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Wednesday, October 13, 2010


+Sushi is preserved food, the salted fish, fermented with rice, was an important source of protein.

+The cleaned and gutted fish were kept in rice so that the natural fermentation of the rice helped preserve the fish.

+This type of sushi is called nare-zushi, and was taken out of storage after a couple of months of fermentation, and then only the fish was consumed while the rice was discarded.

+Japanese preferred to eat rice together with fish, the sushi, called seisei-zushi, became popular at the end of Muromachi period

+Yohei Hanaya, a creative sushi chief, improved it to a simple but delicious food.

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