My current favorite is called a volcano roll. It's shredded crab, spicy mayo, rice, wrapped with seaweed, and topped with what I think is Sriracha hot sauce. It's amazing , but really I'll eat almost any sushi.
Damn i loved Sushi. I was in Japan for 3 years and i ate sushi every chance i get. My favorite was restaurant in Japan where they have the sushi on a plate going around a conveter belt. Each plate cost 105 yen, which is pretty cheap considering they have two pieces on each plate. Sushi's i like to eat usually consist of raw salmon (sashimi i think) and i just dip it in soy sauce/wasabi mix.
My theory on the "don't eat raw fish at home" thing is that you can inoculate yourself over time if that's what you normally eat. When my mom cooked a roast she would store the leftovers in the oven, not the refrigerator. So I grew up regularly eating meat that had been left out. Someone whose parents were more careful about food safety than mine might have a problem with that, but I never have.
I've always been pretty squeamish about raw fish so I may have eaten it once, maybe twice in my life. I would not attempt to make sashimi at home. (I do make sushi at home pretty frequently, but not all sushi has raw fish in it.)
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