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Sushi Station with Photo Explanation

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Cut the Nori sheet in two, making one 1/3 piece and one 2/3 piece.


Cut the Nori sheet in two, making one 1/3 piece and one 2/3 piece.


2 pieces on 1/3 Nori sheets stuck together.


Take a ball of rice.


Place the rice on the Nori sheet.


Spread the rice leaving the center thinner and ¾ inch at one edge of the Nori sheet uncovered.



Place the garnishes in the center where the rice layer is thinner.


Start rolling with the help of a bamboo mat covered with plastic film.


Roll completely leaving the uncovered piece of Nori sheet outside the roll.


Lift the bamboo mat and keep rolling including the outside piece of Nori sheet.


Press gently making the roll even.


An outside roll on Nori sheet, ready for cutting.


Cut the roll in two equal pieces.


Place the two pieces side by side and cut in half again to obtain four equal pieces.


Cut each of the four pieces in half again to obtain 8 equal pieces.shushi15

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