

u/FeelinGroovE · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


As a Scottish-Canadian, I may be obligated to recommend [Irn Bru] (, a 17oz bottle of which is usually about $5.00 US. You can also [get one on Amazon] (, of which a pack of 6 is about $18.00.

It's a delicious Scottish soft drink (a bit soda-y, a bit chemical-y) that was sort of outlawed in places in Canada for awhile for having some ingredients that weren't approved for consumption here. Kinda badass.

Linking [this] ( cool necklace that only comes to $4.00 CDN after shipping so you can gift someone else too. Thanks for the contest! :)

u/GhostOfTheNet · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Today, I plan to get some food shopping done. I am really looking forward to some yogurt with peanut butter! Yummy!

For the next weeks, you may need these. Good luck on your finals!

I recently found this Deadpool shirt made out of polyester, and I think it is the perfect workout shirt for me!

Who needs revision?! Thank you for the contest!

u/Aksen · 2 pointsr/loseit

> I wasn’t even being adventurous in my fast food meal, I just liked that it was convenient and I knew what I was getting.

Have you looked into meal replacement drinks? I replace one meal a day with soylent for this reason. It costs about $3, fits into my diet nicely, and takes literally zero effort. There are things I could be doing that would be more healthy, but... they might cost more, be less delicious, or be less convenient. And I have an easy time sticking to a plan if it's this convenient.

u/koranuso · 1 pointr/personalfinance

This may seem like an odd suggestion, but you might want to give Soylent a try. The Cocao and Coffiest flavors are good. Stay away from the Regular and Nectar flavors though. Also keep in mind the Coffiest flavor has the same dose of caffeine as a cup of coffee.

They are about $3.25 a bottle, and each bottle is 1/5 of your daily calories and nutritional needs (400 calories and 20% of every vitamin you can imagine). The wife and I drink one for breakfast and then have a regular lunch. If we can't figure out anything good for dinner we have another.

They don't require refrigeration and keep for a year. Pretty ideal for when you are on a long haul for weeks at a time. They beat the hell of out fast food, that for sure.

u/TheKittenConspiracy · 2 pointsr/ARFID

Yeah pretty much what everyone else has been saying. I would recommend a doctor. One thing you might be able to do is try to get her to drink Soylent. It's used a lot here to introduce a complete diet in a case where otherwise someone is eating a limited group of foods. I think it could be good for your sister because each small bottle has 400 calories. It might be useful for slowing down her weight loss due to how calorie hence each bottle is. The "original" flavor tastes like nothingness or they also have flavored versions such as chocolate. Some of those bolthouse farms drinks are really calorie dense too. It may be a way for her to "trick" her mind into feeling like she still isn't eating a lot while still ingesting a lot of calories. If it's orthorexia rather than anorexia she should be happy too because the Soylent bottles only have exactly what the body needs. Five bottles and she would be getting 2000 calories and all her micro and macronutrients. I looked at a calorie calculator and if you can get her at anything over 1,422 she should stop losing weight. 2000 calories a day would be getting her about 1 lb per week back until she starts reaching a more healthy weight. As a heads up given her measurements she has a BMI of 14.64. Anything below 16 is the lowest category which is severe thinness. That's pretty dire medically. I would force her to go to a doctor whether she likes it or not.

u/TheManHammer · 2 pointsr/snackexchange

May be easiest to look up the Surge Movement on Facebook, but basically they have persuaded Coca-Cola to make Surge again and currently it is in a "testing" phase where it is being sold on Amazon here. Don't worry, it IS NOT $80-100, there are just some assholes buying cases and reselling it for much more. It is simply out of stock right now, and regularly sells for $14 for a 12 pack of 16oz cans (from Coke themselves). We are happy (the Surge Movement) because it has been in stock twice and it sold out within 2 hours both times because we all love Surge so much. Hopefully Coke brings it back for good!!

u/sistermercy · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

First of all, I hope you feel better soon! Sending you some healing mojo from across the internet. We have really similar tastes! Everything I suggested for you is from my own wishlist and I own Firefly too :P

Um... You should get Firefly on blu ray because it's totally shiny!

I think you'd like this (They are totally sexy professor mcgonagall shoes) (from my own wishlist):

Or this (everybody needs an owl) from my own wishlist:

Or this (also from my wishlist, I've had it IT'S AMAZING):

And I'd love this:

Or This:

Edit: My formatting was stupid.

u/literal-hitler · 2 pointsr/WhitePeopleTwitter

I've just started mixing Soylent with coffee for breakfast when I get up, the when I feel like it during the day at work. It's basically a hyper-nutritious mocha at that point that gives me everything I need.

Now I'll periodically make delicious complicated dishes when I feel like it, but the complete freedom to not have to really helps.

u/potatoaster · 3 pointsr/tea

People use all sorts of tea to make pearl milk tea. I believe the canonical tea is cheap Ceylon, but a lot of places use even cheaper Assam instead. Some people add a second tea, like high-mountain oolong, to add complexity. In HK, they often add ripe pu'er. I've also seen many people recommend Golden Sail lychee black tea and Sunflower jasmine green tea, which are cheap Chinese supermarket brands.

Thai tea is usually Ceylon with condensed milk, food coloring, and often star anise (and sometimes clove, cardamom, vanilla). The leading brand is Number One. That's what your favorite restaurant probably uses. Black sugar PMT was made famous by the Tiger Sugar chain. I've tried it, and tbh I prefer the cleaner flavor of sucrose- or fructose-sweetened PMT.

