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Even in the SF Bay Area, I am perpetually amazed at how hard it is to get people to try sushi. Me, I love the stuff, but it's always a tough sell for others.

When talking people into it, I've found that it's best to start with tuna. "You eat tuna fish, right? Imagine absolutely fresh tuna, caught this morning, and prepared a few minutes ago by someone who's spent a lifetime training, instead of caught 4 months ago, doused with chemicals, and stuffed into a can by someone making $5 an hour." From there, it's much easier to sell them on shrimp and salmon.

Another good tactic is to go to a place that does all types of Japanese cusine. They can get teriyaki or tempura and try one of your Rainbow Rolls. Soon, they will be hooked.

Oh, and warn them about the Wasabi. Even if what we get in America isn't real Wasabi, it's still powerful enough to empty your sinus cavity in 15 seconds flat.

-Logan
"What do I want? I'm an American. I want more."


In reply to Getting others to try sushi by logan
in thread On sushi: by jcwren

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