Soylent, the all-nutrients-no-chewing food of the purported future, landed big time investor money last year. But why wait for mass produced future food when you can make it at home? New York Magazine's Abraham Riesman shows you how.
Turns out, the foodslurry of the future is made from pretty common ingredients — flours, olive oil, a little salt, etc. And it's vegan, who knew? Though, judging by Riesman's reaction, the flavour might need a little tweaking. [New York Magazine via Digg]