It would take a magician to formulate a meal replacement with these two ingredients and make it taste like a slice of heaven--one is decidely chalky, the other tastes like seaweed. When I blend hemp, maca, flax and chlorella together and add it to juice or soymilk no amount of sweetener can make it taste like the greatest beverage on Earth--My two cents.
There must be some way to make a nutritional power house like Vega more palatable.
The bars for example are much better. Why do the bars taste better than the shakes? Scientific explanation please.
Also, Michael, I 100% agree with what you said about Pure Trim being vegan by accident
. I addressed this point in a post above. As I noted earlier, Pure trim was not made with the goal of veganism in mind, and it isnt even marketted as vegan nor is it directed at a vegan market, nor is it even labelled as "suitable for vegans" or anything like that, which is further evidence that it isnt even marketted for vegans. The company probably doesnt even know what a vegan is and probably doesnt care. The veganism of the shake was indeed essentially "accidental", so you are absolutely correct in my opinion.
But that doesnt change the fact though that it is vegan nevertheless and tastes good. I agree that Vega is nutritionally superior to Pure Trim, but Pure Trim is better than a soy or whey isolate powder. Would you agree?
Also, is fructose carcinogenic in your opinion, like that aspertame and those other artificial sweeteners?