Tonight, before heading out to an All-Candidate’s debate for my riding, I stopped at a Japanese restaurant for some Miso Soup, Seaweed Salad and a couple Temaki (sushi rolled like a cone).
I'm not sure if you've had seaweed salad before, but if you haven't, it looks kinda like string beans with a hint of slime, and is very crunchy. The "tangy" sauce, was--uh--different; the dish tasted like what I suspected it might. What that flavour is, I don't know. They were very crunchy and you had to really chomp on them. I did manage to eat my whole plate, and hopefully nobody saw me battling it out with my gag refelex.
Anyways, why did I subject myself to seaweed salad and seaweed, cone-rolled sushi, when I prefer sashimi (raw fish, no seaweed) so much more?
That headline is one reason.