How to Make Sushi at Home
The heart of Southeast Asia during the 4th century BC witnessed the emergence of the earliest type of sushi: salted fish kept in fermented rice for a couple of months before consumption of the fish alone. This method of food preservation traveled to Japan by the 8th century AD, where it developed as a cuisine served with the rice and partly raw fish.
Tokyo became the hub of sushi development as the cuisine's popularity boomed at the beginning of the 19th century. Sushi chefs utilized local vegetable and food products that enhanced its flavor. In the 1980s, the United States fell in love with sushi for its flavors and health benefits. And now you can make this ancient dish in your own kitchen!
Check out the video above to learn how to make sushi.