[h1]Cooking Term[/h1]
Sushi and Sashimi: Often confused, sushi is a rice ball, flattened and filled with fish, seafood or shellfish, ginger, vegetables and then wrapped with Nori Algae Seaweed.

Sashimi on the other hand, is very thinly cut fish or sliced shellfish that has been marinated in Sake and is eaten uncooked or raw and is sitting on a mound of steamed rice.

They are both served with Daikon, a Japanese radish variety, ginger slices, Japanese Soy Sauce Kikkoman and Wasabi, a green radish root which is quite piquant.