They get a lot of crap out, roll it up in seaweed and sushi rice, and eat it.
It’s very complicated, I wouldn’t expect you to understand.
After I lived in Japan I was lucky enough to study abroad near Osaka and live with a host family that had an AMAZING cook for a mother. She taught me how to make fried rice and lots of other Japanese culinary gems that I’ll share with you here! Sushi night was a favorite, and when I moved back my family and I started making it together. It’s fun, interactive, and you can make it using whatever you’d like so that your family loves it too!