Huel and general inflamation


#42

Hunzas is highly recommended for all those people who have just washed all their underwear and haven’t got a tumble dryer !


#43

Highly recommended by Which…or was it Crimewatch?


#44

Trustahunzasdotcom


#45

Yes I often look on there when shopping around. My last 3 for £3 was Almond Breeze. Morrisons now has Alpro on offer.


#46

Thanks :slightly_smiling_face: I’m all stocked up at the moment but it’s good to know.


#47

Ha! If only. I actually have anhedonia which affects every aspect of my life. So although I may make smutty jokes, that’s as far as it goes.


#48

I didn’t actually know what that is, but Google is my friend. Sounds harsh, but guess people who can tolerate drinking Huel all have it :stuck_out_tongue:


#49

It is, by definition, not a lot of fun! But you’re right, it does make a diet made up largely of huel a lot easier if you’re not a massive fan of food in the first place. Thinking about the process of eating has weirded me out for as long as I can remember. Taking a foreign object, putting it into a hole in your face, mashing it up then swallowing it so it travels inside your body to be digested and converted to fuel is freaky.


#50

If you put it like that… :frowning:


#51

I got some Oatly barista and finding it ok in tea. Will have some on my granola tomorrow morning instead of almond milk. Thanks for putting me onto it :+1:


#52

I’ve never tried it on granola, but it’s the only one I’ve found guaranteed not to curdle in coffee.


#53

Will try some in coffee tomorrow.


#54

It’s amazing.


#55

Wow! Pleasantly surprised! This is the only plant milk so far that I have found this enjoyable in coffee (or tea). Will have to watch the calories but hey! :yum:

I also bought a pack of Quorn chicken pieces to try. Never tried these before so hope I like them.


#56

Yes. It is in my opinion by far the best tasting plant milk in coffee. Glad you like it