How To Make Fresh Grouper Sushi At Home (DIY Sushi Tutorial)


Want to learn how to make your own grouper sushi roll?

After a long hot day on the water, you probably don’t want to stand over a hot grill or fryer, and making sushi out of your fresh catch is an excellent option.

In this video, we’ve got our Salt Strong web developer, Nick, sharing his secrets for how to roll your own sushi.

We’ve been seeing his Instagram-worthy sushi rolls for years now and today we finally convinced him to give us a step-by-step tutorial on how to make them.

In this video, you’ll learn:

  • Everything you need to make your own sushi
  • How to cook and prep the rice so it’s easy to work with
  • The biggest mistakes when it comes to making sushi
  • And much more

Check it out below!

How To Make Your Own Grouper Sushi [VIDEO]

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Doesn’t that look delicious?!

Nick makes rolling sushi look easy and fun and I’m looking forward to trying it out myself, now!

Have you made your own sushi?

Do you have any questions about it?

Let me know down in the comments!

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Arturo Lozano
2 years ago

Can you make sushi with any fish? And if you can, can all fish be raw? 🤔

Nick Pavone
2 years ago
Reply to  Arturo Lozano

That’s a good question. A good majority of the fish you catch can be made into sushi, but do your research on what can be eaten raw and what should be cooked. And if you do choose to eat your fresh catch raw, pay special attention to how you handle the fish from the minute you catch it (lots of ice, etc) so bacteria doesn’t grow. Some fish have higher Mercury levels than others and are not suitable for raw consumption so it’s best to research the type of fish you plan to use. Also note that I typically would not make raw sushi from any fish caught in a bay or river.

Last edited 2 years ago by Nick Pavone


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