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Vegetarian Sushi by Brigid Treloar
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Jun 10, 2015

it was amazing
bookshelves: non-fiction, cookery, sushi, 5-star
Read in June, 2002

For the better part of a decade, I was a vegetarian, and along the line, I discovered I loved sushi. Not the sashimi that most people think of when hearing the word "sushi", but things like inari and vegetable rolls.

This book offers an excellent introduction to preparing and serving vegetarian sushi (including alternatives to the fish-based stock often used in preparation of vegetable sushi), from selecting the ingredients to preparing the rice to creating a roll to setting the table. The color illustrations demonstrate the artful presentation of the food (and make you hungry just looking at them!), and many of the recipes include several different suggestions for filling combinations. This is an idea cookbook, not just a how-to cookbook.

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