How do you know if a fish is sushi grade?
Technically, there’s no official organization determining what cuts of fish are sushi-grade and which are not. The only true requirement is that the fish is frozen — and this requirement isn’t even related to the “sushi-grade” label. It’s simply an FDA guideline that applies to all wild fish sold for raw consumption.
Is Costco fish sushi grade?
Yes. Costco’s raw salmon is a good option for sushi, as it is affordable and high quality. However, check the label to ensure it says “sushi grade” before purchasing. Sushi is a Japanese food made with sticky white rice and usually includes raw fish.
Does Trader Joe’s have sashimi-grade fish?
Trader Joe’s frequently sells sushi-grade fish, which are often labeled sashimi-grade.