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Fermented Strawberry Lemon-aid Soda

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Fermented Strawberry Lemon-aid Soda

Fermented Strawberry Lemon-aid Soda

So I made greek yogurt (get my recipe here), and after straining it I had a ton of whey, that I definitely needed to find something to do with it. I mean how wasteful would it be if I threw it out..

Fermented Strawberry Lemon-aid Soda

I decided to make this Fermented Strawberry Lemon-aid Soda. This fermented soda was surprisingly easy to make, and it tastes delicious.

Fermented Strawberry Lemon-aid Soda

Fermented Strawberry Lemon-aid Soda is a  healthy alternative to bottled sodas. You know exactly what’s going into these, and you don’t have all of the additives of traditional soda.

Fermented Strawberry Lemon-aid Soda

Check out the recipe below and try it out, there are so many fruit varieties you can make with this… I would love to see what you came up with. I used bottles like these here. I was able to get 2 bottles from this recipe.

 

Fermented Strawberry Lemon-aid Soda

Fermented Strawberry Lemon-aid Soda

Ingredients

  • 6 cups water
  • 2 cups of strawberries
  • 1 cup fresh lemon juice
  • 1 cup whey, made from straining your homemade yogurt
  • 1 cup of Splenda

Instructions

  1. Bring water to a boil
  2. Add fruit and sugar
  3. Once boiling, muddle or mash strawberries and lower to a simmer
  4. Allow to simmer 20 to 30 minuites
  5. Remove from heat and strain into a bowl
  6. Add whey and stir
  7. Devide into airtight containers (see above for botteling ideas)
  8. Store at room temperature for 3 to 5 days... (you can leave it up to 10 days) testing the fizziness and flavor after the 3rd day

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Fermented Strawberry Lemon aid Soda

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Sandra Watts

Thursday 19th of January 2017

That sounds interesting.

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