Unusual Uses for Canada Dry

Ginger Ale is not only a great mixer and drinks loved by lots of folks but an excellent remedy for many things around your home and body. Here are some unique uses for Canadian Dry Ginger Ale.

Ginger Ale Uses

1. Use it for tummy aches. Soothe an Upset Stomach: As mentioned before, the ginger in Canadian Dry is excellent for settling an upset stomach. Whether you have overdone it at a party or are suffering from morning sickness, just a few sips of this fizzy drink will have your tummy behaving in no time.

2. Use flat Canada Dry in place of cold water in gelatin desserts. It will add an extra zing to it. It tastes best in lemon or lime.

3. Help prevent stains by quickly soaking a stain in Canada Dry Ginger ale.

4. If you just dyed your hair and are looking for ways to keep the colour from fading, try rinse of flat Canada Dry Ginger ale once a week. Make sure to rinse out after allowing you to sit for 5 minutes, or you will end up with a sticky head of hair!

Make a Cocktail: If you want a tasty way to jazz up your favourite liquor, look no further than ginger ale. Whether making a Moscow Mule or a Dark and Stormy, ginger ale is the perfect way to add some pizzazz to your drink. And if you want to keep it non-alcoholic, mixing some ginger ale with fruit juice makes for a delicious mocktail.

Soothing Morning Sickness
If you are pregnant, then you know all about morning sickness. For some women, it is a minor annoyance that goes away after the first trimester. But for others, it can be debilitating and last nine months. When nothing else seems to help, reach for the ginger ale. The ginger will help settle your stomach and allow you to get on with your day. Just be sure to check with your doctor before self-medicating with ginger ale or any other remedy.

 5.  Soothe a sore throat with a warm Canadian Dry Ginger Ale. Like most people, you probably have a bottle of Canadian dry ginger ale in your pantry. All you need to do is heat it. You can do this by microwaving it for  30 seconds or heating it on the stove over low heat until it is warm to the touch. Don’t get it too hot! Once it is heated, honey can be added to taste. Just remember to drink it slowly, so you don’t burn your throat.

 6.  Remove stains that have not been set by pouring a freshly opened cup of Canada Dry Ginger Ale on the spot and allow to sit for a few moments. Pour a small amount of the ginger ale directly onto the stain and let it to sit for a few moments. Scrub the area as you usually would. The carbonation in the ginger ale will help to break up the stain and make it easier to remove. This method is only effective for stains that are not set

7.  Add some Canada Dry Ginger Ale to your Christmas Tree this year. Add about 2 cups to the water you use, which will feed your tree with ginger properties and sugar content, keeping it healthier-looking and longer. The ginger and sugar content in ginger ale will help keep your tree healthy and looking its best. Plus, adding ginger ale to your tree’s water will help keep it fresher for longer.

 8. Add ½ cup of  Canada Dry Ginger Ale to that roast in your crock pot to tenderize it even further. Slow cooker roasts are a delicious and easy way to get a hearty meal on the table with minimal effort. . The natural ginger in Canada Dry Ginger Ale will tenderize your roast and add an extra dimension of flavour.

9. To soothe a cold, try drinking lemonade and ginger ale together. Ginger and lemon both have some sinus-clearing properties.

10. Whiten your nails after having polish on them for weeks. Just soak your nails in flat Canada Dry Ginger Ale to make them lovely and bright again and help eliminate the ugly yellowing from wearing certain shades of polish. Simply soak your nails in the ginger ale for about 10 minutes. The ginger ale will help to break down the stains and eliminate the yellowing. After 10 minutes, remove your nails from the ginger ale and rinse them with warm water. Your nails will be noticeably whiter and brighter!

11. Add some ginger ale to your carrots when you want to glaze them. It will add that extra something you are looking for.

It is best to make the glaze while the carrots are blanching. To make the glaze, simply combine 1/4 cup of brown sugar, 1/4 cup of apple cider vinegar, 1/2 cup of ginger ale, and 1/4 teaspoon of salt in a saucepan over medium heat. Stir until the sugar has dissolved, and then remove from heat.

 12.  If you are cooking a Christmas ham, you can de-salt or lower your meat’s sodium content by soaking it in Canada Dry Ginger Ale. Cover it with some ginger ale and cook it right in your roaster this way or soak it for several hours, remove it, and cook it in water.

Soaking your ham in Canada Dry Ginger Ale before cooking it is an easy and effective way to reduce its sodium content without sacrificing flavour. Try this method for a delicious and healthy Christmas feast that everyone will enjoy this holiday season!

13. Swig some Canada Dry Ginger Ale to help curb heartburn. Because Canada Dry has real ginger, it is a good substitute for ginger tea for this use.

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