Artful, colourful, and brimming with pleasure, Glorious Sushi is glorious indeed.
Japanese sushi experts will tell you that a large part of the art of sushi is how deftly you handle the rice. You don’t simply shape it into a starchy wad. Instead, you “merely invite the grains to cling with just the right amount of pressure,” as Shizuo Tsuji describes it in “Japanese Cooking: A Simple Art.” Tetyana’s Glorious Sushi does just that: she forms the rice with a deftness and a confident hand-feel born of experience and expertise, of practice and the discipline of perfecting, and then the alliance of fish, vegetables and wasabi seals the deal of delivering to us that unique pleasure of well-made, soulful, sushi. Tetyana respects her grains of rice.
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