12.14.2019

FUDE 0.5

0.5

152g

Cost per meal: 6.90; 20.70 per day

Cauliflower 31g         whole foods (0.88/oz)
Oat Bran 21g             amazon organic raw (0.27/oz)
Flax 20g                     amazon organic raw (0.62/oz)
Hemp 19g                   amazon raw (1.02/oz)
Avocado 18g               amazon freeze dried (1.25/oz)
Wakame 16g               amazon atlantic raw organic (3.50/oz)
Sunflower 11g            whole foods organic raw (0.32/oz)
Coconut Creamer 6g  sprouts (1.06/oz)
Nori 5g                       amazon raw organic (3.25/oz)
Cranberry 5g              mountain rose organic (5.19/oz)


0.4 had error in gram amount, was 155.

Lowered to 152g by reducing nori and balancing others to have right nutrients.
Did this because nori was expensive and it didn't need to be that high for
any specific reason.  Taurine is nice in nori though but also quite high in iodine
so the less the better.  B12 is plenty high which is nori's main benefit.  I
tried using celery to compensate for some of the sodium wakame gives, but
it wasn't enough and raised the grams per serving too high.

Analysis
https://ln2.sync.com/dl/2e1729220/rzwfjqfp-44rize6t-xe2gu7jw-6f8s6vq7



12.13.2019

FUDE 0.4

0.4

125g

Cauliflower 30g
Oat Bran 21g
Flax 20g
Hemp 19g
Avocado 18g
Wakame 16g
Nori 11g
Sunflower 9g
Coconut Creamer 7g
Cranberry 4g

tweaked it to remove endive with cauliflower for pantothenic acid since it is easier to acquire.  Also cauliflower had sugar so removed apricot.  Amount of grams lowered significantly which helps.

From the end of the world... Humet will keep you company.

Its the end of the world and we know it.

Humet or Hument

Vitamin D Precursors avacado and sunflower
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4981617/

vitamin d synthesis in body, does coconut oil (lauric acid) help?
https://themedicalbiochemistrypage.org/cholesterol.php


12.11.2019

FUDE 0.3

0.3

153g

25g Oat Bran
21g Endive
20g Flax
19g Hemp
18g Avocado
16g Wakame
11g Nori
8g Coconut Creamer
8g Sunflower
7g Cranberry
5g Apricot


Added cranberry and apricot because they are the two lowest fructose glucose
sources.  Also Cranberry kills some waterborn bacteria like proteus and ecoli.

Future add: IP6, garlic, broccoli sprout, mustard, artichoke, calendula, lavendar, lemongrass, dandelion.

Analysis
https://ln2.sync.com/dl/5510aa780/m9f6r2a6-s9gksggv-fjzez679-hx9r4sq2


12.10.2019

FUDE 0.2

HUMET
Human - Measured

0.2

118g per meal: 600 kcal each pack.

25g Endive
23g Oat Bran
20g Hemp Seed
20g Flax Seed
18g Avocado
16g Wakame
12g Sunflower Seed
11g Nori
10g Coconut Creamer

future: garlic, broccoli sprout, mustard, artichoke, calendula, lavendar, lemongrass
dandelion.

Should contain matches and the herb additives should sterilize dirty water.  Paper bag used to hold powder within vacuum sealed plastic.  Pour herb powder into plastic bag, filter dirty water through paper bag into plastic.  Mix and glug.

Ingredient calculation (contains 100% daily value of everything):
https://ln2.sync.com/dl/8bdee9110/s88kj73b-k6n26fsw-f57fkxgb-v35bt8sb

In these sorts of survival packs you need some survival gear like matches (why not scented?) and maybe a smoke to lighten the spirits.

Smoking herbs
https://7-min.com/can-herbs-detox-your-lungs-of-tar/

https://www.mountainroseherbs.com/products/herbal-smoking-blend/profile

incense matches
https://www.amazon.com/Incense-Match-Original-Scented-Matches/dp/B077LHR614/ref=sr_1_10?keywords=insence+matchbook&qid=1576034713&sr=8-10

Napkins
https://www.amazon.com/Recycled-Compostable-Biodegradable-Unbleached-Disposable/dp/B07SX3HBKP/ref=sr_1_39?keywords=unbleached+paper+towel&qid=1576036297&sr=8-39