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Thank you for the information. I love sushi
I love sushi!
Try it in Japan
I've eaten sushi and sashimi for over 20 years. Americans have skewed what the difference is, as they have done also with the idea of Buddhism and more. Our laws for food service in the USA have made hash of several distinctions.
Freshly thawed from frozen, soaked in milk or other solutions, and more have made it tough for someone used to Japanese trained distinctions. Thank you for the article, but it is indeed culturally based (of course).
Thanks for sharing
Interesting read. i don't do sushi. old dogs, new tricks and all.
Thanks for this great information! I love sushi and now I can order with knowledge!!
You didn't mention Inari. My dad loves Inari.
good info thanks
And let’s hear it for avocado...way better than that icky pink sauce or dragon rolls crusted with unknown fried flskes of something . That’s hiding the taste.
And let’s hear it for avocado...way better than that icky pink sauce or dragon rolls crusted with unknown fried flskes of something . That’s hiding the taste.?
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