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Soylent Is the Future of Food, if the Future of Food Means Constant Diarrhea

Of all the attempts to "disrupt" the food industry Silicon Valley-funded projects, few are as blunt as the one presented by Soylent. Sure, Blue Apron and its peers purge the supermarket from the task of putting dinner on the table, but Soylent goes further: It removes cooking and also the need to wield a fork or table knife. Its meal bars and just-add-water drink mixes are meant to provide all that a body needs, with none of the drudgery or aesthetics of the table.
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