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February 23rd, 2011

Maki(ng) Sushi with Family

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One thing my younger brother loves to do when he can get a crowd together (and parents to pay for it) is make sushi. He sets up his bamboo mats, gets his rice cooking, sharpens his Cutco knives, and he is ready to go. I always envied his skill until I realized that most anyone can make sushi, there’s no special gift involved. True sushi chefs train for years to learn how to roll the nori, but making tasty sushi at home is more about having great ingredients (and a sharp knife – this cannot be underestimated) than years of training. And the best ingredients are usually organic.

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