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The Ten Best Sushi Restaurants in Miami
Raw fish. Vinegared rice. Two simple ingredients that revolutionized the worldwide food industry. Nowadays, it’s a bit more complex than just a means of preserving fish in fermented rice. It’s become a fine art form in which master itamaes (sushi chefs …
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Is Sushi Safe to Eat?
Sushi is safe to eat as long as it has been prepared properly. Credit: Joanna Burger A Chicago man sued a restaurant in 2008 for allegedly serving him a parasitic tapeworm along with his salmon. So what about the sushi or sashimi that hungry buyers pick up …
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The Return of Sushi to Cornell Dining
Cornell Dining has added Wegmans sushi to its array of quick café options, now served at practically every café on campus. In the past, Cornell has served Sushi with Gusto in its various cafés, but that brand has been absent for just over a semester.
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2016 will come down as the year that poke finally arrived in Vancouver. Poke (pronounced po-keh) is a simple but classic dish that we fell in love with when we visited Hawaii… cubed, fresh, raw fish, marinated in special sauces (mainly shoyu, sesame oil …
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Poke, not sushi, is what’s cool in Miami. Yelp helps us find it
You heard it here first! Sushi: out. Poke: in. This Hawaiian delicacy has officially caught on in the Magic City, and it’s about time you give this raw seafood salad a try. “Thank you Kuenko for giving us one of the most tasteful and unique bowls Miami …
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Only 10 Yen! Sushi Restaurant Without a Name in Yoyogi
Welcome to the 10 yen sushi restaurant located a minute away from Yoyogi Station. This restaurant has literally no name and serves yellowtail and flounder, one sushi for 10 yen! Unlike the price may convey, the taste is good and even considered better than …
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New Recipe: Sushi Bake

cusineNew Recipe: Sushi Bake
Wait, I know, it doesn’t sound right. Sushi is supposed to be cold right? Well this turns that idea on its head, and it tastes great! The flavors of sushi are definitely distinctive but this manages to keep them all in and keeps it delicious! All the …
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Beautiful, Edible Compositions of Mosaic Sushi
Variations on traditional Japanese sushi like temari-zushi and maki-zushi have inspired chefs and artists alike to create edible works of art that are meant to be devoured by our eyes as much as our mouths. The latest new style borrows from the ancient …
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Free sushi offered today at P.F. Chang’s, but there’s one hitch
The Asian-themed P.F. Chang’s restaurant is offering sushi today at everyone’s favorite price point: Free. The one-day promotion (Thursday only) is available at all six North Texas locations. The only hitch: it’s for dine-in customers only (no to-go …
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cusineFacebook video shows you how to make healthy Sushi Cake
1. Dice your salmon into small cubes, then dress with sesame oil and seeds, mix and set aside. 2. Now layer your ‘cake’. Place two sheets of nori at the bottom of a 24cm springform cake tin, trimming the edges to fit the round tin. 4. Now place in half …
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At Koto Sushi Bar with Littler’s Jen Robinson
I ordered Nigiri Sushi B, which includes five pieces of Nigiri sushi (bite-size slabs of raw fish served atop sticky rice), one sushi roll and your choice of miso soup or salad. I started with the salad, which was crisp, cold iceberg lettuce with a few …
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Sushi for beginners in Christchurch
Shimizu held a sushi-making workshop for high school Japanese language pupils last week, as part of a wider push by the consular office of Japan to promote their national culture. The pupils from Burnside High School and Darfield High School were …
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Yumi Sushi lives up to its name in Mundelein

cusineYumi Sushi lives up to its name in Mundelein
Tucked into an unexpected location across from Bill’s Pub in Mundelein (and in the spot of the now closed Sushi Joon), Yumi Sushi is sandwiched between a pizza shop and a Mexican restaurant — but Yumi is the real standout in the strip mall. It’s small …
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Maitland sushi spot RanGetsu to close Saturday, March 5
RanGetsu, the Japanese restaurant and sushi lounge that relocated to Maitland from the I-Drive area in 2011, is closing its doors in just a little over a week. In our review of the rebranded restaurant, we said, “Stepping into the new RanGetsu is like …
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Enjoy seasonal seafood at sushi bar near Zama
“We always get our seafood from local fish markets in Japan, so our sushi is safe and fresh,” said the restaurant’s manager, Yoshihisa Kawashima. “So, I would like to encourage even more U.S. service members to visit us to enjoy tasty Japanese sushi …
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Sushi Could Be the Reason You Got Ghosted