I don't know how to make cheese foam, but here's my recipe for Taiwanese milk tea:

In 1 c of boiled water, steep 2 teabags of Ceylon for 15 min. Add 1/8 c each sugar and creamer. Chill completely. Shake before serving to improve the texture. Serve with pearls, either the instant ones or homemade ones with tapioca starch and black/red/brown sugar.

u/lorde_blue · 2 pointsr/nfl

Here's a link to the product if you are curious:

I've had some recently. It pretty much tastes like an iced extra/extra coffee that your friend loves so much.

u/itsbecomingathing · 3 pointsr/keto

Funny enough, another user here mentioned them (as they have 3g of carbs per packet)


I add them to water and it tastes like a sports drink. It's very helpful if you're used to sodas and don't think you can drink water alone. I would stick to one packet a day and then make sure to eat potassium rich foods like avocado and spinach.

u/dohlfhauldhagen · 1 pointr/veganrecipes

I'm not sure if this would be what you're looking for, but you could try using a plant based protein powder like this and making a smoothie with it. Add peanut butter for more protein, as well as bananas, frozen fruit, or whatever you like with some dairy free milk of your choice.

u/manachar · 3 pointsr/maui

Is that Indonesia or Indiana? Big difference in shipping.

Your best bet is going to be the cans, like this. Amazon and Amazon Marketplace should be pretty good if it's Indiana, not sure about Indonesia.

u/break_me_down · 7 pointsr/diabetes

Here's how I'm able to keep mine on for about 2 weeks at a time (you read that right!):

  1. Size up an area that will be about 2 inches longer on all sides than the adhesive of the sensor
  2. Clean the site thoroughly with soap and water, allow to FULLY dry
  3. Apply rubbing alcohol to the site, allow to FULLY dry
  4. Apply Skin-Tac to the site, allow to FULLY dry - there will be a sticky residue left behind by this.
  5. Put in the sensor site in the middle of the area.
  6. Take a sheet of Tegaderm and fold it in half. Use scissors to cut a hole in the middle of the sheet that is the size of the transmitter and all the plastic that sticks up. You want the Tegaderm to cover the adhesive of the site and continue onto your skin, where you should have skin-tac applied. This is why you apply skin-tac to an area 2 inches longer than the site itself.
  7. Apply the Tegaderm and press down. Give it about a minute before doing any major movement to allow the tegaderm a chance to really attach to the skin.

    Doing this has allowed me, as mentioned to keep a single site in for 2+ weeks, even through showers and daily exercise. I hope it made sense. :)
u/pogarita · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Ok there are two things that remind me of (or really, are) my username!

Remember this game?? hehehe

Also - there is this popular hawaiian drink that is often made into margaritas - and they call them Pogaritas. I didn't even know this drink existed until I was playing around googling my own username. A friend made my name up... o.0

Imagination is greater than detail!

u/joydeeann · 3 pointsr/xxfitness

Non-whey and non-plant, so are you basically specifically looking for egg protein recommendations?

I usually recommend Orgain, but it's plant based. However, it tastes great! And it's easy to get at Costco or Amazon.

u/vinberdon · 1 pointr/cigars

Gotta get yourself the real stuff I have a friend in Thailand who had sent me some of this (same exact bag) along with a bunch of curry and other stuff... It's pretty damn good. Steep at 200F for like ~5 minutes, then add milk to your desired milkiness and some ice (or just chill the tea first, a much better option). You may also want to add sugar, because the tea itself is pretty bitter. The dry tea leaves smell like heaven with vanilla all over it, but as you know, the tea doesn't quite taste like that lol

u/Glenathon · 1 pointr/diabetes

Good question....this is something I battled with early on since acquiring the 'pod.

First off, I use Skin-Tac wipes (after the alcohol wipes) on the site every time. I found that worked VERY well with keeping the tape on...however I still had issues with the 'pod ripping off the tape due to the vigorous movement in tennis.

When the 'pod is on my arm, I use a dress sock with the bottom part cut off (from below the ankle, down). This leaves me with a tube of stretchy material. I slide that around the 'pod on my arm and it works perfectly!

When it's on my waist, I invested in a custom belly wrap from Bands4Life. Kind of expensive, but works great.

u/neuro_neurd · 3 pointsr/fitmeals

If you're on your way to the gym, you can spike your water with some flavored BCAAs. Otherwise, if you need some flavor without the junk, I'm a fan of Nuun vitamin tablets in water. I also enjoy adding some lime to my carbonated (or non) water, and these packets are great for on-the-go.

u/SeafoodDuder · 4 pointsr/veganfitness

I just bought this Orgain Protein Powder in chocolate. I mixed almond milk + tablespoon of peanut butter + two cups of this protein powder. Tastes pretty good and it's pretty cheap. :)

u/ma-ccc-slp · 1 pointr/keto

I am still trying to get the fiber part in check, but have found this to be the best sugar free electrolyte supplement out there.

u/-filly- · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

fear cuts deeper than words

Edit #1 - Replaced #1 #2, #9, #13, #15, edited some text, added bonuses

Okay, so a lot of my items are similar, or are kind of "flexing" the rules, but I will leave official rulings up to you. Here goes!

  1. Something Grey - Strip of magnesium - This actually just got gifted to me. This coal trash can is silver, which is basically grey :D

    2)Something reminiscent of rain - Zen Garden - Flexing the rules. It's only related because it's a garden. An umbrella!! I don't have one of these, and I have no idea why.

