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Confessions of a White Sushi Chef | First We Feast

“If there’s one knock on sushi, it’s the extreme lack of diversity in its ranks. Japanese males overwhelmingly dominate the field, and many believe that no one besides this narrow subset of practitioners is capable of making sushi properly. This prejudice has existed since modern-day sushi was conceived in the early 19th century, much to the chagrin of women who have entered the field only to meet fierce resistance from traditionalists.”

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