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Home from Afghanistan to find some very interesting science experiments waiting for me.
Yogurt residue grew into a lovely pattern of furriness. Almost makes you want to pet it.
Coffee beans should have been fairly sterile after making coffee, so perhaps the mold there was donor from the yogurt cup.
Whatever was left over in the plastic container seemed to seed a variety of mold types.
A strong dose of bleach and some scrubbing got everything sterile again.
At the COB, Green Beans is a real, but essential, luxury. We started our day with a triple cappuccino expertly served up by the unexpectedly named Robert Rodriquez (perhaps an homage) and felt pretty well taken care of.
As airport coffee makers go, this one is mediocre. The milk handling is excellent and it produced light and even froth, but the coffee flavor is weak.
As I’m spending more time in Guelph lately than expected, it has been a very good thing to discover the Red Brick Cafe. They have good food items and excellent coffee. No overheated milk and they know the difference between a cappuccino and a latte. With the favorable (to the US) exchange rate, it is a great deal too.