... rage for sushi and sashimi, Japan's raw fish dishes that overtook the West and have now spread ...
A fourth of the fish for sale in New York City markets and sushi restaurants is mislabeled, a study launched by two high school students has found.
The raw fish and rice in sushi require careful preparation for safe eating.
CHICAGO, June 16 (UPI) -- A Chicago man got an unexpected side dish with his sushi at a restaurant in August 2006 -- a 9-foot tapeworm, researchers say.
Japanese astronaut Koichi Wakata is craving the hometown taste of fresh sushi after months in space.
US astronaut Timothy Creamer said on Thursday he was impatient to taste "space sushi" courtesy of his Japanese crewmate after they arrive on the International Space Station (ISS) later this month.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Sushi will soar to new gastronomic heights next week when a Japanese astronaut blasts off for the International Space Station with a load of raw fish.
Sushi is now on the menu for the International Space Station, thanks to a Japanese astronaut.
Houston, we have space sushi. Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi is making sushi in space while floating weightless aboard his current post on the International Space Station.
... sushiThe next time you order sushi in a Japanese restaurant, raise a glass of sake ... be clinging to it.Bugs that live on the seaweed used to wrap sushi have given some of their genes to bacteria that live in the human ...
... walls of a red algae that is used notably in the preparation of sushi, is broken down specifically by an enzyme called ... , that allows the gut microbiota of the Japanese to acquire all the "machinery" it needs to consume the algae that surround sushi ...
... in Japan's controversial scientific whaling program to sushi restaurants in Seoul, South Korea, and Los ... of sashimi served at a prominent Los Angeles sushi restaurant in October of 2009 has confirmed that the strips ...
The owner of a Charlottetown sushi bar is responding to concerns from consumers about food from Japan in the wake of the nuclear disaster there.
Two filmmakers set out separately to explore the rise in sushi's international popularity, then found themselves focusing on the environmental implications of overfishing.