Soylent really isn’t the end of food. Honest.

What percentage of our meals are pleasurable nights out at a restaurant? And why should the consumption of soylent represent any more of a departure from our communal traditions of lunch than, say, Whoppers or microwave burritos? If nothing else, I hope the invention of Soylent will lead to a lot of encomiums from liberals of the joys, pleasures, and “realness” of fast food.

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I thought this was a pretty good article that looks beyond the surface that most people seem to get stuck on, with regards to Soylent.



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