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October 30, 2008

Sushezi Sushi Tube — bookofjoe World Exclusive®™©

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Just in (at 9:38 a.m. this morning) from Ms. Alissa Strouse, grand panjandrum and majordomo of Taylor Gifts' skunk works, the following:

    Comment on post "Sushi robot (nigiri machine)" of the weblog "bookofjoe":

    These machines take up a lot of space. There is a Sushezi Sushi Tube, which allows you to put all of the ingredients into the tube and then extrude the sushi roll. A smaller, simple tool instead of a large machine.

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Constant readers will know that rage against the large machine is a subtext of what we're all about here.

From the Taylor Gifts website:

    Sushezi Sushie [sic] Tube

    Perfect Sushi Tube [top] makes it easy to create restaurant quality sushi at home.

    Three simple steps: simply stuff with rice, choose filling and extrude.

    It's effortless to enjoy a tasty delicacy at a cost you can truly afford.

    11-3/4"L x 2-1/2"W x 2-1/2"H.

    Plastic.

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$19.98.

If you mention bookofjoe Alissa will send you — at no additional charge — a pound of fresh toro with your nifty Sushezi.

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"This is the weapon of a Sushi Knight. Not as clumsy or random as a blaster."

Posted by: Daniel Rutter | Nov 1, 2008 10:54:50 PM

this is not sushi this is a gimbap korea traditional food

Posted by: nonono | Oct 30, 2008 9:57:44 PM

"Constant readers will know that rage against the large machine is a subtext of what we're all about here."

That about defines it, yes.

On a different if related note, "EXTRUDE the sushi roll?" Unfortunate choice of word. Makes me think of less appetizing things.

Posted by: Milena | Oct 30, 2008 11:21:49 AM

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