There’s a Subscription for That: Sushi
There’s a Subscription For That is a new series spotlighting subscriptions the team at My Subscription Addiction finds interesting and is excited to share with readers.
If you’ve ever sat at the counter of your local sushi joint and watched the sushi chef at work, you probably understand the level of care that goes into each and every bite. From carefully slicing the fish to artfully assembling the rolls, sushi making is a craft that can take a lifetime to master. If you’ve ever thought about making sushi yourself at home, it can be difficult to know where to begin. Which techniques do you need to learn? How do you combine traditional flavors in successful ways? What ingredients do you need? Where do you find them? Well, there’s a subscription for that.
Sushify is a subscription that sends you everything you need to make sushi at home in your own kitchen. Every box contains the ingredients, sushi-grade fish, and recipes you’ll need to start cranking out rolls that look like they were made by the pros. Each month features a new sushi-making experience, and over time, you’ll learn to make negamaki, nigiri, handrolls, temaki, and sashimi. If you’ve ever subscribed to a meal kit delivery service like Home Chef, HelloFresh, or Sunbasket, you can think of Sushify in more or less the same way. Each month, you’ll get fish, rice, and seaweed sheets, plus the essential tools you’ll need to help you get started like a bamboo mat, wasabi, soy sauce, and– of course– tutorial cards.
- There are three subscriptions to choose from:
- The 1-2 Person Beginners Kit costs $59.00 per month, includes 3 recipes, and makes up to 15 temaki-style handrolls.
- The 2-4 Person Sushi Meal Kit costs $89.00 per month, includes 10 recipes, and makes 18 servings of rolls, nigiri, sashimi, and other sushi.
- The 4-8 Person Sushi Meal Kit costs $129.00 per month, includes 15 recipes, and makes 28 servings of rolls, nigiri, sashimi, and other sushi.
- Shipping is free.
- All subscriptions include recipes, supplies, fish, and most ingredients. (Note that you’ll be required to provide your own vegetables.)
- Boxes are delivered monthly.
- Recipes are crafted by actual sushi chefs.
- Subscriptions are flexible and you can skip shipments, pause your subscription, or cancel without penalty.
What do you think of Sushify? Would you sign up for a sushi subscription? Let us know in the comments!