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Higher mercury levels were found in bigeye tuna and bluefin akami, which is a lean, dark red tuna, than in bluefin toro, a fatty tuna, and yellowfin tuna akami, the researchers said.
A sushi chef picks a fillet of red tuna, or "akami," next to fillets of ...
One hundred sushi samples were collected from 54 restaurants and 15 supermarkets in New York, New Jersey and Colorado, comprising 'akami' (lean red tuna) as well as 'toro' (fatty tuna) and reported in the British journal
The Wall Street Journal reported that cuts of the record-breaking tuna will be sold at regular prices ranging from $1.75 for a piece of the "akami" red meat to $5.45 for a slab of "otoro," or fatty tuna, draped over a nugget of pressed rice.
We also ordered hirame (flounder) and tuna (akami) nigiri.
We pay akami quite a bit each month and when we used to give the boot DVD downloads away for free, we saw tens of thousands of downloads from IP addresses where we simply do not see many sales (eastern Europe and China).