  2. Food related - Pineapple corer/slicer

  3. On wishlist not for me (this is for my fiancee) - Apple Cider k-cups

  4. A book you should read - Everyone should have the Joy of Cooking

    6)Item less than a dollar - MP3

  5. Something related to cats - This is related because of that scene in "Christmas Vacation" where the cat gets electrocuted

  6. [Beautiful but not useful - Lego adoption of Brandenburg Gate](

  7. Movie everyone should see once - Not on wishlist - Harlan County, USA. This documentary is nearly perfect in every sense of the word. This movie is so powerful, and so real, it's just unbelievable. One of my favorites. I always suggest it when someone asks "what documentary should I see?"

  8. Something useful when Zombies attack - Kinect Your Shape Fitness Evolved - You need to be able to Outwit, Outrun, and Outlast.

  9. Profound impact on life - Guitar. I really want to learn how to play, and my dad was going to teach me, but he passed before he was able to. It would mean a lot to share that passion with him even though he's already moved on

  10. Add-On Item - Cat6 cable!!!

  11. Most expensive item -It's actually the guitar, so I went with the 2nd most expensive which is a Logitech G19 keyboard Nope. It's actually this amp.

  12. Bigger than a bread box - Mizuno backpack

  13. Smaller than a golf ball - Not sure if a k-cup would count, but I threw it in there. If it doesn't count, I will find something else It doesn't. Here's some ship and anchor cufflinks I really want for my wedding :)

  14. Something that smells wonderful - Kind of cheating, but a different k-cup. Donut shop coffee is the BEST. Changed to a different beverage. I have a horrible addiction to this stuff, and it smells wonderful (to me)

  15. SFW Toy - Legos are a toy!! :D

  16. Helpful going back to school - I listed the Zen Garden again because it's helpful to have something peaceful when going back to school

  17. Something related to your current obsession - I am OBSESSED with Lorde. I have stated this many times over the last week.


    BONUS #1 - I looked through your reddit history (not very hard, but I did look), and came up empty, so I'll just post something later that might fit.

    BONUS #2 - These blankets are made in Oregon, and look SUPER cool. Not on my WL (I have more than enough blankets), but I really like them.

    I may attempt the bonuses tomorrow, we will see. This is definitely a placeholder until rulings on some items are made. Fix'd :D
u/Wilwheatonfan87 · 27 pointsr/pics

American here. Best bet is here

It has a sort of rusty look to it with a citrus/bubblegum flavor, at least that's the best I can describe it. Definitely

u/jojofroyo · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Who needs revision?!

This shouldn't keep you distracted from your revisions, but if you have to many at once with some vodka it may...

Euro Version

Right now I am at work! I get off in a hour then I'm heading home to do fun things, like skipping my afternoon classes and watching Lost on Netflix! Oh and I'm waiting for a new orchid I ordered off the internet to show up today. I'm hoping to get home before the mail-person comes, since it has to be signed for.

u/lylet · 1 pointr/nutrition

When I am trying to gain weight I use a nutrient shake called Soylent. It has 400 kcal per bottle and all an appropriate amount of all essential nutrients per calorie. I usually drink 2 bottles per day to add extra calories to my diet. However, in your situation you could add as many as you need. You can usually get 12-packs delivered with next day delivery on Amazon if you have a Prime account:

Also, they have flavored versions, but I honestly think the original flavor is the best for general use. Maybe cocoa flavored one on rare occasions. Nectar flavor is awful.

u/Scrub_Life_Art · 2 pointsr/Fitness

The Orgain Organic protein is dairy free and is probably one of the best vegan proteins I've had.

You can pick it up at your local Costco or Sam's club.

Also amazon link for anyone interested:

u/user_none · 9 pointsr/vaporents

I've done it, and here's a much cheaper option. I can personally vouch for this brand. Great stuff and I have it as good ole tea almost every night. Vaped, it's pretty amazing.

u/throwaway234f32423df · 3 pointsr/soylent

You were probably looking at listings from unauthorized resellers, which is a common mistake because Amazon does fuck-all to clarify if you're looking at the real listing or not.

You're better off bookmarking the correct page since Amazon makes it so difficult to find:

Any other 2.0 listing you might find is an unauthorized reseller, and at the current time any listing for any Soylent product other than 2.0 is also unauthorized. They did have bars officially listed for a while, and I think they're working on Coffiest. Also, if the page doesn't say "Amazon Launchpad", you're definitely in the wrong place.

The base Amazon price and the base website price are always identical. The Soylent website offers a 5% discount for subscriptions; Amazon offers a base 5% discount for subscriptions but it rises to 15% if you have 5 or more Subscribe & Save items shipped to you in your monthly shipment. You can do this with 5 boxes of 2.0, but you have to do 5 individual subscriptions; it won't count if you do 1 subscription with a quantity of 5.

