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You can now make actual Coke at home -- in a Keurig

You can now make actual Coke at home -- in a Keurig
You can now make Coke, Diet Coke and more in the new Keurig Kold. (Keurig)

There's homemade fast food, homemade Nutella, and now, homemade Coke.

You can now make unlimited glasses of ice-cold Coke, Diet Coke, Dr. Pepper and Canada Dry in a Keurig Kold. Like the Keurig coffee machine, the Kold is a personal beverage system that makes carbonated drinks, using name-brand flavor pods. 

To make your own Coke, just load a pod into the drinkmaker and push a button. And when the machine dispenses your drink, it's cold.

According to a release for the Keurig Kold, each beverage is dispensed in an eight-ounce portion, and almost all of them will have 100 calories or less.

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In addition to Coca-Cola Co. and Dr. Pepper Snapple products, Keurig will also offer drinks by FLYTE sport drinks, Waterful zero-calorie flavored waters; Red Barn Craft Soda, Flynn's Soda Shop and Tierney's sparkling iced tea.

The soda-making machines are available for sale online, for $369.99. That's $300 more than the SodaStream, another carbonated drink machine, which retails for as little as $50.

The pods, sold in four-count boxes, are priced around $4.49 to $4.99.

I like to drink my soda with vodka and lime. Follow me on Twitter @Jenn_Harris_

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