Monday, August 10, 2009

How to eat Sashimi?

Sashimi is a Japanese delicacy, which is basically nothing more than very fresh and very raw fish. The fish is sliced to thin pieces and served with all the Japanese goodies such as soy sauce, ginger and wasabi.

Sashimi stands for “pierced meat” or “pierced body” and in a Japanese restaurant you’ll find it as an appetizer or a main dish.

There are two ways to eat sashimi. One method claims that you should pour a little bit of soy sauce into the small sauce dish, mix in wasabi and dip the fish in the sauce. Others say that you should take a small amount of wasabi and put it on the fish. Than dip the sashimi in the soy platter and eat the piece in one bite, enjoying the mixture of the three flavors. It’s important to apply only a small amount of soy and wasabi – you still want to taste the fish, don’t you?

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