The Daily GLOB: Adam's Rib Co., Brain strengthening, Hipp Cinema film, Brewpub roundup, Healthy smoothies, About sugar substitutes, Awesome deviled eggs

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Volume 8, Day 76, Tuesday, December 9, 2018
 
 
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With regard to the article about Making Yogurt at Home, I have two issues.  1)  The author recommends heating the milk "until it steams"..  This is way too arbitrary (especially if you are making the yogurt from raw milk).  I recommend using a double boiler (to avoid  burn on) and heat to a temperature of 165 F, then cool down to 98-100 F...prior to inoculating with the starter.  Heat treatment accomplished 2 things... it kills harmful pathogens and also  modifies the proteins in the milk to obtain a better gel or body/texture in the yogurt.  2)  The author recommends using yogurt as a starter.  Problem here is that, depending upon the age of the yogurt, the microorganisms may not be that active (or may not even be there).  Also, sugars and flavors are possible inhibitors to the growth of the bacteria.  I recommend obtaining a starter culture from a reputable supplier (see. www.newenglandcheesemaking.com) and follow their instructions on how to grow your own active starter.. You don't want to have just sour slop which doesn't have the correct bacteria ..

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The Daily GLOB

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Happy Tuesday!

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GLOBmaster2017Good morning GLOBers and Happy National Apricot Day.  Did you know the apricot tree emerged in China more than 4,000 years ago and eventually made its way across Asia to the Mediterranean. Centuries later, Spanish explorers introduced the apricot to the New World and planted the trees all over the west coast.  Well were you aware of yhe fact that Epicurious.com Apricot, Cherry, and Graham Cracker Crumble recipe, image above,looks amazing and needing only a scoop of vanilla ice cream for the ultimate Apricot dessert.

 

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STRENGTHENING YOUR BRAIN: The High Springs Branch Library is partnering with the University of Florida McKnight Brain Institute to present Strengthening Your Brain this evening at 6 pm in the the High Springs Branch Library. Dr. Meredith Wicklund, Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurology, will share how you can become more active in exercising your brain. She will discuss practical tips to increase brain power and slow age related memory loss. FOLLOW THIS LINK for more information

 

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THELMA: Tonight at 8:00 the Hipp Cinema presents Thelma. Thelma has recently been accepted to attend university in Oslo and her new higher education is at odds with her parent’s ultra-conservative religious beliefs and upbringing.  After being struck with a seizure in the school library, for which doctors have no clear explanation, Thelma begins to experience equally baffling, possibly supernatural events. FOLLOW THIS LINK for more information

 

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GAINESVILLE BREW PUB ROUNDUP:

zzGLOBbullet First Magnitude Trivia Night: Brainiac Triivia each Tuesday starting at 6:50 on 1220 SE Veitch St. Free to play, with great prizes to be won in categories such as history, geography, sports, arts and literature, science, and much, much more

zzGLOBbullet Blackadder TAP IT  Tuesday: Each Tuesday at 618-A NW 60th St the Blackadder Brewing Co.  taps a special beer that can be paired with one a Cilantro Tacos massa creations.

zzGLOBbullet Swamphead Taco Tuesday: Partnering with Gainesville icon burrito and taco company, Cilantro Tacos, to bring you tacos each and every Tuesday, 4:00, at Swamphead Brewery  Brewery, 3650 SW 42nd Ave.

 

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What's for lunch GLOBers?  Where are we getting our apricot fix today?   Hmmm . . . a nice helping of sun dried apricots would make the perfect brown bag lunch dessert . . .  Tel me where you will be and I will bring all the GLOB's News For Your Eatification you can consume fresh and ready to enjoy . .  .

 

Today in the GLOB!

Adam's Rib Co.

The Adam's Rib 2-rib lunch special has a lot do with lunch hour happiness. Two of Adam Brewer's GIANT, tasty, fall-off-the-bone pork ribs will soothe the most savage carnivores. - READ MORE

Making smoothies super healthy

The One Green Planet website presents five easy ways to take your smoothie to the next level health and taste wise with recipes from the OGP Food Monster App.  - READ MORE

Regarding your sugar substitute

While there are many different kinds of sugar-based sweeteners that are marketed as healthy alternatives to white sugar and high-fructose corn syrup, they don't necessarily live up to the hype.  - READ MORE

 

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BEAUTIFUL DEVILED EGGS:  Genevieve Morrisonis a deviled egg creationist.  "My very favorite thing is to throw cocktail parties for my friends and serve them extra fancy deviled eggs."

 

DAILY GLOB LUNCH QUOTE OF THE DAY:

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If you're still hungry and need a good lunch idea FOLLOW THIS LINK to Gainesville's Lunch Out Blog Instagram page.  This is where the GLOB's Image Editor Erica Corbett takes great pleasure in sharing amazingly looking, deliciously yummy images of what we are thinking about, contemplating seriously, and eventually eating for lunch in the Urban GLOB.

Have a totally tubular Tuesday lunch GLOBers and I will see ya right here tomorrow morning.

Mike Sanford, GLOB Editor

email me: misanford@gatorglob.com

 
 
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