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Sushi rolls are a type of Japanese sushi that is typically made with nori (seaweed), rice, and fillings such as fish, vegetables, and egg. The fillings are rolled up in the nori and rice, and then the sushi roll is cut into bite-sized pieces.
Sushi rolls were first created in the early 1800s in Japan. At that time, sushi was a street food that was sold by vendors. The sushi roll was created as a way to make sushi more portable and easy to eat.
The first sushi roll recipes were quite simple, and they typically used fish or vegetables as the filling. Over time, more elaborate sushi roll recipes were developed, and today there are many different types of sushi rolls that are made with all sorts of different fillings.
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