Sushi and rolls

gs pure

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Huh. That is really so, I didn’t think about it even

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yeah i didnt want to say anything. but yeah its more elfish if anything

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elbows his alter ego

Look at them!

hooks chin

Arguing over an imaginary creature…

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That’s my everyday



races3

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oh dont be like that.

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This could have gone in the food thread, or the Japanese snacks thread, but I put it here because I’m giving sushi rolls another shot. Been 20 years (maybe 30?) since I last tried them. Took a shot at making my own ramen bowl with the veggies @Hestia25 turned us on to. Not enough broth, but that’s my own stupid fault for not taking into account the noodles absorbing the liquid. The sushi is from the oriental section of the local grocery store.

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You made that? Looks Delish!

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Omggg that looks amazing, Enjoy :smiling_face_with_three_hearts::smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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Thank you for showing us those dried veggies! They totally made it. I will even spruce up my cheapie ramen with them.

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Awwww you welcome :hugs:
What did you think about the taste? I read some reviews and some ppl thought it had a very fishy taste. Personally, I think they are great and the bag is fill to the brim :face_with_hand_over_mouth:,

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Looks great! And tasty indeed

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I got the plain ones with no shrimp, so no fishy taste. I make chicken and beef ramen bowls normally.

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I also grabbed this from the Asian section of my local grocery store to sprinkle on top. Pretty tasty.

Have not looked online to see if it’s available everywhere.

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Man, i feel basic lol i just use rice vinegar and a poached egg. Beestie is over here eating the kings course lol

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I didn’t even put down all that went into it. Sliced chicken, chicken broth instead of water (that’s what the noodles cooked in, too), a huge tablespoon of the veggies @Hestia25 turned us onto, fresh garlic, the egg was fried in sesame oil, and I didn’t like the look of my store’s green onions, so that’s actually a small bulb onion sliced up on top. Then sprinkled that topping over all of it. EDIT: I forgot, I also added shitake mushrooms to it.

The dipping sauce for the sushi was this:

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Now I’m hungry again. Gonna go feed the dogs and then try a beef ramen bowl and eat the rest of the sushi. That pic was half of what came in my container.

It was hard to find one I could eat. They Tex-Mexed the hell out of them. Most had chipotle or habanero peppers in them. SPICY! SPICY! SPICY!

As much as my mouth likes the heat, my stomach says, “You’re old. Try it and suffer for the next 12 hours, Fat Boy.”

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You feel basic? Hell the only thing I’ve ever added to ramen was Chicken or beef, that’s it! And if I eat ramen its usually the cheap “Top Ramen” or “Maruchan” kind. I have not skills when it comes to cooking asian cuisine, even the basic stuff.

Don’t get me wrong, I can cook all kinds of stuff and I am a decent enough cook, I just suck at asian dishs. Besides, we don’t keep eggs in the house most the time as my roommate is deathly allergic to them, and im not a big fan of eggs anyway. The only time I buy eggs is when I’m baking a cake or something. (funny enough when the eggs are in baked goods my roommate does not have a reaction)

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I mean I use Maruchan and add alot to it lol it just varies on the day, Eggs are a staple around my place, I cook tons of meals that include eggs so I normally end up buying two full boxes just to make sure I have enough to make it through 2 weeks lol

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this is way better. you cant prove me wrong

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Not gots in local stores.

This is my favorite plain soy sauce.

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