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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-29-2008, 04:26 PM Thread Starter
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What are some of your favorites?

Id have to go with eel and salmon personally.
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Ohhh man where do u start. Well I start with Seaweed Salad of course, then I hitup some spicy Tuna, Octopus, caviar eggs, Salmon. I love the California rolls they are good. And of course all the muscles one can digest.

I have about 6 places in my area that are awesome!!!! Last time I ate at one was just the other day
I usually dive right in with 6-8 pieces of sushi and 1 order (6) of rolls. I had some squid last week for the first time. I'll need to give Octopus a try as well soon though Ive heard it can be chewy if not done correctly.
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eh im still new to the whole sushi thing and some of it creeps me out a little bit i stick with the cooked stuff like the crunchy roll but i have tried some raw stuff. its got such a weird texture and im really picky about the texture of the foods i eat. i love the california roll and some others but im trying to try something new every time i go. and in southern cali there are sushi places on every corner.
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Right now I am eating a rainbow roll and rock&roll. The rock&roll has shrimp tempura, crab, cucumber and a strange yet delicious sauce. I have an awesome Japanese restaurant right across the street from me and grab a couple rolls for dinner once or twice a week.
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working at a sushi/Thai restaurant I have developed a addiction to sushi. Personally lately I have eating a lot of sashimi hamachi and escolar in particular. There are a few rolls that call my attention but none of them really captivate my palate.

Yesterday I tried Uni with quail egg and I have to say that I honestly don't know how people eat that stuff, but each its own . Ikura is ok, but i would never order it, just not my personal favorite.

Octopus is always good. A few weeks ago I tried surf clam that stuff fucking rocks. We also have this lobster roll that sells like crazy, people go crazy over it, its a tempura style lobster, ill get a picture today and post it when I have some time to spare.

Funny stuff about life is that I don't care what anyone says I think wasabi tastes like shit . But get this one, I have a allergy to soy sauce it's a pain in ass. The way it works is that if it touches my hands I am fine, but the minute it touches my lips I am fucked, they swell up pretty bad. The key is to eat the sushi without getting any sauce in my lips. its really weird, i wonder if it's an allergy or something else.
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working at a sushi/Thai restaurant I have developed a addiction to sushi. Personally lately I have eating a lot of sashimi hamachi and escolar in particular. There are a few rolls that call my attention but none of them really captivate my palate.

Yesterday I tried Uni with quail egg and I have to say that I honestly don't know how people eat that stuff, but each its own . Ikura is ok, but i would never order it, just not my personal favorite.

Octopus is always good. A few weeks ago I tried surf clam that stuff fucking rocks. We also have this lobster roll that sells like crazy, people go crazy over it, its a tempura style lobster, ill get a picture today and post it when I have some time to spare.

Funny stuff about life is that I don't care what anyone says I think wasabi tastes like shit . But get this one, I have a allergy to soy sauce it's a pain in ass. The way it works is that if it touches my hands I am fine, but the minute it touches my lips I am fucked, they swell up pretty bad. The key is to eat the sushi without getting any sauce in my lips. its really weird, i wonder if it's an allergy or something else.
Thats too weird, so you just dip in soy and no wasabi I take it? I have a friend who has something similar with apples...hes fine unless the skin touches his lips. But if its cooked apple he's fine regardless.

All this talk is going to make me grab some sushi for the football games today.
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man, i havent had good sushi in a while. I love eel. spicy tuna is good. salmon skin also. dammit, now i want some.

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Red snapper.

No need for soy sauce/wasabi. The chef will usually just sprinkle some lemon juice on it. It's sooooooo (&%@(&*%#&@*!$*(ing good.
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Salmon salmon saaaalmon

Salmon salmon saaaaaalmon... anyway, anyhow you prepare it. I love sushi, and I love putting a smuch wasabi in my soy sauce as possible, which boarderlines me regretting each bite!...hahah.

I also am a huge fan of green tea, and miso soup.

GODdamnnit, now I'm hungry.

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Went to Shine at Foxwoods last night (Casino in CT for non-locals) and had the best sushi Ive ever had. Had the eel, salmon, yellowtail and spicy tuna and an order of eel/cucumber rolls. Damn that salmon just melted in my mouth.
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