Sushi Rolling Night

The Asian American Student Association at my school has an event each year where they teach other students how to make sushi.

The event is called Sushi Rolling Night.

This was my second year volunteering to be a roller, the person who teaches others how to make the sushi.

Before the actual day of the event, all the volunteers had to go through training. We went to a restaurant where one of the owners was able to teach us how to make the sushi, and cut it.

It was easier than I was expecting it to be.

I don't know why, but I have always thought that making sushi would be hard. The one with the rice on the outside is a california roll, and the one with the seaweed outside is known as a tempura shrimp roll.



I was able to help many UCO students that wanted to learn how to roll and make their own sushi.

And I was able to eat some sushi that I made for myself!








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