You can get the same 15% discount on the Soylent website with the 5% subscription discount + 10% coupon discount; there are permanent 10% coupon codes and occasional larger coupon codes, but they only apply to the first shipment of the subscription so you have to constantly cancel and re-subscribe. Amazon is a lot simpler, plus a lot of people have credit cards that give cash back on Amazon purchases.

u/RantngServer · 8 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

This is what I have:

It’s vegan, gluten free, non-dairy (lactose free), non-gmo, soy free, and kosher. So, if any of that stuff matters to you, you’re good to go. I have it because one of my relatives lifts and trains a lot and does a ton of research for anything he takes.

u/team_pancakes · 3 pointsr/vegan


I do, I usually have a scoop or two a day. I like blends. True Nutrition vegan protein optimizer is my favorite (45% pea, 45% rice, 10% hemp). And it's cheap, $9/lb. You can also build your own blend on their website, it's super easy. And they have a coupon that saves you 5% off site-wide, never expires "GOVEGAN"

I also hear good things about Orgain, but haven't tried it. Saw it on amazon earlier for $17 ($8.50/lb)

u/Alt-Right_is_rising · 3 pointsr/triathlon

If you want liquid carbs and sugars, there's existing options:

The advantages of gels and standalone carbs is:

  • More total water stored on the bike because the bottles volume isn't being taken up by 3 scoops of powder

  • Easier to shift the ratio of water to carbs as the ambient temp changes. Maybe the clouds disappear and now its hotter and you want more water per unit of carbs, if everything is pre-mixed, you don't get that adaptability.

  • Refills are not as simple because you have to have a way to carry extra powder, then pour in the powder without spilling it, then put in the water.

    That said, it's not black and white. Liquid carbs might work better for you, I recommend trying it out.
u/[deleted] · 0 pointsr/keto

I'm not sure about how much, but as for a source I highly recommend ElectroMix (available on Amazon). I bought some recently for backpacking, knowing I might get crampy with the intense exercise, but it made me feel so much better that I'm just going to start eatiing it all the time. It's also pretty cheap, even on my college budget.

u/TheMuff1nMon · 2 pointsr/veganfitness

I use this! Its soy free and absolutely delicious! Prefer the chocolate but the vanilla is good too.

u/manlymatt83 · 2 pointsr/soylent

Sounds good, thanks!!

So is this a good start?

Just want to make sure I’m ordering the right thing.

u/WithRealLemons · 5 pointsr/diabetes

The curent Medtronic CGM sensors, Enlite, are okay I guess. Way better than the Sof sensors that came before. I still 100% prefer Dexcom to the enlites IMO. The Dexcom takes less calibration, last longer, and seen less fussy with the transmitter placement/tape requirements. Some people really like them though, so YMMV.

Doing a lot of martial art I can't say. I like to put the sensors on my arms, but you could use your torso, thighs etc; where ever you think would be the best place where it wouldn't get hit/disturbed. If the adhesive isn't working for you, you could always try some skin tack, that stuff will keep things from falling off.

u/bjanaszek · 2 pointsr/climbharder

> Vegan protein powder exists although it is more expensive than regular stuff.

I've used both Orgain and Sunwarrior. The Sunwarrior stuff has BCAAs, while Orgain does not. I find both mix up pretty well in smoothies.

Also, for diet stuff, check out the No Meat Athlete. Lots of good recipes and other info.

Question about soy-based protein: I've heard in some circles that any soy-based product that isn't fermented is basically nutritional garbage. I don't know enough to have a strong opinion either way, but my wife and I tend to avoid it when we can (though will happily eat it when eating out).

u/banng · 2 pointsr/xxketo

I use this electrolyte powder that I ordered on Amazon to make up for the missing supplements. There is no sugar but it still tastes pretty good!

u/UpsetGroceries · 2 pointsr/drunk

This will change your life, trust me. If you don't want a box of 100, you can get a 32 count box at Walmart for like $2 in the baking section. My room mates and I drink so much Mexican beer we buy the 500 count True Lime boxes.

u/mrpez1 · 0 pointsr/Bitcoin

Much better deal to subscribe and save on Amazon. Use your Amazon store card and get 5% back. $27.45 for the case.

u/blondiemp · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

Vega Protein & Greens was a lifesaver for me during my first trimester. I made a smoothie every morning with just water, a banana and the powder. It is easy on the queasy tummy and has 20g of protein per serving and no sugar 👌Can't recommend it enough!

u/nancyandlouis · 2 pointsr/trees

Oh yeah! I posted my SO's Birthday Munchie Meal last year here.ées_birthday_munchie_meal_a_tradition/

As far as the Hawaiian Sun goes, I'm only able to find it in small Asian food stores (conveniently, the same place that sells sushi grade salmon and poke) but Amazon is your friend if you need some POG in your life.

u/FlexPointe · 1 pointr/Accutane

Hi! I also use Vega some of the time to cut down on my dairy intake. Vegan protein powder has a gritty taste and texture. I can't drink it with just water, but it's delicious blended with frozen berries/banana, kale, and water! I've only tried the Vega Protein and Greens in Vanilla as that's what they carry at Costco. You can purchase it on Amazon:

u/ThotlineBling_ · 5 pointsr/xxfitness

I absolutely LOVE Orgain
If you have a Costco card, they sell a bigger tub (a little under 3 lbs) and it's cheaper. The thumbnails on that link allow you to see the ingredient list.

u/5kyl3r · 1 pointr/news

link to the item (didn't show up in search results for some reason, but this link goes straight to the surge). it's still in stock as of now, but it's already sold clean out at least once since they added it to amazon

u/-life_starts_now- · 2 pointsr/loseit

I use a variety. I have some unflavored soy protein isolate in bulk that I add a tablespoon to my morning smoothie.

I have Orgain Pea/Brown rice stuff. Its pretty good in all the flavors I've tried so far.

