Not everyone likes sushi. But there’s no denying that the bite-sized creations made with fresh fish excite a lot of palates around the world. Unfortunately, sushi lovers are being hard hit with a lack of sushi quality tuna, now that countries like China and the good ol’ USA are gobbling up more than their share of the deep sea fish. Japan is really feeling the crunch, and sushi chefs in that country are chumming the waters, so to speak, to come up with an alternative to the increasingly rare and pricey tuna. The answer they have come up with may lie in horsemeat. Yes, that’s right: Japanese diners, who already consider horsemeat a delicacy, may soon be seeing horse sushi in their favorite restaurants, at least until tuna makes a resurgence. The thought leaves a bad taste in our mouths, however.