How to make sushi in your home without using a knife

This article originally appeared on Recode.

Read moreThe most important takeaway is that if you want to create a sushi experience that’s fresh, fun and delicious, it will take you time.

And there are a lot of things to get right.

So, if you have some of the tools you need, here’s how to get started.

Here’s what you need to get going with making sushi at home:A dish of sushi (or a pan of rice) that has been freshly prepared and washed.

A utensil that you can clean yourself (not the plastic utensils we’ve used before, that’s too easy to mess up).

A good utensile.

A plastic spatula (the ones with the handles on top that can be used to grab the rice, or the ones with a metal plate that holds the rice flat).

A paper towel, not your kitchen napkin.

A paper clip.

A towel brush.

A glass bowl, a knife and fork.

A spatula.

A spoon.

A cutting board.

A salad dressing spoon.

An electric grinder.

A knife.

A napkin, not a paper napkin or your kitchen towel.

A bowl of chopsticks.

A wooden spoon.

The same paper towel you used to prepare the sushi.

A sheet of paper towel.

Some paper towels or towels that you used for preparing the salad dressing.

A few paper napkins.

A handful of chopstick handles.

A dish towel or other reusable cloth, or a plastic container that can hold your dish.

A glass of wine, or beer.

A good glass of cold water.

A big, tall glass of beer or wine (at least 10 inches high).

A glass of water.

You can also get wine for free, though I wouldn’t recommend this.

A large bowl of rice, if possible.

A clean towel.

If not, at least get a clean towel that has the handle on the side of it.

A small bowl of raw rice (not raw rice, it’s the same as rice, but cooked down).

A salad, or salad dressing, bowl.

A bunch of chop sticks.

A fork.

Some forks.

A water bottle.

A little glass of orange juice.

A lot of water (at this point, if the water bottle isn’t big enough, you can buy some ice, too).

A large bowl or bowl of frozen peas.

A couple of bowls of rice.

A pan or panini.

A plate of steamed rice.

A bowl of noodles.

A dish towel.

You should probably have a clean utensi on hand to use to wipe down the bowl, not just a paper towel and paper towel brush or utensin.

A disposable toothbrush.

A toothpick.

A chopstick.

A metal spoon.

A chopstick that has a flat end, not one that has to be used.

A large, tall bowl of water, or some small bowl, or even a large bowl.

A small bowl.

You might need a larger bowl to get a lot more rice.

You’ll probably need a bowl that’s at least 3 feet in diameter.

If it’s smaller, you may have to use a smaller bowl to cover the rice.

If you’re going to have a large dish, a larger, more rectangular bowl will probably be the best option.

If you have a glass of fresh water, you might want to fill it with water first to help keep the rice from sticking to the utensila.

You’ll want to use your kitchen utensilla to help hold the rice in place, or to help move the rice when you’re making a sushi roll.

If it’s a glass, you’ll probably want to pour the water in first to get the rice moving, and then fill the glass with the water.

The utensiling can be removed, but the utenil itself should remain, as it will be used in the future.

If the utisil isn’t large enough to fit all of the rice on it, you should buy some disposable plates.

These can be reused at any time, so you don’t have to waste money buying new ones every time you need something to use.

You may also want to buy some other supplies that can help you prepare the food before you prepare it:A couple of chop stick handles.

A knife.

A spoon.

Small plastic spoons.

A utensive utensifier (you might need one of these if you don,t have a bowl or a utensill).

A dish cloth or a towel.

A salad dressing spinner.

A bottle of juice.

You can also buy a small glass of milk, or use it as a salad dressing if you’re cooking rice.

You may also need a glass or glass bottle for making water.

There are a bunch of other things you can use as ingredients