I also use Hemp:

I also eat a lot of nuts and seeds. Hemp seeds are amazing. They make smoothies extra creamy.

u/dragonbubbles · 1 pointr/kratom

I have German chamomile from "Frontier Natural Products" and I like it a lot. UK Amazon listing and U.S. Amazon listing

u/SirCasey · 2 pointsr/Invisalign

I'm totally the same way, just really don't care for plain water, want some flavor.

I thought I'd struck gold with these True Lime (no sugar) packets:

...But then I found that citric acid is really bad for your teeth :/

So I'm switching to making iced tea with herbals like Celestial Seasonings, or keeping fresh lemons and limes handy, though they also have citric acid in them, they at least also have vitamin C.


Hope you get some better answers here!

u/moogiecreamy · 1 pointr/4hourbodyslowcarb

Orgain Organic Plant Based Protein Powder, Creamy Chocolate Fudge - Vegan, Low Net Carbs, Non Dairy, Gluten Free, Lactose Free, No Sugar Added, Soy Free, Kosher, Non-GMO, 2.03 Pound

u/Refinedredneck · 1 pointr/Smoothies

Orgain Organic Plant Based Protein Powder, Creamy Chocolate Fudge - Vegan, Low Net Carbs, Non Dairy, Gluten Free, Lactose Free, No Sugar Added, Soy Free, Kosher, Non-GMO, 2.03 Pound

That one and the one in vanilla. Vanilla for the mentioned

u/Cheddar_G_Swiss · 4 pointsr/CrohnsDisease

I've been looking at Soylent for a while. I've heard good things, and it seems like it would be well suited to being a meal replacement for people with IBD. I have to mention that I haven't tried it yet though, so I can't guarantee the quality.

u/_JamesBlonde_ · 1 pointr/diabetes

If you're really active or are going swimming, be sure to use a product called Skin-Tac. It's a skin glue, and your endo should have some samples for you. Secures the pod like a damn fortress.

u/IrishVixen · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

I buy mine through Amazon: True Lime 100 count

It's carried in some grocery stores too, along with their lemon and orange versions. 1 packet is equal to a wedge of lime. I keep a handful of them in my purse along with a little dropper bottle of stevia--just a few drops to offset the extreme tartness of the lime, not enough to turn it into a sweet drink. It's made a huge difference in my drinking habits!

u/undeadskid · 1 pointr/Coffee

I use Third Wave Water packets and add them to distilled water. It's a good way to get consistency, and I like the flavor of what I make vs using my tap water.

You can also make you own water solutions. Search for Matt Perger.

u/LemonsAreJustLemons · 2 pointsr/Fallout

They did and it ran out quick. It's just a rebranded jones blue raspberry lemonade as far as I know, which I've had and is pretty good.

u/kevoc2008 · 1 pointr/Toonami

So, how many of you have tried this meal replacement drink called Soylent

Just tried it a while ago and CaoCao was pretty good

Purchased a case for next weekend at a con. Not going to have time to eat anyway.

u/KRegister · 1 pointr/Coffee

I've been buying that Third Wave mineral packets that you mix in a gal of distilled water at home. I'm convinced!

Edit: Third Wave Water Mineral Enhanced Flavor Optimizing Coffee Brewing Water, Classic Flavor Profile, 1.5 Ounce

Edit 2: typo

u/J-Dragon007 · 2 pointsr/veganfitness

salted caramel was the first I've tried. Honestly, it probably is the best out of like 8 different protein powder brands/flavors I've tried, but if you don't have the money, this is probably a lot better.

It's unavailable atm, but it costs less than half of vivolife and tastes about the same (granted it's different flavors).

And the answer to your question: not as good as I expected, but still one of if not the best I've tried.

u/john-bkk · 1 pointr/tea

If someone wanted to make this at home it wouldn't be that difficult, based on using a powdered tea version. There's a booth beside the food court in my office and one near the local train station that sells it, but then I live in Bangkok.

This is one version of it on Amazon, which would be easy to mix with soft serve ice cream, or even the other box or tub type (I never used Amazon vendors for that, of course, so I'm not recommending any in particular):

u/jzuspiece · 0 pointsr/gifs

I think it'd be better if they filled it with Urge, or better yet, Surge

u/kaliforniakustom · 2 pointsr/keto

This will help! I love it! I also add salt to it. Your problem is electrolytes.

u/rightfootedglove · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I am crazy and love jumping in trampline gyms and learning to do crazy tricks.

I also love trying new sodas and new flavors!

u/dorxincandeland · 4 pointsr/harrypotter

Any thoughts on this product from Amazon?

Seems a little steep after shipping, but they have the option for a 12 and 24 pack as well.

Worth it?

u/Ctrl_alt_kaboom · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

Its coffee flavored and delicious. You just squeeze it in your glass of milk. Its concentrate, so it doesnt take much! Heres an Amazon link..


u/estherfm · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Because what better way to appreciate Titty Sprinkles than with some butterbeer?

u/EquivalentSelection · 1 pointr/crossfit

Yes, 3FUEL is expensive. Grass fed whey protein hydrolysate (cost driver), MCT's from coconut milk. A good balance of macro nutrients, with minimal sugar - at a premium price. "Balance" being based on Zone 40/30/30 Diet. (9g carb, 7g protein, 1.5g fat = 1 block)

Price per serving:

[Xendurance] ( 4g carb 20g protein 2g fat - $2.13

[Progenex Recovery] ( - 9g carbs 23g protein 1g fat - $2.17

[3FUEL] ( - 20g carbs 20g protein 5g fat - $2.32

[Optimum Protein Powder] ( - 3g carbs 24g protein 1.5g fat - $0.74

[Soylent] ( - 41g carbs 20g protein 20g fat -$1.83

[Naked Whey] ( - 3g carbs 25g protein 2g fat - $1.12

[Vega Protein] ( - 5g carbs 20g protein 1.5g fat - $1.20

[Stronger Faster Healthier] ( - 4g carbs 23g protein 2g fat - $1.79

u/Rachplaysbass · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

for you

for me ;:-) I love you Kevin

u/Noxiide · 1 pointr/formula1

Naw I'm pretty sure it's Surge

u/Djentle-Now · 949 pointsr/Fallout

Pretty sure they did that at Target in the states.

