DECONSTRUCTED SUSHI BOWL.

Alternative title lazy person’s sushi! This is what I indulged for lunch today after some hours of essay writing (Read: attempts at essay writing). It is perhaps one of my favourite meals. Why? Because it has all the same flavours as regular sushi- only less hassle, less fiddling and less time consuming. Cooking the rice is the longest part of the process. We like that.

It is also provides a great chance to clean the fridge, as you can put almost whatever veg in there.
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You’ll need: 
→ 2½ dl uncooked rice
→ 2 tbsp. tamari (or soy sauce)
→ 2 tbsp. rice vinegar
→ freshly grated ginger (opt.)

+ Toppings of choice, I used:
→ avocado
→ carrot
→ cucumber
→ red cabbage
→ a nori sheet
→ mushrooms marinated in some lemon juice

Cook the rice according to instructions. Meanwhile, you may start chopping whatever vegs you fancy. Once the rice is cooked, wait for it to cool down a little before adding the tamari, vinegar + ginger. Stir to combine. Portion the rice and add your toppings!
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