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 How do you treat fish for making sushi?

Answer This sounds like so much fun!For the shrimp, if you're using fresh or frozen shrimp, make sure you open them up, clean out the insides, and the boil them til they become a pinkish color. Cool them... Read More »
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Am I supposed to wash fish before making sushi?

I always do. After all you don't know who has handled it before. Same goes for fruit and veggies.
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SUSHI IS GROSS!! My Friend Sells Fresh FISH, you can SEE worms in fresh fish meat.?

I hate to admit it because I love Sushi but its true!... There is a slight risk of contracting a parasitic infection when consuming sushi, but there are many other unspoken risks as well. Primarily... Read More »
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I need some help and info on making sushi!?

Nowadays, ANYTHING goes to put in your sushi. Purists will tell you sashimi (which is raw fish and VERY good and often confused with "sushi" because they sound alike), eel, roe, squid and octopus a... Read More »
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How to Spot a Fish That's Right for Sushi?

You might be tempted to make your own sushi - it's only raw fish, how hard can it be? If you're going to do it, you need to make sure the fish is really fresh - here's what you need to do.
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