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I've been a fan since S01e01. I've got a nit to pick with last week's Quick Fire. Gaggan calls out Victoire for her "nigiri" being cooked because "nigiri" means "raw fish".
First off, the emoji in question is "sushi" and several platforms render it as a piece of nigiri next to a piece of rolled sushi. The word "nigiri" actually means "gripped" or "compressed" or even "two fingers" but it doesn't mean "raw fish". Cooked nigiri are common - eel, crab, egg and shrimp come to mind.
And some will fall back to "he meant 'sushi' not 'nigiri'" and surely that means raw fish. But it doesn't. The word "sushi" means "sour rice" referring to the rice seasoned with rice wine vinegar.
If the guy's supposed to be some culinary mastermind he should get the terminology right. And I've got a full beard and moustache and if someone served me a plate and told me to lick my food off it they're gonna get that plate back.