California roll in Nebraska? Risky.

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16 Responses to California roll in Nebraska? Risky.

  1. scissorbill says:

    I think it’s inverted.

  2. Jonas from Blography says:

    I think you’d have a lot more risk ordering a rainbow roll in Nebraska – more fish varieties to get sick from =)

  3. David says:

    Doesn’t California roll generally come without fish? California roll may be the only sushiesque thing I would order in Nebraska.

  4. Orhan Kahn says:

    So very true!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Iowa City sushi rocks!

  6. L.A.W. says:

    Hilarious, so very true, and by the way… the california rolls in Texas aren’t bad.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I love this site – brilliant. I visit often…

  8. Anonymous says:

    one of the rules i live by.

  9. Anonymous says:

    david: California rolls usually have imitation crab stick in them, but that’s the only piece of “meat” in them, at least, from my experience.

  10. Jonathan Fung says:

    Correct. California roll only has Avacado, Cucumber, and Imitation Crab in it. Of course there’s also the arbitrary rice and nori.

  11. L.A.W. says:

    Anon: regarding the imitation crab…

    Even imitation seafood follows the same rules… the “Seafood Law”, or something more creative than that, perhaps.

    I can’t explain it… but it is true.

  12. Anonymous says:

    I am from Omaha, and love sushi. It does not get me sick, and is indeed delicious.

  13. Anonymous says:

    I have had sushi at a Japanese restaurant in Lincoln and it was quite as good as what I’ve had from the same type of place in South Carolina. That being said, imitation crab is cooked fish and is sold in grocery stores prepackaged with the meats. It keeps fresh a good while.

  14. Ushanka says:

    I’m an Angelino and I’ve mentioned this before to midwesterners. For some reason they get really touchy if I insinuate that my fish are fresher than their fish.

  15. Articles says:

    Doesn’t California roll generally come without fish? California roll may be the only sushiesque thing I would order in Nebraska.

  16. Raph says:

    @scissorbill-actually, this graph isn’t inverted: it’s saying that the chance of getting bad sushi is dependent on how far you are from the coast.

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