Crossword clues for soylent
n. An undesirable, lackluster, and artificial foodstuff, as a substitute for real meat.
Soylent may refer to:
- Soylent, a fictional food substance from Harry Harrison's 1966 science fiction novel Make Room! Make Room!
- Soylent Green, a 1973 film based loosely on Harrison's novel
- Soylent (drink), a meal replacement beverage
- "Soylent Green", a song on the 1993 Wumpscut album Music for a Slaughtering Tribe
Soylent is an open source (1.4–1.6) meal replacement, advertised as a "staple meal", available in both liquid and powdered forms as a beverage, and as a solid-form meal bar. Its creators state that Soylent meets all nutritional requirements for an average adult. It was first created and tested by software engineer Rob Rhinehart as a self-experiment in nutrition. Subsequently, the powdered version of Soylent was developed into the first product line of the company Rosa Labs, which currently markets and sells the formulation.
Rosa Labs states that the current formulation is based on recommendations of the National Academy of Medicine and that Soylent meets the current Food and Drug Administration requirements to be sold as a food. Rosa Labs also states that Soylent includes all of the elements of a healthy diet, without excess amounts of sugars, saturated fats, or cholesterol.
Usage examples of "soylent".
Only this time they had a shipment of soylent steaks—" He raised his voice to shout over the roar of the two approaching green and white copters.
A thin Chinese boy in shorts and much-mended shirt crawled out of the window almost at his fingertips, holding a white box of soylent steaks against his chest, and Andy could only stretch his hands out helplessly.
The soylent steaks were sitting like lead in his stomach and twice he had to go back to the dark and miserable toilet in the rear of the building.