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why is high end sushi not referred to as "chopsticked"?

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why is high end sushi not referred to as "chopsticked"?

macsak | Oct 20, 2013 08:20 PM

please bear with me, this is my first "general topics" post

i had one of those moments when you wake up in the morning where you have an interesting thought right away
this was brought on by a couple of recent posts on the SF board
http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/920616
http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/920409
when people make fun of high end "concept" food, they frequently refer to it as "tweezed" as kind of an epithet
so how come high end, expensive sushi is always held in such high regard and never made fun of in such a way ("chopsticked")?

yeah, ok, it's not E=MC^2, but it's what i thought of first thing this morning

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