Fresh Made Seltzer
I love drinking seltzer…just plain bubbly water. Since Thaddeus drinks it too, I’ve suggested for a while that we get one of those home seltzer makers:
How many of you have gotten one of these Soda Stream, CO2 infusers?
Overall, it’s cheaper to make your own seltzer and it saves on plastic…right?
I couldn’t understand why Thaddeus wouldn’t want one of these.
Until I realized he wanted to do it in a more industrial (and cost-savings way).
Yes, with a 5 pound tank of CO2, a regulator, a hose and some special caps that fit soda bottles, we are now making GALLONS of our own Seltzer water. The initial outlay of $164 allowed us to buy all the equipment necessary and fill the tank with CO2. This set-up will last for at least 6 months and then we just need to pay about $10 to refill the tank with CO2.
I imagine we’ll cover the cost of this equipment in less than 2 years of savings on buying seltzer. Plus, we’ll add a lot less plastic to the World.
Making slow, but steady progress on the crochet basket weave blanket/afghan.
I’m also re-making the heel samples for my workshop, but that shouldn’t take too much of my knitting time.
Just didn’t want to go too long without a photo of the most wonderful cat.
Here he is watching us eat lunch today. I’m loving this guy more and more.