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Old 04-19-2007, 02:53 PM   #31
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It's all about the salmon-skin roll!!!!
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I didn't mean to tell you lies, after all the rice you've been through


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Yesterday I had a snow crab & tuna roll with jalepenos and it was torched on the outside and covered in spicy sauces.

Soooooo good
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I'm never full after sushi either. I don't really enjoy it enough to have a full meal - I always go to Japanese restaurants where I can have other things as well. Tempura and teppanyaki are by far my favourites where Japanese is concerned.

I do like spicy crunchy salmon rolls, though.
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Old 04-19-2007, 10:47 PM   #37
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a snow crab & tuna roll with jalepenos and it was torched on the outside and covered in spicy sauces.
That sounds like a delicious song-title fusion of Radiohead and Pink Floyd

I ate Octopus while visiting Germany as a teenager. It was very interesting. It was a mix of something exotic, and something that was never meant for human consumption...the ultimate culinary contridication.
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I had sushi for dinner because of this thread...so good

and I think I like the Timmy T song even better when it's about sushi
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Don't know why western people consider sushi as "healthy". For me it just as bad as McDonald.

If you have ever made sushi hand rolls by yourself, you'll easily notice that the rice you cooked run out a lot quicker than you think.

If I just had rice with lettuce + tuna for a meal, I'll need about 250g canned tuna in spring water + half normal lettuce choped or cooked, it would go with about 250g cooked rice (a little bowl). But if you put that much tuna into sushi, you'll get about 20 handrolls, and you'll have to use half pot of cooked rice (for about 1kg).

Really, I'd rather have lunch at McDonald (as long as I don't have it everyday), if you don't take coke, you'll probably get less pressure for your blood sugar level than having sushi for lunch.
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Last week when I was leaving Tokyo, there was a sushi bar across from my gate at the airpot. Sign said "Last chance for good sushi and sake!"

...oh and it was good.

I made at home some earlier this week. And I disagree with the person suggesting that it's unhealthy. Everything in moderation. Sure, quite a bit of rice goes into a roll, but if you have some salad on the side and some miso soup, you can be full and your total calories and fat consumption is quite low.
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When I was in japan I went to a sushi bar...one of the greatest restaurants I have EVER been to. Grabbing your food off of a conveyor belt is fun for some reason.
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Don't know why western people consider sushi as "healthy". For me it just as bad as McDonald.

If you have ever made sushi hand rolls by yourself, you'll easily notice that the rice you cooked run out a lot quicker than you think.

If I just had rice with lettuce + tuna for a meal, I'll need about 250g canned tuna in spring water + half normal lettuce choped or cooked, it would go with about 250g cooked rice (a little bowl). But if you put that much tuna into sushi, you'll get about 20 handrolls, and you'll have to use half pot of cooked rice (for about 1kg).

Really, I'd rather have lunch at McDonald (as long as I don't have it everyday), if you don't take coke, you'll probably get less pressure for your blood sugar level than having sushi for lunch.
Where do you get your information from?

Because testings have shown that the healthiest fast food is kebap and sushi.

Fat and fat is not the same, and the omega-3 in fish is very healthy.
Also, there is no need to become too obsessed with fat.
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Some places are even starting to make rolls with brown rice. Fish and nori (seaweed) are both very healthy, as are vegetables of course. How many people would eat seaweed otherwise? I know I sure wouldn't. And unlike in many other common preparations for seafood, there's no butter or oil in sushi.

I don't eat sushi often because it is pretty expensive for my budget, but when I'm going out for dinner, that's always my first choice. A friend and I each got a 3-roll meal at a sushi restaurant recently that came with miso soup and a salad for only about $12. I'll take that over McDonalds any day
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