People Fuel Plus


Plain plus protein and chia seeds.

Discontinued in favor of Schmilk.

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People Fuel Plus has been discontinued in favor of Schmilk.

People Fuel Plus is my recommended variation on the popular People Fuel Plain blend. Now lactose-free!

I’ve reduced the carbs a bit, increased the protein, and added chia seeds for fiber and omega-3. If you find that the Plain leaves you feeling unsatisfied due to its carb-heavy formula, give the Plus a try.

Tastes like Cheerios or corn tortillas, depending on who you ask.

All prices include shipping. Please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery.

Nutrition Facts

For a day’s worth of People Fuel Plus…

Serving Size: 1 bag (375g) of powder with 75ml canola oil (not included)

Calories: 2000 (40% carbohydrate, 20% protein, 40% fat)

Carbohydrate: 211g
Protein: 101g
Fat: 89g
Fiber: 32g

Contains at least 100% of RDI for all vitamins and minerals. (More info…)

Ingredients: Masa Harina (Corn), Whey Protein Isolate (Milk), Chia Seeds, Psyllium Husk Powder, Potassium Citrate, Iodized Salt, Calcium Citrate, Choline Bitartrate, Multivitamin Powder, Saigon Cinnamon, Stevia Powder, Xanthan Gum

Contains: Milk


  1. LC (verified owner)

    My only experience so far is with Soylent 3.1, this is my first custom mix I’ve tried. I use these mixes to replace one or two meals when I’ve fasted the previous day, or as a single meal if I’m going to be having a heavy dinner.

    TASTE: Vaguely like Corn tortilla, though sweeter. I tried a meal just above room-temp mixed with about 30oz of water and it seemed to be about the right consistency, probably would be better around 25oz. Chia seeds were a nice addition to the texture. Doesn’t taste like Cheerios (in my estimate), which was a small disappointment.

    PRO: Quite filling, more so than Soylent 3.1, feels good going down. Thick if you mix a meal with about 20oz of water. Satiating enough, I certainly felt full afterwards. Base flavor is alright

    CON: Very sweet, much more so than my expectations. I’ll try it chilled to see if this improves, if not, will probably need something to tamp this down, as it’s a bit overbearing for three meals a day. Salt, perhaps, or some kind of extract? Not sure yet.

    VERDICT: Would not recommend yet, formula needs tweaking.

  2. Derrick (verified owner)

    this is quite unexpectedly.. good!
    it’s got a subtle sweet cinnemon oatmeal taste.
    I ordered this and the schmoylent vanilla and prefer this of the two.

  3. Chuck (verified owner)

    The best soylent that I’ve had to date. Also the only soylent that I have tried that doesn’t need something major fixed (taste, texture, satiation, etc.).

    The texture is reminiscent of Cream of Wheat. The cracked chia seeds are done just right–encouraging you to do just a bit of chewing which stimulates salivation and digestion.

    I make one serving at a time with a BlenderBottle. I drop it in the fridge and it’s ready to go whenever I want it.

    I finally found the soylent for me. 5 stars.

  4. wh

    This is the first type of fuel I’ve ever tried and I couldn’t even last a full day on it. I found it intolerably sweet. By afternoon of the first day I could barely choke it down. To me it tasted sweeter than lemonade, cordial, and even most lollies. I am not a sweet eater (or drinker) so if that’s you too, consider a different version. The texture of the chia seeds was OK… you had to chew which was not objectionable at first, but as the sweet taste got to me, chewing was making it harder for me to get it down. It’s also less of a convenience food if you have to chew it – you can’t just swallow it quickly and mindlessly.

    The good thing is that I wasn’t hungry on it at all while I was still drinking it.

  5. scotch7 (verified owner)

    People Food Plus (PF+) includes cracked chia seeds, that are darker than the powder and plainly visible in the mixed blend. I considered advocating that these seeds take another pass through some sort of grinder, until I tasted the mix. It’s great as-is. The seeds are soft and a nice texture in the mouth. The seeds plus a base-texture I’d compare to well-cooked “Cream of Wheat” encourages me to do a bit of chewing which mixes everything with more saliva than a pure liquid, and that surely aids digestion and nutrient uptake.

    As others have reported, the taste is evocative of a very light buttermilk pancake batter.

    On day one, I mixed PF+ for overnight chilling and made my dinner the old way. But once mixed, you just know I had to taste it. The first thing I noticed was that one really should read the one-page large-font directions. It’s not complex but do RTFM, old sports.

    Failing to meet those minimal standards, I found un-mixed lumps in the jug and in my glass and in my mouth. In jug and glass, a butter knife quickly broke up the soft lumps. In mouth… it actually wasn’t bad at all. A bit dry yes, but saliva quickly handled most of it and a sip of water took care of it it completely.

    There’s a light hint of cinnamon. It is less than what you find in a Euro-style Hefeweizen (though I prefer West-Coast style). Boosting this spice should bring a good outcome. I’m planning to also test fruits like bananas, strawberries, mango & cherries.

    I tried and loved adding Crackled Dark Chocolate, more on that below.

    16oz Chilled People Food Plus for breakfast on Day One, was very satisfying and a pleasant companion to morning coffee (medium-strong French Roast). I went off for a day’s errands and by lunch time found myself specifically craving another PF+. Sadly I had not planned that well, so I had my normal fast/junk food protein pills: 2 McDonalds Dollar-Menu McChickens; plain. I found that just one fully satisfied me that day.

    Dinner was 16 oz of chilled PF+ and some popcorn later with a movie.

    I tried flavoring this meal with Crackled Dark Chocolate and that was quite nice. It does not impart flavor to PF+ until you chew it. However the presence of something in the mix that you must chew pushes the base flavor way into the background, and is the dominate flavor while you chew.

    To make crackled chocolate:
    Microwave a dark-chocolate bar till semi-soft, then flatten very very thin w/rolling pin, or pint beer glass. Chill till crisp, then crumble to average size between a split pea and a sesame seed. Flattening between sheets of food wrap recommended. Crumbling inside a zip-lock bag also a good thing; but both are optional. Add to Soylent/Schmoylent/PF+. Also try stirred into vanilla ice cream.

    No mustard gas, day 1. There was a minor change to what I normally pass, but I’d want more experience to properly report on this.

    After my first real PF+ meal I noticed moments of simply feeling “Really Good.” I must report that this feeling came in the middle of a beautiful but not too hot, sun-filled late summer day, so either or both are likely causes. More reports to come.

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