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A Scrumptious Sushi Challenge

You might love relishing a good plate of Sushi... Bet you don’t know everything about it.
Here’s a fun way to get some insight into this drool-worthy Japanese dish. Play and find out. GOOD LUCK!
Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017
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Sushi was not invented in Japan. Sushi origin have been tracked to early 5th century BC in China. It was called 'Narezushi' which later on became ‘Sushi’.
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‘Sushi’ translates to ‘it’s sour’ in an older version of Japanese. The word points to the taste it gets from vinegar and salt mixed with steamed rice.
Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017
Sushi Fact
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Originally used as fermented rice to preserve fish,  sushi was altered to a rice-based dish, combined with other ingredients  enhancing the flavor.
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The pickled-ginger ‘Gari’ is always eaten as a palate cleanser after a few sushi pieces. It is not eaten along with the sushi pieces.
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Sushi always has rice whereas Sashimi consists of thinly sliced raw fish or meat with an optional serving of rice.
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Cucumber Roll Sushi or Kappa Maki is one of the authentic sushi dishes to savour. Kimbap is the Korean version of sushi.
Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017
Sushi Fact
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Onigiri are lightly salted white rice balls stuffed with different ingredients, often wrapped with seaweed and topped with toasted sesame seeds.
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Sushi is eaten along with various dips and sauces such as Wasabi – a slightly hot and tangy sauce made of horse radishes, Shoyu – Japanese soy sauce and Ponzu - a citrusy flavored dip.
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‘Kaitenzushi’ are restaurants that serve plates of sushi on a moving belt and customers can pick  their choice of sushi as it passes by them.
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At Japanese sushi restaurants, the chefs greet customers with   respect by saying ‘irasshaimase’ which means ‘welcome’.
Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017
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