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Pop-up sushi in a plastic tube

goodhealthgourmet | Mar 5, 201003:59 PM     24

i caught a snippet about this on the FN show "Unwrapped" the other night, and i just had to ask my fellow Chowhounds what you think. it's a machine-formed sushi roll packed in a clear plastic tube, and it comes with a "handle" of soy sauce attached. you detach the handle, pop off the top of the tube, and [if you want to] pour soy sauce over the exposed piece at the top of the roll. you then use the handle to push up the bottom of the tube, ejecting the top piece to eat.

am i the only one who thinks this is just WRONG?

http://www.sushipopper.com/

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