How to Eat Sushi: You’ve Been Doing it Wrong

How to Eat Sushi: You’ve Been Doing it Wrong

100 thoughts on “How to Eat Sushi: You’ve Been Doing it Wrong

  1. I'd rather fucking eat instant noodles at home in liberty than to be parented while eating. Damnit that must be awkward.

  2. If I was in this guy's restaurant and he was telling me how to eat I'd rip a huge belch and scratch my nuts with my keys. Then I'd go down the street and get me a porterhouse and a Delirium Tremens.

  3. What a masterful tutorial on the proper way this elegant dish should be eaten. also this Chef must be of the Master Class his skills are very impressive!

  4. You've been doing it wrong??? Really? It seems I've been doing it right, but then again I grew up with a lot of Asian friends who taught me how to eat certain foods and introduced me to a lot of delicious food that I would otherwise not have known.

  5. Oh my gosh do I love sushi though. One of my favorite foods. I really, really want some now. Awwww man. It looks so freaking good.

  6. I accidentally deleted a lengthier comment… Anyway, look, good sushi comes down to the following:

    1.) Sushi grade fish: raw or cooked salmon, spicy tuna, yellowfin tuna, eel, shrimp/shrimp tempura, roe (fish eggs), etc. I've seen beef, bacon, etc. in sushi, but… Yeah, it's kinda not the place for that sort of thing… (In my opinion…) Would be interesting if they had hard boiled egg, pork, duck, chicken, turkey, etc. sushi… Again, kinda not the place for that stuff, but might be interesting… The egg idea might work…

    2.) Veggies/produce/herbs/spices like daikon radish, cucumber, scallions, avocado, even asparagus and carrots, definitely other possibilities like green onion, watercress, chives, cilantro, basil, celery, green beans, red onion, shallots, etc., (chopped tomato would definitely be "different", Mexican style sushi like pico de gallo, etc.) and of course, ginger, wasabi, etc., but, like soy sauce, those last two generally are not added to the sushi roll itself (of course), but are treated as seasonings, etc. Potato might be weird in sushi… Corn could work though, probably not too well, quinoa also might work… With fruit, I don't think that's quite the right place for sushi, but it has a bit more potential than beans or nuts perhaps (adzuki beans would be interesting, etc.), although almond, peanut and cashew butter might work, when substituting for fish at least… I've seen mango bits in sushi, but really, that's about it… Almost… Of course, orange, lime or lemon juice/bits (I have definitely seen lemon on sushi), berries like strawberry, blueberry, raspberry or blackberry might make interesting additions to certain flavors. Sesame seeds are great in sushi of course, and I'm curious about other seeds like chia, flax, etc. as well.

    3.) Sticky Rice

    4.) Nori/dried seaweed

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