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With the uprise of Soylent on the internet and the problems such a diet could cause I've started wondering about a different approach, food that is easy to prepare, contains everything the body needs but still qualifies as food. Therefor I am looking for the following, or people who has the same idea:

  • Food that is easy to prepare, preferably in bulk.
  • Easy to store, and then heat/prepare for eating.
  • Contains as much of the nutrients, minerals, etc. that is needed for a healthy body, minimizing the need for supplements. This is so that it requires minimal variation in the long run.
  • Has minimal impact on nature.
  • Made from readily available ingredients (no special orders of industrial chemicals or such).

The purpose of this is first and foremost for eating during the regular weeks.

As far as my research goes it seems that something similar to a raw food diet would be a decent base for it but I lack the resources and knowledge to make a good estimation from a nutritional point of view.

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closed as off-topic by Jeanne Boyarsky Jun 28 '13 at 0:56

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This has nothing to do with productivity that I can see. Closing. – Jeanne Boyarsky Jun 28 '13 at 0:56
I might be misunderstanding the topics allowed on this stack. As I see it the goal is to increase the productivity regarding nutritional intake and that is why I thought this was the right place for it. My apologies if I am wrong. – Hobblin Jul 2 '13 at 11:12