Soda Water

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    chrisuk
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    Morning everyone

    Would you say that Soda Water is a good substitute for fizzy drinks? I’ve been drinking around 1 and a half litres a day.

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    Chris

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    Able900
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    Unless I’m mistaken, many soda water products contain sodium bicarbonate which is an alkaline substance. If so, this means that it’s conducive to the growth and survival of Candida.

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    Steadam2011
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    All you need is a simple siphon and a supply of cartridges for it. They use CO2 cartridges to carbonate plain water (properly known as “Seltzer”), or any clear beverage such as your apple juice, which you can carbonate directly for a sparkling apple juice, similar to sparkling cider. Siphons were known as “Seltzer bottles” and were a household staple in the 20’s-40’s. You can also add syrups such as those made by Torani to the carbonated water to make your own sodas.

    If you want to get into actually brewing your own soda/cider.. Homebrewers.com has all the supplies you need to get started. They are the last link.

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