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How to Properly Eat Sushi

A nice little article from the Toronto Star on the finer points of eating sushi. Many I have never even heard of but then again, how many sushi restaurants in Toronto are truly authentic?

From the Toronto Star article:

…there are only 30 or 40 Japanese-trained sushi chefs in the city’s estimated 700 sushi joints, and you begin to grasp the magnitude of the problem. Chances are the sushi you’ve been eating isn’t even authentic sushi, particularly if it contains any of the following: avocado, cream cheese, mayonnaise or deep-fried anything.

Read more from the article including some do’s and don’ts


2 comments for “How to Properly Eat Sushi”

  1. Ah!… Good find. I definitely learned a few things.

    Posted by Freddie | March 31, 2009, 2:03 pm
  2. […] Sky roll not bad… and the sushi pizza was decent as well. I decided to eat the nigiri the way ‘it’s supposed to be eaten’ with success! I agree with the sushi chef – it’s so much easier. The sashimi was ‘ok’, […]

    Posted by Sushi Sky Japanese Restaurant | Yonge & College » Sushi Toronto | April 15, 2009, 7:47 pm

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