brown-bagging it

No Need for Masa

Sushi, like in Sixteen Candles.

Sushi, like in Sixteen Candles.Photo: Courtesy of Midtown Lunch

What’s worse than the person who eats stinky food at their desk? People who make stinky food at their desk. Yet Midtown Lunch instructs us on the fine art of preparing sushi cube-side. For less than $5 a day, you can eat two rolls and some rice balls for lunch. You just need to be prepared to buy fresh tuna every day, wipe down your desk at least twice a day, and put up with a lot of guff from co-workers who mock you but secretly wish they were as clever as you. Or you could just visit the country’s best sushi restaurants, as decided by Details.

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