Evil Olive Pizza Bar

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As most of you may know, I have been back on my gym flow for about 6 months now. I’m making slow and steady progress towards my fitness goals.

However, one of the things that I still practice is a cheat day. For instance, my wife brought me some coconut custard pie last night. So when I woke up today at about 530am, I proceeded to walk into the kitchen, and eat the remaining 1/4 of said coconut custard pie. It doesn’t bother me too much, and I know that my body needs it on occasion.

Coconut custard pie is seasonal, you only really see them during the holidays. A few days ago, I walked away from them at the supermarket. I looked at several boxes, and thought back to the times where I have eaten up to 7 boxes in one sitting. Ah, the good old days. But yeah, I walked away.

One of my staples, an absolute favorite item that I enjoy eating anytime of the year is pizza. There is no doubt that I love pizza. So it is only natural that during my monthly open mic event at Capicu, I would allow myself to eat 2 slices of Evil Olive Pizza bar Pizza. Their slices are really good, and I am a very big fan.

Now, as I mentioned before, I love pizza. However, I am a very harsh pizza critic, and if your slices suck, I’ll never eat them again. Portion control, calorie count, and what I put into my body is especially important to me these days. I will not waste any of my allowed cheat days, or calories on crappy food.

This should let you know that if I am eating Evil Olive, every month consistently, that their product is pretty damn good. I don’t go to the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn too often, but when I do, it’s usually for a Capicu show, and that usually means I’m getting me some of this delicious pizza! Check these folks out, you won’t be disappointed!

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Angel Rodriguez

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