Hello all, I've been looking around for Sushi Cookbooks, and really not sure which to get. I found the "Complete Book of Sushi" and "Sushi: Taste and Technique" both at my local Barnes and Noble. Both seemed similar with history, techniques for cutting fish and taking apart shellfish like crabs and clams. There are a lot of good pictures, and guides for how to do everything. Both really didn't have much in the way of recipes that I was similar with, though I do hear about the "traditional" vs "Americanized" sushi. That being said I'm hoping to look for some recipes and such that would be more fish based. As one of the comments on "Compete Book" they spoke about that there are more "vegetarian" rolls than "fish rolls," and I tend to agree there are a lot of things that I don't see myself or the person who this book is for, wanting to make. I know this is just a starting point for a lot of us, but I would like something that I feel would have a ton of great recipes. Maybe a forum or article, or site is better than a book, but I figured there would be some great books out there? Thanks all!