smitten kitchen's crackly banana bread recipe was revisited, millet now on hand. Heed orangecane's words I did not, for the guideline was tampered with. Scaling the ingredients to accommodate five bananas (instead of the original three) meant 1.67 eggs, yet I tossed in two, along with the remainder of my walnuts. And 20 g of molasses. And 75% less brown sugar. And omitted the maple syrup. Whoops.
Sober February has officially ended, which means craft beer is permitted once again. That said, my abstinence was, in fact, due to persevering sickness and not a resolutioner-esque challenge at all.
The upper level featured weights and training equipment, for both genders, and two more studios: one for co-ed classes and the other seemingly exclusive for elite training. Office desks with computers were occasionally spotted throughout the space as well, likely positioned as such for the immediate conversion of potential members.
20-20-20 was a compact yet solid series of aerobic step exercise, elevated if desired, then strength training employing weights, and lastly core conditioning.
Anti-Gravity, oftentimes referred to as Aerial Yoga, was conducted with flowy fabric hammocks. More of a recuperative healing activity than form of toning, the class consisted of gentle swings, "flying" and "nesting" positions, and the infamous inversion (which I was heavily unfond of). The session started late due to a trio of misinformed attendees, but finished promptly on time.
Eventually, an order of Chicken & Beef Shawarma was placed, in which Paramount rice/french fries were replaced with Fattoush Salad at an additional cost of $2.99. It was at this moment that we learned the Erin Mills outpost did not fall within one of the "participating locations", therefore voiding the voucher's promotion.
Thankfully, our order was compiled with swiftness. Adorning our platter of charred, supple meat were two white sauces at opposite ends of the consistency spectrum: a runny garlic and a very viscous tahini. Underneath was a soft round of naan; pickled radish and sliced red onions accompanied the medley.