Ginger ale and other light carbonated drinks have traditionally been prescribed as cures for an upset stomach and indigestion. And we're sure that kids who are prescribed this cure don't mind the delicious, ziny carbonation of ginger ale, either, when they take it in to soothe their bellies.
But with all that we now know about all the bad, fake ingredients that go into soda, don't you get a little worried about how these pseudochemicals are affecting your kid? Put worries of ingesting too much high fructose corn syrup aside by simply making your own ginger ale.
This week, Tracy Hepler shows you how to create delicious natural ginger ale in your own kitchen by using organic ingredients and a little elbow grease.
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