I love sushi. Those delicate flavours of raw fish or vegetables, dipped into a mixture of horse radish and soy sauce, maybe with some pickled ginger are for me a perfect lunch box if I'm on the fly.
But this article is enough to make me think twice! It seems that worms call Anisakis when eaten by a fish, burrow themselves into their host’s gut wall. Then when this fish is eaten, the worm adopts its new host, working its way up the food chain and into your salmon sashimi.
@Yellowtail, @Shiny03, @takafromtokyo what do you think? Or should I just say: “I’d like the mackerel sashimi please, well done.” Maybe I shouldn't say: “Waiter, my noodles are moving.”