Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Onigiri"

Synonyms of "Onigiri" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre onigiri e rice ball ?
A: Most Americans don't know the Japanese word onigiri so Most people use rice ball.
There is no difference in America.

Other questions about "Onigiri"

Q: He want to wrap onigiri with seaweed all by himself soa natural?
A: "he wants to"
Q: I was impressed with an onigiri rice ball I found at an organic grocery store with edamame and some other greens on it. I thought it was new compared to the traditional style. soa natural?
A: empressed -> impressed

I was impressed with an onigiri rice ball I found at an organic grocery store. It had edamame and some other greens on it, which I thought was new compared to the traditional style.

The reason I split the sentences was because this sentence: 'I found at an organic grocery store with edamame and some other greens on it'
... sounds like the grocery store has edamame and greens on it.
Q: This onigiri(rice ball) is made from rice.
This onigiri is made of rice.
Which is correct?
A: made of rice* is the correct one. "from" is used when you're talking about the materials used.

for example:

this paper is made from trees.

this blanket is made of cotton.

this blanket is made from cotton plants.
Q: You can get some onigiri for very cheap price! soa natural?
A: "A very cheap price."
:)
Q: I bought an onigiri with raw tuna in it for my late-night snack, but I'm not so hungry now. What if I keep it until tomorrow morning? I wonder if it will go bad. soa natural?
A: The only thing in those sentences that I would say is unnatural is "i'm not so hungry now." This would sound better as: "i'm not that hungry right now." Other than that, it sounds good.

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