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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.?
This helped a lot. I sometimes pick up vegetable rolls at the super market- like a salad wrap, no rice. Or summer rolls with veg snd tofu, though these are thai. Make good summer dishes. My other go to is the rainbow roll, for my main dish with less soy and lots of ginger and wasabi. Edamame appetizer.
I love sushi 🍣, thanks for the info
Not a fan of sushi...why is it so popular and thought of as an "elitist" food?
Thanks for sharing
good to know
good info to know if you eat sushi
Sushi is my favorite food. I usually opt for some steamed mussels to start with to get some protein. Then it is easier for me to not overeat the higher calorie rolls.
Sorry for my typo: if the rice is too much for you... Tigger, good grief!
The best advice is this: NEVER order sushi in a non-Japanese restaurant! You never know what you're going to get. If tigger too much rise, don't eat it. And, tempura is not sushi.
This is such good advice! I am a huge sushi fan so it's great to hear these tips about how to make the most from my favourite cuisine. My go to sushi eatery has got to be Rofuto in Birmingham - the sushi there is excellent! I would definitely recommend this is a must for any of my fellow sushi lovers! I can't wait until the next time I go - I will definitely be putting this article's advice to use! http://rofuto.co.uk/
Would have been nice to see a carbohydrate count in addition to the calories.
My adult son, who works in restaurants, loves sushi but has cautioned us to get very freshly made sushi - to not just assume how fresh it is - say at a buffet or ? He prefers to go to restaurants where it is made to order as you wait.
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