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maaaaan, is that for 1 person!

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maaaaan, is that for 1 person!

Everything is bigger in Texas.

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Just an odd factoid I learned while living in Kyoto, which is a day's march from the Sea of Japan.

Sushi originated as a very clever means of packaging raw marine fish so that it could be eaten even by people a day's journey inland, in the days before refrigeration, without resorting to the traditional techniques of salting, drying, or pickling.

So, the vinegared rice was just sufficiently preservative for the fish to keep during the day's journey. The classic sushi of this type you can still buy at small shops in Kyoto, saba zushi, which is just a piece of mackerel wrapped around a vinegared roll of rice, with a thin layer of pickled something or other on the outside.

A luxurious delicacy for rich city folk.

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Just an odd factoid I learned while living in Kyoto, which is a day's march from the Sea of Japan.

Sushi originated as a very clever means of packaging raw marine fish so that it could be eaten even by people a day's journey inland, in the days before refrigeration, without resorting to the traditional techniques of salting, drying, or pickling.

So, the vinegared rice was just sufficiently preservative for the fish to keep during the day's journey. The classic sushi of this type you can still buy at small shops in Kyoto, saba zushi, which is just a piece of mackerel wrapped around a vinegared roll of rice, with a thin layer of pickled something or other on the outside.

A luxurious delicacy for rich city folk.

Yep Sushi is about like Beef Jerky in the west... a way to hold food longer when there was no refrigeration.

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Hard to believe that this is a trading forum, everyone is just posting food

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Hard to believe that this is a trading forum, everyone is just posting food

why do traders trade?
To buy food.

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why do traders trade?
To buy food.

Just gotta teach the noobs that sim dollars don't buy food.

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[QUOTE=hs1130;450948]Hard to believe that this is a trading forum, everyone is just posting food [/QUOTE @hs1130

hey,


I trade for food!

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[QUOTE=tturner86;450954]Just gotta teach the noobs that sim dollars don't buy food. [/QUOTE @tturner86

uh, SimCity

although I haven't played it, don't hey use SimDollars?

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Simoleons (§)

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