What exactly is sashimi grade fish?

Answer Sashi (pierced) mi (meat) grade fish are really fish not caught in a regular fish net which they haul in bulk. It is more like they used hand fishing line and as soon as it is brought up to the sur... Read More »

Top Q&A For: What exactly is sashimi grade fish

How to Eat Fugu Sashimi?

Fugu sashimi is blowfish - poisonous blowfish - eaten in some Japanese sushi restaurants. It isn't legal in many places but where it is, you can risk it. Here is how to eat it and live to tell the ... Read More »

How to Make Sashimi?

This delightfully simple yet elegant Japanese delicacy consists purely of very fresh, raw fish. It’s served in ¼-inch thick, rectangular slices with soy sauce for dipping and, optionally, a few ... Read More »

How to Cut Hamachi for Sashimi?

Tuna is one of the primary menu items in sushi and its sibling cuisine, sashimi. Sushi is either cooked or raw fish mixed with vinegared rice, while "sashimi" is cuts of raw fish without any additi... Read More »

Can you make sashimi from frozen salmon and how?

You can only make sashimi or other 'uncooked' preparation of fish & seafood if it is sushi- or sashimi-grade fish. The handling of the fish and the actual meat is a better quality and less likely t... Read More »