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2012-02-28 09:07:00

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Food/travel blog, The Flying Fugu has defined a new disorder: travafoodaholism. The condition is described as a passion for the food aspect of world travel to the point of obsession. Signs that you may be a sufferer include conducting pilgrimages to iconic food destinations such as Feta, Dijon, Feta and Parma; dreaming of Belgian chocolate and crossing time zones to fit in more meals. The condition has struck a chord with food-obsessed travelers...

2007-08-23 03:10:00

BANGKOK, Thailand - Unscrupulous vendors in Thailand have been selling meat of the deadly puffer fish disguised as salmon, causing the deaths of more than 15 people over the past three years, a doctor said Thursday. Although banned since 2002, puffer fish continues to be sold in large quantities at local markets and restaurants, said Narin Hiransuthikul of Bangkok's Chulalonkorn University Hospital. "Some sellers dye the meat of puffer fish and make it look like salmon which is very...


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Grass Puffer, Takifugu niphobles
2013-10-17 10:56:07

The Grass Puffer (Takifugu niphobles) is a species of fish belonging to the Tetraodontidae family. It can be found in Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, and Vietnam. It can often be caught off beaches, docks, and piers utilizing a variety of baits such as worms, shrimp, Sea Lice, or cut fish. They are popular for children to catch and possibly in the aquarium trade, but cannot be consumed due to the fatal tetrodotoxin which can cause heart problems, kidney failure, and a coma that can be mistaken for...

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