If you don't like the taste of your tap water try this. Pour some into an open container and place it in the fridge. In an hour or two a lot of chemicals will evaporate out of it, leaving better tasting cold water ready to drink. I put my water in Starbucks cups (the ones with straws) with the lid off, then screw on the lid and off I go - I have three large cups that I rotate - one for morning, one for afternoon and one for evening - that's 9 cups of water ready to go and easy to monitor.
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Bottled water is so expensive. The tap water is safe to drink in almost all areas of the country. (Check the government reports on your local water tests). I keep a jug of tap water in the refrigerator so it's always cold and I use lots of ice. I always carry a refillable plastic bottle of ice water whenever I step foot out of the house. Water is included with our rent, so I'm saving "buckets" of money by drinking tap water instead of bottled water.
I add a splash of lemon or lime juice for flavor most of the time.
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