Sushi

They say that you learn something new everyday. Well today I learnt how to make sushi! After a tough week at the lab, this relaxing Sunday activity was very welcomed.

I bought the deal on Groupon a while ago and redeemed it this morning. The class is two hours long and we learnt how to make 3 types of sushi (nigiri, maki and california rolls). Makito, our teacher, gave us very clear and simple instructions. The ingredients that we used were obviously very fresh, I mean the salmon was amazing. We all had a complementary glass of plum wine and got to eat the 21 pieces of sushi we made each. We left with a recipe of the perfect sushi rice as well as where to get the best fresh fish to make sushi. We also got to keep our little rolling mat! That was a nice bonus.

Sushi :)

You will not see 21 pieces on the picture as I had some during the class hehe.

I can only recommend you to go. I had a lot of fun and I am looking forward to repeating it at home. For more information, check Makito’s website: http://www.suzuonline.com/sushi-class/

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Do you like sushi? Yes and I am glad I will be able to make them in the future.

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5 Responses to Sushi

  1. panos48 says:

    Reblogged this on southweb2.

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  2. eharris29 says:

    I once learned how to make sushi! Mine definitely didn’t turn out as nice as yours though!

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