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How To Make Sushi


Sushi rice
Rice vinegar
Seaweed paper
Avocado
Cream cheese
Crab

Make a cup of sushi rice
Add the rice vinegar as directed on bottle.
Cool rice.
Lay seaweed paper down on sushi map.
Press rice on seaweed paper.
Add crab, avocado and cream cheese.
Roll up
At the end, add water to the seaweed paper so it sticks together.
Cut and serve.

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