I wandered around Reddit tonight looking for some insight on Ambronite pricing. This is my last post on the pricing – I swear. If you don’t subscribe and use other % off means to acquire Ambronite, and you’re buying the big bag (as they call them), you’re paying a ton per bag for 1600 calories which isn’t a full day of meals.
Full price = $49 a bag. Many times more expensive than anything else out there that I have heard about. And I have spent a lot of time searching for meal replacements. Is it nutritionally better than other offerings? Probably slightly better.
It feels like an exclusive food that sponsored athletes or the venture capital backed geeks can comfortably afford to use. Thank goodness that I won the huge box of packets (sachets) or else my wife would kill me for buying it. It’s way more expensive that procuring prepared restaurant food.
I hope people in the know at work don’t think I’m some kind of pompous asshole when they see the green shaker on my desk.
I can’t ignore that I feel a little better using it than I do with Huel, but Huel is close in its offering and I actually enjoy the flavor a bit more than Ambronite. I couldn’t possibly justify using Ambronite when I can get pounds more Huel with the cost difference.
I went nearly 100% Ambronite today. It was good. I’m looking forward to getting back into some Huel – maybe for breakfast tomorrow, and then Ambronite for lunch.
Look. At. That.
Here is $500 worth of Ambronite, berries on the top. This box is full of pouches. No scoops or anything else in the box though. I totally forgot the powder portion size without a scoop. The bag says 90-something grams = 1 full meal. Each bag says it contains 10 meals. I used 700ml of water when I think the sweet spot was 550ml or something like that. I need to get this figured out or I’m going to end up a
I need to get this figured out or I’m going to end up a fat bastard or else a hungry jerk. So I had 1 bottle for lunch and I’m almost certain I had the portion wrong. Here is my quick take (700ml water + 4 tbsp of powder (berries)).
A Very Quick Review.
The taste is infinitely better than I remember. The formulation is far better, it used to taste of chlorophyll in a strong way. The smell upon opening the bag was sweet and very berry-like. My shaker was quite watery – different than I remember previous shakes. Too much water obviously. The taste was almost pleasant. It tasted “healthier” than Huel, but I prefer the oaty taste of Huel (vanilla). However, I do feel a little better drinking Ambronite. Especially after several minutes have passed.
It tasted “healthier” than Huel, but I prefer the oaty taste of Huel (vanilla). However, I do feel a little better drinking Ambronite. Especially after several minutes have passed. Ambronite leaves you tiny objects of pulverized food to chew on, Huel is a straight shake.
I feel just as full on the Ambronite as I do while using Huel.
It’s too soon to say which I really prefer, but I was very surprised at how improved Ambronite has become. For the price, it should have always been this way. That said, it is still extremely expensive. I am quite lucky to be sitting on a stockpile of this size.
After a few more days I’ll post something again.
Update. I’m confused. 160 calories equals 1 serving according to Ambronite. 10 in one of those bags. For me a serving is 500 calories. So 3.125 times the amount. That many scoops.