SUMMARY ☆ Sushi Master

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Learn to make sushi at home and gain all the skills knowledge and techniues you need to work with raw sustainable fish in Sushi Master Nick Sakagami is the only person outside of Japan to earn the designation osakana meister or fish master In this book he shares his vast knowledge of all things sushi including sourcing evaluating and preparing fish plus delicious recipes for sushi soups vegetable dishes and that are perfect for the home cook Sakagami who owns his own seafood importing and consulting busin I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review From the publisher as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews I let them do it as they do it better than I do Learn to make sushi at home with lessons from the mastersNick Sakagami the only person outside of Japan to earn the designation osakana meister introduces the fundamentals of sushi starting with the fish Photography from Tokyo s Tsukiji fish market offers an inside look at where most of our tuna comes from and a deep dive into the tools techniues and etiuette of sushi ensure you ll never look at a California roll the same way againExpert recipes from Sakagami s favourite international sushi chefs and clients include variations of Maki

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Ess starts with the fundamentals including essential tools such as knives and cutting boards A primer on buying seafood features useful tips on sourcing and assessing various types of uality fish plus fascinating information on fishing methods and sustainability All aspects of fish preparation are covered accompanied by ample photos Recipes some contributed by respected chefs are uick and easy to put together and feature a variety of nigiri tuna unagi vegetable maki spicy tuna roll spider roll dragon roll After not picking up a cookbook in many years I ve been on a little bit of a binge lately Thank you to Net Galley and the publisher for providing me with the absolutely stunning digital copy of Sushi Master An Expert Guide to Sourcing Making and Enjoying Sushi at Home by Nick SakagamiIt s only been recently that I ve ever attempted to make anything even remotely resembling sushi At a glance even as Sakagami points out in his introduction sushi appears to be a simple minimalist food That should mean it s easy to make at home right Wrong Preparing sushi is a true artform that also reuires an extremely important base understanding of what fish to use and how you are eating raw fish after allThe introductory sections of Sushi Master provide a breadth of inform

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And sashimi plus seared albacore tuna salad sushi smoked salmon Japanese pickles red miso soup with eggplant and Sushi Master also includesInstructions for making sushi rice plus step by step photos for making rice balls for nigiriGorgeous recipe and instructional photos that will guide you through several processesRecipe and meal building tipsA glossary of terms and a resource list for recipe ingredients and tools Sushi Master is your definitive and comprehensive guide to mastering the art of sushi   Let me start by saying I love sushi and have been eating it for a long time However it was only recently that I actually joined a sushi masterclass and learned how to prepare it myself at home I was pleasantly surprised by how well I could do it The book introduces you to the different types of sushi and sushi etiuette Who knew that you were expressing disapproval to the chef when you dismantle your nigiri to eat it or add too much wasabi I certainly didn t I also hadn t realised that pickled ginger gari is a palette cleanser and should be eaten in between pieces of sushi and not as a garnish The book continues on the tools and euipment you will need and the high uality food products needed particularly fish warning you to ensure you completely trust the


10 thoughts on “Sushi Master

  1. says:

    I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review From the publisher as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews I let them do it as they do it better than I do

  2. says:

    Well written and informative and the photos are great If you eat a lot of sushi save yourself some money and ge

  3. says:

    As someone who is trying to make my own sushi I found this book to be very helpful Much helpful than many of the resources I've found online I like how it starts by explaining different types of sushi and the proper way to eat as we

  4. says:

    After not picking up a cookbook in many years I’ve been on a little bit of a binge lately Thank you to Net Galley and the publisher for providing me with the absolutely stunning digital copy of Sushi Master An Expert Guide to Sourcing Making and Enjoying Sushi at Home by Nick SakagamiIt’s only been recently that I’ve ever attempted to make anything even remotely resembling sushi At a glance even as Sakag

  5. says:

    uarry Books and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Sushi Master An Expert Guide to Sourcing Making and Enjoying Sushi at Home I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion is freely givenCookbook author Ni

  6. says:

    Sushi Master is a great book for those wanting to make sushi at homeThe Sushi Master provides an introduction on what sushi is and the different types there are Straight away I'm learning things as I didn't know sushi meant 'sour tasting' in its most basic form The author then explains the types of fish that are used and that salmon is a modern ingredient than we think in terms of sushi and the sushi etiuettes such as

  7. says:

    Detailed mouth watering and forward thinking while remaining grounded in ancient tradition Nick Sakagami’s “Sushi Master” is the best education on all things sushi related outside of a decade long apprenticeship in the busy ki

  8. says:

    Let me start by saying I love sushi and have been eating it for a long time However it was only recently that I actually joined a sushi masterclass and learned how to prepare it myself at home I was pleasantly surprised by how well I could do

  9. says:

    Sushi Master by Nick Sakagami sets the standard for the 21st Century cookbook We can all google almost any kind of recipe we need making cookbooks almost redundant Instead we need high uality books that offer us a lesson in creating unusual dishes or out of our experience cuisine preparation Sushi Master is this kind of cookbook; for the advanced cook wanting to make something they have only ever eaten in resta

  10. says:

    This book truly will make any home cook a sushi master The detail and care taken to provide the hime cook with the basic and fundamental information in making sushi As simple as sushi may be the preparation from the rice and

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