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My husband's involvement and attraction towards me was fading away. It was only a matter a time before he would ask for a divorce. Even though I knew it would happen soon I was in a state of shock when the moment finally arrived.
I did what I could to cope with it all. I derived a �what's wrong with us� list. Then followed it up with a �how to improve� list. I gone through episodes where I pleaded with my husband, tried to talk him out of it, cried while bluntly begging and other usual responses and tactics from someone who doesn't want a divorce. We tried counseling without success. In desperation, I suggested a trial separation hoping that he misses me and things would go back to normal.
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There is something about sushi that is just sexy. It could be just because it makes a great date to go get sushi (very chic) or maybe it is the way the soft flesh feels in between your lips. If you are a vegan you can still enjoy the taste and flavor of sushi with this delicious and flavorful recipe. We suggest it!
- 1 1/3 Cups short-grain brown rice
- 2 Cups plus 2 teaspoons water
- 4 Teaspoons soy sauce
- 4 Tablespoons seasoned rice vinegar
- 2 Teaspoon wasabi powder
- 4 (8 1/4- by 7 1/4-inch) sheets roasted nori** (dried laver - or seaweed)
- 1 Kirby cucumber, peeled, seeded, and cut into 1/16-inch-thick matchsticks
- 1 Carrot, cut into 1/16-inch-thick matchsticks
- 1 Firm-ripe small California avocado
- 1 1/2 oz Radish sprouts, roots trimmed
- Rinse rice well and bring to a boil with 2 cups water and 2 teaspoons soy sauce, then reduce heat to very low and simmer, tightly covered, until water is absorbed, about 40 minutes.
- Remove from heat and let rice stand, covered, 10 minutes.
- While rice is standing, stir together vinegar and remaining 2 teaspoons soy sauce.
- Transfer rice to a wide nonmetal bowl (preferably wood, ceramic, or glass) and sprinkle with vinegar mixture, tossing gently with a large spoon to combine.
- Cool rice, tossing occasionally, about 15 minutes.
- Stir together wasabi and remaining two teaspoons of water to form a stiff paste. Let stand at least 15 minutes (to allow flavors to develop).
- Place sushi mat if you have one on a work surface with slats running crosswise.
- Arrange 1 sheet nori, shiny side down, on mat, lining up a long edge of sheet with edge of mat nearest you.
- Using damp fingers, gently about a quarter of the rice onto nori in 1 layer, leaving a 1 3/4-inch border on side farthest from you.
- Arrange half of cucumber in an even strip horizontally across rice, starting 1 inch from side nearest you. (You may need to cut pieces to fit from side to side.)
- Arrange half of carrot just above cucumber in same manner.
- Peel avocado half and cut lengthwise into thin slices, then arrange half of slices just above carrot in same manner.
- Repeat with radish sprouts, letting some sprout tops extend beyond edge.
- Beginning with edge nearest you, lift mat up with your thumbs, holding filling in place with your fingers, and fold mat over filling so that upper and lower edges of rice meet, then squeeze gently but firmly along length of roll, tugging edge of mat farthest from you to tighten.
- Open mat and roll log forward to seal with nori border. (Moisture from rice will seal roll.)
- Transfer roll, seam side down, to a cutting board.
- Make three more logs in the same manner, then cut each log crosswise into 6 pieces with a wet thin-bladed knife.
- Serve with wasabi paste, soy sauce, and ginger.
As a starter, we recommend the vegan miso soup.
As a side dish, we recommend the Asian greens.
As a dessert, we recommend the ginger creme brulee.
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