Homemade sushi is like graduate-level kitchen activity, but if you think you’re ready, the Rice Cube can make the transition a lot easier.
The Rice Cube has an extremely simple two-piece design that forms a cube when the two pieces are combined. All you have to do is put rice and your other chosen sushi ingredients inside, close the cube, and whatever the Japanese word for “voila” is—You’ve got perfectly cubed sushi.
If you don’t believe me, you can check out a video of the Rice Cube in action below, as well as some photos up top. And for just a little bit more than $15, you can get one for yourself here.
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