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Windows 7: Why does thIs water taste so good?

20 Mar 2012   #41
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22 Mar 2012   #42

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omg you hijacked my thread >;( find ur own lol now please tell me how i can brew some more water like that
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22 Mar 2012   #43
mickey megabyte

ultimate 64 sp1

you could try taking some tap water, boiling it in the tea maker thingy and then Putting some in a cup and putting in in the refrigerator.

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22 Mar 2012   #44


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mickey megabyte View Post
i'm lucky enough to have well water where i live.

whenever i drink tap water elsewhere it tastes yucky - must be the chlorine, fluorine and other government mind-control stuff in there...i always feel like conforming and buying more consumer products when i drink it...

although thinking about it a bit more, who knows what's in the well water??
Living up north, and close to the lake district, the water is soft here, so I'm used to it. Went to London the other weekend for my girlfriend's birthday and had a glass of water there and you could really taste the difference. Though drinking tap water in London, at least 3 people have drank it before me.
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22 Mar 2012   #45

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I live out in the county district were i live and it taste better then at my ants house were she lives out by city part of town and for some reseaon i find water from the hose to taste even better so odd lol love pouring some water on my head and drinking from the hose in the hot summers
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22 Mar 2012   #46

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Stonecutter View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sibbil View Post
Don't think boiling distilled it. Distilled would be recovering and condensing the water vapor produced from the heating process. What's left in the pot are the impurities that were in the water to begin with.

But, just by heating that water, you do remove dissolved gasses that could contribute to the unappealing taste you usually experience...

But cold beer really is better for you. Very refreshing.
Yup that's why. Tap water usually tastes bad because of added chlorine and/or natural sulfur dioxide. Boiling forces these gases out of the water and so it tastes better afterwards. Agitation also works, so you could use a blender and get the same effect.

As for distilling, it is a waste of time unless you add malted grain, sugar and yeast. Allow it to ferment and then distill this liquid at least twice. The yields usige brea (water of life) which is pronounced whiskey bray ah. ��
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26 Mar 2012   #47

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My dog loves drinking from the toilet!

Why does toilet water taste so good?
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26 Mar 2012   #48

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-Bit

It wouldn't be a shih tzu by any chance?

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26 Mar 2012   #49

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No.. she's just a worthless mutt! Picked her up at a no kill animal shelter. She was puppy. Cute little dog you have!

Pets and Pals - Non-profit Animal Shelter - Lathrop Stockton CA for Dog Canine Cat Feline
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26 Mar 2012   #50

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-Bit

I don't have a dog!

The reason I posted it was the fact that you mentioned toilet water.

I don't know how you pronounce shih tzu on your side of the pond, but over here we pronounce it as shitzu - hence the connection with toilet water.
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