If I could eat one kind of food every day for the rest of my life, it would be sushi. I first fell in love with sushi when I was around 13 years old – me, my parents and my brother went to a sushi restaurant for the first time. Since then, we’ve become sushi fanatics. But besides knowing good sushi and bad sushi, as well as knowing all of the different types of sushi, I’d also like to learn how to make it. One of these days, I will sign up for a class and do it. 2 months ago
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Has someone tried learning to make sushi on their own, as opposed to going to a paid class? 2 months ago
How I did it: I looked up online for a sushi rolling class that would be offered in my area. I found one that didn't look to expensive and I signed up! It was that easy!!! It is just a matter of doing it. The only thing stopping you from learning how to make killer sushi and impress your friends and family with your skills is yourself! Read how I did it… 10 months ago
The title says it all… I hope to be able to make some killer sushi by the end of this class which begins July 14th. 12 months ago
I got hired as the new sushi attendant at table 45. a really nice restaurant in The intercontinental hotel. The sushi chem Eugene Em is a really good teacher. 17 months ago