This is the terrain I conquered:
I attribute my success immensely to the home made fuel (eaten at regular intervals before I was hungry) + Honey Stinger energy gels. They also had oranges and bananas at the rest stops which were excellent fuel sources as well. Also, my night before routine I did a lot of stretching, took and epsom salt bath and coated my neck and back with Tiger Balm (yum).
So lately, I've been a little into crust-less quiches. My friend, Cassy, knows (and is the one who taught me the skills). Ever since I joined a local CSA(Community Supported Agriculture) I get a lot of veggies and eggs. The most efficient way to use a lot of these ingredients so that they don't go to waste (besides making salads and hard boiled eggs) is quiches. You can put anything in a quiche and it will taste great (well okay maybe not anything). And they are great to eat throughout the week for breakfast and/or lunches.
I call this week's creation "Too many Veggies, not enough Egg". I was on the last 4 of my eggs..but it still worked! This time I also decided to put the veggies in uncooked instead of sauteeing them first and I really like it because they are still crunchy. (asparagus, tomatoes and spring mix lettuce). I think if I'm making a Kale/Chard quiche I will continue to cook those down a bit so I can fit more in the quiche.
|Bon Ape tit!|