The Myth of  "Sushi Grade"

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As a food blogger who's been known to write about sushi from time to time. I often get asked how to pick good "sushi grade" fish. As you might have guessed by theThe Myth of  "Sushi Grade"
The Myth of  "Sushi Grade"

As a food blogger who's been known to write about sushi from time to time. I often get asked how to pick good "sushi grade" fish. As you might have guessed by the title of this post, "sushi grade" is the culinary equivalent to leprechauns or the Easter bunny. While the phrase may not mean much, there is a very real distinction between seafood that's safe to eat raw and seafood that isn't. It comes down to finding fish that has been handled properly from the point it was caught until it hits your plate. Head over to PBS Food to read my full post on this. 

As a food blogger who's been known to write about sushi from time to time. I often get asked how to pick good "sushi grade" fish. As you might have guessed by the title of this post, "sushi grade" is the culinary equivalent to leprechauns or the Easter bunny. This week over at PBS Food, I've written in depth about why you can't trust the label, along with tips to help keep you safe.