carbonated water

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car·bon·at·ed wa·ter

, carbonic water
water that contains a considerable amount of carbonic acid in solution.
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If you're a fan of club soda or sparkling water, know that a glass of a fizzy water is the same as the flat stuff in terms of meeting your recommended fluid intake.
Sparkling water, also known as carbonated water, soda water, seltzer water, or fizzy water, is water that has been artificially carbonated.
"At the time, it was believed there were medicinal benefits to the fizzy water, and the methodist church had a large following, so people were looking for an alternative to the 'demon drink', all of which made the aerated water quite popular," said Lindsay.
On the bill, her meal of good chicken pieces (not nuggets), rice, broccoli and fresh-tasting peas came to PS1.87, with a large bottle of fizzy water (PS1.08) taking the price up to PS2.95.
Now, visitors to Tiger Hornsby, Quayside, Newcastle, will be able to raising a glass to HRH Princess Charlotte of Cambridge -- although Rachael will be sticking to fizzy water for the time being.
Sparkling water, also known as carbonated water, soda, seltzer water, and fizzy water, is water into which carbon dioxide is mixed under pressure, resulting in effervescence in the water.
Your final cost for plain fizzy water is about 25C per liter.
If you are going to drink, try sticking to a refreshing dry white wine spritzer (less alcohol and fewer calories) and alternate your alcoholic drink with water, low calorie soft drinks or unsweetened fruit juice mixed with fizzy water. If you do want to indulge in cocktail hour with your friends, you could go for the good oldfashioned Screwdriver (vodka and unsweetened orange juice) or a Cosmopolitan.
"I have C[O.sub.2] cartridges at home and make my own fizzy water (seltzer) and then add about 1-2 ounces of 100 percent juice, or even lime juice or cut-up fruit.