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Sushi purists may turn their noses up at romaine lettuce and kimchi in their rolls. But at two new sushi spots, fusion should be fully embraced. Maki Shop, which opened in Logan Circle in April, offers 15 types of hand rolls with a range of proteins far beyond fish. Meanwhile, newcomer Buredo near Franklin Park sells burrito-sized sushi rolls in seven different combinations. Stop thinking of sushi as simply white rice and raw fish, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised. Here’s what to expect.