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Q.  Should sushi be eaten in one bite or two?

~Snood, South Africa

A.  For small, round pieces of sushi, you should be able to pop these in your mouth comfortably at once.  For the bigger, rectangular piece, this is a little tougher.  Not too long ago in Japan, sushi was actually finger food, which would’ve made eating a piece in two bites easier.  Trying to do this with chopsticks might result in the remaining half falling apart.  To avoid this, dip only the fish side into your soy sauce- cross your fingers!- and bite gently.




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