With $10 in a pound of sushi-grade salmon and a pound of sushi-grade tuna from Whole Foods, I hand-rolled sushi for the first time.
Each roll probably cost about $2 to make at most, as opposed to the $5 to $6 you could expect to pay in a store or restaurant. And they were surprisingly delicious and halfway decent looking. Cool. We did so while the Eagles got beaten.
I found that the difference wasn’t the quality, provided you get good fresh fish — and I think we did — the difference is that a professional can do the work considerably faster.
$10 in sushi (half pound total, quarter of salmon and tuna respectively)
1.5 cups of rice made, 1 Avocado, 1 cucumber makes 9-10 rolls