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    Dry ice is just carbon dioxide. I've used it (and made it) hundreds of times and there is no odor. It will bubble a ton as it sublimes and it will neutralize base. I had a co-worker who used to make his own Coke by mixing syrup and water in a 2-L bottle and dumping a few chunks of dry ice into it before screwing the cap on and storing in the fridge in the evening. The next morning, he would drink it. It tasted just like store bought Coke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    Dry ice is just carbon dioxide. I've used it (and made it) hundreds of times and there is no odor. It will bubble a ton as it sublimes and it will neutralize base. I had a co-worker who used to make his own Coke by mixing syrup and water in a 2-L bottle and dumping a few chunks of dry ice into it before screwing the cap on and storing in the fridge in the evening. The next morning, he would drink it. It tasted just like store bought Coke.
    Mmmmm, carbonated chicken stock cola...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    Mmmmm, carbonated chicken stock cola...
    Yup. Just remember to screw the cap on tight. It needs to be pressurized. Oh, don't put too much dry ice in there, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    Yup. Just remember to screw the cap on tight. It needs to be pressurized. Oh, don't put too much dry ice in there, lol.

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