∙∙To start I would recommend putting your sushi mat in a gallon size plastic bag (one of the only times you'll here me recommend this).
∙∙Once you have successfully turned your sushi into a roll place it on a cutting board and slice with a sharp knife. To make cutting easier and prevent tearing of the seaweed run your water under very hot water. *If you have an instant tea boiler at home, heat that in advance!*
∙∙I would recommend dipping in coconut aminos or paleo friendly teriyaki sauces. Pickled ginger and wasabi are also popular sushi sides, they're not my favorites.
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