After visiting one web site to learn how to cook Japanese rice and another to learn how to prepare a California Roll, I was ready to begin.
Equipped with a plastic bucket for the rice, my supplies, and the printed instructions from the Internet, I set off to make my homemade Sushi rolls. (Fortunately, I had thought ahead and purchased the Japanese rice, Nori rolls, and imitation crab meat at Pavilions a week ago.)
By the time this adventure was done, it cost as much to purchase the supplies and took as long to prepare the Sushi as if I had simply driven the 70 miles to Santa Clarita.
I guess I won't be opening the first Sushi bar in the mountains, but it did satisfy my craving.