I'm forever blowing bubbles... and wishing I wasn't
June 30, 2008 3:36 AM Subscribe
How do I reduce the amount of bubbles in soft drinks?.... um, you might call them sodas or pop or aerated beverages....
posted by taff to food & drink (24 answers total)
Heavens to Betsy, the morning sickness!
I'm finding myself with nothing to drink most of the time. I really want ever-so-lightly aerated soda water. I've no idea what that is called in your country.... it's basically fizzy water but isn't mineral water. You used to be able to make it in soda siphons. Maybe you do call it soda water in your country. I have no idea. God, I'm rambling. Sorry.
So... if I'm out and about and want to buy a small bottle of bubbly drink, how do I reduce the bubbles to almost nothing? If I'm in a cafe and don't have the bottle/lid... just a glass of said noxious gaseous fluid, how do I reduce the bubbles significantly.
And if I'm ever well enough to drink it with absolutely no bubbles, how do I remove all bubbles?
The quicker the solution is, the better.
Sorry if this is obvious... but I had no idea how to google this.... I promise I tried. And yes, I did do physics at school... .but that seemed to be largely about trucks and brick walls... more than bubbles. Thank you in advance possums!
p.s. if any of you want to suggest beverages for the heavily morning sicknessed, I'm desperate to hear those also. Bearing in mind, if it's a brand name... I'm in Australia... and I don't do caffeine.