Want to make your homemade pancakes and waffles fluffier? To enjoy a restaurant-quality breakfast, simply replace liquids used in the recipe with club soda.
Need to prepare a lot of raw oysters by hand before the big buffet? Dunking your oysters in club soda before shucking will make your oysters easier to open.
In the home and around the garden, club soda is great for removing all kinds of stains from your clothes and carpet, adding valuable minerals to your outdoor green plants, restoring your chlorine-colored hair, and adding shine back to your precious gems.
Though club soda is commonly used for mixing with liquor to create cocktails, club soda can also be consumed with bitters to relieve an upset stomach.
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