Sushi 101

Sushi grade rice is short-grain rice that is grown specifically
for its starch content. This gives the characteristic "sticky" texture
to the rice and allows it to be formed and molded into compact
shapes.

Nori - Roasted seaweed sheets are used in many
different types of sushi to wrap the contents.

Surimi - this formed fish paste is made from Alaska
pollock, a fish with a lean, firm flesh that has a
delicate slightly sweet flavor like crab meat.

Avocado slices are common
in the famous California roll.

Toasted sesame seeds add a nice smoky
flavor to your sushi roll and look especially
good between your teeth!