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Re: My first sushi & sashimi experience

Post by Chihiro » Sun Sep 23, 2012 3:00 am

Bill Barilko wrote:
Wellpisser wrote:So you have no response to Shoes..... That is so very funny.

Nice to see how easily a simpleton like yourself is amused.

FYI-we kill all our fish by slashing their gills/bleeding them out in the water-rigor mortis doesn't set in the same way and bleeding produces a much better product.

You wouldn't know this because you revel in google not real life experience-and that's why it sucks to be you.


Be that as it may, by rights the fish should be frozen before consumption, unless you want to contract whatever parasites might be in the meat.
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Re: My first sushi & sashimi experience

Post by Bill Barilko » Sun Sep 23, 2012 4:15 am

Chihiro wrote:Be that as it may, by rights the fish [i]should be frozen before consumption, unless you want to contract whatever parasites might be in the meat.[/i]

Who's rights?

A chiropractor?

The fact is that I have eaten unfrozen fish since at least 1986 and never suffered any ill effects.

The fact is that 100% of the Red Tuna-Bluefin, Yellowfin & Big Eye consumed in Vancouver is imported fresh/never frozen and there has never been a case of any illness contracted as a result.Albacore is FAS for convenience sake but I've eaten fresh offshore while fishing off Oregon and never had any issues.
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Re: My first sushi & sashimi experience

Post by Wellpisser » Mon Sep 24, 2012 5:01 am

Poor Harry, unable to argue with shoes, all he has is bluff and bluster-not good when somebody who actually knows what they are talking about calls your bluff, is it Harry?

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Re: My first sushi & sashimi experience

Post by Bill Barilko » Wed Oct 03, 2012 5:07 am

Made it back to Kaide Sushi for dinner last night- absolutely tremendous little meal.

Sockeye Salmon/Albacore Tuna Sashimi, Tobiko Nigiri, Tamago Nigiri, Ikura Nigiri, and of course my all time fave Negitoro Cone.

Few here could have appreciated it as much as I.

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Re: My first sushi & sashimi experience

Post by Bill Barilko » Wed Oct 03, 2012 5:10 am

Some douchebag idiot/asshole came in halfway through my meal and asked if Kaide was an AYCE-he was quickly laughed out of the place.
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Re: My first sushi & sashimi experience

Post by pezworld » Wed Oct 03, 2012 5:13 am

Mmm,
though I'd pass on the uni pictured... just don't like the look of it and from memory probably the taste as well.
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Re: My first sushi & sashimi experience

Post by pezworld » Wed Oct 03, 2012 5:16 am

Just googled Negitoro Cone and came up with this.
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Re: My first sushi & sashimi experience

Post by Bill Barilko » Wed Oct 03, 2012 5:28 am

pezworld wrote:Just googled Negitoro Cone and came up with this

Negitoro is usually served in a roll here but they'll do a cone if you ask.

As to Uni I find it just too rich-even Oysters I can only eat a few.
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Re: My first sushi & sashimi experience

Post by pezworld » Wed Oct 03, 2012 5:33 am

Would any of the Vancouver Japanese restaurants ever serve the hot mess that is Okonomiyaki? We had some in Hiroshima, mine with Oysters (ehs won't touch them), and the oysters (local from Hiroshima) were indeed a bit much.
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Re: My first sushi & sashimi experience

Post by Bill Barilko » Wed Oct 03, 2012 5:53 am

pezworld wrote:Would any of the Vancouver Japanese restaurants ever serve the hot mess that is Okonomiyaki? We had some in Hiroshima, mine with Oysters (ehs won't touch them), and the oysters (local from Hiroshima) were indeed a bit much.

Yes there are a few places that do it-a couple different versions too.

I like Cafe Marulilu but their version is relatively civilised/neat/organised not like some of the messier ones I've seen.

I may eat lunch there tomorrow-or the day after.
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Re: My first sushi & sashimi experience

Post by Godjira » Wed Oct 03, 2012 6:36 am

Oh, and how come no mention of fugu.

It's fan-fugu-tastic!!

I know a place where you get a set. First, fugu sashimi, which is served with scallions and lime. Then, some baked fugu, and the then they serve the skin, and then there's fugu hot pot.

You can also get sake with burnt fugu fins in it.
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My first sushi & sashimi experience

Post by cuchulainn » Wed Oct 03, 2012 8:59 am

I tried geoduck last week.
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Tomi Sushi is the best sushi in Singapore that I have discovered.

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Re: My first sushi & sashimi experience

Post by snowgirl » Wed Oct 03, 2012 3:43 pm

Bill Barilko wrote:Made it back to Kaide Sushi for dinner last night- absolutely tremendous little meal.

Sockeye Salmon/Albacore Tuna Sashimi, Tobiko Nigiri, Tamago Nigiri, Ikura Nigiri, and of course my all time fave Negitoro Cone.

Few here could have appreciated it as much as I.

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Re: My first sushi & sashimi experience

Post by pezworld » Tue Nov 19, 2013 10:29 pm

Thanks, Wellpisser, for the suggestion and kirrabi for the reminder. It's going to Famous Dishes. This is what makes the Stew great.
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