Microwaveable Sushi | Junk Food Blog

01 April, 2010

Microwaveable Sushi

Microwaveable sushi in a box from the grocery store.

annie chun's sushi wraps

http://www.anniechun.com/our-food/sushi-wraps/sticky-white-rice

16 comments:

picnicplanner@smokersandbbqgrills.com on 4/04/2010 01:13:00 AM said...

hmmm, not too sure on this one. lol I like my sushi the old fashioned way, raw.

Breakdancing Melbourne on 4/06/2010 05:41:00 AM said...

Sushi is also including in Junk food???

Anonymous said...

do u know me ?

Arrangements for Children Lawyers on 4/12/2010 05:25:00 PM said...

Sushi sushi...I eat Sushi for brunch for a year now...crazy with that.

Sam on 4/19/2010 10:51:00 AM said...

doesn't the microwave defeat the purpose of fresh sushi?

Anonymous said...

this is clearly INSANE

Frank Zweegers on 4/22/2010 03:36:00 AM said...

Microwave sushi? Why would anybody want that? You eat sushi raw and cold....

Anonymous said...

I bought these but haven't used them yet. Any reviews?

Anonymous said...

No, the rice is microwaveable. That's all. :D It comes with precut seaweed. And then it has instructions on how to wrap sushi with fresh veggies.

Anonymous said...

Okay...I have to clarify something here for everyone who is talking about sushi being raw. "Sushi" refers to the specially prepared rice (which contains varying amounts of rice vinegar, salt and sugar) NOT the innards/toppings.

HowCookFood on 7/06/2010 02:50:00 AM said...

eh, microwaved? sounds a little to far.

Anonymous said...

These are really good...

Jen on 9/07/2010 11:03:00 AM said...

Where can I buy? This looks fun to try with friends.

Katie on 10/08/2010 05:13:00 PM said...

Ummm... microwaveable sushi? Isn't that, like, an oxymoron?

Horoscope amour on 9/12/2011 02:44:00 AM said...

I totally agree with you, Thank you for sharing this information, especially continue.

Anna on 10/06/2011 12:47:00 AM said...

Sushi is one of my favorite menu. This Japanese food consist natural ingredient and less processing. Microwaveable make me convenience that I can freeze it and reheat it when I want to eat it at home.

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