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SodaStream

Fizz, Sparkle, and Pop

David Letterman insists, “There’s not a man, woman or child in America who doesn’t enjoy a lovely beverage from time to time.” He’s right, of course. At our house we’re hopelessly addicted to Letterman and to any drink that fizzes, sparkles, or pops when we open it. But that means lugging bottles from the store, cramming them into our pantry and then taking the empty ones to be recycled. So we were thrilled to find SodaStream.
SodaStream
Fizz, Sparkle, and Pop

David Letterman insists, “There’s not a man, woman or child in America who doesn’t enjoy a lovely beverage from time to time.” He’s right, of course. At our house we’re hopelessly addicted to Letterman and to any drink that fizzes, sparkles, or pops when we open it. But that means lugging bottles from the store, cramming them into our pantry and then taking the empty ones to be recycled. So we were thrilled to find SodaStream.

In 1903 London, George Gilby invented a contraption that could turn still water bubbly. Unfortunately, his design was so large and elaborate, only the wealthy could afford it. Today’s SodaStream is sleek and affordable. With a touch of a button you can turn flat water effervescent. Add any of the company’s flavored syrups (regular and diet) and you’ve got homemade soda or seltzer water at a fraction of the cost of store brands (and without high fructose corn syrup). Our bundle includes the Jet soda maker; a refillable CO2 carbonator canister; flavor packs; and two BPA-free carbonating bottles, so there are no bottles or cans to recycle.

We heard about SodaStream from a friend of Jules, Omar Khudari, whose family loves seltzer water but not the environmental impact of all the commercial production and transport. SodaStream is a great way to save time and money and reduce your carbon footprint. There are no batteries, no electricity and no clean-up. No laughing matter.