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Swimming has been wonderful! The sun is back out, but the water is still cool from two weeks of rain. One night when I climbed out of the water the guards asked, "How far did you swim, Mrs. Graham?" "Thirty-two 50s," I answered. "If you had done three more you would have had a mile," said the guard. "Wait a minute," I said. "Thirty-two 50s is 1600, and that IS a mile." "1600 meters is a mile," said the guard, "our pool is 50 yards long. You were 160 yards short." So, now I have a new goal - thirty-six 50s.
Ever since Rachel blogged about sushi nori, I have wanted to try it. I've also been looking at recipes beneficial for Type A, and have found miso often listed as an ingredient. I decided it was time to see if there was an Asian market nearby. The first thing I noticed was freezer after freezer of fish. I will have to go back with my "Food and Beverage" list and see if they have any of the beneficial fish I've not found elsewhere.
Sushi nori is 100% roasted seaweed, a Type O beneficial. I filled it with tuna and black eyed peas. I guess I had expected either a soft texture like a wrap or a crunchy texture like a taco. It wasn't either. It was very thin, but tough and hard to bite through. I liked the taste. I can't remember eating a sandwich since last July, so it was great to hold it in my hand and eat it from one end to the other. Rachel, if you are laughing at me because I was supposed to do something to it to make it less tough before I ate it, please let me know.
Last night was the best zucchini I've ever fixed. I poured olive oil in a skillet, enough for a generous coating, but not a deep puddle. I added an ounce or two of water and four sliced zucchini. I sprinkled Italian seasoning generously over it all. As soon as it started to bubble, I turned the heat back and let it cook slowly.
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