Hello, I'm just writing to let you know how pleased I am with the Sushezi I bought. A local coupon/bargain group I belong to posted a link to it on Amazon. After watching a few videos on you tu... Show More.be, I decided to purchase it. My husband is in the US Navy, and we were stationed in Japan for 4 years. While there, my children fell in love with Sushi, and having bento boxes for lunch. I normally was able to purchase a lot of the items for their lunches at the local markets, but once we moved back to the states, it became more, and more difficult to give them a Japanese style lunch. Handmade Sushi rolls were always an option, but they take forever to make, I'm terrible at getting them tight enough, and I'm never pleased with the results. I tested out the Sushezi for the first time last night, and I can't believe how well it works. It was so easy to use, and the Sushi came out looking great. I ended up making 10 rolls last night, in the same time it would've taken me to make 1. The kids had a great dinner, and now have a great bento lunch for today as well. I think often that we are quick to let people know when we are displeased, but seldom reach out to let people know when we're happy, and have had an awesome experience. It's my goal to do the latter much, much more....hence the e-mail. I've already posted my love of this tool all over facebook, and will definitely be spreading the word to my friends. Thanks again for your lovely invention, Laurel C
- Makes perfectly round, restaurant-quality sushi at home
- Includes sushi tube, plunger, and endcap
- Easy-to-use; add ingredients and plunge rice onto nori sheet
- Dimensions: 12" x 2.5" x 2.5"
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