Posts Tagged ‘make sushi’

Sushi roll rules!

So here are our official Sushi Pro guidelines to sushi roll creation. Actually there are no rules, but it’s an excuse for this opinionated writer to force a narrow viewpoint on an impressionable audience. But since you’re here, why not? So take a few minutes away from constructing those PB&J rolls, and read up! Sauces […]

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Interview: Martin Reed, “I Love Blue Sea”

Martin Reed is the founder of I Love Blue Sea, the first online seafood retailer totally committed to sustainability. And by defining this growing niche he is showing us what will be the norm in the near future. SushiPRO How do the East and West Coasts of the US compare when it comes to awareness […]

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Sushi Sake, downtown Miami

Rating: Sushi Sake – Downtown Branch 261 SW 8th Street Miami, FL 33130 305-285-3232 There’s a local chain of sushibars called Sushi Sake, with three Miami locations. We recently visited one of the two new venues, this one in the Brickell area of downtown on 8th Street, just a block east of I-95. The first […]

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Sushi: the Health Benefits and Risks

Do you typically order the cucumber rolls, and feast on wakame and futomaki? I’ve never heard a rational argument claiming that there’s any danger whatsoever in eating these kinds of sushi on a regular basis and in quantity. So what’re we talking about? Seafood. I’ve heard it said, and in fact read in one of […]

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How to choose a sushibar

What’s your favorite sushi spot? More to the point, how did you decide it’s your favorite? Many folks pick a favorite sushi restaurant by the “Cheers” factor, where everybody knows your name. It’s just nice to saunter up to the sushibar at your local restaurant and have the sushi chef greet you by name. Nothing […]

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Making Sushi at Home, part 7: Rolls Galore!

Here are some of the basic techniques for creating the common types of sushi rolls. After you’ve mastered the basics, try to experiment a little. Let’s get started. Classic Roll – take somewhat less than one full sheet, depending on skill level, and cover with sushi rice. But be sure to leave the last inch […]

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