cusineSushi Could Be the Reason You Got Ghosted
So your date/Tinder Tuesday/totally chill hangout last night went well. They laughed at your story about the office biscuit tin and looked genuinely interested in those photos of your sister’s cat. A week later though, and nothing. No followup message …
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Want to get to date No. 2? Go for sushi on date No. 1
If you want a second date, make sure the first date involves sushi. The magical combination of raw fish, wasabi and seaweed increases your odds of getting a second date by 170 percent, according to the annual Singles in America survey of 5,500 …
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Nature’s Storehouse in Canton to host vegetarian sushi workshop
Pictured are Lisa Lazenby, store manager, Danilo Oey-Langen, who is rolling sushi and Tom Langen, Oey-Langen’s father. CANTON — Nature’s Storehouse, 21 Main St., will host a vegetarian sushi workshop on Wednesday, Feb. 10. The cost is $ 5 per person …
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Think sushi is good for you? Not the way we often eat it.

cusineThink sushi is good for you? Not the way we often eat it.
Americans are eating more and more sushi with each passing year. Not only are they hoping to reap the overall health benefits of fish (including support for heart and brain health and decrease in inflammation, as well as nourishment for skin and hair …
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Sushi Ronin Now Rolling in LoHi
Beginning 2016 with a bang, Sushi Ronin opened its doors on Saturday, January 2 to a full house. The hip new sushi eatery is the product of a collaboration between restaurateur Alexander Gurevich (owner of the recently shuttered, soon-to-be-reimagined …
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Fuji, the Haddonfield sushi destination, changes hands
At the stroke of midnight New Year’s Eve, Masaharu “Matt” Ito and his son, Jesse, sold Fuji, their Haddonfield Japanese destination, which sits at or near the top of many publications’ “best sushi” list. They did not go far to find a buyer for the BYOB …
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Beyond sushi

cusineBeyond sushi
The Osaka-based chain, making its debut in Hong Kong, has 14 branches in Japan and three others overseas – in the United States and Malaysia. “It is part of our five-year strategic growth plan to develop our presence in the Japanese food market in Hong …
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Sushi Chef Fired For Making A Stand Against NYC DOH Gloves Rule
Have they noticed that people weren’t dropping dead from sushi? And that in Japan, where no one would dream of making sushi with plastic gloves (yuck!), there’s no mass epidemic of “sushi sickness”. Total ignorant xenophobic idiocy of the first order.
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Amity Township manager retiring after 12 years
His dealings with Japanese businessmen introduced him to new foods, too, Lyon said. “I was probably one of the first people to eat sashimi and sushi on a regular basis,” he said. Eventually U.S. Seating Company went bankrupt. After working other jobs …
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No reservations about eating in Tokyo
In the past, I was often the only foreigner dining at sushi counters. Now, on some occasions at the popular Michelin-starred spots, more than half of the seats are filled with non-Japanese. At a press conference in 2014, sushi chef Jiro Ono — star of …
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Cops and Courts: Man stabbed four times in Pajaro
Arson suspected at Sushi on the Run >> Arson is suspected in a fire that broke out at Sushi on the Run last night. Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s deputies and the Aptos/La Selva Fire Department responded to reports of arson at the Japanese restaurant …
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Oiso Sushi & Korean now open in Cary
Sushi clearly gets top billing here (even the appetizer list is dominated by sushi bar creathions), but the kitchen turns out a modest selection of Japanese and Korean dishes. Prepared by fellow Korean native chef Myong Kim (who worked with Young Kim …
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Conveyor belt restaurant chain Kappa Zushi offers vegetable sushi at swanky

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Conveyor belt restaurant chain Kappa Zushi offers vegetable sushi at swanky
Popular conveyor belt sushi chain Kappa Zushi is known around Japan for its tasty morsels, starting at 108 yen per plate, and its family-friendly setting, with cozy booths and a cute logo featuring an animated kappa, or water sprite (think Sandy from …
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Japanese cuisine pioneer to open MainStrasse restaurant
It was one of the first Japanese cuisine and sushi restaurants in the city. Now he hopes to have a new restaurant next spring on Main Street in Covington. He bought the building at 526 Main St. two years ago and will soon start rehabbing it. The …
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Here Are Japan’s Top Five Sushi Choices
Since sushi was introduced to the rest of the world, it’s gone through tons of strange and innovative reinventions. The classic Japanese dish of rice, fish and vegetables is a widely popular cuisine. However, with all the crazy toppings we ‘innovators …
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