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Re: Pizza

Postby Tomsk » 25 Oct 2011, 13:42

Dear oh dear!
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Re: Pizza

Postby Ice.Maiden » 25 Oct 2011, 16:56

Well like artichokes, drinking lots of water's bound to have an effect on the bladder!
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Re: Pizza

Postby Tomsk » 25 Oct 2011, 18:07

it cleans you out..do you drink boiled water that has cooled?
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Re: Pizza

Postby Ice.Maiden » 25 Oct 2011, 18:10

No. I drink water bottled at its source.
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Re: Pizza

Postby kg » 26 Oct 2011, 00:10


If half of what I've heard about bottled water is true, you might be shocked at its source. :?

One brand of water discussed in this report was sold as "spring water" and its label showed a lake and mountains in the background -- with FDA's explicit blessing. But until recently the water actually came from a periodically contaminated well in an industrial facility's parking lot, near a waste dump (a state whistleblower informed the local media after years of internal struggles, finally putting an end to the use of this source). Another brand of water sold with a label stating it is "pure glacier water" actually came from a public water supply, according to state records. While FDA recently adopted rules intended to curb such practices, those rules include many weak spots and loopholes (including those that allowed the water taken from an industrial-park well to be sold as spring water with a label picturing mountains), and there are very few resources to enforce them.

http://www.nrdc.org/water/drinking/bw/chap1.asp

A lot of shocking information to be found at this site.

http://www.nrdc.org/water/drinking/bw/bwinx.asp
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Re: Pizza

Postby Tomsk » 26 Oct 2011, 15:46

she's got a sauce Glenn!
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Re: Pizza

Postby Ice.Maiden » 26 Oct 2011, 17:50

Thank you Glenn. I've studied lots of those type of tables before, and you're absolutely right. Many people'd be horrified if they knew exactly what was in their bottled drinking water, and on top of that, some of the plastic containers are far from healthy as well!

I drink Buxton water. In 2006, a law was passed to clarify the criteria that mineral, spring and bottlerd waters must meet.

Mineral water must originate from an underground source and from an officially recognised spring. It's bottled at source and naturally free from much of the pollution and microorganisms found in other water, and has a stable composition.

Spring water has to meet the same criteria but can be treated to improve purity and DOESN'T need to be of a stable composition.

Other bottled waters can come from any source, including municiple supplies, and are essentially the same as tap water.

Water filters at the more expensive end of the market work reasonably well, but the only way to rid it on certain poisonous elements is to have a water distiller fitted, which are heavy on electricity to run.

11% of tap water in the UK's treated with chlorine and other chemicals, so I use Buxton water which contains no flouride or silicon and has no added chemicals whatsoever. It comes directly from the St. Ann's spring, up here in the Peak district, and it's filtered naturally as it tumbles from the limestone. This was originally rain water which fell 5000 years ago - way before today's pollution could touch it, so, with the few choices that we have, I consider it to be one of the best.
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Re: Pizza

Postby Tomsk » 29 Oct 2011, 14:15

zzzzzzzzzzzzzz
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Re: Pizza

Postby Ice.Maiden » 31 Oct 2011, 04:11

Oh it's no good trying to educate the ignorant, so you can wake up now! Go and have a pizza.
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Re: Pizza

Postby pilvikki » 01 Nov 2011, 18:50


i'm thinking the only water we have that is 5000 yrs old would be in the glaciers... the rest gets continuously recirculated.
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Re: Pizza

Postby Ice.Maiden » 01 Nov 2011, 20:11

It takes a long time for those underground springs to form - but I have to admit, I was quoting directly from one of our water supplier's website, and so I can't say whether that bit's strictly true or not - but possibly. I went down into some caves in Majorca, and they have underground streams and pools there as well. Some are totally acidic and you couldn't drink it, but others were almost perfect - and, apparently, eons old as well.
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Re: Pizza

Postby pilvikki » 01 Nov 2011, 22:51


ok, not eactly an answer to the question, but interesting on its own:

old water

ok, that was saline water with some added goodies tossed in.

however... it appears i was way off the mark w/fresh water:

just keep digging!
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Re: Pizza

Postby Tomsk » 02 Nov 2011, 14:37

water carry on..
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Re: Pizza

Postby Ice.Maiden » 02 Nov 2011, 16:22

Well that's taught me something as well! Thanks Vikki. I suppose our Peak water could be pure - and very old - after all.

Very clever Tomsk.
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Re: Pizza

Postby Tomsk » 03 Nov 2011, 12:36

hydra to you's all!
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Re: Pizza

Postby Ice.Maiden » 03 Nov 2011, 16:00

Hydra do!
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Re: Pizza

Postby pilvikki » 03 Nov 2011, 16:03


do-do-do...


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Re: Pizza

Postby Ice.Maiden » 03 Nov 2011, 16:07

:lol:
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Re: Pizza

Postby Tomsk » 05 Nov 2011, 13:29

I can't add anything to that..
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Re: Pizza

Postby kg » 05 Nov 2011, 14:15


pilvikki wrote:do-do-do...


:think: No, I won't go there! :whistle:
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