I started a batch of SP on 7/25. The yeast slurry was from a 1 gal batch of apple made from organic juice. I was a little concerned by the low volume of lees left by the apple, so I added 1 1/2 cups of juice and about 2 tbs of sugar to the slurry. This was done on 7/23 and it seemed to get a good start with the added juice. As noted above, I added the apple slurry on 7/25 and had slow but steady fermentation late on 7/26. I was quite surprised on Wednesday when I opened it up to check the SG. As you can see, it had developed a "head" of foam that is about 3" thick. I had let it get to a little lower SG than the recipe suggests, 1.036, but I think that will be OK. The picture below was actually taken this morning before I left for work. So now my question; per the recipe, I am due to rack to a carboy tonight. Do I just need to push the foam to the side or remove it? I just don't want to screw up what looks like a good batch of SP.