Sushi nutritional information

Cook’s notes: This information has been tricky to find, so I’m posting it here for future reference. I analyzed a package of Philadelphia Roll from the grocery store using a scale and measuring spoons and cups.

California roll, made with white rice (according to a recipe in Taste of Home Healthy Cooking): each piece has 1 g fiber, 5 g net carbs (0.33 starch), and 1 g protein (0.1 oz serving). So,

  • 4 pieces = 4 g fiber, 1.2 starch servings, and 0.4 oz protein
  • 6 pieces = 6 g fiber, 1.8 starch servings, and 0.6 oz protein

Philadelphia roll, made with white rice.  6 pieces weigh 4.4 oz and have 1/2 cup white rice with seaweed, 0.7 oz crab, 1.5 Tbsp cream cheese, and 0.5 oz avocado. According to a recipe analyzer, this has 2.1 g fiber and 12 g (1.7 oz) protein. I think it also has 1 starch serving (rice) and 1.5 dairy serving (1 Tbsp cream cheese is 1 serving).

  • 6 pieces = 2.1 g fiber, 1 starch serving, 1.5 dairy serving, and 1.7 oz protein.

Trader Joe’s sushi, 8-pc brown rice sushi, 8.47 oz total: 2.6 g fiber, 2.6 starch servings, and 1.1 oz protein