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Is sushi an acquired taste?


I have been into sushi for some time now, but those around me find it weird and only many times of eating it did they finally admit to liking it. I just remember how I like it the first time eating it.

 

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    Dave Rogers (snoblet) 4 years ago

    lol yea I was in Peru and they eat guinea pigs there and I felt bad but everyone that ate it had said that it taste good. I don't think I will ever find out but fish whether its cooked or raw some just don't like it.

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    Dave Rogers (snoblet) 4 years ago

    Yea we do eat rice quite a bit, sushi actually provides a good amount of fish oil for diets. Eating sushi actually doesn't make you feel full like eating something greasy. Not sure I can handle being a vegetarian.


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    Dave Rogers (snoblet) 4 years ago

    One of my friends asked me how can I eat that stuff while he has ate things far worse, like brains from certain animals. I guess it a preference thing too. It isn't all to bad though.

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    Dave Rogers (snoblet) 4 years ago

    I couldn't have agreed more to your comment. Keeping an open mind to anything is important otherwise anything new would be easily rejected.

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    Dave Rogers (snoblet) 4 years ago

    I really had a hard time the first time I ate sushi, but I was glad I did. We went fishing and the guide that brought us to our destination said that fish caught fresh in the Arctic can be eaten on the spot and it was real good, and fresh.

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    Dave Rogers (snoblet) 4 years ago

    Some people just get scared of eating anything raw. Someone I know will not eat sushi but will eat a steak cook rare but not eat raw fish. Just makes me think if its because they rather eat beef than fish.

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    Dave Rogers (snoblet) 4 years ago

    I guess some peoples' view towards sushi is like my view on cheese. It smells nasty and sometimes the taste is even worse. Fermenting milk is kinda gross and some might say the same about sushi.


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    Dave Rogers (snoblet) 4 years ago

    Raw is what makes it interesting. Anything can be gross. Just like fermenting milk to make cheese which smells nasty. People just need time to accept new things maybe. I think of sushi just as you describe it.