If red wine goes with your Thanksgiving dinner, so does this unsweetened, non-alcoholic, deeply flavored soda. Better Cheaper Slimmer Grape Soda Pop. It's actually kind of elegant. If alcohol's not the thing for you or a guest, this is the drink to serve. Cool for kids, too.
If you drink moderately, you'll live longer and have a lower risk of cardiovascular disease than people who don't drink at all. Really? Yup. Here's my summary of a 20-year study. And my thoughts for the holiday party season: get together with friends and have a little something to drink.
One day freezing. Next day balmy. Today: hot mulled cider. Tomorrow: spicy apple soda. It's terrific. Make your own soda. Dramatically improve your health. Save money. Save planetary wear and tear with something sweet, spicy and mellow.
What to drink with a summer dinner when you don't want alcohol. No red, pink or white wine. No beer. Just something cold and refreshing with a lot of good, interesting flavor. Something you sip slowly. A great pairing with fish or shellfish. Or veal or chicken. Even hot dogs. Cheers!
Deeply flavorful, thoroughly refreshing and, yes, kinda sweet soda with a fraction of the sugar calories you'd get in a can of Coke. A low Glycemic Load soda where most of the sweetness comes from banana, not high fructose corn syrup.
You can make a glass of intensely flavorful, thoroughly refreshing and, yes, kinda sweet soda with a fraction of the sugar calories you'd get in a can or bottle of Coke or another industrial soda. This is the gateway homemade soda pop.
Green soda. Way Better than green beer. Delicious. Five minutes to make a batch that'll keep in the fridge for five days. Just squirt in some sparkling water whenever you want a glass of soda. Make your own. Improve your health. Save money and planetary wear and tear.
Have a cup of this rich, intensely delicious, spicy hot chocolate that's a low-calorie adult beverage with a Mexican accent. Super fragrant. A viscous, tongue-coating texture without milk or cream. And very healthy.
Sparkling water. Blow-your-own-bubbles for Better Cheaper seltzer and soda pop. The gift that improves health, saves money and prevents planetary wear and tear. Not bad for something that costs $64 and fits under the smallest Christmas tree.
Have a drink. Not a soft drink. Not a hard drink. A just right drink. For a summer afternoon when you don't want alcohol and shouldn't give in to a sugar- or chemical-laced can of soda.