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Below you will find links to data for individual items, from 1 small sushi roll from a mixed sushi selection at Salmon Sushi. Of course, you can’t very well go to a restaurant like Salmon Sushi and just have one sushi roll. Don’t panic – you can avoid a keto crisis by choosing non-rice options. Follow these links for advice on surviving your night out at Salmon Sushi.
Salmon is an excellent source of protein, low in fat and calories and a good source of essential vitamins and minerals, including omega 3. Pink salmon has a softer texture and milder flavor than red salmon. Canned salmon packed in oil tends to be higher in calories and fat than canned salmon packed in water.
Below you will find the calorie and nutrition data for your query ‘Salmon Sushi’ plus other popular serving quantities. See Calories, Carbs, Fat. Protein and find sound advice on diets, including keto and low carb. Also check out our recipes and meal plans with Salmon Sushi
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Many Sushi options are keto-friendly. Sushi is a generic term for different types, combinations of ingredients and forms of a typical Japanese food, and they are basically made from Japanese-style rice and different seafood, fresh fish, prawns, seaweed, and so on, plus vegetables. In Japan meat can be served sashimi-style, including chicken and beef but these are rarely offered in the States
An excellent selection of Sushi Recipes can be found here – such as California Sushi Roll – Instructions on how to make sushi at home! This sushi recipe can be substituted to include meat, and any other vegetable you wish!