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

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