Dec 26, 2019

Practice Sushi Etiquette

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#*Passing sushi between chopsticks is only tolerated as a gesture of closeness between parents and children, or lovers.
 
#*Passing sushi between chopsticks is only tolerated as a gesture of closeness between parents and children, or lovers.
 
   
 
   
===[[Order Sushi|Ordering Sushi]]===
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===Ordering Sushi===
#Ask the staff what ingredients are in the sushi. Going to a sushi place can be overwhelming at first. Sushi comes in several varieties with different fillings. Learning the basic terms beforehand can make ordering less of a hassle. If you have questions, the chef, or the staff will be happy to help. When seated at a sushi bar, you may ask the chef directly. Otherwise, ask your server.<ref>http://blog.opentable.com/2017/sushi-etiquette-dos-and-donts-from-6-top-sushi-chefs-hackdining/</ref>[[Image:Practice Sushi Etiquette Step 11 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#Ask the staff what ingredients are in the sushi. Going to a sushi place can be overwhelming at first. Sushi comes in several varieties with different fillings. Learning the basic terms beforehand can make [[Order Sushi|ordering sushi]] less of a hassle. If you have questions, the chef, or the staff will be happy to help. When seated at a sushi bar, you may ask the chef directly. Otherwise, ask your server.<ref>http://blog.opentable.com/2017/sushi-etiquette-dos-and-donts-from-6-top-sushi-chefs-hackdining/</ref>[[Image:Practice Sushi Etiquette Step 11 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*Nigirizushi consists of a piece of fish, shellfish, or fish roe over a rice ball. It is the best choice for appreciating the flavor of the fish.<ref>https://ift.tt/2QmCmxV>
 
#*Nigirizushi consists of a piece of fish, shellfish, or fish roe over a rice ball. It is the best choice for appreciating the flavor of the fish.<ref>https://ift.tt/2QmCmxV>
 
#*Maki sushi is rice, and filling packed together, and wrapped in seaweed. Standard rolls are called norimaki, since nori means seaweed. Futomaki are thicker rolls, and hosomaki are thinner rolls.
 
#*Maki sushi is rice, and filling packed together, and wrapped in seaweed. Standard rolls are called norimaki, since nori means seaweed. Futomaki are thicker rolls, and hosomaki are thinner rolls.


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