How to eat sushi
Sushi is a Japanese dish that uses vinegar as the main ingredient in the rice. Like other Japanese dishes, sushi is very colorful.
Sushi is a Japanese dish that uses vinegar as the main ingredient in the rice. Like other Japanese dishes, sushi is very colorful. When making, cut fresh sea urchin yellow, abalone, peony shrimp, scallops, salmon roe, cod fish white, tuna, salmon and other seafood into pieces and put them on the white fragrant rice ball. mustard sauce, and finally put it on an antique porcelain plate... Such a color combination is a real "delicious meal". When you eat sushi, you should pay attention to the completeness of the food, that is, you have to eat the whole piece of sushi in one bite. Only in this way can you truly taste the deliciousness of sushi. The time was filled up, leaving no gaps, and the strong fragrance had nowhere to escape, lingering in the mouth for a long time.
Sushi has been recorded in the Heian period code "Enki-style" completed in 927 AD. It is a traditional Japanese food and was born at the end of the Yayoi period. Sushi at the time refers to a way for the ancestors of the Japanese archipelago to preserve fish. Rub salt on the fish and press down with a heavy weight to allow it to ferment naturally. When the sour taste is produced, it can be eaten, and its taste is very good (ie, sushi). This method originated in Japan. This method is time-consuming and labor-intensive, and soon developed into a method of soaking fish in vinegar. In a broad sense, sushi refers to any food with other fillings added to the rice mixed with vinegar. At that time, some business travelers used vinegar to marinate rice balls, add Shanghai products or meat, and pressed them into small pieces. As food along the way, it was widely spread in Japan, but it was rare in other areas. At that time, various sashimi (sashimi) were used as ingredients, and it was called "Edo sushi", also known as "Nigiri" (that is, Nigiri sushi), which is the most popular sushi today.
Sushi "SUSHI", "Sour" is acid pickled food. In 700 AD, that is, the Nara era, the Japanese at that time used some vinegar-marinated rice balls, plus some seafood or meat, pressed into small pieces, and arranged them neatly in a small wooden box as food along the way. During the Kamakura shogunate era, sushi began to spread widely in Japan, and it has been enduring for a long time, becoming a common and delicious food and popular among people.