Media: in the state of new York has prepared the world’s longest California roll

Media: in the state of new York has prepared the world’s longest California roll

The length of the meals amounted to about 153 meters.

WASHINGTON, October 12. /Offset. TASS Boris Makarov/. American students from the state University of new York in the city of Purchase on Wednesday set a new world record, having prepared the Japanese California roll rainbow colors with a length of 504 feet (about 153 meters). This was reported by the newspaper USA Today.

According to her, in preparing this popular Japanese treats was attended by 300 students and volunteers who gathered on the main lawn near the building of the institution.

In order to set a new record, it took approximately 500 portions of rice treated with vinegar, 800 sheets nori (edible red algae, often used in the preparation of Japanese dishes), avocado 125 and 500 pounds (about 226 kg) of fish paste.

The process was controlled by chef jet tila, who gained fame after participating in some of the American cooking television show.

This rainbow-colored 504-foot California roll is now a world record holder: (Photo: @journalnews)

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“Last year, chef jet came to our campus and we made sushi roll length 50 ft (15.3 per metre — approx. TASS) in the dining room,” — said Patrick Suwalski, Director of the Association of University Purchase, which carries out school control over food, storage, books, transport and other support services. “Then came the idea to make the roll much longer. And then we learned that to date, the world record belongs to the University of Massachusetts in Agreste (128 meters. — approx. TASS). After that we thought we could try to beat him”, said Savolski.

“California roll is a very popular sushi roll, but so long it has never been done. When you go for a world record, you never know whether you will be able to beat him. But the team Purchase managed to do it!” commented on tila achievement of students.