HOW to eat sushi


HOW to Eat sushi
A sideways look at foodle habits

Words JANINE RATCLIEEE, JESSICA GUNN, DANIELLE THEUNISSEN, LULU GRIMES,
JENNY MCIVOR, GREGOR SHEPHERD

Don't raid the menu indiscriminately like a groom's drunken mates at a wedding buffet. The preferred Japanese order for eating sushi (note that sashimi is not sushi- sushi always includes vinegared rice) should be lighter flayours first. then more strongly flavoured fatty fish. Or hand over all responsibility by saying ‘omokase' to the chef- l leave it up to you. Unless you're transferring sushi from a shared platter to your own plate, put the chopsticks down. The best utensils with which to convey sushi from plate to mouth are your fingers.

You won't be escorted from the premises if you doit, but the Japanese wou|dn't dream of mixing their wasabi in with their soy (it dampens the wasabi’s fire}. If you think it needs it, dab a little on your sushi before dunking in soy. Always dunk fish·side-down, to ayoid creating sludge when the rice disintegrates into the sauce. And deposit it fish-down on your tongue for the best flavour hit.

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