So today I, as well as my friend Kristi, participated in a sushi rolling class provided by one of my favorite places, Whole Foods.
This was the second part to their sushi rolling class. I never attended the first part unfortunately, but glad I got to make it the second time around!
This class was very informative and fun too (oh yeah yummy obviously!). Sushi is actually pretty simple to roll, once you get the hang of it of course. The instructors were all awesome and friendly, everyone made sure that we were rolling the sushi properly throughout each step.
We made three different types, two sushi rolls and one nigiri.
First you gotta start off with the nori (seaweed)…
First roll: smoked salmon with cream cheese!
Cucumber inside out roll
And then this little yummy number…
I love all the classes that Whole Foods provides. I’ve done a cooking with coffee class as well as a raw mylks class. All informative, successful, and tasty too (always).
The sushi chef from Genji sushi made extra rolls for us to try as well. This is what our final take home containers looked like.
I want to make my own sushi at home! Unfortunately WFs only provided us with white rice, but I’d love to try using brown rice or even quinoa in my sushi roll.
Kristi enjoying some marvelous sushi…