Need I say more?
If you haven't tried it, you're doing your taste buds a disservice. AND, it's one of the most beautifully prepared foods you'll likely ever come across.
Sushi is Godly!!!
"Almost all Sushi in the United States is flash frozen on the fishing boats in Japan and then thawed out before serving. I tried ordering some fish to cut myself once, but it just wasn't the same.Best way to do it is make a trip out to a "China Town" or find a good Asian specialty store near you. Fresh seafood appropriate for sushi can be found at some organic stores as well. It's not easy to fins fresh seafood for sushi though.
I quite love sushi, but its one of the few Japanese foods I like really.
Its weird, I really love Japan (the culture, language, music, etc... ) which sort of made me think I would also love the food.
While sushi is nice, a lot of the food such as ramen, snacks and candy taste really weird to me.
My personal opinion is that Korean food is much more healthy and delicious when it comes to those things (especially if you are into spicy food).
Oh, and stay away from frozen ready-to-go Sushi meals from the supermarket. They tend to taste horrendous!
"I used to feel the same way about eating raw fish that you do, until a friend forced me to try it. It was awesome and I've never looked back.That's how I came around to sushi, dated a girl who demanded I try it. I was more than hesitant, and even a little sickened when the food showed up. A little fatty tuna, some yellow tail, and a piece of rainbow roll later I was a confirmed addict.
Wasabi may just be one of the finest mustards ever, also.
The best sashimi I've ever had was at a place here in the U.S. that has fresh fish flown in. Everything I put in my mouth was delectable. The fish was so good it practically melted in my mouth. Needless to say it's an upscale, expensive restaurant in a major city but damn it's worth the trip.
"The best sashimi I've ever had was at a place here in the U.S. that has fresh fish flown in. Everything I put in my mouth was delectable. The fish was so good it practically melted in my mouth. Needless to say it's an upscale, expensive restaurant in a major city but damn it's worth the trip.You're avatar is KILLING ME!!! Just a couple more hours. I'm really craving some hot edamame right now.
On the topic of fresh fish, I've been more than surprised at how good the couple places I go to are. I usually stick to nigiri, but I think today I'll branch out and try some sashimi. I really need to learn more about sushi, I've experimented some, but I'm still a nub.
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