This Russian Sushi Roll is more than one and a half miles or 2.5 kilometres long.
It's ingredients are Nori, Sushi rice and cucumber.
Made at a Sushi Restaurant in Yekaterinburg by sixty chefs, it consists of one and a half tons of rice, 500 kilograms of cucumbers, fourteen thousand pieces of Nori and 25 kilograms of Sesame.
It's just what the world needs...
Monday, January 9, 2012
The World's Longest Sushi Roll...
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I wonder how many of the worlds hungry that would feed? It makes me some what embarrassed to be a member of the human race.ReplyDelete
I hope it is going to a good corze
Yes, obscene is a good word to describe it...ReplyDelete
I'm glad some one else is on the same planet as myself, some times I wonder. Thanks Kieth. It gives me hope.ReplyDelete
Ps> I think it must have some falick significance? The sushi I mean.
I love stuff like that. It's just goofy and fun.ReplyDelete