Students at the University of California-Berkeley constructed a world record 330-ft. California sushi roll as part of an event to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the school’s Center for Japanese Studies. The roll, which was constructed in parts by 57 teams of rollers representing different students groups—plus two teams from Cal Dining—and then fused together to make the official record roll. Most of the roll was constructed of avocado, cucumber and imitation crab meat donated by the ...

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