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I just tried some and it seems like it's decently carbonated and tastes OK with an added can of apple juice concentrate.
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Last time I had it, it was pretty much carbonated water.
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carbonated (adjective)

  • Containing carbon dioxide gas under pressure, especially pertaining to beverages, as natural mineral water or man-made drinks.
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Water was because it's not carbonated.
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It does, but a very delicious carbonated lemonade!
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Have yet to find any other carbonated lemonade that tops SOLO.
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So often the soda was just the cost of carbonated water
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Do not use bottles that aren't made for carbonated drinks.
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I met him in a swamp down in Dagobah, where it bubbles constantly, like a giant carbonated sooooda, S-O-D-A Soooooda
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Basically what happened is this batch got over carbonated due to a miscalculation of my priming sugar.
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You're from Boston.......curious.....what did you put down as your carbonated liquid choice?
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I think Solo tastes like carbonated lemonade.
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Two things I found that helped reduce my gas almost completely was to start taking probiotics, and to cut out carbonated beverages... or at least during meal time.
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I also say "Coke" for anything carbonated.
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Apparently the biggest "tell" is the fact that all carbonated drinks here are "coke" regardless of actual brands, and we use the term "18-wheeler."
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one of my friends, along with many other people, refer to Dr Pepper as Carbonated Cough Syrup......I for one love Dr Pepper tho......
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I haven't farted in front of my boyfriend yet but I have burped (this is why I hate carbonated drinks, I definitely burp a lot).
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When thrown into water or worse, carbonated soda, which most airlines provide, the little candy chemical block suddenly becomes a noxious gas or an explosive capable of killing someone in one or two rows.
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No milk, carbonated drinks, juices, coffee... etc.
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I also drink a lot of carbonated water, that cures my need for bubbles problem.
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It's naturally carbonated.
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If you've been drinking any carbonated beverages (soda, beer, even champagne), you'll burp up carbon dioxide, and for some reason this is really painful in your nose.
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CARBINATED AND CARBONATED WERE SAVED AS I IS NEXT TO O ON A KEYBOARD.
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When I was in East Texas I heard "Coke" used to refer to any carbonated, sugary beverage.
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I too have never drank a carbonated drink in my life and I truly don't understand why anyone would want to.
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Carbonated iced tea like Arizona is great, you might cough (take that with a grain of salt) and liquids help a lot.
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Dietary information was collected using a food frequency questionnaire that had specific questions about the number of servings of cola and other carbonated beverages and that also made a differentiation between regular, caffeine-free, and diet drinks.
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So basically, carbonated water.
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I have never tried heat-pasteurizing carbonated beverages, frankly it sounds dangerous.
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I recommend making carbonated water with some citrus or cucumber.
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lucozade (orange, the carbonated variety) is the best soda.
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Also, as a packaging engineer there is a reason that carbonated beverages are rarely seen with wide mouth caps.
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- Can rats be given carbonated drinks?
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In Germany, they have a drink called "Apfelschorle" which is basically carbonated apple juice.
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I brought some back to the USA, and once I specifically bought carbonated water and apple juice to make it.
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In moderation, soda is fine... and if you're going to drink a carbonated beverage, why not make it a delicious Pepsi Throwback™?
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When I first tried beer, I thought it tasted like carbonated donkey piss.
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After drinking sodas all my life growing up, I had this expectation that anything carbonated should be sweet.
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The combination of carbonated and bitter made me gag at first.
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I found that if I take one of the cranberry supplement pills every other day and cut out all carbonated and/or sugary beverages that it goes a long way to preventing them.
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This might be anecdotal to me, but anything carbonated (except beer for some reason?
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I get my tasty carbonated beverage without artificial sweetener and I'm drinking water.
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Also, American ale is a little different from traditional English ale, is usually a little crisper and more highly carbonated.
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With my new line of carbonated beverages, no one will ever be thirsty again.
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Sometimes I still drink carbonated drinks (specifically mineralwasser, or occasionally sekt) because I like the taste of the carbonation...but I just have to deal with it later.
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Force carbonated apple juice.
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What's pictures is likely just carbonated apple juice :)
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Being stuck in a lift forever with the entire 'works' of Justin Bieber on repeat and nothing to eat or drink but cream crackers and carbonated water.
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Too much will let the citrus come through, but at 1 or 2 percent, it merely adds a carbonated mouth feel.
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There's a difference between "carbonated" and "carbohydrate", which as a Chrons sufferer you really should educate yourself on.
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