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Complete Book of Sushi Hardcover – September 15, 2004
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"Sushi has become almost as commonplace as fast food. Little kids are eating it, teenagers love it and so do most adults" —Las Vegas Sun
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The nouvelle makizushi petrified me though. I don't want proscuitto in my sushi - no way, no how! There are just some combinations that should never be made. Not even for art.
I buy many books on cuisine and especially sushi and Japanese food and this is one of the absolute BEST.
This is a minor flaw in an inspirational book, showcasing the visual appeal of sushi. There are also helpful notes on traditions and ettiquite of preparing, serving, and dining. Many of the dishes are unusual or unexpected, especially the fruit recipies. We haven't prepared any meals from the book yet, but the instructions seem consistant with our limited experience of preparing sushi (vegetarian and cooked versions at home, and raw in a cooking class). I admit to being nervous about preparing raw dishes at home, but even if we do not, there are plenty of recipies to keep us busy.
Especially helpful were her directions for making sushi rice - it came out beautifully! She provides instructions for making perfect rice whether you have a rice cooker or not. This was especially valuable because you do not need "special" rice for making sushi (I've seen so-called sushi rice in grocery stores for ridiculous prices!).
The most difficult part of the process for us was rolling the sushi. She explains how to do this very clearly.
Overall a great book with gorgeous pictures and helpful directions!