Thursday, September 29, 2005

Huli Ka!

If it is endangered, contaminated, naturally toxic or was procured from dubious sources, there's a chance that the food is illegal. Beef from mad cow disease-infected countries for instance. We were able to receive some contraband steeped in sukang Iloko and ginger. Mayubyub, which are Samaral (Siganidus) fingerlings, have been banned on Ilocano tables. My hypothesis is that these are stock of the collateral damage during dynamite fishing. Is there any illegal food in your place?


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