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What is the last step in preparing fish for cooking?

Asked: Keven Hamel, Last Updated:

It is made up of raw or cooked fish, molluscs or shellfish, and seasoned rice. The ingredients are rolled up in a sheet of dried seaweed. The final stage consists in slicing it into rolls. This requires a special knife whose blade is moistened with a blend of vinegar and water between each slicing.

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