Gastronomy is as ancient as mankind itself, since we found the need to evolve and adapt in order to survive. This type of evolution goes hand in hand with the specialization in society form the primates, to hunters and collectors, developed country, up to our current society.
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Step 1: Types of Sushi
Sushi has been spread all over the world, but many people don´t know exactly how many types of sushi exist. The following are some types of sushi:
Step 2: Ingredients
Step 3: Filling
Fish: Salmon and tuna
Sea Food: Squid, Shrimp, Sea Urchin, Crab and Octopus.
Vegetables: Fermented soy-beans, avocado, cucumber and plumbs
Step 4: Recipe
2 tea cups of the Japanese rice
1/4 tea cups of rice vinegar
2 table spoons of salt
1/4 tea cups of sugar
Step 5: Recipe
Heat the vinegar, sugar and salt in a saucepan over medium heat until sugar and salt are completely dissolved in the vinegar.
Step 6: Recipe
Maintain the temperature of the fire, do not let the vinegar boil
Step 7: Recipe
Now to prepare the rice. Wash it in cold water with care. The rice should be washed as often as necessary until the water is transparent. Let the rice soak for about 15 minutes.
Step 8: Recipe
In a pot, put 2 cups of boiling water and cook the rice over low heat, with the pot covered or semi covered, until the water evaporates. After the initial boiling, keep the pot covered at all times, as the steam makes the rice sticky and slightly compact. Once cooked, let the rice in the pan for 15 minutes.
Step 9: Recipe
The cooked rice is added to the mixture that had been prepared with vinegar, using a wooden spoon.
Step 10: Final Step
Finally, the filler is added to the mixture after it´s done, and it´s ready to eat.