Woman’s ingenious hack for eating sushi and soy sauce divides internet

A woman who shared an ingenious way to eat sushi with soy sauce may have you questioning how you eat yours.

April-Joy Goodlet, from Queensland, Australia demonstrated the hack on TikTok, where she showed herself pushing the long nozzle of the classic fish-shaped soy sauce directly into the seafood roll instead of using it to season the sushi as you eat it.

She then squeezes it so that the sauce coats the inside of the roll.

This allows the rice to absorb the soy sauce, rather than simply sitting on top of the sushi as it usually does.

She said: “Next time you eat sushi and you get soy sauce, do this… You’re welcome.”

Clearly, many people hadn’t thought of the concept as the video proved a big hit as it amassed 2.7 million views.

Since being posted last year, the video has racked up more than 47,000 likes and 600 comments from many people that branded her hack ‘genius’ and ‘life changing’.

One person said: “OMG absolute game-changer. I’m definitely doing this next time.”

Another added: “Why didn’t I think of that before? bang my head on sushi.”

A third commented: “My life will never be the same again.”

But others weren’t on board with the idea, as one person said: “Idk but that feels kinda wrong.”

“How could you do such a thing,” said another.

Whilst a third person wrote: “Just dip it normally… there’s no need for this.”

Meanwhile, a mum has shared a genius way to keep fruit in the fridge fresh for up to two weeks.

Steph Gigliotti revealed all in a TikTok video, which has been viewed seven million times.

The mum says the secret to fresh produce is to store it in the fridge in glass jars.

“I found this tip a couple of months ago so I’ve been testing it out and it works so well,” she said.

“If you put your fruit, like strawberries, in a glass jar in the refrigerator they stay fresh for two to three weeks.”