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Sushi Bazooka Makes Perfect Rolls as Easy as Playing with Play-Doh

by Paul Strauss
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Every time I go to a Japanese restaurant, I stare in awe at the knife and food assembly skills of the sushi chefs. I can’t imagine making such perfect sushi myself, unless I could afford a sushi robot¬†of my own. But with this gadget, I might be able to at least approximate decent looking sushi.

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The Sushi Bazooka is a special extrusion sleeve that you load sushi ingredients into. Just layer in your rice, veggies and fish, snap it together and squeeze. Out squirts a perfectly round sushi roll ready to be wrapped in seaweed and sliced. It’s like one of those old Play-Doh Fun Factory machines, but with fish and rice instead!

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While it does help you produce a perfect looking sushi roll, it won’t do anything ensure that you don’t kill your dinner guests with raw fish bacteria, so be sure to stick with fresh ingredients, and wash this thing thoroughly between uses. If you fancy yourself a homestyle sushi chef, you can grab the Sushi Bazooka over at Strapya World for about $25 (USD).

[via Design You Trust]

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