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09-24-2010, 01:49 PM

Here is the clip I was on about. Don't know if it will work outside of the UK, but we'll see: YouTube - Come Dine With Me | Sushi Surprise | Channel 4


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09-24-2010, 02:33 PM

If they got something under the sushi like a plate or some paper or some leaf, ummm..... may be acceptable.
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09-24-2010, 05:08 PM

Please don't think this is something common or that even really exists.


"naked" sushi
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09-24-2010, 05:47 PM

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Please don't think this is something common or that even really exists.
"naked" sushi
I defintiely not common, but it does really exist. (first hand knowledge)

The biggest problem is that the guests need to eat fairly quickly because of the transference of body heat to the food. Sushi is not meant to be served room temp. and the nerves of the "serving table" tend to raise the body temps a bit. The leaves under the portions are for visual appeal, but even more so for practicality. Rice won't warm up or stick to the leaves as much as it would on bare skin.

This has been an entertaining venue with other foods in the U.S. before I ever saw it done with sushi. But the portions for sushi work better than the other cuisines I have seen it done with and the display is far more appealing.


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09-24-2010, 05:59 PM

TalnSG, did you have it in Japan, or in the US?
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09-25-2010, 03:04 AM

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Please don't think this is something common or that even really exists.


"naked" sushi
Oops, didn't see it there.


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I defintiely not common, but it does really exist. (first hand knowledge)

The biggest problem is that the guests need to eat fairly quickly because of the transference of body heat to the food. Sushi is not meant to be served room temp. and the nerves of the "serving table" tend to raise the body temps a bit. The leaves under the portions are for visual appeal, but even more so for practicality. Rice won't warm up or stick to the leaves as much as it would on bare skin.

This has been an entertaining venue with other foods in the U.S. before I ever saw it done with sushi. But the portions for sushi work better than the other cuisines I have seen it done with and the display is far more appealing.
Ah, I see. Thanks for the clarification TalnSG. That cleared up a lot.


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I heard that it's very unhygiene to eat it like that...
Even with no "leaves" between her body and the food, I'd hit that, sweat and all . Wouldn't bother me. Unless she's dripping sweat and HIV positive, I don't think it would be an issue.
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09-27-2010, 03:18 PM

Hey, Hey! sweat still come out at least a little even in A/C room, and I think that when the customer touch the girl, she can be quite nervous and the sweat might come out more.

May be you can read this.

Sweat of infected patients may contain hepatitis C: inapparent parenteral transmission | OB/GYN News | Find Articles at BNET
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