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After the success of my first year of blogging, it is time to get back in the swing of things. Now that I have a full-time job, I am not free to travel as often. In the past, I did a lot of traveling to visit family members, so I had time to get out there and explore a lot of different destinations and people. Nowadays, I am traveling less, but I am still trying to see and do as much as I can. The only problem is, there are only so many months in a year!
One thing I love about going back home is that I have all of my old friends and family. I still go back to college to visit and play with all of the cute puppies and cats that I have been so attached to all this time. I get to see how my college friends have all changed and grown up as well as all my high school friends. I also get to enjoy the beauty of the home I was rsed in. I get to see all of the familiar streets and familiar faces. Even though I’ve been gone for years, I still get a little homesick.
The best part about all of this is that Japan is just about 10 hours from my home! Although it will be awhile until I’m actually there, I will eventually see all the places I’ve been talking about and getting a little taste of Japan.
Today I want to talk about my favorite sushi in Japan. I am so happy to say that I haven’t been to Japan yet, but my sushi has been amazing! The first time I ate Japanese food was when I ate my first bowl of ramen. I was eating at a little ramen restaurant and I remember the sauce being so delicious.
I remember thinking that ramen was the best thing that I had ever eaten! I didn’t know it then, but my love for ramen started that day. Today, I still love ramen and eat it dly. I will never forget that first time. However, when I started eating sushi I fell in love with the Japanese food. I remember thinking that the ingredients were so fresh and I just couldn’t get enough of it!
This time around I’m going to tell you about the most awesome sushi I have ever eaten in Japan! I will start out by saying that I really really love all of the different types of sushi that you can eat in Japan. I have been to some great sushi spots in Japan that have all different varieties of sushi. However, I have yet to try the most popular sushi that you can find all over the world.
So today, I’m talking about this amazing white roll sushi from Sushi Tani. It’s a traditional white roll sushi that you get at Sushi Tani in the Yokohama station in the Orix building. It’s so incredible! It’s just the perfect mix of the ingredients that create a delicious flavor. I’m not sure how they get it so well balanced, but I just can’t get enough of it!
To give you a little bit of insight, I’m going to share with you a little more about this awesome white roll from Sushi Tani. I will start with the inside of the roll. The inner bottom of the roll is a piece of a special wakame, that is used in a special roll. I believe the ingredient is wakame because that’s what it says when you look at the picture above. Then, you have spicy kon-toro. This is a type of tuna and I was actually a little bit surprised by the delicious flavor. Then, we have two different flavors of tuna. One is maguro and the other is hamachi. The maguro is a mild flavor that doesn’t really have much of a flavor. The hamachi is a bit stronger. It’s a little bit sweet, a little bit salty, a little bit tangy. It’s so good. You can really taste the flavors in there.
I am also going to share with you the color of the roll. When you look at the pictures above, you can see that the roll is just a beautiful white color. It’s kind of like a cloud. I was told that it’s actually a special rice blend. I didn’t realize that it was a special rice. It’s like no ordinary sushi rice. So, what I’m going to do is take you on a journey to find out why this is the white roll that I am talking about. I’m going to tell you about some great ingredients that you can have with this. I am going to tell you the great flavors that you are going to get. There’s going to be some things that you are going to love. Some things that you may not like so much, but I think you are going to have fun trying it out. So, I’m going to go into this a little bit deeper and just talk about why I think this is a white rice. It’s probably a healthier type of rice. I believe that it’s been certified to be a certified non-GMO, gluten-free, GMO-free, and it’s certified organic. So, I believe that this is actually a really healthy roll. So, why do I think that it’s white? Because it is a really white rice. It’s an opaque white rice. You can see all the white rice underneath the roll. This is a rice that’s been steamed or boiled.
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>,>, So, it’s white rice. I’m going to take you to Japan. What did I say? It’s a white roll, like no ordinary sushi rice. I would think it’s white rice and there is the real reason why it’s white. Because it’s a rice that you steam or boil. And what’s the reason that they steam or boil their rice? So, first of all, rice grows. So, when the rice is growing, it’s very thin and long and delicate. So, if you cut it up by hand, it will break. And so, we go to a machine, but I’m just going to go to the machine. Rice gets this quality when it’s in its youth, in its young age, so, in its growing period. This is when it’s a very delicate rice. So, then we cook it. And that takes a lot of pressure. That’s why you have to put rice in a pressure cooker. Then when we cook it, you get a quality of something that you get just by hand-cutting a grn of rice by hand. But what if you do it over and over? That’s all those tiny little holes. If you let it sit over a period of time, it will dry up and the holes in the rice, if you don’t