Edit: With Jones

u/cjrobe · 1 pointr/tea

You're right, not sure why you're getting downvoted. AmantisAsoko literally just copied what Wikipedia says which it clearly says may include (which most of the time it doesn't).

I drink Thai Tea all the time. It's extremely easy. I usually get Police Dog brand (what's available at my local asian grocery stores) and add in condensed milk and ice. This is what every Thai restaurant I've ever been to does and what most Thai recipes will tell you.
Ingredients: Tea, food coloring.

u/Silound · 1 pointr/funny

They're an Amazon exclusive.

Right now they're out (gougers moving in on the market), but when they're in stock, it's $14 for a flat of 12 cans (16oz) with free Prime shipping.

u/circlemoyer · 1 pointr/soylent

With the subscribe option, I can save 15% off the ~$60 CAD price tag, which works out to cheaper than from the Soylent website after the abysmal exchange rate we deal with right now, bringing the price to around $50, and Amazon magically doesn't tack on any tax. Throw prime into the mix, and I'm not entirely dissatisfied.

u/is_landen · 1 pointr/soylent

Original Coffiest, all three regular soylent flavours, and powder is available on Amazon Canada with subscribe and save too

u/santoxeu · 3 pointsr/vancouver

I like this brand protein powder, chocolate flavour. It doesn't taste horrible mixed with only water, and it dissolves well if you let it sit for at least half an hour.

Also, have you tried dried bean curd? Cheap, and according to the nutrition label on my package, one sheet/serving has 50g of protein.

u/Nibroc99 · 2 pointsr/Perfectfit

Autocrat. Hands-down. If you're able to get Autocrat coffee syrup then that's the one you wanna get! The link above leads you to Amazon, where you can get the regular size for only 12 bucks or so. Enjoy! 😁

u/Courtthehuman · 3 pointsr/nottheonion

Coffee milk is delicious!

Order the mix and try it!

u/Mishiiee · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

When I am thirsty I love to drink Butterscotch Beer*. I will never drink dragon pee* when I am thirsty.

Non-Alcoholic (think Harry Potter Butterbeer)

**Because Harry Potter theme-ish, dragons seemed appropriate.

u/theillinestvillain · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

something I haven't had since I visited Scotland in H.S.

It's the best

u/Master_Who · 1 pointr/AskSF

Hawaiian Sun can always be found at Takahashi market in San Mateo for the best price. If that is an issue just order it on Amazon...

u/flamethrower2 · 2 pointsr/soylent

I tried a case and did not like it.

Maybe this link will work:

Hopefully I didn't just give you my Amazon password or something.

My experience is similar - it tastes a little bit like some kind of lemon-infused detergent.

u/legbreaker7 · 1 pointr/vegan

Not to be "that guy" but buy this stuff instead. Good protein sources, FDA approved, solid amino's in it. It also tastes bomb and is fairly cheap for a vegan protein.

u/xxReptilexx5724 · 2 pointsr/guns

yes, they make it again buy you can only get it through amazon. i assume its what was in the amazon box

u/Zook · 5 pointsr/shutupandtakemymoney

Here's a link to Amazon Smile for the product page. Always helps to support charity when you buy things like this.

u/keewee23 · 2 pointsr/PublicFreakout

It's awesome and this might be of use to you.

Source: Scottish and living abroad.

u/TissueReligion · 1 pointr/veganketo

This stuff is vegan, it's great:

Orgain Chocolate Fudge

u/akarian88 · 4 pointsr/fo4

Didn't they make nuka-cola for fallout 4? I don't think it was coke that did it though.

Found it! It was Jones Sodas' that did it! (A FAR superior line of soda's imo)

u/Theriley106 · 2 pointsr/vegan

Have you tried this stuff? It's what I use. It doesn't blend as well as Whey did, but it's much better than Vega IMO.

u/futuremo · 4 pointsr/bodybuilding

There are also plant protein powders with no soy if you just want to avoid it altogether.

Here's what I use, tastes really good.

But if you really want soy, here's some info so you can decide for yourself. Looks like you should be fine as long as you're not using excessive amounts.

u/hanajibu · 2 pointsr/soylent

Amazon has their 35% off Coupon back up for all flavors with Subscribe & Save. 1st order only.

u/MelloRed · 3 pointsr/soylent

Yes, they now do. 2.0 at least, not 1.5 There's also plenty of people reselling as well. Here's their official link.*Version*=1&*entries*=0

You can subscribe 5 times (60 bottles a month) to it to get a 15% discount.

u/eclecticxcarbon · 0 pointsr/veganfitness

This one by vega is amazing and not that pricey (as compared to the sport line).

u/Kirbsotros · 35 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

While it much cheaper to buy the tea leaves and make it yourself, the Joy Luck is good. If you want to brew it yourself, Number One is really number one.

