I ordered a week’s supply to try out, and so far so good. The flavour’s pleasant and reminiscent of a very smooth porridge.
This prompted me to try mixing it with far less water than suggested to try and make a ‘thick’ Huel which you’d eat with a spoon. This was relatively successful, but more like a cake mix than a porridge, and has left me wondering if there’s room for a ‘chunky’ version of Huel based around oats rather than oat flour (in addition to the smooth version, of course).
It may be utterly impractical and/or I may be the only person who likes the idea, but I’d certainly be interested in having both options.
Both interesting ideas. When trying different formulas for Huel I had trouble sourcing coconut flour so used desiccated coconut which was rather nice, every so often you get to bite into a small chunk of coconut.
A few people have asked for a savoury flavour, so we are looking into it, which savoury flavour would appeal to you?
I’ve decided it’s not worth the time and cleaning to blend completely smooth so going to a porridge like mix seems a good idea. It could be made liquid as a chewy drink! Try a plain porridge taste so can add flavour to suit, I’m going to try Marmite as I have a jar other vegan spreads are available. Would it be possible to sell added flavours separately for a choice each time avoiding having to produce different packs which would be open for longer?