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Dingbat Sushi is carefully made to depict a range of signs and symbols, all exquisitely fashioned from the usual combination of stained rice, fish and seaweed.
Choose from a virtually infinite range. Here are a few basic examples: periodic table; ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics; mathematics; electronics;
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Batman Sushi [xenzag, May 12 2012]
Funny, not ten minutes ago I was reading up on these guys from my neighborhood, I'm sure they would make it for you...
Sushi Bus [normzone, May 12 2012]
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||That's free range dingbat, I take it?
||Not being a sushi fan, I find it hard to vote either
way. I shall withhold my vote till you cook the damn
fish. Thank you very much.
||I like this idea and I like sushi (except for the bits with sea
urchin) and I feel no need to justify either of those
||Actually, sushi is not the word for raw fish. That would be sashimi. Sushi can contain sashimi, but not the other way round. Sushi just means a ball or roll of rice, that may/may not have added ingredients.
||My wife only eats the ones without fish. We have a great
sushi place here in the winter.
||Sea urchin is most popular at around 60 foot of depth. You have to hold your breath while you eat it, and everybody wants to be your friend, but you'll never have it fresher.
||Another reason why I don't like it--the water's cold in the