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Late Nigh Sashimi

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:gohan:

It's 1:45am where I am, I can't sleep, and I want sashiiiimiiiiiiii~~~~. And there's nothing I can do about it, oh what am I to do? I can't wait till tomorrow. Late night munchies has gotten to me, and oh could I use some Sashimi and Katsudon 😭
 

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i could go down the street and get some right now. mmmm :)
 

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turns out I didn't need to leave the house, I just had some for dinner, along with some curry udon.
 

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Oh come to Tokyo, there're some sushi restaurants open until 3am or even later.
But... I guess you've given it up and gone to bed now? xD
And yeah, I do understand. I sometimes have that kind of urge myself.
So, HERE's a little something for ya. :)

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Yum Yum Yum!!! I just had sashimi for lunch today!!! Ohhhh it was sooooo gooooood 😄 , thanks for putting up with me last night everyone. Just curious, does anyone else get late night craving for Japanese food like this at all?
 

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I don't get craving for Sashimi coz i'm vege but i do Chow mien LOL
 

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LOL, what a Sashimi-ful thread! :LOL:

Thank you for those images, Bezz.

I'm learning fish's names in English, thanks to you. 🙂
 

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Some non-seafood meat could be served in sashimi or tataki (seared sashimi) form too, like duck tataki

  
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Or, beef tataki:



The Japanese word for searing is "yakishimo."
 

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Another odd "sashimi," around inland regions, thin-sliced konnyaku served with miso-based sauce.

 

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I'm just happy I'm too closed minded and a bad tourist to get addicted to raw fish.

Its one thing when it has a bed of rice to soften the yuck factor, but on its own?, no thanks.

I can only emagine the number of food poisoning deaths in Japan prior to things such as modern medicine and kitchen hygiene.😊
 

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I'll have to try squid someday...
Be careful cooking it. Too long and it becomes tough.
nurizeko said:
I can only emagine the number of food poisoning deaths in Japan prior to things such as modern medicine and kitchen hygiene.
You could say that about a lot off countries. Hygiene in this country wasn't exactly brilliant.
 

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Yeah but the whole raw aspect of food in Japan ontop of those ye olde lack of hygiene must have done anything but help the situation.

😊
 

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板わさ

Itawasa, sliced kamaboko fish cake, is sashimi appetizer substitute / sake accompaniment at soba restaurants.
 

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Y'know, I've never in my life tried sashimi, but I have to say it looks delicious! :liplick: Who cares if it's raw? 😊 (Meat is still... flesh, even after it's been... heated up somewhat 😌 )
 
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