Anthony Bourdain found out about sushi at Sushi Yasuda in New York City. Obviously, he would sit alone watching Naomichi Yasuda do his thing, and soon, they were companions.
Afterward, Bourdain admitted that the man showed him what he thought about sushi. Naomichi Yasuda was likewise talented in karate:
“One day I was sitting at Yasuda and two meatheads came in. They put all of their wasabi into a cup of soy sauce, essentially made a wasabi slurry, and started dunking in their fish. I saw the look on my friend’s face. I knew he could kill them with his bare hands. And I thought, in a perfect world, he would kill them. And in a perfect world, everyone would understand.”
From this experience, Bourdain made a comic book, Get Jiro: Blood and Sushi. Also, the late chef accompanied six guidelines on things that ought not be done with regards to crude fish.
Thus, the next time you stroll into a sushi bar, remember these principles.
- Don’t: Making A Slurry With The Wasabi And Soy Sauce
A few group get all the wasabi and soy sauce they can discover and dump everything on their fish. Bourdain emphatically prompts against it.
All things considered, you ought to basically taste your fish first.
- Don’t: Dipping Sushi Rice Down Into The Soy Sauce
At the point when you plunge sushi rice into the soy sauce, it will disintegrate and transform into a wreck in the wasabi slurry. There is no issue with having some soy sauce in your sushi, yet to try not to make this wreck, plunge the fish side down first.
- Don’t: Loudly Proclaim: “This Sushi Is So Fresh, Dude”
You don’t have to say this, sushi and newness go inseparably, except if you are in some wrong sushi joint.
- Don’t: Picking A Sushi Selection That Has Mayonnaise
There isn’t anything wrong with mayo, and Bourdain even confesses to being a fan. Sadly, it ought to never be utilized on raw fish.
- Try not to: Mistake A Lame Pan-Asian Place For A Sushi Joint
Not all Asian spot ought to be viewed as a sushi joint.
As indicated by Bourdain, incredible sushi bars are evidently like extraordinary Irish bars in that you connect with the sushi culinary expert during your time there and leave feeling extremely happy with the assistance you got.
- Try not to: Order A California Roll
It’s a sushi bar for the goodness sake.
Bourdain had heaps of information to share about food, anyway outlandish. Thus, you better trust him when he says that these are the six significant sushi rules, all things considered, he gained from the best.