Tagged With soylent challenge

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Last week, myself and Kotaku editor Mark Serrels ate nothing but bottled Aussielent; a liquid substance that contains all the nutrients and minerals needed to sustain life. That meant no solid meals, no snacks and -- horrifyingly -- no coffee or porridge for a whole week. At Lifehacker, we're all about the takeaway message, so here are five things we each learned during the challenge...

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This week, myself and Kotaku editor Mark Serrels are eating nothing but bottled Aussielent; a liquid substance that contains all the nutrients and minerals needed to sustain life. This means no solid meals, no snacks and -- horrifyingly -- no coffee or porridge for a whole week. Today, we offer our thoughts during the final leg of the journey.

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This week, myself and Kotaku editor Mark Serrels are eating nothing but bottled Aussielent; a liquid substance that contains all the nutrients and minerals needed to sustain life. This means no solid meals, no snacks and -- horrifyingly -- no coffee or porridge for a whole week. Today, our wives reveal how an all-Soylent diet has affected our moods in the household.

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This week, myself and Kotaku editor Mark Serrels are eating nothing but bottled Aussielent; a liquid substance that contains all the nutrients and minerals needed to sustain life. This means no solid meals, no snacks and -- horrifyingly -- no coffee or porridge for a whole week. Today, we hit the halfway mark and really begin to struggle in completely different ways.

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This week, myself and Kotaku editor Mark Serrels are eating nothing but bottled Aussielent; a liquid substance that contains all the nutrients and minerals needed to sustain life. This means no solid meals, no snacks and -- horrifyingly -- no coffee or porridge for a whole week. Today, our taste buds give their verdict on Aussielent's texture and flavour.

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Over the next five days, myself and Kotaku editor Mark Serrels will be replacing all meals with bottled Aussielent; a liquid substance that contains all the nutrients and minerals needed to sustain life. This means no solid meals, no snacks and -- horrifyingly -- no coffee or porridge for a whole week. Farewell and adieu to you, fair Spanish ladies...