I use this recipe

u/Quizzelbuck · 1 pointr/technology

Im going to celebrate with a chalice of the finest ceremonial libations.

u/no2cminorop18 · 1 pointr/tea

It often comes with a mix, to which condensed milk is added. I prefer this brand. You can find this in most Asian food markets as well. You'll have to run the tea through a cloth filter (tea sock), but I find that clean cut up pantyhose, or a large silk tea bag works just fine.

u/mistral7 · 1 pointr/diabetes_t2

Your results may vary but I discovered a fresh lemon in an extra large glass of water could impact my blood sugar. I switched to True Lemon.

  • 0g Sugar;
  • 0 Calories;
  • <1g carbs;
  • No artificial sweeteners, flavors or colors; no preservatives;
  • no Gluten; Non-GMO
  • 1 packet = the taste of 1 Lemon wedge; 2 packets = 1 Tbsp lemon juice.

    The Lime ia equally Tasty! And, to be honest, this is a much more convenient and economical solution; plus adding it to most tap water eliminates ever drinking canned or bottled flavor chemicals.
u/showmethestudy · 1 pointr/veganfitness

Orgain's creamy chocolate is pretty damn good and very close to ON.

u/midevildle · 6 pointsr/FoodPorn

Typically a finely ground strong black Assam or Ceylon tea. I use this mix from amazon

u/CarlsbadCO · 2 pointsr/veganfitness

you can easily eat a shitton of protein on a vegan diet if you supplement a bit:

With a little effort you can gain LMM as fast vegan as you can eating animal flesh.

Saying you cannot get enough protein on a vegan diet carries no weight = you just need to learn more.

Source, me:

I have faced no challenges other than letting people know you don't need to be anal about macro anything as long as you eat mainly non processed whole grain whole foods low in oils/fats w/ a protein shake or two per day to perform however you want athletically or looks wise

u/BarbieDreamSquirts · 4 pointsr/SeattleWA

Coffee drinkers: Has anyone used a product like Third Wave Water to manage the minerals in the water? I was hoping to try an individual serving before I buy a lot of it.

Addendum: I am not suggesting the water here is bad (quite the contrary). If you look at the product information, you'll see that it adds minerals to water like the coffee shops do, and this enhances the flavors in the coffee. It's just a bougie white lady thing, not essential.

u/gulbronson · 3 pointsr/AskSF

You can look here. It's also on Amazon with free 1 day shipping for prime members.

u/asiatrails · 2 pointsr/Scotland

Pack of 6 half liter bottles are $15.49 (£12.39) with free shipping, delivery tomorrow anywhere in the USA.

u/rayne117 · 1 pointr/gainit

Chocolate flavor, all plant based protein, lactose/dairy free. $22 with prime for 2lbs.

u/DFYX · 36 pointsr/CrazyIdeas

This already exists: There's a Jones soda branded as Nuka Cola Quantum that appears to be officially licensed, There also used to be a company at that sold different Nuka Cola flavors (I think there was at least classic, Quantum and Victory) but it looks like that website doesn't exist anymore.

u/main_motors · 1 pointr/gaming

Amazon is your friend.

u/pyrokld · 2 pointsr/soylent

Also since you are a new subscriber, if you want to get a 15% discount check out the Subscribe and Save option from Amazon. Ordering at least 5 boxes will get you 15% off and you can always change your qty (minimum 5 at a time for 15%), cancel or push off months at-will.

u/andra-moi-ennepe · 10 pointsr/Ultralight

These lime crystals (they come in lemon too), would save you carrying an extra liquid.

u/Level44EnderShaman · 5 pointsr/twitchplayspokemon

It's good because it's a mid-brand root beer that uses real vanilla. Oh, and if you want to try something even tastier, you could go indie and try Flying Cauldron's Butterscotch Beer for starters.

u/shady_mcgee · 2 pointsr/nostalgia

Thanks for reminding me. It's back in stock!

u/Parthros · 1 pointr/nostalgia

As per the rules, the link to purchase it is here, in a comment.

EDIT: Aaaaand it's $80 again. Hope some of you guys got it before the price shot up!

u/Udontlikecake · 2 pointsr/nfl


There are two choices, Autocrat, and Dave’s Coffee

I have a slight preference for Dave’s, but your may feel differently

Also if you’re into it, Narragansett makes a coffee milk stout, although it is seasonal I think

u/krates_magoo · 4 pointsr/xxketo

Blegh. I got some lite salt last weekend and tried pouring it into my water because I have heard people say they do that. Apparently I should have put some flavoring in there, because even though I thought it was a small amount of salt for 24oz of water, it was pretty much salt water. And I was determined to drink it! So, that was gross.

