8 introductory tips about our sashimi range

14 Feb

1. Bigger is betterLarger strips of sashimi are better to give you more flexibility when cutting to shape.  2. The top 3Sake – salmon, maguro – tuna & hamachi – yellowtail kingfish are the most popular sashimi fish we sell and serves as a great starting trio.  3. Back vs bellyOur two main sashimi cuts are back and belly. What’s the difference? The belly …

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Sashimi grade – super frozen – fresh vs frozen – nigiri, maguro, ebi….confused?

12 Sep

The wonderful world of raw fish The world of sushi and sashimi can be confusing. We’re going to try and simplify it a little bit by looking at some of the buzzwords, trends & cuts. Sashimi grade – Contrary to what many people believe there is no unified body that identifies and grades sashimi grade vs …

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