Japanese cuisine is popular all over the world. And sushi is on the first place in the Japanese culinary. Not many people know what wasabi is for, what sushi glows in the dark and what kind of sushi is the most expensive. These are not all the interesting facts about sushi Praha.
The Japanese consider raw salmon dangerous because Pacific salmon is susceptible to parasites. Since Norway catches a lot of salmon, this country decided to focus on educating Japanese consumers that Atlantic salmon is safe even raw. It took ten years for sushi Praha and salmon sashimi to become popular.
Wasabi was originally consumed with sushi to kill bacteria and parasites. Nowit is no longer needed, and it is eaten only by habit.
Ginger served with most sushi is designed to cleanse the taste buds between different pieces of sushi Praha. Therefore, if you put it on top of the roll, it can be offensive to the chef.
4. Sushi Praha
There are about 340 sushi restaurants in Praha, and about 45,000 in Japan. Most European consumers do not know that sushi Praha needs to be eaten with their hands and not with chopsticks.
There is a reason why the name “kappa” often appears in the name of sushi with cucumber. In Japanese mythology, there is a Kappa creature that lives in ponds and loves cucumbers.
Sushi was originally a method of preserving fish. Later people started eating it with rice.
7. Glowing sushi
Transgenic fish are sometimes used in sushi. This is done for glowing sushi in the dark.
8. Over 80% tuna
The most expensive sushi tuna was sold for $ 1.8 million for 222 kilograms in Japan. More than 80% of the global tuna crop is eaten by the Japanese.
You can try the best Sushi Praha in our Sanduga Fusion Restaurant in Karlín district.