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March 17, 2006
English AP
Kool-Aid Essay

How To Make Kool-Aid

There comes a time in everyone’s life when they get sick of drinking regular old water. It’s actually a common occurance that people begin to crave a drink that has more taste to it. They could go out to the store and buy a liter of pop, but its odd brown color and sometimes high price could leave anyone asking for another solution. Kool-Aid is just the solution to this problem.
Making Kool-Aid is actually not only fun but it’s very economical too. Since 1927, Kool-Aid’s price has always been extremely low. The price of a packet of Kool-Aid from grocery stores, food marts, and gas stations is extremely cheap and usually the price doesn’t go above a quarter. Compare that to pop, which sells for over a dollar for a 16oz. bottle!
However, you will need some additional supplies for making Kool-Aid other than the actual Kool-Aid packet which include a two quart pitcher, a long wooden spoon or some other utencil to mix the Kool-Aid, a measuring cup, white sugar, a working faucet or spring water, some ice cubes, and an empty glass. It’s preferable that you do this in the kitchen area because if you spill Kool-Aid on carpet it is a little hard to get it out, and you have the kitchen sink at your disposal.
The first actual step in making Kool-Aid is picking out a flavor. The current flavors of regular Kool-Aid are: Black Cherry (US), Cherry, Grape, Incrediberry, Kickin-Kiwi-Lime, Lemonade, Lemon-Lime, Man-o-Mangoberry, Oh-Yeah Orange-Pineapple, Orange, Pina-Pineapple (US), Pink Lemonade (US), Pink Swimmingo (CAN) (AKA Watermelon-Cherry in the US), Purplesaurus Rex (CANADA only), Raspberry (US), Rock-a-dile Red (CANADA only), Slammin' Strawberry-Kiwi, Strawberry, Strawberry-Raspberry (US), Tropical Punch, Watermelon-Cherry (US) (AKA Pink Swimmingo in Canada). There are also other flavors that are a mixture of two flavors together, you can choose to buy those instead but I recommend trying the classic flavors first. You will need to purchase one of these packets at a grocery store.
The next step is to find a kitchen and gather your ingredients. When you are ready to actually prepare the Kool-Aid, hold the packet in an upright position so that you can read the text. Shake the packet around a little bit to allow the powder to fall to the bottom, avoiding spillage once the packet is opened. You can then carefully tear off the top, make sure to only tear off about and inch and that you are tearing horizontally. Dump the Kool-Aid powder into the empty two quart pitcher. Once all the powder is out of the packet, you may discard it.
Once the powder is in the pitcher, take the sugar and measure out two cups of sugar. Depending on the size of your measuring cup, you may have to fill it a couple of times. For example, if you have a 1 cup measuring cup, then you will need to fill it up twice. If this occurs, you can dump the sugar into the pitcher and fill it up again. Either way, you must end up with two cups of sugar in the pitcher. Also, some people prefer their Kool-Aid sweeter and others prefer it with less sugar. However, everyone is different so it’s best to go with the two cups of sugar since it’s recommended on the Kool-Aid packet.
After the sugar and the Kool-Aid powder are in the pitcher, you must add water. This is a very important step because if done wrong it can mess up the taste. Place the pitcher in your sink and with the faucet right over the pitcher turn the cold water knob. If you are using another source of water, carefully pour it in from its’ source into the pitcher. Make sure you don’t turn the sink on all the way, or the impact of the water and powder will cause the powder to come flying out of the pitcher. Keep the faucet on until your two quart pitcher is filled about half way, then turn it off and remove the pitcher from the sink. Place it onto a table.
At this point, retrieve your long wooden spoon and without letting go of the handle lower it into your pitcher. You must submerge it until you hit the bottom of the pitcher and then stir well. You will observe the powder dissolving. To make sure the sugar is dissolved, keep stirring the contents of the pitcher for about a minute. When the powder and sugar are dissolved, place the pitcher back in the sink and continue filling it as you were before until it comes to the two quart line or about an inch and a half from the very top of the container if the two quart line is absent.
Once you have filled the pitcher to the two quart line, insert the wooden spoon once again. This time, make sure only three quarters of it is submerged in the Kool-Aid. Because the powder and sugar were dissolved earlier, you can stir it more gently this time. It will ensure that the entire mixture tastes the same. If you would like, you can taste test the Kool-Aid by filling a spoon and tasting it. If you feel like it is not sweet enough, add two tablespoons of sugar and stir, then
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Our kitchen at home in Monterrey. That old refrigerator just won't die! This place is rented. On this visit we took advatage of the Euro being so high ($16 for 1 €, when a "fair" exchange rate would be just $10/1€!!) and fixed up the bathroom, which was about 20 years old. A new toilet and sink with cabinet, plus a new kitchen sink faucet and the plumber's work, all for $3,000 (that's Mexican pesos, not dollars), or less than 200 €. Oh, and we also bought a toaster. ;-) Talk about Christmas Sales! :-D We were looking at house prices, and you can buy a decent house for $200,000 (or about 12,000€... Imagine! Buying a house and paying for it in full with one swipe of your credit card!), and a good one for some $750,000 (about 50,000 €). Now that's what houses should cost here in Spain! Not 300,000+ € like they do now! People usually think that the reason for high home prices in Spain is speculation (people buying and selling houses purely as an investment) but comparing homes in Spain with homes in Mexico it becomes pretty obvious that the real culprit is ever stricter building regulations in Spain, where even the most modest home would be considered superluxury by Mexican standards as far as building materials and installations are concerned. In Spain we tend to laugh when we see those "paper houses" in American movies (little more than wooden huts that like to go up in flames), and ask ourselves if American kids are never told the tale of the Three Little Pigs ;-) At the same time we complain that houses here are impossibly expensive to buy. Go figure!

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