Awhile ago she asked me to get my neighbors delicious recipie and it just came in the mail figured the rest of you may also be interested. He uses a natual flavoring he gets that they sell in lhemans and other places cant remember the brand name my favorite is cream soda. For a 1 gallon batch 2 cups local honey, more or less depending on how sweet you like soda 1 half gallon very hot water.Add water into honey, stir to dissolve honey. add flavor extract at this time, 1 tablespoon, again more if you like stronger or less if you like weaker. Or you can add no extract flavor and the honey will provide the flavor of its own. Add 1/8 teaspoon dry champagne yeast, let yeast float on top for awhile. When it absorbs enough moisture it will fall to the bottom. Once that happens stir well,fill with water to the gallon level mark and stir again. Pour into 2 liter plastic soda or water bottles with the screw on caps. You should put 1/2 gallon into each bottle. Store at room temperature 2-3 days when the bottles start to firm up and feel like there is pressure in them refrigerate for 3 more days.It will then be ready to drink with natural carbonation. The extract and champagne yeast are available at a home brewery store;or you can find them on the internet. Now my neighbor bottles his in recycled beer bottles from the recycleing center he found the green ones with wide lips/flanges? around the rim seal better he has a bottle capper like you can order out of lhemans catalog.Hope yor happy Susie M and some of you other folks can use this also.It makes some great carbonated all natural soda.