Sushi

Philippines
February 9, 2009 1:08am CST
I love eating sushi but some of my friends really hate its taste. Actually, I didn't like it either when I tasted it for the first time, but later, it became one of my favorite food. I like california maki the best. How about you? Do you like eating sushi? Do you eat it with wasabi? Which kind of sushi is your favorite?
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@ljbinkop (744)
• United States
9 Feb 09
I could live on a deserted island if I was able to have raw fish every day! I love going out for sushi, it's a fun interesting experience, and I have even had a pet cat that I named Sushi! (of course we did not eat her, but she passed away a long time ago...) My favorite is spicy tuna rolls, but I am a big fan of Ika (squid) as well! Thanks fr the question!
• South Africa
9 Feb 09
I feel like some right now! I love sushi! Some of my many favourites are tuna sashimi, spicy tuna califiria roll and prawn & avo rolls. I mix the wasabi into my soy sauce so that when I dip it in, it is already there. Sometimes I add more wasabi on top. And I have to have loads of ginger. I like eating a plain piece of ginger inbetween each piece to clear my palate. Yummy!
@srijshm (1165)
• India
9 Feb 09
For me sushi is always with wasabi. Even i didnot like sushi in the begining, took some tike to get used to sticky rice & the harsh ginger taste. But once i got to try sushi with good quality wasabi & fell in love with it. Sushi is slowly gaining popularity in India. but it is pretty expensive because it is available only in 5 star properties. I indulge in it once in a while. The money is worth the experience because the chef makes it in front of you.
@maezee (34019)
• United States
9 Feb 09
I'm personally a vegetarian, so as you can probably imagine, I don't eat sushi (and I've never tried it!) The concept of eating raw fish... I just don't think I could do it. But I have had "fake" sushi before (that some organic food-stores sell), and it's great! I've never had authentic sushi (or fake sushi, for that matter), though. :(