Rainbow Sushi on Instagram Has Become Latest Colorful Food Trend

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Rainbow colored rolls are the growing trend among sushi lovers on Instagram. 

No, we’re not talking about the assorted rainbow roll that consists of a California roll topped with sashimi — we’re talking about a multi-color explosion on a sushi feast.  

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Tasting the rainbow is officially food art. 

Rainbow sushi!!! #rainbow #rainbowsushi #sushi

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In the past, we have been introduced to rainbow bagels and grilled cheese sandwiches.   

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Rainbow sushi is a popular recipe among vegans and foodies who enjoy preparing their own foods

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The recipes often involve all- natural coloring.

Instagram account Letscookvegan uses beet powder for red food coloring. 

Beet powder and turmeric or a small amount of gochujang can be used for orange coloring.

Rainbow sushi All natural colouring used for this epic plant based Japanese feast Couldn’t help myself sharing another photo because it’s just so damn pretty I don’t understand why people still think that putting dead fish and chicken flesh on their sushi is a good idea Plant based sushi is super tasty, better for your health, it saves animals lives, it’s better for the environment… Endless benefits to going vegan my friends Pluuuus I’ll cook you pink sushi eheheh Ps. Feeling a bit like @amylecreations with this spread #vegan #vegansushi #pinksushi #eatvibrantly #eatveggiesnotanimals #sushifeast #inari #rainbowsushi #happydays #goodvibes #gratitude #eatforpeace #plantsarecool #livelikeyougiveafuck #govegan

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 Turmeric is also primarily used for yellow. 

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A bit of spirulina and a pinch of turmeric for green coloring.

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For blue and purple, Lets Cook Vegan says:

“boil 1/4 piece of chopped cabbage in about 3 cups of water for about 30 minutes or until you’re left with about 1 cup of water. Use this water to cook 1/2 cup of sushi rice and save about 3 tbsp of the purple water to make the blue food colouring. Now you’ve got your purple rice use some of the remaining white rice you made to make blue. Add about 1 tsp of baking soda to the purple water and it will turn blue, now add this to the sushi rice and mix it well.”

People have began giving their rainbow sushi rolls creative names like Mermaid Sushi and Rainbow Unicorn Sushi

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Lust list.. Rainbow Unicorn Sushi @theindigokitchen #theindigokitchen #rainbow #sushi #rainbowsushi #unicornfood

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