First of all cook it
Second dont eat sushi
Eat as much as you want in Europe but be aware, once you tasted sushi in Japan, you can never turn back.
It's honestly the most overrated food in the world! It's disgusting and expensive!
Go buy yourself a couple ribeyes and a 12 pack! 😎👍
Don't listen to these shitbags lmao
2 of the easiest ways to figure out what you like:
1) Find a respectable sushi place, go with a friend or a group of something and buy a boat. It's an assortment of all kinds of sushi.
2) go to an all you can eat sushi place where you have multiple options to choose from so you can literally try everything on the menu. Plain old sashimi, spicy tempura, dragon rolls etc...
Never tried sushi so idk 😎👍
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try salmon sashimi first, its the entry level sushi
if you like that then you’ll most likely enjoy most of the traditional types of sushi. otherwise there’s no shame in liking stuff like the tempura shrimp rolls and whatnot.
one of my favorite and absolute best rolls is the philadelphia rolls or whatever similar to that
the key of it is the salmon and the philadelphia cream that make it so good, it's like heaven
another one could be the california rolls, the ones with sesame all around it
sushi is so good but it's expensive and also biggest tip, don't buy sushi from the supermarket as it's poor quality and not that good, restaurants have the real sushi
first of all, as sushi lover, i tell you to never, never order sushi cuz u know the fish will just get a different texture. real good sushi is always prepared FRESH AS IT GETS!
always mix the wasabi with the soy sauce, or u gay.
Says somewhere above as well but you should definitely start by ordering a boat that serves many different types of sushi, that way you can find out what you like easily. If you’re not confident about liking them and think you may end up wasting money, I’d say start off with basic sashimi. From a Japanese perspective that’d be tuna, salmon, prawn, egg, octopus etc. Sushi like California rolls are pretty popular abroad so maybe you can start with those as well.
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Chicken teriyaki and bbq pork are good if you like meat.
Tempura prawn is also nice :D
it literally tastes like absolutely nothing
You should learn how to roll, I've been doing it for the last 3 years, it's quite easy and all you need is a really sharp knife, rolling mat, nori sheets, avocado's, toasted sesame seeds, real wasabi if you a rich boi 1kg is like 90$ but you can also get that cheap fake wasabi and it will do the job aswell, you wanna get some pickled ginger to cleanse your palette between rolls and you shouldnt include it in the actuall sushi. Your fish of choice, my personal favourite is tuna even though I hate it canned however raw its the best thing ever I ate a whoke block of raw tuna once as sashimi. The other fish I go for is salmon. Don't get some cheap tesco fish get something good from a local fisherman or online stores that deliver, sushi is supposed to be a treat so show it some respect by using good quality fish. Another great benefit of making your own sushi is the savings, costs way less then ordering from somewhere and you usually get way more. I spend around 25£ and make 13 to 15 rolls. Plenty for me :D