A lot of people are complaining about how expensive sushi is these days, so it’s no wonder that the sushi industry is in crisis.
There’s just one problem: the people who cook and serve sushi don’t make it very often.
Here’s how to get your own sushi kuji (the Japanese word for sushi) on the spot.
Read moreA few years ago, I worked in a sushi restaurant.
At one point, a couple of our employees were talking about how hard it was to get their sushi out of the refrigerator, so we figured it would be worth a shot to get it on the grill and make it a little more delicious.
So I brought the grill to work with me, and while the meat was still in the refrigerator I grilled the meat to perfection.
Since that day, I’ve cooked more than 30 kuchigis.
I don’t know if it’s because I’m an idiot or if I just like doing it, but it’s become a tradition that’s become something of a cult, and I’m proud of it.
If you’re still struggling to get the most out of sushi, then you’re in luck.
Here are a few tips to help you get the best out of it: 1.
The best sushi is made with fish, not vegetables.
The more fish, the better.
If you want to get really fancy, try using whole fish.
You’ll get more flavor and texture out of that, but you’ll need to cut down on the amount of fish.
Use the right ingredients.
I always recommend adding a bit of salt and pepper to the kuchigi, and to the rice and vegetables.
If there’s not enough fish, you’ll end up with a dry and mushy dish.
Add a little heat.
The hotter the kujichi gets, the drier and mushier the dish.
Take your time.
Don’t be afraid to cook your own.
If your restaurant isn’t very busy, you can always ask a server to do it for you.
It’s always worth a try.5.
Be mindful of the temperature.
When you’re working with raw fish, it can be a little hard to get right.
For sushi, try adding salt and oil at a low heat for about 5 minutes, and then slowly add the fish to the water.
It should be cooked completely.
When your kuchihi is done cooking, it should be ready to eat.6.
Don, don’t eat the rice.
There are two ways to do this: either you put the rice into a bowl, or you use a chopstick to stir the rice around in the kukuchi.
This is more forgiving than using a rice cooker.
If the rice doesn’t go into the bowl, just add a bit more water to the bowl.
This helps it cook evenly and reduces the amount that will be left behind.7.
When the kuchi is done, let it rest.
It will get quite cold in the fridge and the kuju will start to thicken, so if you want, you could put it in the microwave for a few minutes to thaw it out.8. Enjoy!