Sushi

Sushi cold boiled rice moistened with rice vinegar, usually shaped into bite-size pieces and topped with raw seafood (nigiri-zushi) or formed into a long seaweed-wrapped roll, often around strips of vegetable or raw fish, and sliced into bite-size pieces (maki-zushi). Sashimi is raw fish cut into very thin slices.

Videos

  1. What is Nori—Counter Intelligence

    Thu, 11 Jul 2013

    that wrapping is around your California roll . Is it paper? No! Is it moldy? No ..... nori spores will anchor and grow. Nori: sushi and onigirl (NOH-ree). Japanese ..... either fresh or fried in sheets used to make sushi rolls.

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    Ever wonder what that wrapping is around your California roll . Is it paper? No! Is it moldy? No! Can you eat it? Yes of course. Why is it green? It's paper thin dried seaweed. Eaten on its own, it tastes oceany/briny. In Japan, there are nori farmers. They hange sea shells in nets so nori spores will anchor and grow. Nori: sushi and onigirl (NOH-ree). Japanese. An edible seaweed, eaten either fresh or fried in sheets used to make sushi rolls.

How To

  1. How to Make Sushi Rice

    Sat, 1 Jan 2000

    leaves, substitute fresh basil. Maki Garden Rolls If you don't have a sushi mat, use waxed paper or a clean ..... rolls. Spicy Broccoli Sprout Sushi Spicy sprouts, such as broccoli, arugula, or leek, give sushi rolls a delicate crunch and ..... California Rolls This California roll is an example of an "inside

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