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Zatarain's Root Beer Extract

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Does anyone know where I can get Zatarain's Root Beer Extract in the Dallas/Fort Worth area?

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  1. Nope but you can go here: http://shop.zatarains.com/zatarains%C...

    I grew up on that stuff. I love it.

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    1. re: mrsfury

      I'm curious what people use this stuff for. I had some root beer glazed chicken once that used it, which was not something I'd recreate. Do people use it in cooking or is it just for making beverages?

      1. re: mrsfury

        Zatarain's Root Beer Extract: $2.00 + Shipping: $7.77 = Total: $9.77 is a little expensive. That's why I'm looking locally.

        1. re: speyerer

          Gotcha. I thought maybe you were going to get a case.

          1. re: mrsfury

            Nope, we needed a little bit of extract for a a Medifast Root Beer Float. We have been on a diet. Down 50# since the beginning of the year.
            Hope to see you on our next visit.

            1. re: speyerer

              Hey great job! You know where to find me speyerer!

              1. re: speyerer

                How do you make it? How does the medifast diet work?

                1. re: paprkutr

                  Any diet controlled program will result in weight loss. The diet is portion control with adherence to a specific diet plan. We are very satisfied with the program we used.
                  Here's the recipe:

                  Root Beer Float
                  Serves: 1

                  Ingredients:

                  • 1 packet Medifast® Vanilla Supplement

                  • 6-8 ounces cold water

                  • 3 ounces diet root beer

                  • 2-3 ice cubes

                  • ¼ - ½ teaspoon root beer extract

                  Method:
                  1. Place ice cubes, water and diet soda in a blender.
                  2. Add the extract and Medifast supplement to blender,.
                  3. Mix for 10-15 seconds or until most of the ice cubes are crushed.