Are you guilty of this move?
That's actually two sushi sins being committed in one shot: Dunking the rice side and leaving remnants behind in the soy sauce. How many other faux pas are you committing without even knowing?
Proper sushi etiquette will keep you from making a mess, but more importantly, it will ensure you don't offend the sushi chef. I don't know about you, but I don't want to be the diner that offends the man preparing my fugu (you know, the poisonous puffer fish).
Commit these rules to memory, and you won't have to worry about a thing. Except maybe this.
Because eating all the sushi must be a sign of respect too, right?
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