Sushi & Sake


Sushi is one of the most delicious ways to preserve fish. Raw fish placed on vinegared rice wrapped with an outer layer of seaweed. The sweetness of the fish balanced by the pleasant tartness from the rice (optionally with a umami boost from the seaweed).

However, I usually don’t drink Sake when eating Sushi. Before or after is fine but I find there’s a clash with the vinegar and rice. What do you think?


Posted on 21st Jun 2013 in Food and Drink, Japanese, Musings


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imp commented on July 31, 2013 at 7:17 pm

Agreed! I only like water with the meal.

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