Now this tastes like home. Like any good American, I was raised having cans of Cambell’s tomato soup with toast (or with rice) for lunch, and this manages to come pretty close to that flavor. Having said that however, it also tastes just a bit boring - but familiar. The tanginess of the tomatoes comes thru nicely, and the texture is a little better than that of the Thai curry flavor.
This has many of the same good and bad points that the Thai version does. There are some gritty chunks that do not absorb enough liquid, but that seems a little better with this. And being able to chew and savor the food allows me to eat less of it and feel just as satisfied. So for me a 400 calorie serving of this makes me feel as full as a 500 cal serving of liquid Huel or Soylent does. I wish it cost a little less but the price is not exorbitant and I trust that the nutritional content and quality of the ingredients is very good.
So thank you, Huel. Now I am looking forward to trying the Mexican flavor, and wondering what else will come out of the Huel kitchen. Chinese flavor? Indonesian curry? Hungarian goulash? Keep up the good work!