Last night Peter's sister invited us over to make sushi. We headed to the winter market at Nat Bailey where we had four fish vendors to choose from and we picked up some tuna and salmon.
We could choose brown rice or white rice and an assortment of vegetables. It takes some practice smearing and rolling, but what a cool way to make sushi to order.
This is also a great way for kids to get some hands on experience making their own dinner.
The rolling mats are inexpensive and the nori is quite easy to find in Vancouver.
Ules found the warm rice disconcerting so next time we'll pop it in the fridge ahead of time.
Make sure you leave space at the top and bottom of the roll so it will stick together.
I'm sure there are billions of "how to" videos on homemade sushi. So go for it!
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