Sashimi meaning

sä-shēmē
A Japanese dish consisting of very thin bite-size slices of fresh raw fish, traditionally served with soy sauce and wasabi.
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A Japanese dish consisting of thin slices of fresh raw fish served with soy sauce.
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Thin slices or pieces of raw fish which can be salmon, yellowfin, etc., eaten alone or in sushi (formed sticky rice, wrapped in seaweed)
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Origin of sashimi

  • Japanese sasu to prick, stab mi body, meat

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Japanese 刺身 (sashimi, “sliced raw fish”).

    From Wiktionary