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.