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The 6 Best Countries to Eat Real Sushi Outside of Japan

Japanese people have been emigrating all over the world for more than 800 years. Many of the descendants of these immigrants have maintained their Japanese language, culture, and of course their sushi traditions. Sushi enthusiasts like us are lucky to have access to authentic Japanese restaurants when we are traveling all over the world. As…


Gold plated sushi? Are you serious?

Gold plated sushi is the newest ridiculous sushi trend If there was an Olympics for over the top sushi, this roll would take gold. This roll has 12 different ingredients from all over Japan, squished together in a cacophony of sound and taste. Available at Shinjuku Isetan in Japan, this is one spectacular creation. So…


Keto Sushi – Sushi Without Rice

Keto Sushi – Sushi Without Rice In the New Year, many people have chosen goals of becoming healthier. Sushi is healthy and delicious, with the added health benefit of being high in Omega-3 fatty acids. But can you eat sushi when you are on the keto diet? The problem for keto dieters is the rice,…


Fish personality test identifies aggressive fish in sole farming

Sole farming has a mix of aggressive and passive fish In farming, including sole farming, different traits are more valuable. In a dairy farm, the cows that produce the most milk will be bred and encouraged. What may surprise you is that in sole farming, aggressive, pro-active fish grow faster and have higher reproductive success….


Pope Francis urges action in the fishing industry

Pope Francis recently called for an international effort to fight trafficking and human rights issues in the fishing industry. Why does the fishing industry have so many problems with forced labor, slavery, and human rights abuse? Fishing is dangerous work with few protections Working in the fishery industry is naturally more dangerous than working in…