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Sushi Videos

Well, if 'a picture is worth a thousand words,'  videos are likely to be worth a million.  We've provided an assortment of helpful videos below.  If you have a video to recommend or suggest and you'd like us to add it to our website, please feel free to contact us at your convenience. 

Washing Sushi Rice

Carl Rosa, before hosting a large presentation in Atlanta, Georgia, begins washing sushi rice in the sink of his hotel room.

Making a 'unique' Spicy Japanese Mayo

Japanese Spicy Mayonnaise Sauce by youcancookgourmet.com with Joyce Ho. Video shot by Colvin Jason Exconde.  This receipe is slightly different than the one we teach in class...but give it a try!

Making Homemade Ponzu Sauce

In Japan - making a seriously traditional ponzu sauce at home using fresh lemons.

Sukiyabashi Jiro 3-Michelin Star Sushi

Anthony Bourdain in Tokyo - The best sushi in the world? Perfectly timed, 15 courses in 20 minutes.

Guy Kawasaki's Famous Homeade Teriyaki Sauce

Guy Kawasaki and startcooking.com team up to bring you this amazing BBQ marinade. Guy Kawasaki's famous teriyaki sauce is perfect for beef or chicken. You will be sure to impress your guests.  

The Importance of Sushi Rice

Anthony Bourdain and Chef Naomichi Yasuda discuss the importance of sushi rice. 

Sushi Rolling - The Basics

With a little practice, you can learn to make dazzlingly delicious sushi rolls at home.

Making Sushi Rice

A compilation of videos, added together, providing a direct and clear-cut explanation of sushi rice and how it is made.  A combination of advice from top chefs.

High school senior Kate Stoeckle and her father, Dr. Marc Stoeckle, discuss their freelance science project which revealed that some restaurants where serving sushi under false labels. 

Sushi Fish - Switch-a-Roo

SNN Local News investigates the difference between fake fish and real fish. It might not be obvious on your plate, or your palate, but you want to eat what you pay for.

Detecting Fake Fish at Fish Market - "Leave the Skin on!"