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I really want to make sushi (and sashimi). However, I'm concerned about the health risks of eating raw fish.

I made a research and I found this:

EU regulations forbid the use of fresh raw fish. It must be frozen at temperatures below −20 °C (−4 °F) in all parts of the product for no less than 24 hours.[66] As such, a number of fishing boats, suppliers and end users "super-freeze" fish for sushi to temperatures as low as −60 °C.[67] As well as parasite destruction, super-freezing also prevents oxidation of the blood in tuna flesh, thus preventing the discoloration that happens at temperatures above −20 °C.[68]

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sushi.

So I wonder if it's safe if I freeze the raw fish in my refrigerator's freezer for a day or two? Any advice on making safe sushi?

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    In the US we have sushi grade fish that has been frozen. Does not really help you. – paparazzo Feb 24 '18 at 17:40
  • Are you wanting to make it with fish you caught yourself? Is there a reason you want to freeze it yourself rather than buying fish that's ready to use as sushi from your fish supplier? – Catija Feb 24 '18 at 18:13

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