So I like pushing the boat out on new (mostly god awful) flavour combos, as some of you may know when I threw up the ‘Branston Pickle + Huel’ I made last week.
In a few weeks, I’ll be using a nice refreshing beer as my base to vanilla huel, and enjoy a ‘hearty’ pint. Completely defies the point of Huel, but hey, at least it might be entertaining? And if it goes well, I may venture into the world of ‘Hueltini’s’ and ‘Long Island Iced Huel’
It did get me thinking though, how does the processing of alcohol change after consuming huel? I’ve heard that if you eat a lot before drinking alcohol, the food absorbs the alcohol and you don’t get very drunk. But I can’t image huel to absorb much, so do you know if it will slow down the effects of alcohol much compared to a full meal?
I’ve also heard that Huel works as a wonderful hangover cure, and can actually confirm. Although this may be down to the several pints of water consumed at the same time and not the Huel itself…