Onigiri

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Onigiri

Onigiri or rice ball is a Japanese traditional food. It is made from white rice wrapped in nori. [1] Usually onigiri is filled with salmon, katsuobushi or something else. The ingredient is salty or sour. Japanese stores have onigiri with various flavours.

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  1. "What exactly is onigiri rice balls?". Lunch Porter. Retrieved 2021-07-19.