Today, we give you the science behind what's going on inside soda cans.
I keep hearing about how diet soda is bad for you.
Chow down salty chips or pretzels, and soon you'll be guzzling your favorite drink. But snacking on sugary foods makes you thirsty, too.
All those little bubbles are popping on my tongue, and it makes that fizzy tingling you feel.
There's an art to creating the perfect ice cream soda. You start with just two ingredients-ice cream and soda-you end up with three-ice cream, soda, and foam.
Does it matter whether your calories come from solid food or liquid? A calorie is a calorie right?
"Soda", "pop", or "cola." There's a lot of science behind the fizz no matter what we call our beloved drink.
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