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{grin} Thanks tadman. I've heard nothing but good things, but my dislike is brought on by personal reasons. I cannot stand the smell of fish. When I was young I was on a family vacation to the Black Sea, one hot afternoon, the people renting the cabin with us bought some fish from a local fisherman and when I woke up from my nap (I think I was 4 or so) I opened the door and the stench from the fish being gutted and the heat hit me pretty hard. I don't remember it, but I do know that my stomach turns when I smell fish.

So in short I am completely uninitiated :), I've been working on trying to get myself used to most ways that fish is prepared.

The foods you describe sound amazingly tasty and some people have told me that the approach may be to start with the vegetarian sushi. I figure so many people enjoy it that I must be missing something. One day I'll feel brave and go on a mission!

Thanks again for the informative words.


In reply to Re: Re^2: On sushi by blackjudas
in thread On sushi: by jcwren

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