Have you ever eaten Sashimi of Shrimp ? I looove it ! I bought fresh shrimps for Sashimi at a supermarket. A fresh shrimp is commonly expensive, but today, I could get it at a low price. How lucky ! My mother peeled the shells from shrimps for me. Thanks mam ! Hum... sashimis of shirimp glisten... beautiful... I ate it with soy source (Shoyu). Needless to say, very very very delicious. You must eat Sashimi of shrimp in Japan !
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