10 dangerous products

10 dangerous products

When we consider our food, we don’t think too much about it, and in fact sometimes we notice that it is ordinary. However, there are some foods that are so unusual and dangerous that they can curb the appetite of anyone. In this collection you will see poisonous shark meat, neurotoxic fruits and bullfrog salad ...

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1. Harkal

Greenland sharks are dangerous not only while swimming in canoes, but also for the stomach. The fact is that Greenland sharks do not have the ability to urinate, resulting in a huge amount of ammonia and trimethyl oxide excreted from the body of sharks through tissues. The enterprising inhabitants of Greenland have developed a traditional dish known as Harkal, which is seasoned shark meat. Besides the fact that the smell of shark meat is almost unbearable, the consumer is faced with the potential threat of organ damage, intoxication and diseases from poisons that are still present in meat.

 

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2. Kiwak

Kivak is extremely heavy to the stomach and dangerous food. Old Icelandic food known as Kiwak consists of fermented (in fact, decomposed) corpses of small seabirds - common and blue gulls.Birds are caught with nets and sewn into aged sealskin before being buried in the ground for up to three years. Birds slowly marinate in seal fat in the cold arctic tundra. As a result, the food, when it is finally being dug up, not only looks somewhat repulsive, but can be deadly because of the likelihood of botulism. The last meal of a famous research biologist was Kivak.

 

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3. African venomous bullfrogs

African poisonous bullfrogs are considered in this article, as they are positioned as a delicacy in the African country of Namibia. However, frog meat contains a powerful toxin known as Oshiketakata, which can lead to kidney failure, muscle damage, and even death. Recommendations for the processing of frogs include their laying in a pot with special planks that supposedly “neutralize” the toxin. The level of poison is assumed to be lower at certain times of the year, when food is made acceptable to brave men or, perhaps, reckless, when it comes to handling wooden boards. We can not guarantee that the consumer will not croak ...

 

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4. Stewed Asian Bats

There are some products that simply defy imagination. Perhaps the most illogical meal is an Asian bat soup that contains a whole bat in a soup bowl after boiling with chicken broth. The bat is cut with a knife and fork, and then eaten with broth with a spoon, along with the insides of the bat. The dish contains the hair and membranes of the wings of a bat. The dish is quite tasty, but we have to conclude that it is very unappetizing, especially the look of a bat. Bats can tolerate a number of human infectious diseases, in addition, this practice is considered to be wrong from the point of view of many environmental organizations.

 

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5. Carambola

Carambola is the most seductive and innocent-looking food on this list. While other dishes can be complex or disturbing, carambola is simply beautiful. The Asiatic plant contains five facets that form the ideal star when the fruit is sliced ​​across. After you eat this plant, stars can spin around your head, as this fruit contains neurotoxins. Carambola also contains a huge amount of oxalic acid.This fruit affects those with weak buds, in exceptional cases, leading to death.

 

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6. Octopus Tentacles

A number of exotic Japanese and Korean restaurants, including those who seek to attract Western tourists, offer sushi, which is not only raw, but also partially alive. Miniature octopuses are brought to sushi bars alive and quickly cut into two parts. When served on a plate with soy sauce, they are still writhing due to the reflex in the tentacle, as the invertebrate animal has a partially decentralized nervous system. In several accidents, death occurred as a result of disembodied tentacles blocking visitors' airways.

 

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7. Gastropod eggs

Sturgeon eggs are known as caviar and are a popular dish in Russia, and snails are a popular French dish. Extreme entrepreneurs are promoting a new delicacy dish known as “snail caviar”, which consists of raw eggs of land snails. Eggs are served on hard-boiled quail eggs or with fried vegetables and exotic salads.They are delivered neatly packaged in small jars with wonderful seasoning, which carries the taste of fresh earth. Eggs are not prepared, therefore deaths from the consumption of raw snails infected with brain parasites have been reported.

 

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8. Snake Burger

In the southwestern United States, rattlesnakes are not only feared, but also eaten. Supporters of "snake food" note that snake meat is very similar to chicken, due to the fact that reptiles are the ancestors of birds. This amazing southern dish is very ... authentic ... In Southeast Asia, cafes are actively promoting their own snake snacks in the form of snake hamburgers made from cobras and other snakes on the market. Snake meat is perfectly safe to eat, as the toxin is not distributed in the tissues. After separating from the skin and frying, you will never guess that you do not eat beef or chicken.

 

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9. Internals

The insides of the digestive, reproductive, and nervous systems of some animals form the basis of some grotesque, but surprisingly popular dishes. Many dishes use the shell of the stomach, intestine, and even the testes of cows and sheep."Offal" should be carefully cleaned, as often used questionable parts of the body, but can be surprisingly neatly served in eateries. Lamb testicles are among the most popular, and are served in breading, and the testes of the bull - pickled in sauce. In Europe, a dish known as “tripe”, which is made from pork gut, can be served. Sheep heads and fish eyes also appear on the menu. The risks of fatal infections from parasites led to the adoption of a number of regulations on the consumption of viscera and heads of sheep.

 

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10. Crow's pie

Saying “eating a crow” to someone is not a fiction, and it is not even offensive if you are in Lithuania. Crow's pie is a traditional poultry dish based on the meat of ravens and scavengers. Birds are caught at a fairly young age, cooked over high heat in oil, and then served with a plate of fried vegetables. Meat is rumored to act as an aphrodisiac, and is supposedly used to "control" the number of crows.

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