Sushi Popper – Fresh Fish on a Stick



I am a huge foodie, there is nothing I love more than trying new foods, going to different countries and sampling unusual cuisine. I have tried a tremendous number of really weird things. I have eaten boiled cartilage in Italy, Crickets in Korea, Blood sausages and Kangaroo meat. The point is I would consider myself an adventurous eater, but maybe not adventurous enough.

Check out Sushi Popper, a portable tube of fresh, pre-sliced sushi that is pushed up from the bottom and eaten from the top of your cool Popsicle style tube. YUM! Do away with chopsticks and save millions of trees, the recycled plastic popper will serve your sushi up in style. Made fresh daily using a specialized technique that allows them to be frozen, you simply leave them out for 2 hours before you’re ready to eat them. You’re thinking this is a joke, right? Well I can assure you, it’s not.

 Sushi Popper rolls come in the most popular flavors, like California Roll, Cucumber Roll, Spicy Krab, Cali-Mango and one of my personal sushi favorites, Spicy Shrimp. Before you panic, there are no raw ingredients, they are naturally low in sodium, gluten free and can keep in your freezer for up to 4 months. 

So there, I tried to be impartial, I admit I have not had the pleasure of trying a Sushi Popper so I cant comment on taste and consistency, but if I ever do, you guys will be the first to know about it. If you’re feeling extra adventurous you can get your Sushi Poppers from, delivered straight to your door, fresh-frozen and shipped on dry ice for under 70 bucks a 12 pack.  Ganbatte kudasai! Let us know how it works out.

2 reviews or comments

Sadao Says: May 3, 2012 at 6:09 pm

Interesting concept, but I’m not sure if want to eat it.

Joker Says: May 3, 2012 at 10:09 pm

Sushi pooper XD

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