Posted May 20, 2019 15:02:03In the United States, sushi restaurants have been steadily expanding for decades, and the demand has always been there.
The first sushi rolled out of a restaurant was in Hawaii in the 1920s, with the first Japanese sushi roll in Los Angeles in the 1930s.
In the US, sushi has been steadily growing for decades as restaurants have expanded, and demand has been there for sushi.
In some places, sushi rolls are becoming so popular that the first rolls made at restaurants are already being served to diners in the United Kingdom, Japan, Canada and other countries.
There are now sushi restaurants in every state, the US and Canada, and they are serving up rolls at an average of 20 per cent more than the same time last year.
But it may not be the popularity of sushi rolls that is driving the demand, says Tim Stroud, an associate professor at Florida State University and a researcher at the Australian National University.
He says the key to sushi being so popular is that it’s a healthy food.
“Sushi is a very healthy food and a very nutrient-dense food,” he said.
“It’s a very nutritious food.
It’s really about having good fats, good protein, good fibre, and it’s also about having healthy fish.”
So if you’re eating a lot of fish, you’re not going to get a very good diet of omega-3 fats or a very high level of fibre.
“Mr Stroud says the best way to keep people happy and healthy is to be mindful of the health benefits of eating a variety of different types of fish.
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