Savoring Sushi Freshness: Simple Storage Hacks 

Sushi's global popularity demands proper storage to preserve its deliciacy 

Freshness matters for sushi's texture, flavor, and to avoid food poisoning 

Store-bought sushi: Check sell-by date, follow package instructions, consume within hours 

Restaurant sushi: Refrigerate immediately in airtight container or wrapped plastic 

Homemade sushi: Store in dry, clean container with minimal air exposure 

Raw fish: Keep in coldest fridge section separately for maximum freshness 

Cleanliness, air exposure, time, and temperature are crucial for sushi storage 

Discard sushi with unpleasant odor, sliminess, discoloration, or off taste