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Im japanese chef and want to open a sushi bar in ipswich ,suffolk.will people in ipswich like sushi?

Im japanese chef and want to open a sushi bar in ipswich ,suffolk.will people in ipswich like sushi? Topic: Risks in a business plan
May 23, 2019 / By Sherlock
Question: i`ve been working as chef for the last 10 years,5 years in japanese and 6 years in asian.im know planning to open a small business (sushi bar) in ipswich town centre.but i don`t know where and how to start .pls help
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Norwood Norwood | 6 days ago
You would be taking a huge risk opening a sushi bar there......the last one lost money for 2 years before they closed, leaving the owner with over $100,000. in debt.
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Norwood Originally Answered: Can sushi really give you worms?
Your chances are slim to none. Can it happen? Yes. Can you hit the lottery? Yes, but the chances are slim. If we only knew what we really eat every day would we stop eating? We ingest on average 2 lbs of bugs, rodent hair and excrement a year( don't believe me) I'll put the FDA link on the end of this. That's why I don't watch idiotic shows that scare people to death showing things that have a slim chance of getting us sick. Pancake mix can kill( true). Lot's of things can. Here they picked sushi to have a TV show. Next week it will be bacon and the week after eggs. Incidentally, one of the reasons our ancestors had much better immune systems then we do is because they were exposed to more bacteria and worms than we were. These days doctors expose their children to pets, pet litter boxes and they'll have there family eat things that fell on the floor. Read the latest studies on our weakened immune systems. We became to sterile( to much Lysol, to much bleach, to many antibiotics). Meantime is your queasy about what you eat, DON'T open the link. Sushi looks like heaven compared to such things as peanut butter and chocolate. http://www.sixwise.com/newsletters/05/06...
Norwood Originally Answered: Can sushi really give you worms?
Sushi cannot give you worms. Sashimi (raw fish, often served with sushi) can, for the reasons stated in the first answer. Restaurants would be shut down if sashimi gave you worms. Fortunatley, most have high food hygine standards and use very fresh fish.
Norwood Originally Answered: Can sushi really give you worms?
sushi is raw fish The raw seafood used in these foods may contain parasitic worms that can cause relatively mild to severe infections in humans.

Norwood Originally Answered: I LOVE SUSHI, But im pregnant?
Eat sushi, then. No, really. You can if you're in Japan; you can if you're in Canada... ""We recorded no evidence to lend support to the warnings of the U.S. advisory that pregnant women should limit their seafood consumption," the study's authors concluded." http://www.cbc.ca/health/story/2007/02/15/seafood-pregnancy.html "Indeed, in Japan, eating raw fish is considered part of good neonatal nutrition. The Japanese government is fanatical about public health, and Japanese medical scientists are among the best in the world. You can be sure that, were there documented complications resulting from pregnant women eating sushi in Japan, there would be swift government intervention. Yet, in the United States, it is taboo for a pregnant woman to eat raw fish. But this isn’t because scientific research has concluded that unborn children have been damaged by sushi. Rather, it’s because the speculative risk of food-borne illnesses, especially parasites, has captured the public imagination. There are several reasons, however, that these fears are unfounded. While Americans tend to associate raw fish with sushi and Japan, we have been eating raw seafood for centuries — namely, oysters and clams. And it is these raw mollusks, not the fish typically used in sushi, that are responsible for the overwhelming majority, about 85 percent, of seafood-related illnesses. As the National Academy of Sciences Institute of Medicine concluded in a 1991 report on illness from eating seafood: “Most seafood-associated illness is reported from consumers of raw bivalve mollusks. ...The majority of incidents are due to consumption of shellfish from fecally polluted water.” If you take raw and partly cooked shellfish out of the equation, the risk of falling ill from eating seafood is 1 in 2 million servings, the government calculated some years back; by comparison, the risk from eating chicken is 1 in 25,000. (Over all, 76 million cases of food poisoning are reported a year.)" http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/15/opinion/15shaw.html?ex=1186718400&en=4c8b37f972778a30&ei=5070
Norwood Originally Answered: I LOVE SUSHI, But im pregnant?
I know what you mean! I love it too! I starting craving it like crazy around 11 weeks! I would eat California and avacodo rolls like crazy! I have stayed away from the sashimi though, I just want to be safe. You never know, there are a lot of bacteria in raw fish. I am not one of those pregnant women that are scared to do things and paranoid about everything, but I still chose to only eat veggie rolls and cooked crab rolls. I can't wait to have the baby though! I will go to the sushi bar the day I get out of the hospital!
Norwood Originally Answered: I LOVE SUSHI, But im pregnant?
what do u think pregnant japanese women eat when they're pregnant? they've had raw fishes all their lifes it's basically their meal everyday. And i'm sure they do eat raw fishes and sushis during their pregnancy. Look how smart and healthy their kids turn out. Eating it raw could probably just cause u food poisoning. Thats the worse that can happen. Im sure u will be ok eating it every once in a while.

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