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How to make homemade soda using fresh ingredients

We Americans are addicted to our sugary drinks. In fact, according to the Center for Disease COntrol and Prevention, half of us consume one everyday. Now you can easily make your own healthy, all natural soda.

"Top Chefs Masters" Chef Sang Yoon creates his own soda using fresh fruit. He says the first step is to take you fresh fruit and sweeteners and make a syrup. Puree the fruit in the blender with just a little bit of water and a sweeter of your choice.

Next add the syrup to a glass of water with ice, add carbonated water, stir and there you have it.

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