How to make CO2 or, more to the point, carbonated water. I used some empty soda bottles and bits left over from installing an inline filter on my icemaker. The rest I picked up at the hardware store. plastic tubing (icemaker tubing)a 1.5L soda bottleone or more 500 mL soda bottlesan inline valve for 1/4" plastic tubingtwo 1/4" authentic chanel handbags; tube to 3/8" M adapterstwo 3/8" F couplersTeflon tapeactive dry yeastsugarI wandered around the hardware store with the various pieces, trying different combinations until I came up with something that would work. You don't have to use these exact pieces. No warranties expressed or implied. For educational purposes only. Safety goggles may be required during use. Some belching may occur.
Fill the 1.5L bottle halfway with warm water. Add sugar and yeast. Proportions aren't critical. I used roughly a cup of sugar and a tablespoon of yeast. It'll take hours for the CO2 to build up to a decent pressure authentic chanel handbags. The bottle will eventually expand and become firm. Note: There's a chance that the connecting tube will leak or pop apart. If you leave the bottle too long, it could explode. Both of these are potentially very messy.
Just for fun, I calculated the "carbon footprint" of this thing. Each 16oz bottle I fill contains approximately 2.5g of CO2. My car releases roughly 270g of CO2 per mile. The nearest store is 1 mile (2 mile round trip) from my house. So, the carbon footprint of driving to the store to buy soda is equivalent to filling (270x2/2.5) 216 bottles.
Also, 200g of sugar plus 15g of yeast (costing about $1.20) seems to produce enough CO2 to fill about 20 16oz bottles. The same amount of club soda would cost about $10 at the store.
So, for me at least, it works out to 12% the cost and 0.5% the carbon footprint, which isn't too bad as long as you don't mind the extra work.
Did this to make plain carbonated water (I love carbonated water, but it's so difficult to find and expensive, at least in the states). Used corn syrup instead of sugar. Note that unless you do something more than what the instructions say (and something more than I did), the resulting water will be /slightly/ funky from the yeast/alcohol/sugar/whatever mix. Not enough to make me not want to drink it, but enough to make me go "how did any of that make it from this bottle to this bottle?" I suppose the ethanol can vaporize to bother me.
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