It’s a dangerous world out there for your sex drive.
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Ready in 30 minutes or less and you don’t even need to put a bra on to answer the door.
Start eating food the authentic way!
Waffled soft pretzel. Why didn’t I think of that?
“I’ve always wondered how mermaids pee.” Download Whisper for more mermaid secrets.
Now you can enjoy your favorite meals anytime, anywhere.
Sushi is a lot more mysterious than you realize.
Fall in love with bananas all over again.
Because vegan bacon is a thing.
Plus a genius who combined bacon and sushi, 10 reasons Meryl Streep is queen of everything, and one thing you probably didn’t know about Super Mario.
A heart has problems that the mind cannot understand.
Sushi cats, get out of the way.
Her name is Coco, and she’s a very big deal.
Plus the glorious new “pet sushi” photography trend, the time the U.S. almost nuked itself, and an artist who is bringing the ghosts of Google Street View to life.
Do you know where your unagi comes from? This week, BuzzReads explores the strange, cutthroat world of baby eel fisherman. Read that and other stories from BuzzFeed and the rest of the web.
There’s a fine etiquette to sushi, and you’d do well to master it.
Jog on, cronuts. (Via Kotaku)
There’s usually a dilemma when you come to the end of a sushi meal: do you take home those two lone rolls that are left, or just leave ‘em? With this brilliant hack, you’ll have a little snack for later.
These gems of traditional sushi-craft are over-the-top beautiful.
You will need unitards, sweatbands, leg warmers, and a strong sense of imagination.
There is a wide and tasty world of sushi designs out there, so here’s a small list. A lot of these are animals. One of them is our president.
Taking a page out of a tobacco rolling handbook, German design firm osko+deichmann has designed this device that will help make making sushi at home an easy task.
Cats liked their fish raw way before it was human-cool.
Coming to a kitchen or sushi bar near you.
This lovely video uses handcrafted miniatures to highlight a serious global problem.
Being endangered just raises the value! The bluefin tuna is on the brink of being fished to extinction, but it seems we’d still rather eat good sushi than save it.
Bored with spicy shrimp and California rolls? For those fans of food art looking to push the boundaries of culinary adventure, sushi chefs have heeded your call — forming their rice and seaweed creations into a myriad of shapes, most notably panda bears, kittens, fish legs, and Mona Lisa.
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