It's a delicious way to stay hydrated and healthy.
The flavor is light and fresh, not quite as heavy as juice, nor as plain as water.
Like all great ideas, it's basically pretty simple: put some fruit in the bottom, twist, add water in the top, shake. Voila!!
We love these Zingers.
Infusing fruits, vegetables, herbs and other flavor elements into water has its roots in Spanish Cuisine and is commonly referred to as "aguas frescas."
Keep the water and fruit in the fridge, ready to go. The cut fruit will stay reasonably fresh for up to 12 hours. AND, you can get UBER creative with it, using iced green or plain tea instead of water, which really kicks up the antioxidants.
The Zinger people have provided some really cool ideas, too: to your fruit, add some herbs (mint, basil, lavender, cilantro) or spices (vanilla, cinnamon, ginger, pepper) or natural sweeteners such as honey or syrup.
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