When I have a plate with a variety of food on it, I always leave the best tasting food for last.
who in their right mind would eat plain mayo anywaysI licked a bit off my finger when I was making tuna salad. It's not bad, but it's kind of next to margarine on things you probably shouldn't eat on its own.
In ancient Chinese medicine, there are a lot of things that you can not eat at the same time, beacuse their chemical reaction is harmful to the human body: Eating crab meat and persimmons at the same time will give you a diarrhea, eating Tofu and Spinach will give you gallstones... I need to find a tablet for this.Some of them are pretty much rumors, while others makes sense. Consult your
Kaona wrote:This may sound weird but...blushed so bad while reading this
I can't immediately bite into anything that isn't soft. I have to put it in my mouth, "suck" it (that sounds wrong) until it's soft and then I chew it. I think I also do it because I like to savour the flavour.
That also probably explains why I'm such a slow eater.
Sashimi without wasabi is definitely no. Wasabi kills the germs, so you need it to go with raw fish.Where I live, there are regulations for serving raw fish (such as the requirement to freeze the fish for 24-hours beforehand to kill the germs), so it's usually not something to worry about.