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Shark Sushi Plate: Big Fish Eat Little Fish

by Paul Strauss

I love sushi. Not only does it taste good, it’s actually one of the more healthy things you can put in your body. I really should eat more of the stuff. But I have a thing about only eating it when it’s freshly made in a restaurant. I never buy the pre-made rolls in the grocery – and definitely don’t possess the knife skills to make my own. But maybe owning this sushi plate would inspire me to eat sushi at home more often.


The ceramic shark sushi plate is handmade by Avigayil of Avi Ceramics, and it’s the perfect way to eat your sushi – assuming you don’t mind fighting a great white for each tasty morsel of raw fish and rice, as you dip it into the beast’s mouth to get some soy sauce.


So if you’re a sushi loving marine biologist, you can order one for yourself for $70(USD) plus shipping by following the instructions over on DeviantArt.

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