Delicious Homemade Ginger Ale
You know, there was a time where I thought that a diet soda was the be-all to ending my thirst. I loved it in a tall glass with loads of ice, and a slice of lemon. But, I also drank it straight from the can, too. I wasn't very fussy. I cannot remember when I had my last diet beverage, but I think it has to have been more than ten years ago.
My best friends are water and sparkling water. But, let's face it, sometimes, it spells B-O-R-I-NG. Even when you serve it in a goblet, come on, you know that it is still the same water, cool, clear, water.
With summer temps so high and the humidity even higher, quenching my thirst has been a major goal to accomplish. So, last night, I think I fell into the fountain of brilliance. And it was so easy to make, and so delicious, that I had to make this delicious "Ginger Ale" it twice in a few hours.
You'll need your juicer for this. I always fall victim to info-mericals, so, yes, I have the Jack LaLanne model. It is my second one...my first one, which was well used, died last summer, so I got another one.
How to Make your own GINGER ALE!
Juice a one inch piece of fresh ginger, along with one Granny Smith Apple. You should get about 3-4 ounces of liquid.
Put it in a 12 ounce glass. Add sparkling water to the top.
And that is how you make your own ginger ale.
This is a quenching beverage and will also help to ease the ills from a queezy stomach.
Aside from the deliciousness, you will also save a bundle of moolah. And, no more excess bottles to recycle!