Instead of seafood, Sushi Candy uses gummy candy, and in my example, I will be using gummy worms and Swedish fish.
And instead of seaweed, Sushi Candy uses fruit roll ups.
I originally made Sushi Candy for a class project, but I enjoyed it so much that I kept making more!
Some facts about Sushi from Food and Wine.com:
• Highest reported price ever paid for a tuna: $83,500, in 1992.
Currently, there is no known highest reported price ever paid for Sushi Candy, although at some high end grocery stores, Rice Krispy Treats have been known to cost as much as $5 / box.
• Length of longest sushi roll ever made, in feet: 4,381
Length of my longest Sushi Candy roll I have ever made, in feet: 2
• Number of sushi pieces chef Masa Takayama of Manhattan's Masa restaurant makes in one hour: about 200.
Number of Sushi Candy pieces I made in an hour 20, then I ran out of fruit roll ups.