Blue sushi, the new wave of Japanese sushi, has taken over the sushi scene in the United States.
In fact, the trend is gaining steam in the West, too.
We decided to try it, and here’s what we learned.
Read moreBlue sushi is a fusion of sushi with a blue rice base.
This is Japanese sushi’s attempt to make sushi with an extra element: a white rice base to help the sushi turn golden.
You could call it a hybrid of sushi and rice.
Blue sushi has a very unique twist on traditional sushi.
Instead of a white fish on top, blue sushi’s base contains an extra ingredient, called blue rice.
Blue rice is usually cooked in a wok with rice or other ingredients.
You might see it in sushi balls, rice noodles, or even in Japanese desserts.
Blue rice is traditionally used to make nigiri, a type of sushi roll made of rice.
You can’t make nigiris without blue rice, and you can’t eat blue sushi without blue or white rice.
The combination of blue rice and white rice creates a very distinct and unique taste.
Here are a few recipes we used to get us started:Blue sushi, like Japanese sushi before it, uses rice, but the base is a little more exotic.
There’s a blue hue to it that is quite different from traditional sushi bases.
Blue sushi also has a bit more of a crunch to it.
Blue is a natural, additive-free food that can be used as a base to make many dishes.
Blue fish oil is often used to flavor the sushi.
This oil helps bind the ingredients together, allowing the sushi to stay golden and crispy.
It’s used in sushi rolls, wagyu beef, and even frozen desserts like blue currants.
Blue has also been used in many other dishes like sushi rolls and nigiri.
Blue isn’t the only ingredient in blue sushi, however.
It can be made with a variety of different ingredients.
For example, blue can be mixed with red bean paste to make a fish sauce.
Blue can also be used to replace white rice in some sushi rolls.
You will often find it in places like sushi bars, but not just in Japan.
The blue sushi trend has been gaining popularity in other countries.
In recent years, the United Kingdom has become a popular destination for blue sushi lovers, and the trend has spread to many Asian countries, too, such as China.
Blue is an additive-rich food, and sushi is no exception.
Blue and white are often used interchangeably, but in Japanese cuisine, blue and white have very different uses.
When you add blue to a white sushi roll, it adds a bit of flavor and color.
Blue serves as a nice white balance to white sushi.
In addition, blue rice is often added to make rice dishes.
It adds a nice texture and a little crunch to rice.
In the United Nations, the blue sushi craze is gaining traction.
The U.N. has been working to make blue sushi a universal food, so Japanese restaurants and restaurants in the U.S. can incorporate blue into their menus.
This includes sushi and nigiris.
The U.K. is a popular sushi destination for Japanese people in particular.
In the past, sushi was served in the restaurant lobby and the sushi chefs often went to the dining room to eat.
Japanese restaurants were also allowed to use a little bit of the sushi as a dish to fill their sushi plates.
Blue-sushi lovers have come to love this restaurant in London.
It also serves sushi, nigiri and other sushi options.
It is also home to the Blue Cat Café, which has been serving blue sushi for years.
In 2016, Blue Cat opened its first sushi restaurant in America.
The Blue Cat restaurant is located in downtown Seattle, where many restaurants have already opened.
The restaurant has a beautiful interior with a green-and-white bamboo floor and bright blue tile floors.
We recommend you try their sushi!
The Blue Cat is also the first restaurant in the world to use blue rice as a sushi base.
The sushi base is also white rice, which is a very versatile base.
Blue may be used in a variety on the menu, but its use on sushi rolls or nigiri is very important.
This means that the sushi roll and nigiriyaki can be cooked with a different color, a different sauce, or a different texture.
You may also add blue rice to your nigiri sushi roll for a very different flavor.
The color of the rice can also help bind the sushi together, creating a more even and flavorful sushi.
Blue-susanice has a sushi counter, but we prefer to try sushi at home.
When the sushi is finished, you can either serve it on its own or top it with a salad, sashimi, or your favorite rice and sashiri.
The salad comes with a cucumber, avocado, green onion, and red pepper.
You’ll want to choose a salad