Tummy Tuesdays: Sushi Cho

Tummy Tuesdays: Sushi Cho

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I love Sushi Cho, especially their lunch special. For $6.95 I had this delicious teriyaki salmon atop veggies, rice, an egg roll and a potsticker.  It’s one of my favorite lunch restaurants.  Sushi Cho owners used to also own a Chinese restaurant near my place but they closed it a few years ago so I have to drive cross town to come here but it’s well worth the trip.

Health tip: I have to eat salmon or another fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids at least every other week.  I used to rarely eat fish but then years ago, my hair was falling out hand over fist.  I had these weird round bald spots. I did some google research and there were a few medical possibilities and one was lack of fish in the diet.  Since fish was an easy solution, I tried that first and figured if that didn’t work, I’d go see a doctor. I started eating fish and within a month, no more bald spots.  So now I make a point of eating salmon regularly.  Sardines is another good source but I’m not a big fan.  I just read walnuts were also a good source so maybe … more brownies?  Laughing, any excuse for a brownie will do.

Sushi Cho
1830 E Broadway Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85719

TeaVivre Authentic Chinese Teas

 

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13 Replies to “Tummy Tuesdays: Sushi Cho”

  1. I eat lots of salmon. Tonight we’re having salmon. Not as good looking as your salmon, but salmon nonetheless.

    I’ll have to remember to do a foodie post next Tuesday to join this hop.

    Have a fabulous day. ♥

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    1. You don’t eat fish as often as you should? But aren’t you on a boat? There goes one stereotype out the window — that people on boats fish and eat fish all the time, lol.

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  2. That is extraordinary! I do love walnuts, especially in brownies and other bakery but also by the handful. The best though, black walnut fudge. I was looking for orange roughy today, I think that’s a fatty fish, but couldn’t find any. A good looking dish, especially on top of the veggies like that.

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    1. Walnuts and brownies are a great combination. I’ve never had black walnut fudge — sounds tasty! Have to agree that it was a great looking dish — now that I take food pictures, I’m starting to notice color combinations in food, not just taste.

      Thanks for popping by. and if you make a batch of black walnut fudge, add your post into the Tummy Tuesdays blog hop. would love to see it.

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