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The Best of Instructables Volume I by The editors at MAKE magazine and Instructables.com

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How to Make Carbonated Fruit

Add sparkle (and burp factor) to your fruity snacks with dry ice By Noah Weinstein

Using dry ice, cut-up fruit, and a strong plastic bottle you can make carbonated fruit. It’s refreshing, bubbly, and totally unique.

Many thanks to Instructables user Argon (www.instructables.com/member/argon) for coming up with this idea and giving me tips on how to make it.

Caution: Dry ice must never come in contact with the skin or any other living tissue.

1. Materials

To make carbonated fruit you only need to gather a few things:

image Fruit— When making carbonated fruit it’s best to use firm fruits, like oranges, apples, and pears. ...

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