Special Foodie Thursday: Water
I don't like it.
It's just a little too warm to contemplate reviewing anything when the news is telling not to leave the house and a trip to the mailbox leaves you a dripping mess. So let's talk water.
I remember that the tap water in NYC when I lived there was absolutely delicious. The water in LA isn't as great, but it's perfectly acceptable (and for Beverly Hills, much better tasting than it was when we used our own. Having its own water kept it separate from Los Angeles, but it also gave companies like Arrowhead a business case for existing.) I have to confess that I buy bottled water (Trader Joe's usually). I tell myself that it's part of my earthquake preparedness kit (I try to keep a case or so and rotate them out), but really, it's just better tasting.
I don't get the whole designer water thing. I don't feel that Evian is so much finer than TJ's finest that I should pop $4 extra a bottle. I don't believe that my water can be all that "smart", or that I need ones with electrolytes.
But on a day like today when it's in the 90's and unusually humid (yes, I know other places have it worse, but I moved away from those other places to avoid this), a really cold water is my favorite thing in the world.
What water if any do you prefer? Let us know in the comments..
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