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    kid sushi - not for purists

    I was trying to figure out how to make sushi for the kids that was bite sized (for little kids), would hold together well, and had more than one non-binder component and I happened to see a little container of seaweed snacks while digging through the pantry. I made bite sized sushi-tacos. They were perfect. The kids ate lots of fish and avocado (as opposed to a ton of rice) and there was virtually no mess. I put a dab of eel sauce or wasabi (thanks, mhlee) on top and everybody but me went to town until they were full. Just for kicks, here's a pic after everyone else finished up along with the requisite blade present.Click image for larger version. 

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    Mmmm sushi....

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    Haha. I thought you were gonna tell me I need a yanagiba! I definitely do need at least one.

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    lol... honestly, i'm more impressed with how you guys are great at getting your kids eating all kinds of foods in fun, smart, and creative ways... its a skill as far as i'm concerned

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    I thought that this thread was about sushi made with baby goat: now THAT wouldn't be one for purists.

    I'm going to copy this idea when my son is the right age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty View Post
    I thought that this thread was about sushi made with baby goat: now THAT wouldn't be one for purists...

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    I knew that I should have stayed for dinner...

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    Yup. You missed out and we had some leftover, too.

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    Just read this, and that is way cool. Love it. My 7-year-old is a picky eater but gobbles up raw fish like she is a whale cruising through the ocean and straining it through her teeth. You've inspired me. I should tinker around with small sushi bites more.

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