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Sushi is a Japanese dish that uses vinegar as the main ingredient in the rice. Sushi is the same color as other Japanese dishes. When making, fresh sea urchin yellow, abalone, peony shrimp, scallop, cod roe, squid, white tuna, salmon and other seafood are sliced and placed on a white rice ball, and then smeared with fresh green. The mustard sauce is finally placed in an antique porcelain plate... such a color combination is the real "sweet meal". Eat sushi, pay attention to the completeness of eating, that is, the whole piece of sushi should be eaten in one bite, only in this way, can truly taste the delicious taste of sushi, the flavor of sushi and the scent of sashimi can be completely blended, the cheeks will be Filled up, leaving no gaps, the smell of the fragrance is nowhere to escape, in the mouth for a long time.
In the "Yanxi" style of the Heian period, which was completed in 1972, the sushi was recorded as a traditional Japanese food, which was born at the end of the Yayoi era. Sushi at the time refers to a way for Japanese ancestors to preserve fish. Apply salt to the fish and compress it with heavy objects to make it ferment naturally. When it has a sour taste, it can be eaten, and its taste is very good (ie, fish sushi). This way originated in Japan. This method was time-consuming and laborious, and soon it developed into a way of simply simmering fish with vinegar. In the broad sense, sushi refers to foods that are filled with other stuffing in the vinegar-mixed rice. At that time, there were some business trips, picking up rice balls with vinegar, adding Shanghai or meat, and pressing them into small pieces. As a food along the way, it was widely spread in Japan, but it was rare in other areas. At that time, the ingredients used were all kinds of sashimi (sashimi), and the name "Edo" was also called "grip" (ie, sushi), which is the most popular sushi today.
Sushi "SUSHI" and "acid" are sour pickled foods. In 700 AD, the year of Nara, the Japanese at that time, with some vinegar-prepared rice balls, plus some seafood or meat, pressed into small pieces, neatly arranged in a small wooden box, as food along the way. In the era of the Kamakura Shogunate, sushi began to spread widely in Japan, and it has become a common and delicious food. And it is welcomed by people.