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Have You Ever Made Sushi?

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Soniabonya Soniabonya 7 years
i've always wanted to. i just have to get the tools needed. :) i'll try it once, see if I can handle it, but i do enjoy watching the sushi chefs making them.
emalove emalove 7 years
No...I love sushi, but I'd rather have someone else prepare it for me :)
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
miss malone I'm with you!
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
miss malone I'm with you!
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 7 years
We make it frequently, I have so many asian markets nearby so the variety is amazing, my favorite ingredient is the flying fish roe, totally makes it! I ahve also figured out how to duplicate the sauce for spicy tuna.
pinkerbell03 pinkerbell03 7 years
I just made it last night actually. It was a huge pain in the ass, but I want to keep trying anyway, I feel like I could get good at it. Just did cucumber and avo.
reesiecup reesiecup 7 years
i still haven't built up the confidence to work with raw fish and i still have to perfect my rice. i should really just go to a class with a sushi chef one of these days
cloroxcowgirl cloroxcowgirl 7 years
I've made raw (just made of vegetables) sushi w/ cauliflower as rice a few times.
neonbee neonbee 7 years
Yup, especially since my mum lived in Japan during her teens and learned how to prepare sushi. It also helps that ingredients are not hard to find here.
Spectra Spectra 7 years
Nope, never tried making my own. If I'm going to eat it, I want to make sure it's good and I know that if I attempt it and screw it up, it won't be nearly as good as the stuff I can order at a restaurant.
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
nope - i've never made it and i don't really eat it , so that's probably part of the reason right there.
jessr1214 jessr1214 7 years
i love making sushi! always veggie sushi though...i leave handling the fish to the pros :-) it is so cheap but feels like a fancy meal.
amloveaffair amloveaffair 7 years
None of our local stores carry Nori or Sushi rice so no we've never made it.
KadBunny KadBunny 7 years
I've made fake sushi haha :P lovee california rolls. Though half the time we're out of seaweed wrap; I always munch on those haha.
KadBunny KadBunny 7 years
I've made fake sushi haha :P lovee california rolls. Though half the time we're out of seaweed wrap; I always munch on those haha.
MB23 MB23 7 years
I make veggie maki regularly and gave a sushi making party once. Never again. The party was fun but the sushi making was a disaster. It's apparently not so easy for many people. Anyway, I told my Japanese colleague and he said he and his friends do sushi pockets. Basically cut a large sheet in four and then have people put their toppings on the quarter sheet and eat as a pocket.I now do this as a quick my-4-organic-Trader-Joe-organic avocados-all-went-ripe-at-the-same-time after work dinner. Sushi rice, miso soups and cucumbers are easy to do.This sounds like a much better idea.
MB23 MB23 7 years
I make veggie maki regularly and gave a sushi making party once. Never again. The party was fun but the sushi making was a disaster. It's apparently not so easy for many people. Anyway, I told my Japanese colleague and he said he and his friends do sushi pockets. Basically cut a large sheet in four and then have people put their toppings on the quarter sheet and eat as a pocket. I now do this as a quick my-4-organic-Trader-Joe-organic avocados-all-went-ripe-at-the-same-time after work dinner. Sushi rice, miso soups and cucumbers are easy to do. This sounds like a much better idea.
nuttmegs17 nuttmegs17 7 years
Props to you guys who do it frequently...I have no desire to myself...I'm a pretty fast eater so it seems like a lot of prep, work, etc for about 3 bites of food..I'd much rather go down the black and have someone else do the work!
hannahc hannahc 7 years
I don't even have a bamboo mat, I just use saran wrap to roll it up! Plus, it makes the rolls easier to cut into slices that way. I mostly only make california rolls or cucumber rolls at home to avoid the fish dilema.
shoneyjoe shoneyjoe 7 years
There are some sushi varieties that I wouldn't dare take on at home (salmon roe, octopus, and pickled mackerel come to mind), but there are many that I have tried and loved. Recently, my girlfriend and I made a ton of ama-ebi (sweet shrimp) which we made in nigiri and chirashi form (nori was nowhere to be found in my apartment, sadly).
shoneyjoe shoneyjoe 7 years
There are some sushi varieties that I wouldn't dare take on at home (salmon roe, octopus, and pickled mackerel come to mind), but there are many that I have tried and loved. Recently, my girlfriend and I made a ton of ama-ebi (sweet shrimp) which we made in nigiri and chirashi form (nori was nowhere to be found in my apartment, sadly).
sandy82 sandy82 7 years
I love making sushi but I've only made the non-fish kind because I'm nervous about buying sushi grade fish.
CoconutPie CoconutPie 7 years
I made sushi once. I thought it was a lot of work. I like variety.
bluebellknoll bluebellknoll 7 years
I've hosted a few sushi parties - they are a lot of work but worth it. It's all of the prep work that's a killer.
miss-malone miss-malone 7 years
Nope, never ate it either and I don't plan on it.
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