This Japanese Sushi Chef Is Experimenting with Cauliflower Rice and It’s Delicious

Skinny Fish is making keto-friendly sushi rolls and sashimi bowls that even non-dieters will love
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • July 8, 2020
As a sushi chef with more than 20 years’ experience in the craft, Ei Hiroyoshi, an alum of Beverly Hills’ acclaimed Sasabune, never expected that he’d be making rolls with a rice substitute. He didn’t even like it when calorie-conscious patrons...
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