Club soda is water that's carbonated by injecting it with carbon dioxide gas, or CO, then infused with added minerals. Minerals commonly added to club soda include: potassium sulfate.
Club soda is similar to sparkling water because it also has some minerals. However, the biggest difference between the two is that manufacturers add carbonation and minerals after the fact. They don't occur naturally in club soda like they do in sparkling water.
Club Soda. Club soda is water that has been carbonated and contains added sodium ingredients like table salt, sodium bicarbonate, or potassium bicarbonate. The type and amount of sodium additive differ for each bottle or producer. Club soda is a popular mixer for alcoholic beverages.
You can use either sparkling water or club soda interchangeably to make any of these drinks. We use the term “soda water” in our recipes to mean seltzer, but club soda is so similar that you can use it as a substitute.
Seltzer is just plain ol' water, carbonated with added carbon dioxide. ... Club soda is also carbonated with carbon dioxide, but unlike seltzer, it has the addition of potassium bicarbonate and potassium sulfate in the water.
To make your club soda, combine 1 pint of water, baking soda and salt in a soda stream bottle, cap, shake well. Remove cap and Carbonate according to the directions on your machine. Re-Cap until needed.
You can also use club soda as a substitute for baking soda.
Our conclusion: Club soda and seltzer can be used interchangeably in recipes, while sparkling mineral water is better for drinking.
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To make sparkling water at home, you only need water and carbon dioxide gas. You may use a soda maker, seltzer bottle, or any DIY carbonation system to carbonate your regular water and make it bubbly and more fun to drink.
To make soda in a SodaStream machine, you need to carbonate the water and then add flavoring. Start by removing the plastic cap from the carbonator that comes with your machine. Then, insert the carbonator into the back of your soda machine and screw the top of the canister into the top.
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Apr 17, 2014