Fugu-Zosui refers to a Japanese rice porridge made with Fugu Fugu which is known as blowfish, pufferfish, or globefish in is one of the most exotic and adventurous foods to try in Japan, however, if it is not properly prepared it means almost certain death for the consumer. The Fugu's ovaries and intestines are deadly and must be entirely removed without puncturing them and a licensed Fugu Chef must be the only one who prepares the fish before serving.

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