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December 30 is National Baking Soda Day

Posted on December 30, 2014

Here are today’s five thing to know about Soda:

  1. Drinkable carbonated water was first produced in 1767 by J.B. Priestley.
  2. Jacob Schweppes began producing carbonated water commercially in 1783.
  3. The first soda pop was marketed in the U.S. in 1807.
  4. Carbonation results from releasing pressurized carbon dioxide in liquids.
  5. Sometimes sodium or potassium salts are added to produce specific tastes.

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Today’s Pinterest Board : Foodimentary

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Today’s Food History

  • 1781 John Turberville Needham died. He was an English naturalist, and one of those who believed in the spontaneous generation of life. He boiled some mutton broth, sealed it in glass containers and when he found living organisms present after a few days, he believed they came from nonliving matter. He was wrong – boiling does not destroy all bacterial and fungal spores.
  • 1817 The first coffee is planted in Hawaii.
  • 1851 Asa Griggs Candler was born. In 1887, Asa Candler (1851-1929) a wholesale druggist, purchased the formula for Coca-Cola from John S. Pemberton an Atlanta pharmacist for $ 2,300. He sold the company in 1919 for $25 million.
  • 1982 A second full moon occurred during the month ( a ‘blue moon’). What makes this one even more unusual was that it was also a total lunar eclipse in the U.S. (A ‘blue moon’ occurs once every 2.7 years)
  • 2003 The FDA banned the use of ‘downer’ cattle from the human food supply, due to ‘Mad Cow’ fears.

December 30 is National Baking Soda Day

Posted on December 30, 2013

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National Bicarbonate of Soda Day

Five Food Finds about Carbonation

  • Drinkable carbonated water was first produced in 1767 by J.B. Priestley.
  • Jacob Schweppes began producing carbonated water commercially in 1783.
  • The first soda pop was marketed in the U.S. in 1807.
  • Carbonation results from releasing pressurized carbon dioxide in liquids.
  • Sometimes sodium or potassium salts are added to produce specific tastes.
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Today’s Food History

1781 John Turberville Needham died. He was an English naturalist, and one of those who believed in the spontaneous generation of life. He boiled some mutton broth, sealed it in glass containers and when he found living organisms present after a few days, he believed they came from nonliving matter. He was wrong – boiling does not destroy all bacterial and fungal spores.

1817 The first coffee is planted in Hawaii.

1851 Asa Griggs Candler was born. In 1887, Asa Candler (1851-1929) a wholesale druggist, purchased the formula for Coca-Cola from John S. Pemberton an Atlanta pharmacist for $ 2,300. He sold the company in 1919 for $25 million.

1982 A second full moon occurred during the month ( a ‘blue moon’). What makes this one even more unusual was that it was also a total lunar eclipse in the U.S. (A ‘blue moon’ occurs once every 2.7 years)

2003 The FDA banned the use of ‘downer’ cattle from the human food supply, due to ‘Mad Cow’ fears.

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December 30 – National Bicarbonate of Soda Day

Posted on December 30, 2012

baking soda

National Bicarbonate of Soda Day

Five Food Finds about Carbonation

  • Drinkable carbonated water was first produced in 1767 by J.B. Priestley.
  • Jacob Schweppes began producing carbonated water commercially in 1783.
  • The first soda pop was marketed in the U.S. in 1807.
  • Carbonation results from releasing pressurized carbon dioxide in liquids.
  • Sometimes sodium or potassium salts are added to produce specific tastes.
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Today’s Food History

1781 John Turberville Needham died. He was an English naturalist, and one of those who believed in the spontaneous generation of life. He boiled some mutton broth, sealed it in glass containers and when he found living organisms present after a few days, he believed they came from nonliving matter. He was wrong – boiling does not destroy all bacterial and fungal spores.

1817 The first coffee is planted in Hawaii.

1851 Asa Griggs Candler was born. In 1887, Asa Candler (1851-1929) a wholesale druggist, purchased the formula for Coca-Cola from John S. Pemberton an Atlanta pharmacist for $ 2,300. He sold the company in 1919 for $25 million.

1982 A second full moon occurred during the month ( a ‘blue moon’). What makes this one even more unusual was that it was also a total lunar eclipse in the U.S. (A ‘blue moon’ occurs once every 2.7 years)

2003 The FDA banned the use of ‘downer’ cattle from the human food supply, due to ‘Mad Cow’ fears.

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