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#294978 - 03/02/20 06:50 PM Storing Soda
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Which is best for long-term storage of soda: cans or plastic bottles?

I looked into alternatives such as a single-serve soda fountain. Even a single-serve residential unit seems too expensive and bulky. I tried Soda Stream, but their syrups are not as good as the name brand sodas. I'm still open to alternatives.

Do I go with can, plastic bottles, or do you know of a good alternative?

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#294980 - 03/02/20 08:37 PM Re: Storing Soda [Re: Jeanette_Isabelle]
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My guess would be glass bottles.

Edit: Thinking of soda sold in glass bottles, like Coca Cola.




Edited by Ren (03/02/20 08:45 PM)

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#294983 - 03/02/20 10:16 PM Re: Storing Soda [Re: Ren]
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Other than a few expensive brands, does any soda come in a class bottle these days?

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#294987 - 03/03/20 10:37 AM Re: Storing Soda [Re: Jeanette_Isabelle]
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Is coca-cola cheap in the USA?
In my country the prize is about 2 US dollar for a half litre bottle. 3.5 US dollar for 2x1.5 litre bottles. I hardly ever drink soda, I would guesstimate a small bottle once a month or so. My favourite is Dr Pepper.

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#294988 - 03/03/20 12:43 PM Re: Storing Soda [Re: Jeanette_Isabelle]
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Why store soda? It is not very beneficial or nutritious. The space required can be easily put to better use.
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#294989 - 03/03/20 12:54 PM Re: Storing Soda [Re: Herman30]
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A person can get a 2 Litter bottle for as little as $1 if it is on sale. That same bottle is still less than $2 when it's not on sale.

When purchasing them in 12-ounce cans, which it looks like I have to do for long-term storage, soda gets slightly more expensive.

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#294990 - 03/03/20 01:03 PM Re: Storing Soda [Re: hikermor]
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Originally Posted By: hikermor
Why store soda? It is not very beneficial or nutritious. The space required can be easily put to better use.

Should I store water instead? Oh, wait, soda already has water in it.

In a survival situation, do you want to drink water with a meal when you are accustomed to drinking iced tea or a soda with a meal?

Jeanette Isabelle
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#294992 - 03/03/20 02:38 PM Re: Storing Soda [Re: Jeanette_Isabelle]
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Water is actually healthier than soda or iced tea. If you must have flavor, go with the iced tea.

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#294993 - 03/03/20 03:15 PM Re: Storing Soda [Re: Janysboy]
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True. Ever since I was a child, I had beverages such as milk, juice, or iced tea with a meal. Even when we were poor, we still had iced tea or something.

In a survival situation, one needs to, as much as possible, maintain what they are accustomed to. Otherwise, a survival situation would be that much more depressing.

Jeanette Isabelle
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#294994 - 03/03/20 05:07 PM Re: Storing Soda [Re: Jeanette_Isabelle]
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But you do realize how an enourmos amount of sugar soda contains?


Edited by Herman30 (03/03/20 05:08 PM)

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