It has been a while since I blogged about my home made lunches. Today, I feel compelled to blog about my lunch because my sister outdid hereself this time. Home made onigiri!
|Wrapped up nicely too with instructions. Just tear down the red line and pull outwards on both sides.|
|Oishi des ne!|
For any average income worker, saving some money by not eating out for lunch could amount to quite a bit of savings and it is actually meaningful.
Imagine someone with a gross income of $2.5k a month saving $3 daily for 20 days a month. That is $60 or 2.4% of his gross monthly income! Hey, don't laugh, some traders would run for the hills after making 2.4% on their punts in the stock market!
Some things, we should not try but this is one thing I think is worth trying. Bring your own lunch to work. If you don't try, you won't know. Trust me, it is a good money saving habit.
7 money habits of AK71's.
As per Chu's request for recipes, I got these from the catalog at BetterWorldBooks:
Healthy & Tasty Sushi Rolls and Onigiri
Fun and Fancy Sushi: Nigiri-Zushi, Onigiri and Maki-Zushi for Every Day and Parties