字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hey, guys, how's it going? My name is Michaela and today's Seamus Cats, by which I mean sushi cats, by which I mean sushi. No Japanese people are usually very surprised and pleased to learn that foreigners actually can eat sushi. It seems that in Japan, most people still don't know how wildly insanely popular sushi is overseas. However, in the western world, there's still a lot of misunderstanding and misinformation about what sushi actually is. For example, I'm sure that many of you have had this conversation before. This'll is actually not true. It's a common misconception that sushi equals raw fish, but actually sushi refers to the way that the rice is prepared. The rice is vinegar, and that's what makes it such a perfect match with raw fish. Don't be mistaken. Not all sushi is raw fish, and not all raw fish is sushi. So today I bought all kinds of Japanese sushi and even some things that are not sushi, and I'd like to explain the difference to you today. First John, usually in Japan, when we talk about eating sushi or getting sushi, we don't mean the roles. It's actually much more common to eat McGinty Sushi, which is the vinegar rice on the bottom and the neta fish on the top. You got shrimp. We've got egg. We've got on ago. We've got salmon. We've got everything that isn't to say that rolls don't exist at all in Japan, but they're definitely isn't quite the variety that you will find oversees. This is called a salad roll. It has egg, imitation crab, some tuna and a cucumber. It's no Philadelphia or caterpillar roll, but in terms of complicated rolled sushi, this is about as good as it's gonna get. My favorite type of Japanese rolled sushi is tech a monkey, which is just tuna. I love how this side of super clean and then on this side you can see all the fish coming out. Uh, however, this is sashimi. Sashimi is not sushi. Sashimi is usually raw slices of fish placed on top of daikon, meaning there's no rice involved, and therefore it is not sushi. Finally, this is only duty, which is completely different from the Getty. Sushi owning Didi is a Japanese rice balls that usually has some sort of filling inside, and it's wrapped with seaweed on the outside. It's kind of like a Japanese sandwich. But don't be fooled. Even though only giddy are usually fish, rice and seaweed. They're not sushi. The reason for this is that the rice used is just plain regular rice and not the vinegar drives usually used in other forms of sexual. Also, just as a side note, if you really like fish, rice and seaweed, but you can't stand raw fish, only giddy is the way to go. The fish feelings inside only GT R not raw. They're all cooked. This one is suck it, which is seven. So it has seven flakes inside. So that's all there is to know about Japanese sushi. I hope that this was helpful for you. Time to go impress all your friends and by impressed, I mean make you think you are a pretentious jerk. That's it for this week. What's your favorite type of sushi? I like naked photo. I like tuna. Everything. Tuna is just anything for me. I mean, on the comments to Saul.