24 Apr '14, 4am

Fresh! Oh look, I made a pun!

Fresh! Oh look, I made a pun!

Metaphors be with you. Let’s cut the mustard to get to the chase: in a sushi restaurant, tuna comes mainly in 3 different cuts: Akami, Chutoro and Otoro. There are many people who will use terms like “melts in the mouth”, “meaty flavor” or even “moist” to describe these cuts of tuna. To these people, the fatty otoro is the be all and end all of tuna. But here’s my take. Otoro In a sushi restaurant, especially if you specify “Okonomi” or “Omakase”, the chef will start with the lightest-tasting and the leanest fish and progress to stronger-tasting and fatter cuts usually ending with Otoro, the fattest cut of tuna. Otoro is a light pink, almost white piece of tuna that usually comes from the belly of the tuna. People usually wax lyrical about how it “melts in the mouth”. And that is my problem with Otoro. I pop it in my mouth and it disintegrates almost immediately without mu...

Full article: http://food.recentrunes.com/?p=11375

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