13 Things You Know When You're The Girl Who LOVES Sushi
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13 Things You Know When You're The Girl Who LOVES Sushi

Sushi is the greatest food in the entire world.

13 Things You Know When You're The Girl Who LOVES Sushi

My favorite food is sushi. I could eat it all day every day. I love meeting people who also share the love of sushi. If you also love sushi, this article is for you.

1. It's expensive

The really good sushi is really expensive, but thanks to Kroger, you can try good, simple sushi for as little as $6!

2. Your friends think you're crazy

I mean your favorite food is raw fish. Questions will be raised.

3. You're automatically best friends with someone who also loves sushi

Because it seems like not many people like sushi.

4. You want to go to Japan and try their sushi

Apparently there is a big difference between American sushi and authentic sushi, which I want to try and see if I love it as much.

5. You will literally try any kind of sushi, no matter what's on it or in it

Odds are, it's good.

6. You could eat it for every meal if you could

A literal dream.

7. You've contemplated making it from scratch

It can get expensive and I have seen videos of people using a "Sushi Bazooka" from Amazon to make homemade sushi. It just seems like a lot of work and it's just easier to buy it already made.

8. You have a favorite sushi restaurant

And it probably ain't cheap.

9. You always eat way too much of it

I've never kept track, but I want to know the most sushi rolls I have eaten in one sitting.

10. Wasabi doesn't really bother you

It's spicy but good.

11. You can use chopsticks

Confession: I still use cheater chopsticks, but most people are able to use chopsticks.

12. It's your first choice when going out for dinner

"Want to get sushi?"

13. You're always telling people to try sushi

'Cause it is so good!!!

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