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French Soda Kombucha

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A French Soda taste like liquid creamsicles – and that’s according to Bon Appétit, and we would conquer. Soda has been around longer than most people think: the method of infusing water with carbon dioxide was invented in 1767 by Joseph Priestly. The first modern soda-pop was Dr Pepper, invented by Charles Aderton in 1885.
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Vegan Hot Chocolate

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  Eating a vegan diet is both the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products, and an associated philosophy that rejects the treatment of farming animals for food. Being a vegan is clearly more of a lifestyle choice and a philosophy than a diet, writes Christian at Medical News Today.  He also writes that
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Cooling Down with a Mojito Beverage

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Mojito is a traditional alcoholic beverage of Cuba, the Highball. The drink consists of white rum, sugar cane juice, lime juice, sparkling water, and mint, or as it is called in Spanish, yerba buena. Actually the drink gets its name from the type of mint used, which is mojito. Mojito (the herb) is a native plant to Cuba, and
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Hibiscus – An Elixir From The Tropics

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The hibiscus is native to tropical regions of the world, though to pinpoint its exact origin, is unknown. The plant will grow in some arid regions, like California. In the USA, the hibiscus grows well in Florida, and Hawaii. It is the national flower in the Republic of Haiti, and is the flower of the Hindu goddess
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Blackberry Mojito Tea Lemonade

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This is a very hot 2014 summer. If you found a refreshing drink to cool you down great. But if your still looking we have an idea, Blackberry Mojito Tea Lemonade. Teavana is screaming at the top of their lungs, “Shake up your summer iced tea.” Of course you do that by making fresh lemonade and
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Easy Homemade Cappuccino

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— This article is an update from a prior article posted April. 23, 2014. The following article is more in depth with added images— There’s nothing quite like a freshly made cappuccino to go with breakfast. However, buying one from a commercial coffee shop is not the same as creating an authentic cup at home.
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Coffee Beans – Finding You’re Favorite Coffee

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  Big bold image of coffee beans and coffee being poured into a cup. Oh boy, can you smell the aroma filling your senses? We really love coffee here at Splendid Recipes, and contrary to popular belief, coffee is actually good for you. Link here – Coffee Benefits – to read 3 articles we have
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Coffee-Grinding Tips and Facts

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  The debate over whole beans versus ground beans will probably never be resolved. Here are some tips and facts about various kinds of grinds and the best use of each, and the pros and cons to using whole beans and using ground coffee. 1. Whole Beans – Pros and Cons Whole coffee beans hold
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Wonderful Beverages From Mexico

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Splendid Recipes and More (SRandM) present’s another post with Norma our guest blog speaker on the Tastes of Mexico. If you missed the last three conversations with Norma link here and scroll to Speaker Norma spoke May. 4-8, 2014 on the Tastes of Mexico. Today Norma is going to present some great beverages from Mexico.
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