Workout: 10 x .35 mile hill climb (jog back; no rest)
Total distance - 8.5 miles (including warmup and cool down)
Time - 1:13
Meg kept yelling out "POWER UP!" to encourage everyone as they ran up the hill. I couldn't get this guy out of my head:
I have been wanting to do this for so long. I buy veggie sushi on campus about once a week, and it costs $6.00 every time I do it. I'm a cheap-o when it comes to food, so I'm always scrutinizing everything I eat at restaurants, figuring out how much it would cost for me to make the dish if I bought all the ingredients at the grocery store. Well, the components of veggie sushi all together cost about $1.50. I definitely can save a little and still have happy sushi time if I just make this at home.
What you need:
Sushi rice (cook 1 cup of rice, then mix in 1 tbsp rice vinegar, 1 tbsp white sugar, and 1/2 tbsp salt--that's how the rice gets sticky)
Nori (seaweed wrappers; look in the international aisle)
Slice up your veggies.
This is a super fun meal to make. It's light on the wallet and the calories, but a good way to get veggies. Plus, you'll finally get to show off your chopsticks skills without having to go gluttonous on some Chinese takeout.