Chirashi sushi 日本語: ちらし寿司
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Chirashizushi: Chirashizushi is a form of sushi, a food well-known in the west and often mistaken for raw fish or raw seafood. Raw, slightly cooked or vinegared seafood is properly called sashimi. There are many types of sushi in Japan and rice is the common ingredient to all types.

 uncooked rice
Chirashizusho no moto (canned vegetables in vinegar sauce) also called Sushi taro
carrots, cucumbers
eggs, prepared as “golden threads”
nori (dried, pressed sheets of seaweed), broken into bits
dried fish (optional)

 Chirashizushi by Loc Tran
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