What is a Poké Bowl?

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Poké Bowls are all the rage in LA, and now they've made their way to Denver. Andrew Castillo from Sushi Cup tells us all about Poké Bowls.

Poké is a mix of raw cubes of seafood (usually ahi tuna or salmon) in a soy sauce-based marinaded. It’s often garnished with seaweed, cucumber, avocado, or tobiko, and served over rice or greens. Ubiquitous in Hawaii — you can pick it up at grocery stores or even gas stations — poké is a deconstructed, flavorful version of sushi. It’s also generally healthy, endlessly customizable, and very pretty.

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