How to make sushi.

Long time now see!

I’m sorry it’s been a while since my last post. I have had so much to do, like competing, training, eating and sleeping.. You know, the usual..

But a few weeks ago I managed to lose my phone on the screen of my macbook and it’s been getting “work done” since. So after my mac has gotten the “facelift” it needed, we’re back and better looking than ever.

If you follow me on instagram – @sondreboe, you might have been a part of the question if my next post should me how to make sushi, or overnight oats. Sushi won with 51% so let’s just get right into it!


Sushi isn’t only very delicious, but also sooo good for you! I obviously make mine without fish, so I get in all of those delicious veggies. The seaweed itself tho.. That’s the king of nutrients here. Seaweed is much more nutrient dense than any land vegetables. It is an excellent source of micronutrients including folate, calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron, and selenium. More importantly, seaweed is a great source of iodine. Iodine is something we don’t get into are diet in a natural way, so that’s why it’s so good to have some seaweed every now and then.


For this recipe I used:

  1. Avokado
  2. Paprika
  3. Mango
  4. Cucumber
  5. Green onion
  6. Black beans
  7. Rice, with rice vinegar
  8. Sundried tomatos
  9. Seaweed.


You wanna start by cooking up your desired amount of rice, and cut your veggies into thin, long slices.

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When your rice is cooked, you put a little (about two Tblsp of rice vinegar) and mix it in.

Then you lay the seaweed, shiny side down (I think) on this roller thing you see on the picture. You can get this at any normal gorcery stores.

You put the rice on 2/3 of the seaweed and build it up with the filling how I’ve shown on this picture.

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When you start rolling it up you wanna make sure you go fast over all of your filling, and press it all together. When you you get to where there’s no more rice, you put some water on the seaweed without rice and continue rolling. When your roll is finished you press it all together one more time, and then cut it up to the pieces you want.

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I suggest serving it with Soy sauce and ginger (what a revolutionary combo)!

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If you make this at home, I’d love to see it on Instagram. If you have a suggestion for what I can give you guys in a recipe next, let me know!!


-Sondre x