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Guest Recipe: Ginger Limeade

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Sparkling Ginger Limeade (serves 4)

4 Cups Sparkling Water
1/2 Cup Freshly Squeezed Lime Juice (about 5-6 limes)
1/2 Cup Superfine Sugar
1/2 Teaspoon Fresh Ginger, finely grated/minced (or jarred minced ginger if you don'??t have fresh)

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In a pitcher, whisk together all the ingredients until the sugar dissolves. Add lime slices for garnish. Serve over ice.

Momologie Tips
* Use a lime or lemon press to quickly squeeze every drop of juice out of a lime. This is one kitchen doodad that'??ll get tons of use!
* Spike It: Use this recipe as the base for a cocktail by replacing the sparkling water with eight ounces of gin (makes 4 drinks). For an added touch, run a lime wedge around the rim of your glass and dip it in sugar.
* Ginger keeps for a long time in the freezer. Peel whatever fresh ginger is left and then freeze in a freezer bag or container. It'??s also very easy to grate when it'??s frozen.

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