School & work tomorrow; I'd like to try my hand at sushi with tuna/ cucumber/ avocado.
Am I better off doing it the night before , or early in the morning? Should I make 1 day's worth, or 2? We all love sushi, and its quite expensive to buy so I'd like to make it twice a week if I can stay committed!
Ya, it's trickier. Make sure that you're using sushi rice, not just any type of rice or else the sushi won't get that sticky texture. If you're using a pot to cook the rice, follow the 1:1 rice-water ratio.
When it comes to fillings, less is always more!
As far as I know sushi is only good for a day. If it starts to smell like fish you know it's gotten bad.