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How To Eat Sushi | Difficult Food

How To Eat Sushi | Difficult Food

03 October, 2012
How To Eat Sushi | Difficult Food

Sushi is one of the world's most eaten food, but it's also one of the most difficult to eat: that's why FDL has brought you this simple tutorial on how to eat sushi and how to hold chopsticks correctly.

You'll never get it wrong again with these simple steps. You'll never ask for fork and knife, divide a sushi roll or dip the rice with this helpful lesson.Sushi is eaten with chopsticks and served with soy sauce, wasabi and ginger.

- Don't use chopsticks in not conventional way
- Don't dip the rice into the sauce
- Don't divide the sushi
- Pour soy sauce in the small individual plate
- Hold one piece of sushi
- Dip the fish side into the sauce
- Place the whole piece of sushi in your mouth
- Refresh your mouth with a slice of ginger

- Hold the first chopstick firm and stationary in a fixed position
- The thumb holds the chopstick firmly
- The second chopstick is held like a pencil
- With the tips of thumb, index and middle finger
- The key is that the bottom chopstick remains still, while only the upper chopstick moves
- The index and the middle finger pivot to meet first chopstick to grasp the food