Alternate shakers

I had been carrying mine in a reusable canvas bag. It popped open on a few occasions and yeah, it was messy.

Tim beat me, I use the mini brush.

But honestly, I’ve never found huel difficult to clean out, it’s water soluble after all. I just rinse after drinking and then clean properly at home.

One of these:

Both the internal and external corners and edges are less harsh than the official shaker and easier to clean. The design is more robust. Also the material seems tougher. For the price I bought two of them and will probably get a few more.

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The Shaker to Go from Sistema is a really nice, cheap and very effective shaker. It’s been my go-to for years. I blend my Huel in the morning and then pour it into the Sistema shaker to take with me and I’ve never had a single drop lost.

Not a shaker as such but I just wondered whether anyone knows if these Nalgene bottles are any good? I’m quite taken by the look of them and was thinking of getting one and using it as a possible recepticle for the ol’ Huel…


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Definitely give it a go, looks easy enough to clean and big enough to shake your Huel in! Let us know what you think. I like the simplicity of them!

Nalgene bottles

… made from Polycarbonate

here is a modern variant with Eastman Tritan plastic (same material as the new huel shakers), which is physically more stable than Polycarbonate, but also emits synthetic estrogen:

According to internal Eastman documents, in 2008 Eastman signed a two-year contract with Sciences International, another product defense firm that had played a key role in the tobacco industry’s scientific misinformation campaign. On Sciences’ advice, Eastman then commissioned a study that used computer modeling to predict whether a substance contains synthetic estrogens, based on its chemical structure. The model suggested that one of Tritan’s ingredients—triphenyl phosphate, or TPP—was more estrogenic than BPA.

helikon-tex tritan bottle, 1 liter, 13 eur

Tritan has been repeatedly tested for estrogenic activity and the results have come up negative. In addition, the BPA analogues which your article refers to (BPS/BPF) are not used in Tritan production, and the product has been tested and shows there is none detected.