Sashimi is also known as Yusheng. In ancient times, it was called sashimi, glutinous rice or glutinous fish. It is a general term for foods that are freshly sliced raw and dipped in seasonings. Sashimi originated in China and has a long history. It was later spread to Japan, the Korean Peninsula and other places, and it is a very popular food in Japan. Sashimi is easy to make, delicious and nutritious. But it also weighs the pros and cons from two aspects: from the perspective of nutrition, sashimi has not undergone
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