Is sushi Japanese?
Yes, sushi was originated in Japan, where the word means "it's spicy."
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In Japanese sushi means ãããthat means raw and cooked fish in seaweed and rice.
There is not enough land in Japan that can be used for growing crops or raising animals, so they tend to exist on rice that they grow, and fish, which they have caught for tho…usands of years. The ocean is all around Japan, and is the easiest way to get good, nourishing meat. Why sushi? Why not? Cooking food is more part of the European/American culture than the Japanese; besides, sushi is tasty. Now, if the Japanese ate a lot of pork, they would have learned centuries ago to cook it. The Japanese also eat a lot of pickled foods (which are not cooked).
This is just like asking why do Americans like hamburgers?or ehy do Indians like curry?
That is so simple.I speak Japanese at home.In Japanese sushi is actually called sushi.But in Japanese form of writing it is ããã
You may say 'oishii sushi,' written:ãããããå¯¿å¸
not in popular resipes but i dont know if some people do
In Japan they call sushi ,sushi but they call rice gohan and seaweed nori
Sushi refers to anything made with vinegared rice. Sushi means sushi, much the same way that "hot dog" means ... "hot dog."
'Sushi ga suki desu ka.'
yes (you spelt sushi wrong)
In English to Japanese
It is written: å¯¿å¸
In Japanese Food
Sushi is a kind of Japanese food, made of fresh fishes.
of course all Japanese eat it
In Japanese Food
It depends on what sushi roll you want to make but if it a cooked traditional roll like Philadelphia or California then you start of with a sheet of seaweed then spread ri…ce on it and start placing ingredients in then when your done with that you chop it up and serve. If you don't want rice or anything around it don't pace rice and if you want it deep friend then leave the roll whole, deep fry it the cut it up and serve.
Sushi originates from Japan.