We can’t pinpoint precisely when sushi came to the United States, but as of 2017, there have been about 4,000 sushi restaurants in the country. They are grossing about $2 billion according to estimates.
We can’t do the math, to be honest. But, using the skills we are best at (that’s researching) an individual is spending an average of $7 for a piece of sushi, tuna rolls, maki or whatever the food is called today.
And we’re not talking about fine dining or the exclusive dining session with an itamae yet.
Okay, we’ll get straight to the point. Buy your own sushi meal kit and save your money for your children’s college fund instead.
We trust you do your own math at this point and perhaps thinking of ordering this product, asap.
Good plan! With this DIY sushi meal kit, you can prepare sushi right at the comfort of your own kitchen. Don’t forget to invite friends and family so you can be the ultimate itamae wannabe.
A piece of advice, though. While sushi is generally healthy, especially with fresh vegetables or avocadoes, the recommended consumption is no more than six times a week.
This sushi tool kit from Kitchen Solo is an all in one sushi bazooka kit. Each pack includes sushi bazooka, bamboo mat, paddle, spreader, knife, bamboo, chopsticks, chopsticks holder, and even an avocado slicer.
Just play that sushi-making demo on YouTube, and this sushi tool kit will keep you rolling!
In just minutes, you’ll have your guests keep coming back for more.
The set is straightforward to use actually. Even without a sushi YouTube demo video, if you know sushi by heart then making them is as easy as 1-2-3.
One, open the bazooka kit, load with rice, tuna, cucumbers, etc. Two, close it and squeeze out the long tube. Three, serve.
Every piece in this sushi roller kit is made out of premium bamboo and food-grade plastic. They are all non-toxic and BPA-free.
They are easy to wash and clean and keep for re-use.
With this sushi meal kit, you’ll be the perfect itamae wannabe without blowing your savings.
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Introduce the concept of saving to your kids with this fun Itazura kitty coin bank. The Tora cat inside the box only comes out when a coin is placed on it.