5 Ways to Recycle Better

| October 3rd, 2014 |

5 Ways to Recycle Better

Recycling is an important part of creating a better world. It may seem insignificant, but recycling every day will really make a difference. Recycling technology has been rapidly advancing and, in fact, you have more options than ever.

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Play It Your Way: The SodaStream Play Machine

| September 26th, 2014 |

SodaStream has once again partnered with Yves Behar, world-renowned designer and social entrepreneur, to create the SodaStream Play home carbonation system. They re-examined the interface, shape, and material selection of the SodaStream system, redefining the way it is used.

 

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Fall Decor Ideas for Your Kitchen

| September 19th, 2014 |
Fall Candles

Fall is upon us, and what better to embrace this wonderful season than decorating your kitchen?

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4 SodaStream Drink Recipes for Calorie Counters

| September 12th, 2014 |
Tart and Tiny

The end of summer is a great time to focus on health and wellness. Being healthy does’t mean you have to compromise on delicious beverages. If anything, you deserve a refreshing and tasty drink after an exhausting trip to the gym or jog through the park! Treat yourself and stay fit by selecting the right ingredients for your beverages. 

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5 Cool Homemade Popsicle Recipes

| September 5th, 2014 |
rb float pops
We may be gearing up for the fall season but there is still time to enjoy one of summer’s best treats: the popsicle. Popsicles are fun and easy to make at home. All you need are the ingredients, a small plastic cup or mold, and a freezer. Oh, and of course, the popsicle sticks to hold on to! 
 
Below are 5 great do-it-yourself popsicle recipes complete with my recommended SodaStream pairings for a refreshing finish after a delicious treat.
1. Pear Lime Pops

​1 15-ounce can sliced pears or pear halves
1/4 cup limeade concentrate, thawed
2 teaspoons finely grated lime zest
Beverage pairing: SodaStream Black Current Pear
 
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