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    Neighboring sushi bar

    I moved in November and as I am exploring the things in my new area I have discovered my friendly neighborhood grocery has a sushi bar in it at the end of the deli counter! And have since discovered I am the only one in the family who will eat sushi.

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    Recently found great, fresh sushi here, too. I'm not near the ocean, but the ingredients are overnighted, rolled fresh here.

    Sushi is one of my faves.

    If your family won't eat it, just means more for you.

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    Sushi - to know you is to love you.
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    If you knew "Sushi" like I knew "Sushi" ... oh, oh, oh what a Gal !

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    They make it fresh right there on the spot! How cool is that!

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    what type of sushi doesn't taste like fish? or doesn'tany of it? I like sea food, but i don't like certain things like the taste of lobster will somtimes make me sick but sushi look so interesting i want to try it but havn't yet becasue no one around here has any! but down at my apartment there is a place, any recommendations for a beginner?
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    Its a fun food to look at but I may stick with the candy sushi...you know rice crispy rapped in fruit rool up....Yumm

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    I only tries sushi a couple of years ago and I don't know what I did before it .
    It is pretty guilt free fast food ,though there is probably a few hollow carbs in all that sticky rice . The japanese probably show more restraint than i do though.Who knew seaweed was so delicious?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_coffee
    what type of sushi doesn't taste like fish? or doesn'tany of it? I like sea food, but i don't like certain things like the taste of lobster will somtimes make me sick but sushi look so interesting i want to try it but havn't yet becasue no one around here has any! but down at my apartment there is a place, any recommendations for a beginner?
    I'd go with California Rolls. Pretty universal.

    My fave is salmon with salmon caviar. Hard to find it here, though.

    Bet you'll be a sushi convert, Cory.

    Sushi's kinda hot on a date, IMO. Something about sharing a food lust together. Just be sure to have major coin if you take your girl(s).

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    Awesome! i'll check it out once I get back to school! thanks!
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