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Shark Sushi Plate: Big Fish Eat Little Fish

 |  |  |  |  February 3, 2013


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.

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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.

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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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