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Is sparkling water vegan?

Sparkling water is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sparkling water?

Sparkling water, also known as carbonated water, is a refreshing and effervescent beverage that is loved for its crisp taste and bubbly texture. It is made by infusing water with carbon dioxide gas, creating tiny bubbles that give the water a sparkling appearance and a pleasant tingling sensation on the tongue. Sparkling water can be enjoyed on its own, or used as a base for a variety of delicious cocktails and mocktails. It is a popular alternative to sugary soda and other carbonated drinks, as it contains no calories or artificial sweeteners. Sparkling water is a versatile and refreshing ingredient that can add a lively touch to any drink or dish.

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