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Private parts are never going to taste like chocolate cake or a glazed doughnut — and that’s OK. Men and women’s natural smells and tastes are part of human sexuality, and as long as you’re healthy, there’s nothing wrong with how the universe made you. But there are a few things you can eat and drink to smell and taste “better”.
Soylent, the yet-to-be-released food substitute, promises to replace meals you’re too busy to cook. It attempts to provide all essential nutrients so you only get what your body needs. With an indefinite release, some clever individuals decided to make their own and let others do the same. So, can you make a decent food substitute yourself? We decided to find out.