Did you know that when you eat sushi, if you consume the fish in order from lightest to fattiest you’ll maximize the flavors? Did you know that rubbing your chopsticks together is considered an insult to the establishment?
Sushi is can be a delightful experience. Each roll is like a miniature work of art, and when multiple rolls are displayed together, it’s a veritable feast for your senses. It’s the perfect party food because there’s a little something for everyone, even for those who don’t care to partake of the raw (California roll, anyone?). And, sushi is really quite healthy, if you stick to the basics.
So, hold the mayo and put your soy sauce on the fish, not the rice. Eat a piece of ginger between rolls to cleanse your palate and, if you overdo it on the wasabi, breathe rapidly through your nose to ease the burn.
Liz King Caruso is an Event Strategist, Consultant and Speaker. As CEO of Liz King Events and techsytalk, she has helped countless thought leaders grow their audience and sell their products through in-person, virtual & hybrid events. Liz is a big-picture person – passionate about tying events into an overall sales and marketing strategy and being efficient at every point of the process. Technology is her niche and she’s obsessed with helping organizations of every size leverage technology to produce more engaging and seamless event experiences.
In addition to her client work, Liz connects & educates her industry colleagues through platforms she has built – techsytalk GLOBAL, the techsytalk community & IGNITE Consulting program.
Liz has been featured as Eventex’s 50 Most Innovative Virtual Meeting Planners, Successful Meetings list of 25 Most Influential People in the Meetings Industry, Top 5 Women in Event Tech, amongst other awards.
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