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Drink the Book: Orange Kombucha

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I have to admit I was a bit taken aback when I came across kombucha recipes in Andrew Schloss's Homemade Soda since I'd always thought of this fermented tea as more of a health tonic than an easy drinking soda. But when you think about it, kombucha does fall into the flavored carbonated beverage category, regardless of how good for you if might be. Since kombucha has been on my try-it-out-at-home list for quite a while, giving one of Schloss's fermented tea recipes a whirl seemed like the perfect excuse to delve into the world of kombucha mothers and babies. More

Drink the Book: Natural Cola

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 6 comments

With its herbal citrus notes, this Natural Cola is far more nuanced and delicate than today's Coke, and it lacks that certain tooth-aching sugariness. Its complexity is almost amaro-like—dark and filled with rich, sweet aromatics, a more grown up take on a cola. More

Drink the Book: Celrtzer

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 3 comments

Cel-Ray is a cult favorite and can be pretty difficult to find outside of Jewish deli territory, but thanks to Andrew Schloss's book Homemade Soda, its unique flavor profile can be replicated at home quite easily. More

Drink the Book: Sour Cherriade

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The trouble with most cherry sodas is that they are enjoyable in an artificial lollipop sort of way, and have nothing at all to do with the flavor of fresh cherries. Enter Andrew Schloss, author of Homemade Soda and creator of this fantastic Sour Cherriade that smacks of fresh cherry flavor. More

Drink the Book Giveaway: 'Homemade Soda'

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Refreshing, thirst-quenching, and nose ticklingly bubbly, the appeal of soda is easy to see. But if you don't feel like drinking high fructose corn syrup or artificial sweetener, what's a soda lover to do? Make your own, that's what. More

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