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 flavor might need a little tweaking. [New York Magazine via Digg]