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The perfect lunch or light dinner. Salmon provides essential Omega-3 fatty acids, combined with the Super Super Kraut this is about as healthy as a sandwich can get.

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Photography by Crazy Cucumber

Approximately 4 cups of hot cooked sushi rice
60ml rice vinegar
1 ½ tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon salt
4 square nori sheets
1 avocado, sliced
Big handful of baby spinach
200g sashimi-grade salmon fillet skinless, boneless
1 cup Living Goodness Super Super Kraut
Toasted sesame seeds
Black sesame seeds
Pickled ginger
Tamari sauce (which is gluten free)

• Season the hot rice with salt, sugar, and vinegar, mix gently. 
• Let chill slightly.
• Put a square of cling film slightly larger than your nori sheet. 
• Place it on the table, place the nori sheet on top with the shiny side down and rotated 45° in relation to the cling film.
• Wet your hands and grab a handful of rice. Place it in the middle of the sheet and using your hands form it into a compacted square about 9cm. 
• Place remaining ingredients on top: a layer of spinach, avocado slices, salmon, sesame seeds and Super Super Kraut. 
• At this point cover all the ingredients with another layer of rice –optional. 
• Seal all four corners of the nori sheet on top of the filling. Fold the right corner over the stack, wet the end of the nori sheet with a wet finger and fold the left corner over the stack and ‘glue’ it to the right corner. 
• Repeat the same thing with the bottom and top corners until you get a small packet.
•  Finally, gather all the cling film over the stack and tie on the top. Put something moderately heavy (like a breadboard) on the sandwich and set it aside to let the seaweed soften a little. Cut in half with a sharp knife.

• Serve sushi sandwich with wasabi, pickled ginger and a small bowl of tamari sauce.