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mingster's gonna teach you...

mingster

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...about sushi!


it wasn't until the 1900's that a clever chef named Yohei decided to forgo the fermantation and serve sushi in something resembling its present form. it became very popular and two distinct styles emerged: kansai-style, from the city of Osaka in the kansai region, and edo-style, from tokyo, which was then called edo.
 
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The Watcher

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marcinm

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Originally posted by Hi i'm God
Blech. Can I get a Quarter pounder W/cheese?


Edit** I fell bad for runing Mings thread :( Oh well.

don't.. i once ate wasabi and got sick for 2 days.. forget eating raw fish!
 

jmaggs

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Originally posted by marcinm
don't.. i once ate wasabi and got sick for 2 days.. forget eating raw fish!

Wasabi is the green hot paste on sushi, not the fish itself.... If it is raw fish on its own it is sushi, if it is on rice it is sashimi. I think that's right!? Could be the other way around...

Where did you eat that you got sick?

Maggs :D
 
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Mr_Furious

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Originally posted by mingster
...about sushi!


it wasn't until the 1900's that a clever chef named Yohei decided to forgo the fermantation and serve sushi in something resembling its present form. it became very popular and two distinct styles emerged: kansai-style, from the city of Osaka in the kansai region, and edo-style, from tokyo, which was then called edo.

The term sushi is pretty vague
 
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Galactic Phantom

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Originally posted by mingster
...about sushi!


it wasn't until the 1900's that a clever chef named Yohei decided to forgo the fermantation and serve sushi in something resembling its present form. it became very popular and two distinct styles emerged: kansai-style, from the city of Osaka in the kansai region, and edo-style, from tokyo, which was then called edo.

Nice one whitey!!


We can trace sushi's origin back to the 4th century BC in Southeast Asia. As a preserved food, the salted fish, fermented with rice, was an important source of protein. The cleaned and gutted fish were kept in rice so that the natural fermentation of the rice helped preserve the fish. This type of sushi is called nare-zushi, and was taken out of storage after a couple of months of fermentation, and then only the fish was consumed while the rice was discarded.
 
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marcinm

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Originally posted by jmaggs
Wasabi is the green hot paste on sushi, not the fish itself.... If it is raw fish on its own it is sushi, if it is on rice it is sashimi.

Where did you eat that you got sick?

Maggs :D

err.. yeah..i thought that's what the roll was called.. i thought the green paste was "wasabi sauce".. to put on your wasabi... i can't recall exactly where it was from, cuz my friend brought a take out...

i'm gonna go crawl back under my rock... thankyouverymuch :p
 

sk8

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Originally posted by jmaggs
Wasabi is the green hot paste on sushi, not the fish itself.... If it is raw fish on its own it is sushi, if it is on rice it is sashimi. I think that's right!? Could be the other way around...

Where did you eat that you got sick?

Maggs :D

i always get those mixed up.

and maki is the rolls right?
 

mingster

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Re: Re: mingster's gonna teach you...

Originally posted by Mr_Furious
The term sushi is pretty vague


i was trying not to be repetitive..since i've already posted this one.

but what the hay!

many people think sushi means "raw fish" but it actually means "seasoned rice". sushi is the marriage of vinegar rice to other ingredients.



k...that's it for now!
 

Mr_Furious

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Originally posted by jmaggs
If it is raw fish on its own it is sushi, if it is on rice it is sashimi. I think that's right!? Could be the other way around...

Dude, you got it totally backwards.

Actually, I think it's all considered sushi, but sashimi is sashimi, and rolls are rolls.
 
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