Onigiri, rice balls, Japanese sandwiches

The rice is flavored with kombu, sugar and vinegar.

Actually, with anything that you like.

The filling can be anything. 

Sweet Bread and Butter pickles.

Wakami because I thought it would be nice. 

Now, who do you know who puts wakami in tuna salad? 

Flattened triangle shape is traditional, but it can be any shape.

This is amazing. The flavor combination is outstanding. Tuna salad never tasted this good and I mean it. It's the three seaweeds that does it. They put the ocean into the sandwich. This sandwich tastes like a Pacific island smells. This onigiri tastes like Japan. It looks like nothing, but it's something extraordinary.

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