"In this first phase of the trial, the researchers are testing whether the vaccine, formally known as Alvac-HIV, is safe for use in children..." : :Puke
Uhm...and if it's not...isn't it a little too late....!!!!!!!!! :
I second freezing things to quick heat to eat. Having just recently been pregnant and not wanting to cook very often (that's earth shattering in my house!), I had TONS of frozen things and 'quick prepped' veges. Some days all I did was 'snack' from the pantry until dH would force me to sit down to a hot meal!!
Amy's Vege Pizzas
Black bean burgers (Homemade, LARGE batch. Keep a LONG time)
Frozen whole wheat buns, rolls, breads (and manna-type...
I love!! Cathe's baby cookbook...my 5 year old son LOVES making her french toast! (I help with the heating of it, of course), but he mixes the eggs and dips the bread.
I'm hoping for another cookbook from Cathe myself!
Coconut oil has the best heat point for making popcorn...though butter added later for more flavor is nice, if you like butter! I agree with the sea salt AND I like brewer's yeast on mine...(gives it a cheesy flavor).
Mmm, if you feel it's mold for sure, I'd start over, fresh.
Most molds can be innocuous, but some are really nasty and cause you no end of bad reactions. I'd make sure no plants are near your brewing area and was down the counter tops near the brewing area with a mild bleach solution. You do NOT want mold in your Kombucha....
Are you using organic tea/sugar? You can use some bottled kombucha as a starter, rather than vinegar, if you want to be sure you are not...
That's not big enough. You want it to have gone long enough to form at least a thin layer over then entire top of your container (which should be wide mouthed and glass (just being sure).
If it's still small scobys, the tea may be safe, but will not be bubbly kombucha that will taste all that good.
I'd start a fresh batch, and make sure the brand you bought from the store is a good, fresh one, that will allow enough 'kombucha culture' into your tea to really...
Here is my version of a sprouted wheat tortilla recipe. They are really tasty and if 'steamed' a bit can be folded..otherwise I layer toppings 'tostada' style and eat with a fork.
About half way down that page is the recipe