Sushi Shenanigans. {videos} ~ Nichole Gould

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on Mar 27, 2013
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I don’t know about you, but I love all things sushi.

I love eating in an authentic restaurant where I can take off my shoes, sit on the floor and sip warm sake. I love picking up my food with chopsticks and the feel of wasabi clearing out my nasal passages. I love the vibrant colors of the veggies, fish and roe as it is served in carefully presented artistic displays on beautiful  serving platters.

Mostly, I love that when I sit down to eat sushi I am completely present with my meal. I slow down to absorb the experience with all of my senses. In the end I am fully content, nourished and grateful.

Now, if these videos don’t make you want to eat sushi, they will at least produce a smile and quite possibly a giggle.


Photo: Nichole GouldNichole Gould is the founder of Barefoot Warrior Yoga in The White Mountains of New Hampshire. As a Student of life, yogini, yoga teacher, landscape gardener, single mother, organic pizza waitress and lover of all board sports, she considers herself a jack of much and a master of none. She can also be found dabbling with guitar playing, singing off key, reading from her many stacks of books or writing poetry. Feel feel to peruse her Facebook page or contact her via her website for more insight into her ever curious mind.




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