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* Nigiri: A combination of raw fish slices and a ball of rice with an oval shape. It is usually seasoned with a small quantity of soy or wasabi sauce before the chef sends it to you.
* Maki: Also called a sushi roll, maki is an attractive combination of cooked vegetables and fish rolled with rice inside a thin sheet of lightly roasted seaweed. It is cut into small bite-sized portions.
* Temaki: Maki and temaki are almost the same but the rice, fish, seafood and vegetables in temaki are rolled into a cone so you can hold it and take a convenient bite.
* Sashimi: Slices of raw fish presented on a plate without any rice. This dish is not sushi but it is commonly served in most sushi bars and it may not be the best option for an absolute beginner.

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