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Thread: First Time Sushi!!!

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    Pass me some ginger and wasabe and a pair of chops, and I'd eat it.

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    i love me some sushi...not the prettiest ones i have seen, but i would eat it
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    They aren't so pretty after you chew them up, don't worry about it and enjoy! They'll get better looking with practice.
    Oh yeah, did you wet your knife before slicing them? It looks a little to me like you had a dull knife and smashed them a bit.
    Last edited by manowar669; 02-07-2004 at 08:42 AM.

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    How many ingredients did you use??

    I believe not including the seaweed and rice that your technically supposed to have an odd number of ingredients. Not that it really matters. Supposed to be good luck or something like that. But I honestly could be making it up. *shrugs*
    Maybe I was big in a past life...

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    Nice. Mine looked like a burrito the first time. Also, I love them spicey tuna.

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    looks like pollok! Next time make sashimi!....it easier!
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