It is true that Japanese people generally eat a lot of fish, as well as other types of seafood, but the cooking styles and recipes are endless. Fish is not just eaten raw either; an equal amount of fish is eaten grilled, broiled, steamed and fried. Most of our Japanese friends tend to eat sushi only once a month, which seems to be about the average. While it’s a popular meal, it certainly isn’t eaten as often as the stereotype would suggest.
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Comment: No offense mate but, regardless how you serve it, it sure beats the hell out of Vegemite!