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  • 1. By: Twyla Gollery
    What History Interest Me?Sushi
  • 2. The History
    The original form of sushi originated somewhere in southeast Asia
    It was adopted by the Japanese shortly after
    Today this type of sushi is classified as nare-zushi.
  • 3. Nare-zushi
    Nare-zushi was made from gutted fish stored in fermented rice.
    It was stored to ferment for a few months then removed.
    The fermented rice was discarded and the fish was only consumed.
    This was considered a great source of protein.
  • 4. Namarari
    The Japanese sushi was known as namanare or Namarari
    They preferred to eat the fish with the rice
    It became the most popular way to consume sushi and the Japanese had created a new dish
  • 5. Haya-zushi
    In the Edo era a third type of sushi was introduced, haya-zushi
    This is a dish that both rice and fish could be consumed at the same time.
    This type of sushi used rice in a different way not for fermenting as it had been until then.
  • 6. Haya-zushi Cont.
    Haya-zushi varies from region to region.
    Each community has a different variety that has been customized to the regions tastes and species of fish