Eat and Drink Soylent 2.0 makes not eating even easier "Soylent is a new option for maintaining a balanced state of ideal nutrition, just like traditional food," the company's website explains. Photo Credit: Soylent By MELISSA KRAVITZ Updated August 4, 2015 11:39 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Forget waiting for a table at NYC's must-visit restaurants. In fact, forget dining, chewing or enjoying food at all. Soylent, the futuristic meal replacement beverage developed by Silicon Valley engineers too busy to eat lunch has debuted its newest menu item, we mean, empirically designed food substitute. Previously only available in powder form, Soylent 2.0 now comes in convenient, ready to sip bottles, making skipping the restaurant scene that much easier. Those ready to convert to a liquid lifestyle can subscribe to anywhere from 12 to 144 bottles of Soylent 2.0 each month. Bottles are measured by Kilocalories, with each bottle having 400 Kcals of energy. Soylent, designed with a desire to be more productive and spend less time doing human activities like eating, is FDA approved and vegan, packing in more nutrition than probably anything you could order on Seamless... Ready-to-drink Soylent debuts in October 2015. Enjoy your chewable food while you can. By MELISSA KRAVITZ Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic How we tackled our fear of the juice cleanse (sort of)Who's taking bets on which one of us broke first? Stuff your mouth with a doughnut sandwichIf you haven't had a meat-filled doughnut this summer, you're doing it wrong. Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.