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<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td valign="top" style="font: inherit;"><p>I had some delicious sashimi the other night for dinner. I have been craving sushi and sashimi for a while. So obviously I went all out when ordering. This was my left over sashimi which was for the most part delicious. I have no idea what all the types of fish there were. I know there was salmon, tuna, and hamachi. The other ones, idk what they were. This time I especially liked all the lighter colored fishes. For those that don`t know, they`re lighter in color because they don`t move as much. Or so I learned in anatomy. In other words, they`re the lazy fish. </p>
<p>If you`re eating sashimi for the first time, one thing to notice is, does it smell fishy? Like, does it smell like the seafood department at the super market? If it does, that means the fish isn`t that fresh. Something else to know is, its good for you! Sashimi is a good way to eat protein as well as all the wonderful omega-3 oils. </p>
<p>Do you guys like sashimi?</p>
<p>(Picture is my own)</p>