Mon. Jun 17th, 2024
alert-–-influencer-and-‘wellness-blogger’-brutally-mocked-online-over-her-‘unhygienic’-sushi-hackAlert – Influencer and ‘wellness blogger’ brutally mocked online over her ‘unhygienic’ sushi hack
  • The ingenious tip was met with severe backlash online
  • Most were concerned with health and safety
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By Kinta Walsh-cotton For Daily Mail Australia

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An Australian influencer has been brutally mocked online after she attempted to share a ‘sushi hack’ she discovered while at a Japanese restaurant. 

Yianna, who is a wellness blogger, shared a video to her TikTok account on Saturday explaining the fish tail on a soy sauce packet can be used to scoop up wasabi. 

However, many quickly slammed the vlogger for the ‘unhygienic’ tip and cruelly mocked her for using the soy sauce packet incorrectly.  

‘I was today years old when I realised that the fish tail on a soy sauce packet is actually used to scoop up wasabi and put it on your sushi,’ Yianna said.

‘I don’t know how I didn’t even know this when I’ve been eating sushi for 25 years. Just try it out.’

An Australian influencer has been brutally mocked online after she attempted to share a ‘sushi hack’ she discovered while at a Japanese restaurant

As her voice-over explained the hack, video of Yianna showed her demonstrating it as she scooped up wasabi with her soy sauce and then spread it on a sushi roll.

Viewers were quick to flock to the video’s comment section to put down the young influencer, telling her she had it all wrong.

While many simply said she was incorrect in assuming that’s what sushi packets are made for, most were more concerned with the hygiene issues.

 Yianna, who is a wellness blogger, shared a video to her TikTok account on Saturday explaining the fish tail on a soy sauce packet can be used to scoop up wasabi

‘Probably best not to when everyone else’s fingers touched the package,’ one person wrote.

Another said, ‘I would never! Clean those packets first guys,’ while someone else added: ‘Who told you that babe?’

‘A fish tail from a container everyone puts their hand in and comes out of a factory. Ummmm no thanks,’ a fourth person added. 

 However, many quickly slammed the vlogger for the ‘unhygienic’ tip and cruelly mocked her for using the soy sauce packet incorrectly

‘I was today years old when I realised that the fish tail on a soy sauce packet is actually used to scoop up wasabi and put it on your sushi,’ Yianna said

Several others wrote, ‘Ummm. No. It’s not,’ ‘I mean it’s not for that. At all,’ and, ‘No, it’s not.’ 

Yet another commented: ‘What’s with everyone finding a new use for something and thinking that’s what it was intended for?’ 

The innovative soy sauce package was originally patented in the 1950s for takeaway sushi, but shot to popularity in 2008 at Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

There is nothing to suggest the soy sauce package was or was not specifically designed for users to scoop up wasabi with the tail.

The innovative soy sauce package was originally patented in the 1950s for takeaway sushi. There is nothing to suggest the soy sauce package was or was not specifically designed for users to scoop up wasabi with the tail

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