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Japanese medium-grain rice is most often used in sushi. It’s slightly translucent when raw, and firm but a bit sticky when cooked (Don’t, however, confuse it with Japanese sticky rice or glutinous rice, used to make mochi). In addition to making sushi, the rice is also tasty steamed and served plain, as is a common way to finish a meal in Japan.

 

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