Chicken Sushi


Am in Tokyo for a few days...all new to me, including the chicken sushi I had last night.  I'm alive this morning and that's what counts.


Comments (11)
  1. So what do you prefer – fish or chicken sushi? I’ve not had either and the thought of both kind of make my stomach churn!

    *grin*

    Alistair

  2. MSDNArchive says:

    The raw chicken was better than I expected…

  3. I didn’t even realise you could get chicken sushi! If you’re still there, make sure you try some fish sushi/sashimi with wasabi (green horseradish)… apparently it’s supposed to kill any nasty bugs 😉

  4. So you think that has been raw chicken, ehm ? Well, the wedding ring at the left wing should have told you…

  5. Anand Verma says:

    What was wrong with the sushi?

  6. Jon Galloway says:

    I had some raw chicken in Tokyo once and had no problems. We didn’t ask what it was until we’d eaten most of it. I’d never heard of eating raw chicken before or since – thanks for letting me know that it’s accepted practice.

    I’m off to the store for some Foster Farms sushi time. 😉

  7. MSDNArchive says:

    i may have incorrectly given the impression that I suffered. I didn’t. The saki took care of that 😉

    thank you for your concern…

  8. Chris says:

    Alex, oh ick. (Rolling eyes) Am I the only one who has read about how bad Asian bird flu is?

  9. Liam Walshe says:

    I never thought that it existed, after Rachael Ray said ‘there’s no such thing as Chicken Sushi’. The chicken is probably very fresh, as it would have to be, otherwise the chicken would probably have salmonella in it. It could also be steam pasteurized, to eliminate the salmonella.

  10. Am in Tokyo for a few days…all new to me, including the chicken sushi I had last night. I’m alive this morning and that’s what counts.

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