Add one more industry group to the growing list of folks unhappy about California's new rubber gloves mandate. NPR visits Los Angeles sushi chef Toshi Sugiura to see how gloves affect the tactile instinct necessary for hand-crafting delicate rolls. The verdict: "The roll he's just made probably won't fall apart, but it won't live up to the sushi tradition's exacting standards either." [NPR] [Photo: Flickr]
by Erin DeJesus
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