carbonated water

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Synonyms for carbonated water

effervescent beverage artificially charged with carbon dioxide

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IN A quiet hotel bedroom, two men are downing fizzy water, trying to find their cufflinks and watching The Jeremy Kyle Show.
Elderflower Fritters About half a dozen fresh elderflower heads 200g self-raising flour 3 tbsp unrefined golden caster sugar 300ml fizzy water 2 egg whites Vegetable oil, for frying Pick over the elderflower heads to get rid of any critters and divide them into smaller heads, about 10cm across, leaving a bit of stem attached for holding.
Shake, pour over more ice, and top with 1/4 cup fizzy water. Add a dash (about 1/8 tsp.) rose water and stir.
Books don't run out of battery, they don't break, they have a high-contrast ratio, and yes while they get damaged if you dunk them in sugary fizzy water, with a bit of sun they are readable again.
"I don't really like vodka that much but if I'm at a party, I have a small one with a lot of fizzy water and a huge squeeze of lime.
Our Insider spy reveals: "She wants everything from unleavened bread and roast chickens to individual cheesecakes and fizzy water at room temperature.
Try yoghurt, fresh fruit, peppermint tea, honey, oats or porridge, fizzy water, vitamins and brown rice.
My mum used to put lots of sherbet in a real fountain then us ducklings would all dive head-first into the fizzy water.
During the race I told myself: 'Boy, be greedy, it's champagne or fizzy water'," an overwhelmed Frodeno said afterwards.
Others like to have water for fashion to show that they drink fizzy water and it looks good to have a nice expensive bottle on the table while dinning.
My posh and ridiculously expensive Italian fizzy water (Asda) is in my rucksack (Millets), just to emphasise the A/B status which I am still slightly self-conscious about acknowledging.
Alas, times have changed and now I spend all day looking forward to such macho potions as elderflower cordial with fizzy water and a slice of lemon, a drink my esteemed colleague Graham Cunningham of the Evening Standardadvises me against ordering in too loud a voice in the rougher zones of Wigan late on a Friday night.
"Maybe," I urged her, pouring some fizzy water, "just think back..."
Finally, someone has exhibited the courage to unmask the horrors that accompany the drinking of sweet carbohydrates in fizzy water. This has emboldened us to offer up a few other measures for the board's consideration.