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Which Sushi Is More Expensive?

Which Sushi Is More Expensive?

Julie Nolke

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Julie tries 3 sets of sushi, each with a different price point. Can she determine the most expensive of the bunch?

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- So, I have grabbed three different sushis at completely different price points. We've got our most expensive, which you would get two pieces of salmon and one California roll for $19. God, I didn't pay that much for these jeans. Our second kinda middle grade priced sushi comes in at $8. That'll get you two salmon sushi and one California roll. And our lowest grade is from the grocery store. You know how grocery stores are doing that now? Well, I got some California roll and some salmon. Once again, cost me six bucks. We got two that are like really close. Everything looks really different though. Number uno, by the by, if you're new to this show, my producer has mixed them up so I don't know the order so I give a genuine reaction when I eat it. So, upon first looking, this one salmon wise, I think looks the best. I'm gonna dip it in my soy sauce. I'm sorry if this is sacrilege, how you're supposed to do sushi. I don't actually know the proper way to do it. I know I read somewhere you're supposed to flip it upside down on your tongue. Mm. I love sushi. That was delicious. That was creamy. That was buttery. That had just like this smooth flavor. Like smooth, like sweet. That one's gonna be tough to beat. California roll in my face. Mm, fresh, delightful, crunchy. Great California roll. Alright, let's go to this middle one. The salmon's hitting me a little funny. This one looks like greasy and it's very thin. Hello, I can see you. Is this one good for eating? I just want to make perfect sure 'cause the rice has a weird consistency and the salmon is real fishy. Hmm mm, the eyes don't lie when it comes to sushi. I think that's got something wrong with it. The rice is like it's almost like re-hardened and it's like al dente. On to the California roll. Looks good to me. Look at that rice. So sorry, oh no, I can't eat this. Oh no. That was inedible. The rice was hard and the inside just tasted old. Like it had been sitting around. Almost like it was from a grocery store. Oh, yeah, that didn't take long for that to make me very uncomfortable. That has to be the grocery store. No doubt. So I think it's between the first one and this one we're about to try which one is the most expensive. The salmon is so thick. They didn't skimp on this one, eh? Mm. ♫ Say a little prayer for you Oh man, the fish don't lie. That is buttery. Mm, that's one of those bites that you have and you're like, don't go away, don't go away, don't go away and then it's gone. There wasn't a huge difference between the first one and third one. It's just that the third one was significantly thicker. But was it thick enough to be $19? I mean that is quite a steep price. Alright, the last roll of the evening. That's just really nice. Oh, this is tough. Alright, middle one obviously had to be grocery store. I will not take anybody telling me otherwise. $19 versus $8. I'm gonna do it. I'm gonna say number three, $19, most expensive given the thickness of the fish. Number one was the middle rung, $8. But I think it was my fave. Was I right? - [Man] Right across the board. - Right across the board. Thank you so much for watching. Remember, if you've got crazy ideas for what you want us to try out for the next Which is More Expensive, put it down in the comments. Let me know. I hope you like these videos. Thank you for watching. Goodbye.

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