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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.
Thank you! I loved knowing the names of the various items I like, especially nigiri! I plan to study the list and quit being too ignorant to ask for them by name rather than pointing and saying "one of those."
This article was the BEST explanation and visualization of eating sushi that I have ever seen. Thank you for the research and for writing a very informative article. I do not normally eat sushi, but on occasion have tried it and liked it very much. Now I look forward to having sushi soon. Thanks!
I love love love sushi but had no idea it was that high in calaories .. I think I will stick to making my own
This fashion" is why the worlds fish supply is dwindling.
I make my own vegan style (no fish). The nori sheets alone are fishy tasting enough.
i like sushi BUT I think I need to scale back on how often I eat it bearing in mind this article. I didn't know that there was such a thing as tempura rolls YUCK. No where in the article was mentioned the fact that sushi evolved from a means to preserve fish.
mmmm, I love sushi, makes me want to go get some now! :)
Thanks Stephanie for explaining all the different kinds. I'm still not a huge fan but my friends and kids like them so I usually try one or 2 pieces when out.
Really, the ones you say to stay away from are the only ones that taste good, lol!!
This is a very informative article and clearly written. Thank you for all the tips that will make eating sushi and even more enjoyable experience.
Actually, sashimi, when fresh and from a reputable establishment, is not bad for pregnant women. You would just have to moderate how often you ate it, and like I mentioned, get it from a reputable establishment.
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