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10 Most Dangerous Foods In The World
No.10 Greenland shark
This deep sea predator is one of the strangest sharks around.
It similarly sizes as the Great White,
but swims just 1.1km/h.
It is often blinds since 20% of the population
has eye paralysis in some areas.
But with of all, its flesh is toxic.
That’s because it contains large amounts of uriea and trimethoprim and oxide
to help it survive under deep Atlantic ocean pressure.
So, if you eat Greenland Shark,
expected nausea, stiffness and natural sensations
are keen to extreme drunkenness.
Oh, and death.
But since the 14th century,
Icelandic fishermen of counteracting the shark’s toxicity
by storing it in the ice for tewlve weeks.
And leaving it to dry for about 70 days.
Called a cow, it’s Islanmic delicacy.
But most people outside of the country
can’t stand the intense smell and taste of Monia.
Bernard Anthony Bourdain even call it the single worest thing
he had ever put in his mouth.
No.9 Bitter Cassava
This reed vegetable is a staple food
in poor tropical parts of the world
比如南美洲 非洲 以及亚洲某些地区
likes South America, Africa and parts of Asia.
That’s because it grow reliably in poor soil and low rain.
But there is a big down side.
When cassavas become damaged through cutting or biting,
enzymes inside combined to create hydrogen cyanide,
which can cause fatal respiratory failure.
Depending on the crop,
they can get in anywhere between 15 mg per kilo
in the three varieties and five hundred in the bitter ones.
Because of that, the bitter variety with greater sidelined content,
abandoned in many countries
with only the sweet variety been legal.
But there is a growing problem with black market salers in Venezuela.
Due to the on-growing food shortage caused by country’s economic crisis,
many have to buy grocery whatever they can.
That increases the chance of buying the bitter cassavas
28 Venezuelans died from ingesting the deadly strip in 2017 alone.
This South Korean dish is made from baby octopus,
which is garnished some international criticism
But all the more shocking is that even if they have been killed,
this octopus arm will continue to wiggle and rive
That’s because their neurons aren’t concentrated solely
in the brain like humans.
So their arms have a degree of neural activity in their own right.
As a result, arms have a habitat of acting independently.
But that can spell danger for diners.
Since the left neurons can cause suckers
to attack themselves to the throat through muscle memory,
and choke the person who eats them to death.
That nearly led to one South Korean man
been in prison for life after his wife chowder-made dish.
just days after taking out a life-insurance policy.
You might recognize this from the classy soup of the Simpson’s.
where whole were contained with its own death,
and more that was just the poder for a pretty deep subject.
It was also a tale of coronary caution.
在日本 河豚有个臭名昭著的名字 叫“鳆”
Puffer fish, notoriously knows as Fugu in Japan,
can be perfectly safe to eat if prepared correctly.
But if the liver isn’t removed,
the dish will contain potentially lethal amounts of tetrodotoxin.
a potential neuron toxin which can kill through gorillas,
lose sensation and respiratory failure.
According to the Hongkong Center for Food Safty,
just 1 or 2 mg can be lethal,
which is much less than arsenic or cyanide.
That became a real cause for concerned in early 2018.
After 5 seal packages of Fugus were sold with that limits,
which led to an urgent recruit by the Japanese authorities.
They were even forced to tell people not to eat fugu
NO.6 Wild Mushrooms
Don’t worry, not all wild mushrooms are dangerous,
But if you are foraging to feed on some fungus,
there is a chance you might running to amanita phalloides.
That’s known as the death cups.
There are among the deadless mushrooms known to men
and by far the most common terminal toadstool.
Even thought to have killed the Romen Empor Kodiaks in 1854.
That’s made all the worst by the death
like the straw mushroom.
Around 50% of people who ingest them
experience comas or death.
with the rest falling finally ill.
The amanin toxin found in death caps destroy the liver and kidneies.
The worest case of “death cap” poisoning
came from California in 2006
where 40 people were infected,
there of them needed liver transports.
and one suffered permanent brain damage.
No.5 Casu Marzu
Ok, recipe time.
