Sushi is a centuries-old style of Japanese cuisine that combines vinegar seasoned rice with a variety of seafood and vegetables. The word “sushi” means “vinegar rice.” “Su” is the Japanese word for vinegar and “shi” is an abbreviation of the word “Meshi,” a colloquial name for cooked rice.
Contrary to popular belief, sushi is not all raw fish. Raw fish is Sashimi and considered a totally separate cuisine. Although some sushi combinations use raw fish, the ingredients vary with different types of sushi and may include anything from cooked fish to vegetables. What you add is only limited by your imagination.
Vegetarian options are available also. Visit us in the deli departments
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