International Sushi Day
International Sushi Day is celebrated on June 18 of every year. Sushi is a dish made with cooked, vinegared rice mixed with other ingredients. These “Ingredients” included raw fish or other seafood. But not always. Sushi has nothing to do with raw fish. It suggests to the vinegar-seasoned rice used in making what we refer to like sushi. There are many types of this dish that are regularly wrongly called International Sushi Day. Sashimi is just a slice of raw fish. Nigiri made from producing a handful of rice into a mound, and a piece of seafood placed over the top. Maki rolls made from protecting sushi rice and various fillings inside a seaweed wrapper. The California roll was born, and the USA was available for its sushi revolution.
History of International Sushi Day
International Sushi Day was first celebrated in 2009 and created for one simple reason, to encourage people around the world to eat more sushi. Sushi took a while to spread far from Japan that almost a century and a half, in fact. Lastly, in the early 1970s, a Japanese chef in Los Angeles decided to see something happened if you put a bit of baked crab, a bit of avocado and some mayo under a roll of sushi rice and encased it in seaweed.
It wasn’t until the 90s that British chefs started to try sushi in America and ponder whether it would work for soft Brit, fresh to the taste and texture of raw fish. Finally, at the end of the last century, with a bit of help from the worlds of style and showbiz, sushi went mainstream, and now there’s somewhere to grab and go all across London and in an accumulating number of towns and cities across the UK.
Other Celebrations on June 18
June 18 is also celebrated as
- National Splurge Day
- International Picnic Day
- National Go Fishing Day
- International Panic Day
- Clean Your Aquarium Day
- National Cherry Tart Day
How to Celebrate the International Sushi Day
Celebrating International Sushi Day is simple and easy. Limit of one per personality. Half of your favorite rolls means you can either spend half as much or eat twice as much. Maki rolls have had the most mutations created in Western society. The “California Roll” prepared with avocado, imitation crab, and cucumber. Also, the inside-out the California Roll that has the rice on the border. The “Philadelphia Roll” has burned salmon and cucumber. the “Texas Roll” has tuna, cucumber, and is turned in crushed French fried onions. To express your feelings in social media, you can use #InternationalSushiDay.