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Default How does good rice taste?

Am I supposed to be able to taste or smell the vinegar dressing in
sushi rice? Does plain sushi rice taste good by itself?
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James wrote:
> Am I supposed to be able to taste or smell the vinegar dressing in
> sushi rice? Does plain sushi rice taste good by itself?


It should be a subtle hint of vinegar and sweetness. White rice does
not taste the same, and does not hold together as well.

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>James wrote:
> Does plain sushi rice taste good by itself?


Short grain sushi type rice is quite good. We use it (sans seasoned vinagar)
for dinner quite often.



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>here in LA,
>the best rice i've had is made by shige at sushi sushi in beverly
>hills.


What else is good in the Los Angeles area? My girlfriend mentioned a few
places.. one was in Beverly Hills, which was her favorite.

Man, I can't wait to visit California.

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>> I would highly recommend Asanebo in Studio City. I always order Sashimi
>> Muriowase, but my kids and friends have many of their other fine offerings.
>> If you thought you didn't like Uni, ask for the Uni! And their sake list is
>> great!

>
>Oh no, Art has no problem with uni. Believe me.


LOL, true.

The place my girlfriend mentioned was Matsuhisa in Beverly Hills.

--Art



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>> I would highly recommend Asanebo in Studio City. I always order Sashimi
>> Muriowase, but my kids and friends have many of their other fine offerings.
>> If you thought you didn't like Uni, ask for the Uni! And their sake list is
>> great!

>
>Oh no, Art has no problem with uni. Believe me.


LOL, true.

The place my girlfriend mentioned was Matsuhisa in Beverly Hills.

--Art

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>I would highly recommend Asanebo in Studio City. I always order Sashimi
>Muriowase, but my kids and friends have many of their other fine offerings.


Thanks, Nick! I'll mention this place to my gf and see if it rings a bell.

--Art
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