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Salmon Sushi Was Actually Invented by a Norwegian — Snack Break

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Published on May 20, 2017

Welcome to Snack Break, an Eater video series that delivers fast facts about the foods we all love, in one minute or less. These bite-sized stories are ideal dinner party anecdotes, and they’re educational to boot. Today’s lesson: Salmon sushi. Sushi may be a traditional Japanese dish, but salmon wasn’t always on the menu. Watch the full video above to hear how it took a Norwegian salesman’s ingenuity for raw salmon to catch on.

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