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 How to Change from Full Strength to Reduced Calorie Soft Drinks?

Answer Are you interested in switching from full strength soft drinks to a non-calorie version? While the latter drink has no calories, it isn't necessarily healthier (water is the healthiest drink) but i... Read More »
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How to Make Reduced Calorie Sweetened Condensed Milk?

Sweetened Condensed MilkHere's a recipe that allows you to make your own sweetened condensed milk using Splenda. The recipe was adapted from an old Microwave Times recipes and makes enough for one ... Read More »
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Soft drinks from Mcdonalds... are they not 'real'?

"bottled" and "fountain" versions of name brand soft drinks might differ slightly in formulationat minimum, the mixture ratios and carbonation are tightly controlled at the bottling plant and very ... Read More »
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Where did the term"soft drinks"come from?

The term "soft drink" is used to indicate that a cold drink is alcohol-free, in contrast to "hard" mixed drinks that contain liquor. The term originated early in the 20th century and may have gaine... Read More »
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Low-Calorie Mixed Drinks?

You don't have to worry that your evening cocktail will blow your diet; you can cut many calories with some careful choices in mixes. Most distilled alcohol contains from 60 to 80 calories per ounc... Read More »
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