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Female: So now we are going ahead and make a spider rainbow. I have no idea what goes in it. There are many different ingredients but he is going ahead and we will look through it. The first step of course is going to had them and put it them on a sushi rice. Now some sliced cucumber, stone crab and this has been fried already correct?
Male: Yes---I fried it already.
Female: So a very generous amount of crab goes on the role. Now he is going to make a salmon mixture. This is going to include salmon, green onions
Male: This is kaizen sauce.
Female: Kaizen sauce and tempura powder again. He mixes it all together both of them had been inside out rolls which means that the rice is on the outside of the rolls, some tuna?
Female: Some tuna.
Male: Cajun tuna.
Female: Cajun tuna oh that sounds delicious that must have a little kick to it. Correct?
Female: And I think it is going to put some avocado as well. He slices it with very thin and as you can see making Sushi is pretty much an art. Oh very colorful on top I love it. Quick question why are you using now the bamboo mat with the cellophane instead of using the other one we had already the plastic on it.
Male: Because this comes off and no sticky you know? That is why I like to use this plastic one.
Female: Okay so this way by using the plastic this way instead of using just a bamboo is going to make it easier on the presentation and it is not going to stick to the mat. As you could you see he cuts first in the middle and then he makes two different cuts on the sides, making it four bites, and we could see why it has a name rainbow because he has so many different colors. Now we are going ahead and try the creation, how was that? Good? Mouthful and I am going ahead and I am going to try this as well.