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Perhaps you are new to Japanese cuisine, and want to learn how to make sushi. It is important to learn how to make sushi. This easy sushi how-to guide will ensure you have the best possible experience.

Keep it to one bite

Take one bite at a sushi bar. Sushi is an art form, so it should only be eaten one at a time. Although you can make exceptions for large rolls (handrolls), it is better to eat the whole thing.

Place it face down

This guide to sushi will teach you how to place it face down on your tongue. This will ensure that you get the best mix of flavors and textures.

You Can Have Your Hands

Some pieces of sushi can be eaten with your hands. You can order maki (rolls), and eat them with your hands if chopsticks are not an option.

Know Your Chopstick Etiquette

Although it’s tempting to mash your chopsticks together with your fingers, this sends a negative message about the chef’s skill. You shouldn’t try to stab the food with chopsticks. If you can’t use chopsticks, your fingers will be sufficient to grab the food. For things like sashimi, tempura or noodles, you can request a fork.

How to eat sushi with soy sauce

Use soy sauce sparingly. If you are not gluten-free, ask for tamari instead. It is important to not soak the fish in sauces, such as soy sauce and tamari sushi. After lightly brushing the fish with the sauce, take a bite. The rice should not touch the soy sauce. Instead, dip the fish with one side up in the sauce.

Ginger Is A Palate Cleanser

Pickled ginger is great for cleansing your palate. Pickled ginger is a great way to cleanse your palate.

Wasabi: How to Use It

Wasabi should be included in your sushi. Some people add wasabi to their sushi using chopsticks. Mixing it with soy sauce can cause it to lose its wasabi-like scent.

Now you know how to make sushi. Take a look at all the options available at Sushi Inc. in St. Petersburg. Call today or stop by to place your order

Sushi Inc is a vibrant restaurant that offers what is considered the best sushi in St Petersburg. Opening its doors in 2013 and becoming a local staple by offering live music, traditional hand-rolled sushi and a friendly atmosphere, our guests always have a top notch experience. Customers love our award-winning, fresh and creative Sushi rolls, Nigiri, and Sashimi. With a larger selection of tempura, non-Sushi, and teriyaki options, we can accommodate every taste