In the era of information technology explosion, many people have the habit of taking pictures posted online before enjoying the meal.
Although many people objected to this phenomenon, recently, posting photos of a young Japanese man has helped him escape the death.
It is known that Narathiga loves going fishing. One day, he went fishing and have a large harvest.
Before enjoying a lunch, he posted a picture on Twitter’s social network with the caption, “Caught the kawahagi! We’re going to eat sashimi! ”
However, Narathiga ‘s friend has deliberately discovered, this is not a kawahagi but a similar shape, their organs poisoned 50 times than puffer fish. If eat them, people will be poisoned, respiratory difficulty, numbness paralysis, convulsions and lose the awareness in about 10 hours to 2 days.
Fortunately, Narathiga saw the friend’s “advice” and then dropped the poisonous fish into the sea. He also thanked the man who saved himself from death.
In fact, Japanese love to eat sashimi (raw meat).
Comparing from the food cultures abroad, we Japanese tend to eat food raw. Take eggs for an example. When I became an adult, I was surprised to learn that eggs were not eaten raw in countries abroad. Chicken meat is commonly eaten raw in Japan as well. Sunazuri (gizzard) has a crunchy texture, and the liver is soft. Both meats go well with sesame oil and salt as they are almost tasteless themselves.
Many people have the habit of taking pictures posted online before enjoying the meal.
By posting pictures on social network to show the fish off with his friends, the guy has escaped the reaper.
Through this incident, people felt that Narathiga was lucky. If he quietly enjoyed this fish before posting the picture, the consequences would be unpredictable.
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