Sushi is quickly gaining popularity as part of mainstream America's diet. Sushi means vinegared rice in Japanese.
Nigiri sushi is small piece of rice topped with slice of fish or vegetables. Sashimi includes fish, clams, octopus and other fish served without rice. Fresh, natural, delicious and healthy are some of the reasons for sushi's popularity.
The main ingredients of sushi, fish and rice are naturally low in fat, high in protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals.
Fat: Since sushi is often served raw, no fat is introduced in its preparation.
Protein: Fish, tofu, seafood, egg, and many other sushi fillings contain high levels of protein.
Vitamins and Minerals: These are found in many of the vegetables used for sushi. For example, the gari(ginger) and nori(the seaweed wrappers used in maki and temaki) used to the make sushi are both rich in nutrients. Other vegetables wrapped within the sushi also offer various degrees of nutritional value.
Carbohydrates: These are found in rice and the vegetables.
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