This stuff: Elctro-Mix is my godsend right now. It has ZERO calories & carbs and it isn't crazy sweet like other powders. It has a tart flavor, I hate when drinks are super sweet and fake tasting. I drink 1 in the morning with 12oz of water, and keep a pack on me jic I crash during the day.

u/chrsfry · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Are those the $54 12 packs??? lol I want to get one so bad but I don't know if i can spend that much on nostalgia. in case anyone wants one

u/clairegardner23 · 4 pointsr/xxfitness

Have you tried the Vega protein powder? I switched from Quest to Vega around 6 months ago because I don't like how many ingredients are in Quest. I use the vanilla and I really like it! I don't even feel the need to add anything into it to besides water. It has 5 grams of carbs per serving.

u/lumenation · 1 pointr/baseball

This really isn't a 2011 Boston Red Sox thing. This is a: They were out of their minds on the field. It was just time to come back down to earth. Frankly, I think there is enough in the tank to resurge for the playoffs. And I hope the A's do. It was phenomenal to watch your team for a while.

u/he-jer · 6 pointsr/keto

check this product out, tastes good and gives you some electrolytes you need.

u/acdcnate · 1 pointr/keto

My wife got this, tastes pretty good: Orgain Organic Plant Based Protein Powder, Creamy Chocolate Fudge, 2.03 Pound, 1 Count

u/HowDoYouDoThatAgain · 1 pointr/xxfitness

I use this one

It's on Amazon and at Costco. I put it in a smoothie, or on cereal, or mix with soymilk.

The protein is from peas, chia seeds, and brown rice, none of which I typically eat, so it seems like a good pick.

It think it doesn't mix very well, so sometimes I use my little smoothie maker to blend it if I'm just doing it + soymilk, or otherwise, try to stir it with just a little soymilk to start.

That said, all the protein powders I've used I think don't mix very well, so I'm not trying to say it mixes worse than other protein powders.

u/Krypt0night · 15 pointsr/pics

For those interested in getting some of their own. It's finally back on Amazon

u/TauRyan · 1 pointr/AskReddit

You have to get it when Amazon themselves restock, then it'll be the $14/case. Currently, the page for Surge lists a price of $44.44 sold by CLEAR VIEW MOVIES, whoever that is....

Edited because I used the wrong Amazon page for Surge...

u/zonecontroljokes · 1 pointr/AirForce

I recommend getting a box or two of Soylent and taking it with you in checked luggage. I'll take a box of coffee and a box of chocolate and then go out to eat once or twice to break monotony. Breaks down to ~$3 a meal for breakfast/lunch/dinner/as often as you can tolerate them.


u/arcsreddit · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Actually it looks like it may be available again:

u/deadwhitekids · 2 pointsr/Nootropics

I get sick of doing it too, I do two weeks worth at a time with individual dosing into these little red silo cups I have. I'd like to bulk mix as well but have the same concerns as you about distribution in the mix. For flavoring I add a 2g scoop of Gatorade powder to my mix, I got this big old thing of it.

u/waftedfart · 1 pointr/pics

Is this the right one? I'd like to order some...

u/spoonchild · 5 pointsr/fargo

Just keep your eye on this will let you know when they've done a production run again because it will only be like $14 for the case.

u/SpikeX · 5 pointsr/soylent

Link to Cacao:
Link to Nectar:

Looks like they start shipping January 1st.

u/Kulemi2 · 8 pointsr/ItemShop

If you've got $15 for a single bottle, you can find out yourself

Quick edit: It looks like (from the packaging) it's just the Berry Lemonade flavor by Jones in a different wrapper.

u/WolfWaker · 1 pointr/Coffee

Like some of the comments have stated, RO water straight out of a unit like this will leech some of the flavors from the coffee upon contact. There's a few ways to get around this. Personally, I use a ZeroWater filter to get the TDS as low as possible (RO wasn't an option in the apartments I have lived in), and then I remineralize the water after I collect it. There's a few ways to do this, but personally (and apparently very unpopularly in this sub) I use the product Third Wave Water. For me, it's just the most convenient thing to do, but you can check their ratio of minerals and buy in bulk for cheaper.

u/silentvoyager · 5 pointsr/running

My typical recovery drink is a protein smoothie (Vega protein powder, frozen berries, and water or almond milk).

Also recently I discovered Vega Recovery Accelerator, which I think works very well. It is more convenient than a smoothie when I am not at home.

u/plushpuffin · 2 pointsr/Showerthoughts

Go ahead and try it:

Soylent Meal Replacement Drink, Original, 14 oz Bottles, 12 Count

u/HeyRememberThatTime · 2 pointsr/science

You kidding? We can even subscribe to it on Amazon and have it shipped straight to our door so we don't even have to put on pants to get more.

u/Bombsauce420 · 1 pointr/CrohnsDisease

I drink Soylent Bottles

Tastes kinda like the after milk from Cheerios sorta but bland. I mix mine with chocolate syrup sometimes.

I think smoothies in general might be a good option also but my blender sucks so I don’t do that yet.

u/eegras · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

When they link to the mobile version of the site, yeah.

Here's the non-mobile version

u/xtentual · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Yep, only through amazon currently though. The official price is $14 per 12 pk.

Follow Surge on Twitter, or The Surge Movement on Facebook to find out when it will be restocked.

u/thekevinwang · 3 pointsr/Coffee
  1. Cilio 4 is not a V60. Like u/vailman said, A V60 is a specific pour over cone made by Hario
  2. regarding your meh results, assuming you've dialed your weights/pour technique/water temp, your next step is to check your water hardness.

    Quick easy fix is getting distilled water, and add minerals to it... I personally just use a basic (Pür) water filter because it's convenient and simple.
u/Diesl · 2 pointsr/starterpacks

Start goin to the gym and drink this after, maybe mix in some fruit as well. And snack on peanut butter. Each spoonful is almost 100 calories.

u/Nasphreak · 7 pointsr/soylent,404_.jpg

By the above picture, it would appear they have redone the Coffiest label to be inline with the new products as well.