Sashimi is a term used to describe thin slices of raw finfish that are served with condiments such as shredded daikon radish or gingerroot, wasabi and soy sauce. Sushi is a Japanese specialty based on boiled rice flavored with a sweetened rice vinegar, a mixture called sushi meshi. Once cooled, the rice has a glossy sheen and separates easily. There is a wide variety of sushi including nigiri sushi (thin slices of raw fish seasoned with wasabi and wrapped around or layered with this rice), ...

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