Hey Brett - Culture is correct. Colony is a variation that some people say but Len Porzio, who invented the term, says it "Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast": http://www.kombuchakamp.com/2011/03/5-questions-with-len-porzio-kombucha-legend.html
SCOBY-Symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast. I suppose the subjects might want you to get facts straight.
Thanks for a great article.
Hi! I've been juicing for a while now. Made a 14day juicing fast and felt great so I've kept the green juicing as part of my morning routine! I do travel a lot though, I see you travel too, so my question is: did you travel all that way with your breville packed? (I have a breville also! Yay!) if not, how do you make sure the hotel will prepare your juice every morning? Thanx for the great tips!
Want to know why a Charlotte restaurant has never won or been nominated? Go to your favorite place here, then take the short drive to Charleston, find Xiao Bao Biscuit...look around, realize you are in a closed gas station, then order an Okonomiyaki and a Lemongrass Ginger Beer. After one bite, you will have your answer. And you won't ask again.
is the knife and fork still around?
Guaraná is made by Pepsi... What a joke...
Duh, LameBrain...you forgot to put 'flour' in your recipe!
Hi Tricia, thanks for the good read.
Honduras has a lot of great food, but I can always find time to complain about a couple of things: the tacos are definitely an acquired taste…I’ve lived in Honduras for 4 years and still don’t like them. And the chismol is like pico de gallo, but without the jalapenos.
Otherwise, they make a lot of corn tortillas by hand. Those are always good. And Hondurans have their way with flavoring and marinating any chicken, meat, or pork dish that makes you believe you’re having Sunday dinner with su abuela!
this place is the pits
When you say one can do pumpkin, do you mean a large or small?
Wow, this recipe is great! It's fairly quick and easy to prepare with lots of flavor. I also made a spicy batch with a jalapeño tossed in. Thanks - I'm keeping this one!
Hey I live in California now but I always use to go to this hotdog stand in NODA. The guy Carlos is the most humble guy you'll meet. His stories are amazing and the Hot Dogs the best I've ever tasted. Next time I'm in Charlotte I will definitely have some Latin Relish hot dogs!!! This is one of Charlotte's landmarks!!!! Ha.
One of the culinary highlights I'll never forget from my study abroad in Japan was bellying up to a hole in the wall counter in Hiroshima, where as locals know, is the only place to get a "true" okonomiyaki. It was truly delicious in a "I don't know what's in my mouth but I love it" kind of way. And it's much more enjoyable than the traditional Vietnamese yellow pancake Ban xeo, imho. Thanks for highlighting it!
To be more succinct, there is no GABF or BJCP subcategory for Triple IPA. BUT there are a lot of commercial IPAs that call themselves "Triple IPA" - http://www.ratebeer.com/tag/triple-ipa/
Also, IBUs are, as Cam said, International Bittering Units and they really don't correlate to the amount of hops that are used in the brewing process. IBUs indicate the amount of bitterness that is imparted to the beer from the alpha acids in the hops. So you could have a hop variety that has a high percent of alpha acids like Magnum (14% AA) and use LESS of them and still have high IBUs. On the other hand, if you used a hop like Strisselspalt (3% AA) you would have to use pounds of them in order to get the same IBUs you'd get from Magnum.
The calculated IBUs exist regardless of the residual sweetness of the malt bill. So with a high gravity beer like Dogfishhead 120 Minute IPA, the sweetness is higher because there is so much malt and it balances the high bitterness from the hops.
You are correct, humans can't really detect IBU levels above 100 so for beers like Flying Monkey Alpha Fornication, they're really calculated at 2500 IBUs, but it's really silly to hop it up that much because people can't really perceive the difference above 100-120 IBUs.
Really though is world market a hipster qualification???
Awesome article, I will have to check it out ;) Thanks for the heads up!!
Ms. Mastrianni, wake up on the wrong side of the broom this morning?
Be advised that the Cronut (TM) is a trademarked name. Keep the weasel lawyers at bay.
so sorry everyone cant live in an over-priced trendy neighborhood...cotswold has been around for decades and has always been true to itself. realize that some neighborhoods with real history deserve respect and not just the up-and-coming hipster-filled poser neighborhoods. good day to you!
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