a delicacy to die for

Newman, Cathy
May 2005
National Geographic;May2005, Vol. 207 Issue 5, p17
Reports on the Japanese delicacy called Fugu, a type of puffer fish. The importance of preparing the fish correctly before eating or it's toxicity can kill; Length of time spent dissecting the fish.


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