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Friday, October 12, 2012

Delicious and affordable sushi

Posted By on Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 8:00 AM


While sushi is extremely popular, it's hard for us to include it in our daily dining ritual because it usually involves having to spend a lot of time dining out at typically crowded restaurants. The other option, grocery store sushi, which allows us to enjoy this healthy meal in the confines of our own home, is typically dismissed as not fresh or flavorful as restaurant sushi. That's not true at Edward's Food Giant at Tanglewood, where their new sushi bar is prepared fresh daily. They can do made-to-order rolls or substitute brown rice in place of white to get you closer to that weekly health goal. This week you can pick a Spicy Shrimp Roll at Edward's for $5.48!



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