Sushi is the stuff. I love that stuff. Also, Egg rolls are the stuff as well. In fact, almost all things I've had that has a Japanese origin is the stuff. So, yeah.
Then I shrugged at AlexWii3.
If you don't love sushi, god hates you and decided to rub a dog's ass on your taste buds before letting you be born. Thus, the first thing you tasted being shit, that's all you'll like.
Overreacting aside, couldn't agree more, bro. Sushi is my favorite food by far, and I've yet to explore even half of the cuisine's possibilities, thanks to poverty. Better yet you can't get much healthier than sushi (... Except for bacon-wrapped crab), so... You can't lose! =D
'Less you get fed poorly prepared puffer fish.
I never tried sushi, it doesn't sound so great, raw fish...feel me?
I dont know how in the hell that sounds good!...im not saying its bad since i never ate it but....damn.
Ive tasted seeweed and its nothing really, has a wierd after taste. Rice is kickass. Crab..hmmm...never tried. Not into sea food really.
J is correct, some of the best rolls can be cooked.
Seaweed used in sushi is generally more thin and flavorless than anything you'd find elsewhere, be it from the sea straight up (salty...) or in some other uncommon food. Seaweed has absolutely no impact on the flavor of sushi either; there's just as much sushi with seaweed as their is without, really.
The key to any food is to give it a try, yeah? Just down a piece of California Roll (first time sushi eaters usually go for this; nothing raw as it has shrimp or crab for the meat, and generally appeals to everyone's palette) and see how it tastes. If you don't like it, you only lost a few $ at the risk of finding a new food that just might be epic, yeah?
Not like you're spending $20 on a pound of lobster that you somehow might think is disgusting, eh? (Mmmm... Lobster)