13 Unusual Uses for Canada Dry Ginger Ale

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Introduction: 13 Unusual Uses for Canada Dry Ginger Ale

In this Instructable I will be showing you some uses for Ginger Ale. To be exact 13 uses. The only thing you will need for this is ginger ale. I hope you enjoy this Instructable. If you have any comments please leave one in the comment section and subscribe.

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Step 1: Stomach Aches

If you have a stomach ache and you want to find a quick cure then ginger ale is for you. Some sodas won't help with your stomach but this will. Just take a sip and you will feel better in no time.

Step 2: Hair Dye

If you want to preserve the dye in your hair you just got then get some flat Canada Dry (no bubbles) and rinse your hair with it once a week. Allow it to sit for 5 minutes then rinse, if you don't rinse then you will have sticky hair.

Step 3: Christmas Tree Preservative

If you have a real live Christmas tree then, first of all you are quite lucky and second of all you can preserve the tree with some Canada Dry. Put 2 cups of Canada Dry in the water that you give the tree. This will help it to be healthier and stronger for a longer period of time.

Step 4: Nails

If you have had the same nail polish on for a while and you want to get rid of any kind of stain left then just follow this quick instruction. Soak your nails in some ginger ale for a period of time and you will get rid of any yellowish stain left from the polish.

Step 5: Christmas Ham

To lower the sodium content in your ham then just cover it in ginger ale and cook it in your roaster for a while. Or you can soak the ham in ginger ale for several hours and remove and cook in water.

Step 6: Tenderize Crock Pot Meat

If you want to tenderize your pot roast and add some flavor to it then just add 1/2 cups of ginger ale to your roast and continue to cook.

Step 7: Gelatin Dessert

If you want to add a zing to your gelatin dessert or you just don't want to use cold water. Then just use ginger ale instead of cold water in your gelatin recipe.

Step 8: Stains

You can use a cup of fresh ginger ale to remove stains that have not set in yet. Pour a cup of ginger ale on the stain and scrub as you usually would and allow it to sit for a few moments. Then rinse it off. This is not recommended to starch white carpets.

Step 9: Sore Throat

To soothe a sore throat heat up some ginger ale to concentrate it and drink it slowly.

Step 10: Soothe a Cold

If you have a cold then drink some lemonade and ginger ale. Ginger and lemon both have sinus clearing properties.

Step 11: Carrot

If you want to create a nice glaze for your carrots then just add some ginger ale. It will add that extra flavor you are looking for.

Step 12: Heart Burn

If you drink some ginger ale you can quickly cure your heartburn. Just take a few swigs and you should feel better. Because ginger ale has real ginger in it, it is a good substitute for ginger tea.

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    DonCenzo
    DonCenzo

    4 years ago

    When I grew up in Detroit, we did this Vernor's Ginger Ale! Besides doing all these same things it tasted way better than Canada Dry! Haven't had a Vernor's? You haven't lived! Next time you're in Michigan get some. Also, try our favorite summer drink - A Boston Cooler - 2 scoops of STROH's vanilla ice cream in 8 ounces of icey cold Vernors! To attempt this with Canada Dry is to court the grim reaper! Hah!

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    MarieCanada
    MarieCanada

    Reply 2 years ago

    Canada Dry is not what it used to be. Ever since Dr. Pepper bought them, it hasn't been half as good as it used to be. I grew up on Canada Dry Ginger Ale and it actually said "ginger extract" in the ingredients. Nowadays, ginger ale don't even have any ginger in them; even when they advertise that the drink is made from "real ginger", it's only "natural flavour", which means that it's a minute amount, and that includes Vernor's. As for the Boston cooler, we used to use Canada Dry to make a vanilla floater. I have never had a Vernor's because it never made it much out of Michigan. Canada Dry has made it around the world but I really don't know what anyone find good in any of those pops of today. They are not even the real thing anymore.

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    Street-Wise Irish
    Street-Wise Irish

    Reply 4 years ago

    Hey, where I live we only have Canada Dry. So don't be talking about my Canada Dry that way, lol jk. Thanks for the heads up, now I want some Vernor's and a Boston cooler, thanks, I can't get any down here : (
    ; )
    : )

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    DonCenzo
    DonCenzo

    Reply 4 years ago

    Just so you know... People in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana, say "You know that someone's from Detroit when they can chug a Vernor's without blowing any out of their nose!"
    Seems like it takes some time to get used to the intense fizz that bursts forth from a freshly poured bottle of Vernor's. But without that superfizz the Boston Cooler wouldn't be possible.
    How fizzy is it? Rumor has it that a single Mentos dropped into a Vernor's will initiate cold fusion!
    Truly hope you get to try a Boston Cooler someday!
    They are the BOMB!

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    Sandy Surface
    Sandy Surface

    4 years ago

    Canada Dry Ginger Ale is my blood! I'd hate to waste it on my hair or getting stains out of my clothes!

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    supermccool10
    supermccool10

    Reply 4 years ago

    Ginger Ale is so awesome! 0_0

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    Street-Wise Irish
    Street-Wise Irish

    Reply 4 years ago

    It's life bruh ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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    DanielleF12
    DanielleF12

    4 years ago

    The ginger also helps relieve menstrual camps!

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    Street-Wise Irish
    Street-Wise Irish

    Reply 4 years ago

    Well that is certainly good to know, although I think I could have gone in life without talking about menstrual cramps again. Lol jk, thanks for the advice DanielleF12

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    Street-Wise Irish
    Street-Wise Irish

    4 years ago

    If you like this project then please vote for it in the Three Ingredient Challenge

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    ReverendN
    ReverendN

    4 years ago

    And you already know ? what you can do with the bottle!

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    rafununu
    rafununu

    Reply 4 years ago

    Are you talking from experience ?

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    Street-Wise Irish
    Street-Wise Irish

    Reply 4 years ago

    How exactly would I know these things otherwise rafununu ?

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    TheCraftMaster419
    TheCraftMaster419

    4 years ago

    Wow Great tips! I will definelty use these! :)

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    Street-Wise Irish
    Street-Wise Irish

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thanks.That was my hope!!!

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    Street-Wise Irish
    Street-Wise Irish

    4 years ago

    I'm pretty sure what you are implying ReverendN, and I don't know how to respond ...

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    Street-Wise Irish
    Street-Wise Irish

    4 years ago

    I believe it will work with all ginger ale PilotOfTheFuture, and ginger ale is my favorite too !

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    Street-Wise Irish
    Street-Wise Irish

    4 years ago

    Yeah, amazing what you can do with Ginger Ale right ?

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    Vacuum man
    Vacuum man

    4 years ago

    Nice Christmas tree.