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seltzer water,

mineral water containing free carbon dioxide, obtained originally from springs at Niederselters, Germany. Reputed to have curative value in treating several diseases, it became very popular in the 19th cent. In the 20th cent. it was produced synthetically and, as soda water, is widely used as a beverage, often lightly flavored, as well as a component of other beverages.
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Still, he said, "in a seltzer water, the actual cost of the ingredients is probably not high.
Gradually whisk in 1/4 cup cold seltzer water and 1 1/2 tsp.
Sparkling water, also known as carbonated water, soda, seltzer water, and fizzy water, is water into which carbon dioxide is mixed under pressure, resulting in effervescence in the water.
carbonated alternatives like sparkling water and the seltzer water, tonic water and club soda segments have been growing because of consumers' desire to try products that offer carbonation without the caloric impact of a full-calorie soft drink.
A fishing buddy told me to wash them in a three-percent solution of hypo-allergenic, biodegradable laundry soap, seltzer water, extra-virgin olive oil, and locally grown, gluten-free eye of newt, then hang them to dry with some pine needles in each boot for a lovely outdoor aroma.
Add red and yellow food coloring to the seltzer water, making it appear orange.
IBHS went through many prototypes before getting it right, settling on a mixture of tap water and seltzer water to get the right shape, density and hardness.
And remember that even healthy juice contains calories, so stick to a small, 4-ounce glass once daily, or mix it with club soda or seltzer water to make it go further.
Engaging in political commentary will get you hosed down with brisk, refreshing seltzer water.
Physicist - would be someone who makes soda fountain drinks with seltzer water
He explained in a 1772 paper how to impregnate water with what he called "fixed air" (carbon dioxide) to produce what Priestly described as "an exceedingly pleasant sparkling water, resembling seltzer water.
SHRIMP TEMPURA 1 1/2 pounds large fresh shrimp, peeled and deveined Tempura batter: 1 cup rice flour, plus 1 cup for dusting 1 cup cold seltzer water 2 large egg yolks 1 teaspoon sesame oil Sea salt to taste White pepper to taste Dash hot sauce Peanut oil for frying (you may also use canola oil) Dipping sauce: 1/2 cup Ponzu sauce (available at the ethnic section of most supermarkets) 3 tablespoons rice wine vinegar 1/4 cup fresh squeezed orange juice 2 tablespoons sesame oil