Sushi Blog — How To Make Sushi Rolls
Posted by Felix Shvartsman on
Many people in the West erroneously consider Japanese sushi as "crude fish." This factor is definitely NOT the case! (The exemplary Japanese crude fish dish - which is thin bits of different diverse fish - is generally known as "sashimi." Not sushi!). The expression "sushi" is Japenese for "vinegar rice" - which is the great short-grained rice that, when cooked, is somewhat sticky - and afterward collapsed in prepared rice-vinegar. The sushi rice is regularly presented with different fish and vegetable backups - and in various styles. The "nigri" style is the well-known little chomp estimated "vessel" molded hills of...
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