Four Loko seemed (and was deemed) catastrophically bad for the health and safety of the American public. Then the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau decided to up the ante and approved Palcohol—the first powdered alcohol—on March 10, 2015.
Sound like a terrible idea? Palcohol addressed some of the main concerns circulating in the media, which you can read here.
So, in the spirit of powdered foods you never knew existed, lets take a look at 10 more you can sprinkle into your diet—for health benefits, not a buzz. Because aside from convenience, cooking, baking, or blending healthy food and drink powders are an excellent way to add nutrients. For example, foods like cricket powder, which are a great source of protein but aren’t standard in American diets (yet) are easily incorporated into more palatable foods, minimizing the scare factor while maximizing the benefits.