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Sushi AMA

zenBADFB-150ed.jpgOver on Reddit, longtime Dallas sushi chef Michelle Carpenter, whose claim to fame was inventing the "caterpiller roll," did an AMA about her 25 years in the business. On how to tell a good sushi bar from a bad one: "Is the chef putting his/her name on the line? If a restaurant is promoting their rolls more than they are promoting their chef, you should be hesitant." [Reddit via HuffPo] [Photo: Zen Sushi/Facebook]

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