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  1. Ok some people will hate me for saying it. Comming from a head sushi chef now…don't learn from this channel. Bad rolling techniques, rolls appear to be too loose and falling apart. Nigiri shaping technique as well – never squeeze nigiri rice just shape it gently. Also sushi rice dressing im not sure the measurements are correct and there isn't any knowledge provided in regards to ph level which plays major role in sushi making, also missing dashi imo. Usually I dont hate on amateur cooking channels, well I'm not really hating on it, just explaining.

  2. Most of this is sashimi not sushi (unless it's a veggie or fruit roll. Sushi is vinegared rice, cooked fish and/or vegetables wrapped in a seaweed wrap called Nori. Sashimi is similar to sushi but it has raw fish (sashimi grade raw fish cuz regular raw fish has different kinds bacteria on it that can give you salmonella and anything like it and only can be removed by cooking it). And they're also not suppose to be eaten with chopsticks, I'm pretty sure that what started the "chopstick trend" in places like the US was that some Japanese foods are eaten with chopsticks but most of the Japanese foods that are eaten with chopsticks are foods that need more than one bite to be taken but with sushi and sashimi they're suppose to be eaten whole that's why they would usually use their hands for sushi or sashimi also android and apple need to fix their sushi emoji or have it come up under sashimi and add an actually sushi roll

  3. It looks like some of the staff have never done a role before or cut one lol thank god for YouTube! Might look up a few videos on how it's done from a professional…

    🍻cheers🥃

  4. So now "any ingredients" which is rolled either just with rice or then wrapped with seaweed is called "sushi"? Does Japanese approved all of this?
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    Owh wait, all of the "sushi variant" does invented by the Japanese. 😍🥰

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