Law Office of Elliott Kanter APC - June 2019

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The Law Offices of Elliott Kanter APC 2445 Fifth Ave. #350 San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 231-1883

INSIDE THIS ISSUE

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DID WHEAT SHAPE HUMANITY? REVIEWING “SAPIENS”

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TAKE A BREAK FROM YOUR SMARTPHONE

100 DEADLY DAYS OF SUMMER

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BLT DOGS

ARE YOU DEFENDED AGAINST CYBER CRIMES?

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MAKE THE ULTIMATE SUMMER TREAT

COOL FOR THE SUMMER

There’s nothing like an icy treat to cool down with on a hot summer day. But ice cream and store-bought popsicles tend to be full of processed sugar and artificial flavors. Beat the heat with a homemade treat instead! Here are some tips for creating the perfect homemade popsicles. • Invest in a popsicle mold. You can make popsicles with ice cube trays or paper cups, but an inexpensive popsicle mold can completely change the aesthetic of your popsicles, making them even more fun and delicious. • Use a pastry bag or freezer bag with a corner cut off to easily fill popsicle molds without making a mess. • When filling the molds, leave a 1/4 inch of space at the top. The mixture will expand when it freezes.

HEALTHY SUMMERTIME POPSICLES

• If your popsicle mold comes with a snap-on lid, leave the lid unsealed. Opening the lid when the molds are frozen can crack the brittle plastic. • Turn your freezer to the coldest setting and put your molds at the back of the freezer. The quicker your popsicles freeze, the creamier they will be because fewer ice crystals will form. • When you’re ready to eat your popsicles, carefully run the molds under warm water until they loosen. Gently wiggle the popsicle back and forth until it easily slides free. • Store uneaten popsicles in airtight freezer bags to prevent freezer burn. Ready to get started? Use the above tips to mix up the delicious guilt-free popsicle recipe below.

INGREDIENTS • 2 cups berries • 2 tbsp honey • 2 cups plain Greek yogurt

DIRECTIONS 1. Blend berries in a food processor or blender until nearly liquified. Feel free to use your favorite kind of berry for this recipe. Blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, and blackberries all work great! 2. Pour berry mixture into large bowl. Stir in honey, and then gently mix in yogurt. 3. Pour mixture into molds and freeze for 4–6 hours. 4. Enjoy with your family on a hot summer day!

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