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Why sushi is the best food

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The glorious sushi on presentation.

The glorious sushi on presentation.

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The glorious sushi on presentation.

Alex Nakamura, Staff Writer

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The purest of foods coming straight from the rice fields and deep blue sea, complemented by a delicious brown water, sodium-filled soy base that can be mixed with some green spicy mush. Sushi tastes superb, Sushi is a superior food above all other foods. If the food world were to be divided by classes, Sushi would be the 1 percent, out of the 99% of incompetent foods.

The national food of Sunrise Land is the only food that should ever be consumed. Eating other foods is complete heresy and should be punishable by Sushifixion. All of those who would deny the superiority of Sushi are simply degenerates preaching blasphemy. Those heathens that deny the holiness if Sushi shall be banished to the rice fields. No more will I let those partisans deny Sushi’s divine right to rule over all other foods.

Now before I spookify anyone, I shall explain a difference between non-believers who have yet to be enlightened by Sushi, and those who deny the superiority of Sushi. Those who have yet to be enlightened can be rest assured that they won’t be sent to the rice fields just yet. The unenlightened have the chance to be enlightened by sushi’s awe inspiring eminence. Deniers deny that Sushi is majestic and is quite paramount in regards to other foods. Those that lack the competence to accept Sushi’s hegemony as stated before, shall be sent to the rice fields.

Continuing on, Sushi is the best for a reason. Now some of you may say “But Nakamura, I hate eating fish” or “I’m a vegetarian” or something along the lines of “I don’t like it.” But let me tell you something: ANYTHING can be put into Sushi. Say a nice ole lad, Aslan, fancies himself a burger. He can get a Sushi roll, rolled with bread with beef in it, onion, lettuce, and ketchup for dipping sauce. Sushi isn’t just fish, seaweed, and rice; Sushi can be anything, it’s just the way you go about presenting and making it. If you’re a vegetarian then you can just put vegetarian foods inside the roll i.e. a California roll, which lacks any fish. To be frank, Sushi is a sumptuous food that makes all that eat it look cultured and refined. The elegancy of Sushi is magnificent and it looks oh so resplendent.

Logically, Sushi is the best way to get all your nutrients. Because you can put anything in it you can get an array of essential vitamins. Just the basic Sushi roll with tuna in it is healthy for you. Tuna provides protein, fish oils for the brain, while seaweed and rice are the vegetables that provide key vitamins, and fiber. Sushi is also really good at filling you up quickly, which means less food needs to be consumed, which is good for saving food and for keeping your weight down. Sushi is the future of food in the present today. For those of you looking to be enlightened, I would suggest going to a local Sushi restaurant and delighting yourself with the food of the gods.

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