Whether for an upcoming family gathering, or holiday, or just for your everyday convenience and benefits, this tip is one of those you'll use forever once you see how well it works.
You likely have this "secret ingredient" in your kitchen already but may not have realized how great a secret weapon it can be in your quest to make the best salads, sauces, cookies, cakes and more.. and keep them fresh longer as well.
Many people don't know they can -- or haven't thought about -- using Willard's Water for things beyond just drinking the diluted solution in water. There are more ways to “get WW into you” than just drinking it.
Some people even mix Kool-Aid or Lemonade with Willard's Water. This is a great way to get children to drink it, who might otherwise be put off by the color of the mixed product or who hem & haw at the idea of drinking something that isn't sweet.
But... for more adult tastes, there are some good uses, too. Are you a coffee drinker? Thankfully, the concentrate is incredibly heat stable and can survive being boiled in your coffee maker. Many think that the resulting coffee is much smoother and less acidic than what they formerly made for themselves, and easier on their stomachs as a result.
Similarly, the CAW micelle (the active ingredient in WW) is very resistant to damage from cold, and making ice cubes with it isn't a half bad idea. Pretty much anytime you're adding water to anything, Willard's Water will probably offer some benefit, or at least do no harm. Making a protein shake? Add Willard's.
And its uses go beyond just drinks. What about baking? You usually use water or some type of liquid when making baked goods.
Many report that their bread comes out lighter and better tasting when the water they use has the concentrate added. And that bread, and other baked goods made with WW, will stay fresh longer and have a “fuller flavor” when Willard's Water is used in them -- at least if it works for you as it has for so many others over many years. It doesn't have a different taste just a fuller taste is how most people describe it. An "enhanced" flavor might also describe it.
Ditto for everything from white sauce, to your favorite cake, cookies, and more… again, WW doesn’t change the taste it just enhances it, while, as I said, keeping all those goodies fresh longer.
Ditto for salads.. People tell us the items in their salads stay fresh longer, if they wash them in WW, and/or spray the salad with WW after making it.
Truly, some people say they regard the uses for WW in cooking and baking and making tea and coffee and ice cubes, and who knows what else, as one of their favorite reasons for having it always on hand in their household.