Skip to content
Free delivery in France and Belgium from €39
Easy Sushi Logo

How to store sushi?


Making perfect maki yourself has never been easier thanks to the Easy Sushi® rolling machine. Discover the Easy Sushi® utensil

Sushi is a vinegar rice base. Being one of the favorite dishes of the Japanese, sushi is made with white or brown rice, and varieties of vegetables and seafood. In Japanese restaurants, sushi is often confused with sashimi, whereas these two dishes are totally different. If the sushi is prepared with rice, the sashimi is, on the other hand, prepared with raw meat or fish. Regarding the consumption of sushi, you can eat it as much as you want. Thus, the duration of sushi storage can be done up to 3 days. In this text, you will benefit from tips and advice on the conservation of sushi.

The shelf life of sushi

Sushi is prepared with fresh ingredients such as vegetables or seafood. Thanks to the freshness of these ingredients, the shelf life of sushi is limited. Sushi can be stored for 2 to 3 days if it does not contain too much protein. Thus, rice-based recipes are ideal to store in a place or in a refrigerator with room temperature. The use of a refrigerator is therefore recommended to store your sushi.

The right conservator: The refrigerated display case

The preparation of a sushi that is homemade or for sale in a professional establishment requires special attention. This snack is one of the products that can be stored in a refrigerator or a simple cold appliance. This is to prevent its ingredients from deteriorating or providing substances harmful to your health. Indeed, the conservation of these ingredients makes it possible to guarantee the taste of your sushi. Once ready, you can eat your sushi. Or, you can keep them in your fridge to eat the next day.

However, if you are a restaurateur, the use of a refrigerated display case to store your sushi will be ideal. Indeed, these showcases are used to display your sushi rolls within the reach of your customers, while maintaining their taste and quality.

A refrigerated display case has an adequate temperature, ideal for storage of all types of food, namely sushi, sashimi, tapas etc. Refrigerated display cases are available in several models to choose from depending on the type of products you want to display.

Some precautions to take

  • First, he never freeze sushi, especially when they contain raw fish. A temperature of +6 to +8 ° C is largely sufficient for their conservation. This is to avoid any risk such as food poisoning.
  • Note that raw fish may contain parasites that could harm your health. So, it is recommended to wash them well before preparing sushi.

If you want to specialize in Japanese cuisine, you need to master some recipes like sushi, sashimi, and tapas. To sell your products, you need food preservation materials in order to maintain their quality and taste.

Preparing maki has never been easier with Easy Sushi®

7 thoughts on “Comment conserver des sushis ?”

    1. blank

      Hola Juan, sushi can be vacuum packed like any fish between 6 and 8 degrees. But as they are particularly fragile, we do not recommend it. Have fun with Easy Sushi

  1. blank

    Queremos empacar Sushi al vacío pero agregando dióxido de carbono, me lo recomiendas?, how many dias created that pueda alargar su vida de anaquel?

    1. blank

      To envasar sushi al vacío con dióxido de carbono puede ser una option attractive para prolongar su vida útil. The carbon dioxide helps to prevent the buildup of bacteria and maintain fresh foods. Without embargo, it is important to know that agglomerated carbon dioxide may slightly alter the sabor and the texture of the sushi. Cuando se trata de la vida útil, el envasado al vacío con dióxido de carbono generally can prolongar la frescura del sushi entre 1 y 3 días más que el envasado tradicional. Without embargo, the exact duration may vary according to the ingredients used, the quality of the preparation and the conditioning conditions.

    1. blank

      Yes, you can make sushi without using it for sake. Sake is an ingredient traditionally used to prepare arroz con vinegar (shari) that forms the base of sushi. Sin embargo, existen alternativas si prefieres no utilizar por se or no tienes ninguno a mano. Arroz, manzana, white vinegar, lime juice or even mirin.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You will like also

Where to eat good sushi in Paris?

It seems that few parts of the world are untouched by Japanese cuisine – and fortunately so. The culture of sushi in Paris extends from


The mysterious origin of Asian chopsticks

Between rumors, legends and history, we agree that the origin of Asian chopsticks originates between the 16th and 11th centuries BC under


Subscribe to the newsletter and get 10% reduction* on your first order

* Hors promotion en cours