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 Posted: Thu Oct 3rd, 2013 09:46 am
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Pufferfish/Fugu, Japan: Only for the very brave - fugu can be lethally poisonous due to the tetrodotoxin carried in its organs, which can paralyse your muscles - including your lungs and heart. Preparation of fugu is strictly controlled by law and only chefs who have qualified through rigorous training are allowed to deal with the fish.

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Ackee, West Africa & Jamaica: Related to the lychee, Ackee is a delicious tropical fruit that has become Jamaica's national dish, along with saltfish. Although rich in vitamins and protein, if the fruit is eaten before it is fully ripe, it prevents glucose from being released from the liver, quickly lowering one's blood sugar and ensuring violent illness or death.

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Bullfrog, Namibia: Considered a delicacy by many indigenous tribes in Namibia, these gigantic frogs are a meaty treat... except if you eat it at the wrong time of the year. Should it be consumed before before it begins croaking, the poison from its body can cause fatal kidney failure. According to locals, croaking normally starts after the third rains. Best keep a calendar then.

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San Nak Ji, South Korea: Sort of like sushi, sanakji is octopus served raw, but here's the catch... still alive. During preparation the creature is dismembered, served with sesame oil and while still wriggling. Because the suction cups are still active, special care should be taken when eating sannakji, so they don't stick to the throat or mouth.

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Casu Marzu, Italy: If you think blue cheese is gross, you ain't see nothing yet. This Sardinian dairy product is made by leaving sheep's milk cheese outside to ferment and in the process attracts a certain type of fly to lay its eggs inside. The maggots soften the cheese for consumption. But they must be eaten alive along with the cheese to prevent extra toxicity.

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Apricot seeds, Turkey: While you may spit out the pip you find at the centre of an apricot, in Turkey they get roasted and served as a delicacy. However, like cherries, plums, peaches, almonds, and even apples, the contain cyanogenetic glycosides and if consumed in large amounts can kill you

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Blood Clams, China: Considered a Shanghai delicacy, these clams are quick-boiled, which doesn't really aid in killing off a variety of viruses and bacteria that are present, including hepatitis A, E, thyphoid, and dysentery.

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 Posted: Thu Oct 3rd, 2013 09:51 am
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Cassava, East Africa & South America: This root vegetable is considered a staple starch through much of South America and East Africa. It does, however, contain antinutritional factors and toxins that can only be eliminated through proper preparation. If not prepared properly it can leave enough residual cyanide to cause acute cyanide intoxication.

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You can add the dodgy Point Road bunny chow that I had last year to the list , I was 2 k@ks away from my ideal weight..

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Antjar wrote: You can add the dodgy Point Road bunny chow that I had last year to the list , I was 2 k@ks away from my ideal weight..

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lesson Nr 1  dot eat in Dodgy places

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Last week my wife bought a Portuguese Pie at Food Lovers Market in Zambezi drive, not knowing it contained shellfish...she ended up in the emergency room, lucky for her she was not alone while driving and also the hospital was not far from where it happened. We were at another FLM and checked for any description on what they sell to warn for nuts etc.

There were no signs at three of there shops, Silverlakes, Woodlands and Zambezi..... WTF????

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