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  10. So I accidentally drank the residue of soda and water in a cup of water…don’t ask me how but it was the middle of the night and was going for a cup of water. I realized it after I had gulped it down and could taste something weird, but I was too sleepy to do anything about it except spit out the last remaining mouthful. I didn’t die…but was a little worried because that was washing soda, not made for baking, but I only have a headache and had to poo several times. In short I don’t recommend this to drink, even if it is supposed to be mostly water. =-)


  1. […] Why: Baking soda is basic, vinegar is acidic. When you put them together you get mostly water and sodium acetate. But really just mostly water. […]

  2. […] Why: Baking soda is basic, vinegar is acidic. When you put them together you get mostly water and sodium acetate. But really just mostly water. […]

  3. […] point I strayed from the recipe, which called for vinegar instead of water. Here’s why: Crunchy Betty – DIY 101: Baking Soda + Vinegar = Not So Much. (Washing soda is sodium carbonate, not sodium bicarbonate like baking soda, but … […]

  4. […] vinegar and baking soda.  I haven’t been too excited about that recipe ever since I read this article on the Crunchy Betty website that explains that vinegar and baking soda basically neutralize each […]

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