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    It ain't bait.

    Anyone here like Sushi?

    Try some sushi grade tuna fillets.
    Cut them in 1/2" x 1" slivers (or slightly larger).
    Steam some rice and when it's done, lay the rice out on a cutting board.
    Turn the rice over until it loses some of it's heat and then sprinkle sushi vinegar on all of the rice.
    Serve the rice with a side of Wasabe paste or powder and a side of soy sauce.
    Leave the tuna on a side plate in the fridge until everything is prepared and then take it out of the fridge and eat it with the sides.
    Be careful with the Wasabe....it's strong stuff.

    It's tasty and healthy.

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    Yum, love it.
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    Anyone that considers sashimi/sushi grade tuna as bait, must have alot of money to burn...

    One of those fish can fetch upwards of $10,000 on the market...

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    Quote Originally Posted by oloenneker View Post
    Anyone that considers sashimi/sushi grade tuna as bait, must have alot of money to burn...

    One of those fish can fetch upwards of $10,000 on the market...

    Really, please share your secrets as I am going 90 miles out today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oloenneker View Post
    Anyone that considers sashimi/sushi grade tuna as bait, must have alot of money to burn...

    One of those fish can fetch upwards of $10,000 on the market...
    We have guys here that are fetching 32K for a single Bluefin tuna.
    I prefer the Yellowfin and Big Eye filets over the Bluefin, but they are all good.

    Since I started getting creative with raw fish, I feel better and my health has greatly improved.
    It's even become easier for my body to process it.
    It doesn't hurt that I have homemade refrigeration to control my temps EXACTLY where I want them.

    There are a ton of recipes and good quality wasabe is essential.

    The "bait" reference was in response to Terry Bradshaw referring to sushi as "bait".

    Guess you missed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chillbilly View Post
    We have guys here that are fetching 32K for a single Bluefin tuna.
    I prefer the Yellowfin and Big Eye filets over the Bluefin, but they are all good.

    Since I started getting creative with raw fish, I feel better and my health has greatly improved.
    It's even become easier for my body to process it.
    It doesn't hurt that I have homemade refrigeration to control my temps EXACTLY where I want them.

    There are a ton of recipes and good quality wasabe is essential.
    Don't forget the pickled ginger!

    You are making me hungry...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ga-hvac-tech View Post
    Don't forget the pickled ginger!

    You are making me hungry...

    LOL

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    Sushi = YUK !!!!

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    raw fish = bait...


    expensive raw fish just needs to be cooked.


    or its just expensive bait...

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    I will try to eat anything that anybody else will recommend and EAT in front of me.

    You can even ask Spotts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benncool View Post
    I will try to eat anything that anybody else will recommend and EAT in front of me.

    You can even ask Spotts.

    It's true. I've never tried Sushi neither. I bet they have some in W/S we could find........
    My doctor gave me six months to live, but when I couldn't pay the bill he gave me six months more.
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    favorite way for tuna steaks is rub it with a teaspoon of maple syrup and cover it with blackining seasoning and sesame seeds grilled hi heat 2 1/2 min a side and a side of soy sauce
    Constantly choosing the lesser of two evils is still choosing evil.
    Jerry Garcia

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    I eat a lot of sushi it's good stuff and healthy.
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