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How to Build a DIY Home Carbonation Rig

Kevin Liu 43 comments

There are plenty of great commercial soda-makers options out there, but there are also some pretty good reasons to rig your own custom device. It boils down to cost, convenience, and customization. More

New Flavored Fizzy Waters from Spindrift Soda

Drinks Erin Zimmer 1 comment

Spindrift just released a new line waters, which come in three flavors: Lemon (zero calories), Raspberry-Lime and Tangerine (both 10 calories). It's carbonated water with just a splash of fruitiness, and none of that fakey aspartame aftertaste since all of the ingredients are natural. More

Calorie Free: R.W. Knudsen Sparkling Essence Drinks

Drinks Maggie Hoffman 6 comments

Sometimes we're tired of just drinking water, but also don't want a super-sweet soda—whether it's sweetened with HFCS, or sugar, or something artificial and calorie free. So we were curious about R.W. Knudsen's new(ish) line of flavored sparkling drinks. Would they be lightly flavored, refreshing options? Or oddly-infused experiments? More

Soda: Polar Seltzer's Christmas Flavors

Drinks John M. Edwards 29 comments

We got our hands on Polar Seltzer's Christmas Flavors: Granny Smith Apple, Candy Cane, and—prepare yourselves—Eggnog. No kidding, Eggnog flavored seltzer. More

Dinner Tonight: Zucchini Pancakes with Dill and Fresh Ricotta

Serious Eats Blake Royer 8 comments

Zucchini pancakes have found their way to SE in the past, but I thought this recipe was worth posting because it's a little different. It's from a video post from Working Class Foodies, and the key is what holds the pancakes together: flour and seltzer water. More

Gadgets: Sodastream

Gadgets Nikki Goldstein 45 comments

[Photo: Sodastreamusa.com] More Gadgetry Decorating Pen by Cuisipro » All Gadgets reviews » Growing up, I remember my dad drinking a six pack of Coke every day—sometimes more. When it became a health concern, we switched him to seltzer (all the bubbles, no high fructose corn syrup), and it's been the miracle diet that could. The only catch? Now the rest of my family drinks seltzer with him, and they go through more 12-packs a week than I'd care to count. It's a clear expense, and it would seem you could put bubbles in your water for a lot less than the shelf cost. Enter the Sodastream. For those of you who haven't heard of it yet, the Sodastream... More

Water Works: How To Make Seltzer at Home

Lucy Baker 22 comments

The Soda-Club Home Seltzer Maker kit costs less than $100, and contains a carbonating bottle with enough carbon dioxide to make up to 110 liters of seltzer. Think about it: that's 110 less liter-sized bottles in the recycling bin, or worse, the trash can. More

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