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What Is Funazushi? Japanese Fermented Sushi

Would You Eat Fermented Sushi?

I was watching the Japan episode of Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern the other day, wherein Zimmern samples funazushi, an ancient preparation of sushi that involves packing a fish (eggs intact) with salt, then aging it for up to six years. Even the show's host wasn't a big fan, and he's enjoyed some unconventional meals. Still, he could appreciate the historical value of this Japanese delicacy. Are you adventurous enough to try it?

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AmberHoney AmberHoney 6 years
Agree and this pic made me puke in my mouth literally! :sick:
amber512 amber512 6 years
^Exactly what I was going to say!
limelindsey limelindsey 6 years
I won't even eat regular sushi. Skeeves me out.
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