This is a cheese
And wait for the Piophilidea casei to do that thing.
Sounds nice, right?
Then you probably don’t know what Piophilidea casei means.
Because they are cheese flies.
Casu Marzu translates to rotting cheese,
and it is a Sardinian delicacy that
purposely uses maggots to putrefy the fat and leaves them in.
Even while they are eatting.
据说 它味道强烈 像戈尔贡佐拉奶酪
according to some, it is even an aphrodisiac.
But you will be hard pressed to find that out for yourself,
that because Casu Marzu is illegal in Sardinia.
Due to and hygiene concerns the risk of being diagnosed with myiasis,
which brings maggots in festered body.
But if you are brave enough to try it,
in the Casu Marzu to jump 15cm.
As one fearsome for much.
好 我说的 Barracuda 是一种鱼
Ok, so when I say Barracuda, I mean mostly fish.
这类鱼包括了石斑鱼 红鲷鱼 以及海鳗
That includes species like groupers,snappers and Maoris, too.
It’s all because of its type of algae called Gondia discus toxicants.
which is highly prevalent in those species.
Eating contaminated fish , causes ciguatera fish poisoning.
It between 73% and 100% of people
中毒者会遭到肠胃 心血管 甚至神经问题
suffers can experience gastrointestinal, cardiovascular
and even neurological problems for a month after ingestion.
In the worst cases, it can even caused quite depression.
That’s not to mention it can be sexually transmited.
With premature labor and spontaneous abortion attributed to the condition.
Death from ciguatera are uncommon.
But that’s not unheard of at around 1 percent of cases.
One woman named Christine
died within 10 minutes of arriving in hospital,
After eating ciguatera contaminated fish in Cancun.
Because of the cases like that
to legal in some areas from marine catridges
Since it’s impossible to know whether they are infected
Every year, during Egypt festival
Country engaged in the potentially life-threatening tradition of eating Fesikh.
which is a dish made from fermented, salted
Fesikhs have been eaten for centuries.
But in more recent years,
The Egyptian government has warned people not to eat the dish.
Because of the risk of ingesting clostridian botulinum.
That’s the toxin that causes botulism.
And it’s one of the most poisonous poisons known to men.
Once the botulism toxins in the fish consumed,
It can cause flaccid paralysis and respiratory failure.
8% of cases are fatal
and that number jumped for 50％ without proper treatment.
In pracrice, there are usually around two deaths from Fesikhs annually.
But in 1991, the worst year on record,
18 people died.
Despite that, many Fesikhs salads in Egypt considered those government warnings,
Since sales of the fatal fish have actually increased as a result.
No.2 Blood Clams
Clams can be found all over the world
and most of them are pretty safe to eat.
But that can’t exactly be said for Tegillarca granosa.
Also known as the Blood Clam.
Named that way because of the high levels of
Found around the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific,
Blood clams are buried deeper than the average variety
and filter through much more water.
That means and they are prone to absorbing and preserving
以及甲肝 戊肝等病毒 痢疾和伤寒
bacteria and viruses like hepatitis A and E, dysentery and typhoid.
Blood clams are now banned in Shanghai
despite being a delicacy in the city.
Mainly because the Shanghai starving for quick boiling them,
which doesn’t kill the bacteria.
That’s often outbreaked the hepatitis A in the city.
That infects more than 300,000 people
and killed 31people.
After it was imported from tropical Africa in the 18th century
Ackee became a staple food in Jermaca
and one half of the national dish,
But despite and widely enjoying delicacy.
Ackee is an incredible risky food if you not careful.
If the fruit is all before that right
That intorduce the body to a dangerous level of hyperglycemia.
And the minoacid that lowers blood sugar potentially lethal amounts.
That condition is known as Jamaican volutin sickness,
which just afects dozens of Jamaican annually.
In the worst year record in 2001
60 people contracted the sickness and just 3 months
and 36 of them died.
And worse still,
hyperglycemia doesn’t displace in cooking or storage
So you can still get JVS
even if you eat unright Ackee that has been canned.
Because of that risk, it’s been banned by the FDA in the US.
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