Funny you should say that I got a sample made the other day of a black t-shirt with white logo. It was in the active dry material which means it doesn’t crease and wicks the sweat away from the body, perfect for the gym.
A slightly bigger mug. Maybe 700-800ml. I only mix up about 600ml but I have to use 400ml of water, mix, then top up, otherwise my mixer sprays huel everywhere. An extra 2-3cm of height would let me skip the top-up step
A Huel container, with the logo, maybe made of glass. But i’ve got a good container at the moment.
I really hate the taste of stevia! I’m afraid that i don’t like Huel anymore,if it gets its sweetness from stevia.
A larger shaker would be awesome.
Gluten free: I don’t need it and it will affect the price. Nearly gluten free is good enough for me.
Organic: Well… a special and expensive certificate is not that important for. But care for the ingredients.
Imho you are doing a pretty good job so far!
I’m not a fan of stevia in general, often it has a bitter after taste but I have tried different grades and some are better than other. But we will probably end up having a blend with another sweetened to mask the bitter after taste, maybe xylitlol or thaumatin.
And I’d be super happy if there was a discussion on phytonutrients. That’s a big topic, but there are things that are not essential but still good for us, and if Huel considered these things and included some of the ones with more robust scientific backing, I’d be a very happy man. I don’t think there’s a need to go overboard with this stuff, but I’d welcome a thoughtful consideration of things like reservatrol, carotenoids, etc.
Oh, and more salt.
EDIT: Of course Huel is already ahead of many other soylents on the phytonutrient issue because of the larger use of whole foods, like the flaxseed, which will contain some phytonutrients.
Many people? About 1% have a coeliac disease, for these people gluten are very bad. But some of them even react totally gluten free oats. Doubling the price for getting a “Gluten Free!”-label doesn’t sound that awesome. Especially, because gluten isn’t even inevitably unhealthy for the 99%.
Actually we’ve eaten bread from wheat for thousands of years a few humans still exists in spite of gluten. If Huel can make it magically for (nearly)free: why not. But increasing the price only because the gluten pig is hot topic at the moment, doesn’t seem attractive.