Do You Eat Sushi Right? Nobu's Chef Doubts It

"People all over the world do not know how to eat sushi." The snag about how we dip them in sauce and how we put them in our mouth Eleni Manusu, chef at Nobu restaurant in Marbella, Spain, said that people worldwide eat sushi wrong. It's time to find out how you can get the most out of a Japanese dish.

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So, here is a set of sushi. You grab your sticks, wrap your sushi, and dip it in soy sauce. As a rule, you lower them to the bottom of the bowl. This is the first mistake. According to Eleni Manus, oily fish should be dipped in the sauce, not rice. So its taste is better revealed.

The second misconception concerns the process of putting sushi in your mouth. Pay attention to this too. It turns out that sushi should be fish on the tongue and nothing else.

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Finally, the third mistake is a large amount of soy sauce and wasabi. Of course, without them, the sushi is incomplete. But it is important to remember that wasabi suppresses the taste of sushi ingredients, and soy sauce "steals" the freshness of the fish.

Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff

Sources: Today Lifestyle