Cold water would often satisfy my craving for juice. Would likely also satisfy cravings for soft drinks. Can even add a splash of vanilla extract, OJ, lemon juice, or some other flavoring. This should add very little, almost no calories or sugar to the water.Water!
Good Q. Don't know the answer to this. But I just read that China has become the largest exporter of stevia in recent years. Don't know if the US is getting any of its stevia from China tho... it was discovered more than 3 years, China was using prison labor in the making of stevia products. And then we also have that stoopid trade war.I was heretofore unaware of this product.
I found a bit of info about it, and a big question has emerged for me.
This Stevia sweetener. Apparently it is derived from plants abundant in Brazil and Paraguay.
Do you know whether its viability (and availability) is threatened by the catastrophic fires down there?
It will become cheaper I think than buying fizzy drinks!The refill container are expensive, it an exchange around $18. I stop using mine SodaStream after a while.
I have one because my wife likes fizzy water and was importing so many crates of glass bottles of Perrier that my back was getting sore carrying them from the garage. Works great.
You will miss it like crazy for a few weeks, then you'll simply get accustomed and stop missing it, that's it, is a small price to pay for a healthy habit.but do you still miss it? do you sit and eat your meal with water thinking "soda would do nicer?"
You're on the East Coast, correct? Out here in the West, I usually pick it up at Sprouts or Whole Foods Market. Quite often, I'll find it on sale for $3.99 a six pack. Also available at Target and Walmart.I'm a Zevia fan and drink about five to ten a year. It takes a bit of work to find it though.
It's at Whole Foods here but we don't go there often. Our regular grocer carries it but it's $5.29 for a six-pack. We don't go to WalMart or Target very often.You're on the East Coast, correct? Out here in the West, I usually pick it up at Sprouts or Whole Foods Market. Quite often, I'll find it on sale for $3.99 a six pack. Also available at Target and Walmart.
Might be best if you could find a variety pack. I really only like 2 of the 5 flavors. How about you, mov dqa?sad that you cant buy that Zevia stuff nowhere in Europe. i found some on amazon uk but not all of them. i want the variety pack to test them all
You can't do diet? Maybe try sparkling waters.
1 cappu in the morning perfectly ok, man. coffee helps daily bowl movement then green tea........actually any tea will do me but prefer green tea, super-duper comfortable w/ n lucky it's super-duper healthy......................I love matcha, green tea, and kombucha. I never drink sodas, but cappuccinos are a problem.
My favorites are orange and grapefruit.@movdqa
Might be best if you could find a variety pack. I really only like 2 of the 5 flavors. How about you, mov dqa?
Another option is Blue Sky Soda. They have 2 product lines: Cane Sugar is one and Zero Sugar is the other. The Zero Sugar flavors use both erythritol and stevia. Have not yet had a chance to try them so I can't tell you if I like the taste of these
Guess I was mistaken about how many soda flavors Zevia makes. Thought it was 5 or 6 flavors. Looks like there are actually 14 different soda flavors. Here is a page that rates most of those flavors. Also good info on erythritol and caffeine levels (3 flavors with caffeine).My favorites are orange and grapefruit.
But I also like, cola, ginger ale, and their version of Dr Pepper.
Just realized that this taste review discusses erythritol. However, it appears that Zevia sodas do not currently contain sugar alcohol. At least the ones that I drink, do not. But I do recall just a few years back when they did contain erythritol. The review is from 7+ years ago. Disclaimer: not sure if there is much taste difference between the old erythritol formulation and the current formulation for the Zevia sodas@acintya
Guess I was mistaken about how many soda flavors Zevia makes. Thought it was 5 or 6 flavors. Looks like there are actually 14 different soda flavors. Here is a page that rates most of those flavors. Also good info on erythritol and caffeine levels (3 flavors with caffeine).