View Full Version : sushi nutritional content, accurate?

01-23-2004, 01:43 PM

01-23-2004, 01:52 PM
there is a place by me that offers an all you can eat a la carte sushi lunch for 18$
with a max of 25 pieces and 10 rolls.
I have hit 25 pieces and 4 rolls, and a bud can do 25+6
(rolls are 8pc each)

depends on how many pieces are in the roll I suppose.

Saint Patrick
01-23-2004, 02:04 PM
OMG sushi totally rules. I think I'll go eat some tonight.

Geoff - Thanks for the link

01-23-2004, 02:06 PM
LoL hell yeah, try to find a place like geoff is talking about and wear cargo pants. Stuff the pockets with the rolls and leave. Assuming theyre not already sliced into pcs you should be golden. :P

01-23-2004, 05:34 PM
it doesnt seem likely.. such a small roll-
Some companies bs on stuff like that

01-23-2004, 08:04 PM
Geoff, where is the place you're talking about? I heard of an all you can eat sushi place in the area.

Podium Kreatin
01-23-2004, 10:47 PM
1 tuna roll (161 calories, 4 fat, 26g protein, 12g carbs)

does this seem accurate? i eat like 3 tuna rolls in a sitting and im left hungry...

ur hunger is satiated by either fat or carbs, not protein. i dunno the mech of carb-filling, but fat fills u up b/c it triggers the release of cck, and other hormones, such as leptin.

protein, however, does not trigger such response. i mean, it makes sense. in nature, the highest protein food is meat, and that's about 50% protein, but w/ a lot of carbs from blood and muscle cell membranes. so, nature didn't make us full by how much protein we take it, cuz its not practical.

in my opinion, that isn't that accurate; one roll has 26g of protein? a scoop of protein powder is that much, and i find it hard that something so small can equate to powder that's almost pure protein. but, i could be wrong, cuz those tuna rolls may be bigger than i think

01-24-2004, 08:28 AM
I think sashimi is better. Screw the rice, gimme the fish, soy sauce, wasabi, and some pickled ginger. Mmmmmmmmm..........