Can vegetarian sushi turn into a gastronomic experience?

Yes also to that extent. Most people have tasted a hosomaki (small roll) with either cucumber or avocado. Vegetarian sushi is much more than that. Each and every material has its own unique flavor and aroma. Using different cooking techniques you can emphasize the qualities and nuances of the raw materials concerned. With vegetarian sushi it is possible to make a tasty and delicate menu at the same level. T ...

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What makes vegetarian sushi great?

Vegetarian Sushi is an undervalued dish. Vegetables have so many fine flavors depending the season they picked. By using different techniques one can highlight their flavor, crispness and fine texture. Read more about Vegetarian sushi for beginners _ Zoë has lectured and held sushi courses for A. P. Moller - Maersk, Hugo Boss Nordic, Novo Nordisk, Novartis, Velux, Gorrissen Federspiel, Beierholm revision, E ...

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Which chopsticks are best for sushi?

Most sushi restaurants in Denmark use disposable chopsticks. In many Danish homes there are plastic chips. In Japan, chopsticks are an important cutlery and the Japanese are very conscious about what they are using to eat their food with. Basically, all Japanese food in the Japanese homes is eaten with high quality wood chopsticks. Chopsticks made in an organic material lift the gastronomic experience in a ...

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Does Japanese sushi taste very different?

Yes, it does.Here the other day I ate sushi which was made in a Danish sushi restaurant.Basically, the food tasted different because other ingredients are used. Denmark is also one of the countries where different kinds of topping are used on the sushi pieces.Although I ate sushi with topping, the food had a less flavor than the sushi I make and which is typically served in Japanese restaurants. It is despi ...

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How the Japanese fish monger keeps fish in Tokyo

The Japanese have some strict rules for handling fish. On the cooking class I teach I follow the Japanese rules which are more strictly than the Danish rules. I do this for the health of the students. It does matter how fish are stored. All fish species have their own bacteria and to prevent the different bacteria from being transferred to each other, it is best to keep fish separate. In Japan, it is not en ...

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Is it unhealthy to eat a lot of tuna?

The tuna is a popular fish eaten all over the world.As most people are aware that tuna contains a little mercury because the humans is having difficult in taking care of the planet. The National Board of Health recommends that you do not eat more than 200 grams of tuna per week. The Japanese are the people in the world who eat the most tuna. The Japanese population decreases approx. 80% of all the tuna sold ...

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What is the biggest challenge as a beginner?

There are many challenges if you've never made sushi before. There is of course a big difference if the sushi is made at home or in in a restaurant. There is a few challenging such as, - Selecting the Japanese ingredients and raw materials used for sushi. - To cook tasty and perfect rice. - To fillet and cut fish for sushi. - To prepare various raw materials for sushi - Creating tasty sushi, so the individu ...

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What is the biggest challenge in learning how to make sushi?

I would like to say that cooking rice is the challenge in Denmark. The weather in Denmark is highly interchangeable with other countries such as the south of France. We have 4 seasons and it is often seen that the temperature changes several times within the different seasons. This means that it takes longer to learn how to cook sushi rice because you must be able to cook sushi to perfection in all kinds of ...

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Do Japanese sushi restaurants decorate the food in the same way as in Denmark?

If you visit a classic Japanese sushi restaurant in Tokyo, then Japanese sushi will look with European eyes a little boring. In Japan the restaurants do not have the tradition of decorating the food as we do in Europe. This is because Japanese sushi chefs have a different gastronomic view of their food in Denmark. In Japan there is no chili mayonnaise it is a European specialty. If a Japanese sushi restaura ...

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