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Old 09-20-2010, 06:17 PM   #1
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Left over sushi?

How long can I keep left over sushi (home made) that has no raw fish in it?

What will happen to the texture of the rice and any laver used for a roll?

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Old 09-20-2010, 06:23 PM   #2
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1 day max for leftover sushi and the rice will be noticeably drier.

Fried rice is best with leftover rice.
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You may find the rice a bit crunchy. It doesn't deal well with refrigeration.
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BTW...My daughter (9)and I make sushi at home too.
She taught me to use a quart size ziplock bag instead of the rolling mat.Works fine for round rolls.
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You may find the rice a bit crunchy. It doesn't deal well with refrigeration.
The biggest problem I'm finding is the seaweed gets chewy. The issue here is that my DH likes sushi and occasionally I make it. He wants to take some to work for lunch however and it would be made the night before. He has asked if I can make enough for two days worth of lunches and I am skeptical about how it will hold up.
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