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Pepsi want to carbonate snacks now to give them ‘Fizz’.

In a new ‘inspired’ way to make more megabucks, PepsiCo has decided to carbonate snacks to give them more ‘Fizz’. This news reminded me of a blogpost I saw recently by a lady chef that boggled my mind. I truly believe that Americans and Australians have utterly lost their ability to discern good food, much less enjoy it, and so what seems to happen is this mad scramble for the next confection/food. A real Frankenfood, with the sole advantage that you make it at home rather than buy it from someone like Pepsi….

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By IAN HAMILTON

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