23 May '11, 4am

Sushi Files: Hikari Mono: Kohada, Iwashi and Aji: Kohada If you are a Sushi newbie and have been aversed to fi...

Sushi Files: Hikari Mono: Kohada, Iwashi and Aji: Kohada If you are a Sushi newbie and have been aversed to fi...

If you are a Sushi newbie and have been aversed to fishy fish, then Hikarimono would probably be the last type of sushi you should try. Hikarimono literally means "Shiny things" in Japanese and refers to small pelagic fish which live in the water column near the surface of the ocean. They often swim in schools and are forage feeders and their flesh is full of heart protecting Omega 3 fish oils. This oil is what gives its flesh its soft and strong fishy flavour. In contrast, milder tasting, bottom feeding fish such as flounder and cod have very little fat the flesh as most of the oil is concentrated in the liver which is why we have Cod Liver Oil. These small fish are shiny and blue in order to look like the shimmering water on the surface of the ocean so that they are camouflaged from predators like Tuna and Mackeral. They usually reproduce quickly and have short lifespans...

Full article: http://ieatishootipost.sg/2011/05/sushi-files-hikari-mono...

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