Salmon roe is good for a nigiri wrapped in seaweed – but is fine from a jar so no need to be “fresh” – not sure when salmon roe is in season anyway.
Mackerel is in season so you could us some of that cooked or raw and it’s very cheap.
Bound to be some local prawns as well.Posted 9 years ago
Aleigh, don’t knock it till you try it. Better than Loyd Grossman pasta sauce anyway!
WCA… yeah… had seared tuna salad on Wed night and it was a nightmare trying to slice the (pretty much raw) steaks into 2mm thick slices. Knife was sharp enough, just stuck to blade. Will probably use my small knife and as you say, keep it wet.Posted 9 years agogeoffjSubscriber
Its a bluddy minefield to be honest. I would say go for anything FRESH wild and local (if that makes sense). Mackerel and squid are safe bets, but I’d avoid farmed salmon and tuna for ethical reasons.Posted 9 years ago
Here is the MCS list of fish you can eat without worrying about destroying stocks or habitats.DracSubscriber
After trying proper Sushi a few weeks back at a friends I’m sold on it was bloody marvellous. Only ever had the little packs from supermarkets before that which were edible but not great, this home made Sushi was ace and watching it being made added to the experience.Posted 9 years ago
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