Pig Kazari Maki Sushi How-to

1. Mix 1½ tbsp fish powder with 300 g sushi rice. Spread 20 g rice on one 1/6 nori sheet. Roll into a cylinder. Cut the cylinder into 2 halves for the eyes.

2. Connect one half-sheet nori and one piece of 1/4 nori sheet with a few pieces of rice grains. Spread 100 g rice on nori, leaving 6 cm empty at both ends.

3. Place 20 g rice in the centre. Put the two eye-pieces on its adjacent sides. Spread 20 g rice each on the other side of the eyes.

4. Use one 1/4 nori sheet to wrap a piece of fish cake to form the nose. Put it on the centre of the heap of rice in the last step.

5. Spread 80 g rice to cover the nose and the eyes. Roll up the nori to form the head.

6. Roll and shape two rolls with 1/6 nori sheet and 20 g rice each to form the ears.

7. Cut head and ear rolls into individual pieces of same thickness. Assemble the ears to the head. Cut two small nori pieces to form the nostrils. Squeeze two drops of mayonnaise on the face to finish.

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Bar Bell Exercises 6

Exercises for Shoulders

Upright Row

Military Press – Seated

Military Press – Standing

Military Press – Standing (Behind Neck)

Front Deltoid Raise – to Vertical

Rear Deltoid Raise – Prone

Push Press

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Physical Fitness May Reduce Hypertension Risk in People with Family History

If your parents have a history of high blood pressure , you can significantly reduce your risk of developing the disease with moderate exercise and increased cardiovascular fitness , according to new research in the American Heart Association’s journal Hypertension.

In a study of more than 6,000 people, those who had a parent with high blood pressure but were highly fit had a 34 percent lower risk of developing high blood pressure themselves, compared to those with a low-fitness level who had the same parental history.

Researchers found that:

  • Combining those with and without a family history of high blood pressure, high levels of fitness were associated with a 42 percent lower risk of developing hypertension, and moderate levels of fitness with a 26 percent lower risk.
  • People with both a low level of fitness and a parent with hypertension had a 70 percent higher risk for developing hypertension compared with highly fit people with no parental history.
  • Those with a high level of fitness and a parent with hypertension experienced only a 16 percent higher risk of developing hypertension compared to those who were fit and had no parental history.

The findings support the American Heart Association’s recommendations of moderately intense physical activity, such as brisk walking, for 30 minutes or longer at least five days a week.


Grilled Shrimp


1 lb large shrimp, deveined
1/4 cup basil leaves, finely sliced


1/3 cup fresh lime juice
3 tbsp olive oil
1 tbsp mustard
1 tbsp honey
2 tsp lime zest
3 cloves garlic, finely minced


  1. Whisk marinade and pour over shrimp. Cover and marinate for about 1 hour in the refrigerator.
  2. Spray grill with olive oil. Skewer shrimp and grill approximately 2 minutes per side.
  3. Serve over a bed of potato and yam strings (see recipe below).

Potato and Yam Strings


2 russet potatoes
2 yams
vegetable oil
seasoning salt


  1. Wash and peel potatoes and yams. Julienne into thin strips. Place potatoes in cold water until ready to fry.
  2. Remove from cold water and dry on paper towels.
  3. Cover the bottom of a deep-fry pan with oil and heat. When oil is hot, fry potatoes and yam until golden. Season while hot with your favourite seasoning salt.
  4. Serve immediately or place in oven on cookie sheet until ready to serve.

Source: Style Manitoba

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