Today's bentos contain chirashi-zushi. Chirashi zushi means scattered or mixed sushi (usually topped with some ingredients). This time I used salted salmon, cucumber and thin omelet. By the way, when some word is prefixed to the word *sushi* it should be changed into *zushi*. For example, inari-zushi, kaiten-zushi, maki-zushi, and so on. So neither *inari-sushi* nor *maki-sushi* is correct in Japan. But no worries, it doesn't really matter. I seasoned steaming rice with sushi vinegar and a little lemon juice, then mixed the ingredients in it.
I pickled celery with my brown rice shiokoji yesterday. Oh yum! It turned out a good refreshment in the bento. The brown rice I mixed in the shiokoji is totally melted by the enzyme in it. The white tiny flecks are center cores of the rice malt grains.