Rare today, the food can be called completely healthy and safe. Genetically modified foods often replace us with the usual food. However, risky identity, being in search of the adrenaline of doping, sometimes to eat such food, which often can lead to death of the hapless gourmet.
The first place among the most dangerous dishes in the world is honorable fugu meat. One drop of tetradotoxin, which are full of milk, liver and the intestines, can cause respiratory arrest, and the poison contained in one fish is enough to kill 35-40 people. By the way, there is no cure. Interestingly, to enjoy a dangerous delicacy hundreds of eager thrill-seekers, and the death of 70-100 people are not deterred by these foodies.
In the second place astwo from a live octopus San NAK JI. No poisonous substances in the dish there is, however, stirring in the throat gourmet tentacles can cause choking and lead to the death of gourmet. So chefs recommend starting a sea reptile from the head. By the way, the octopus is very helpful and contains almost no fat, so it is often chosen by people who prefer organic food .
Casu Marzu – rotten cheese, made in Sardinia. Recently he was banned, but it is easy to purchase illegally. Implanted in cheese cheese fly larvae – worms up to 8 mm long. Continue reading
Once upon a time, more than 150 years ago, potato chips were the snack, designed exclusively for high society. Chips at that time were on the menu for the most expensive restaurants in America. It is in the USA appeared first on potato chips.
In our country the chips were made relatively recently, in the 60-ies of the last century. They were called crispy potato slices.
In General, chips are prepared according to two main technologies. In classical variant the potatoes washed, cleaned and cut into thin slices which are then fried in deep fat. A more modern way of cooking is that the potato pre-make mashed potatoes, which then form future chips.
Such a product can be easily cooked at home. It is desirable to have a special grater to get thin slices of potato. A significant disadvantage of home cooking, and indeed manufacturing, is prolonged exposure to hot vegetable oil is formed on the slices of potato carcinogens that is very harmful for the body.
Potato chips — a favorite of many, especially children, snack. But do not forget that in the process of making chips, namely their frying in vegetable oil, the formation of harmful substances such as acrylamide free, cancerogene and TRANS fatty acids. So do not fall in love with the use of this product. Continue reading
Make a list of the world’s most expensive products is difficult, because in the world of luxury gastronomy everything is so volatile. And yet there are foods that in any season, regardless of trends and economic situation in the world, are unrelenting demand, which determines their high price.
1. Beluga caviar
Beluga caviar is the most expensive product in the world, because a kilogram of Beluga caviar costs up to $ 5,000. Beluga is one of the rarest species of sturgeon, which inhabits the Caspian basin. This caviar is harvested from sturgeon adults (20 years and older), which weigh at least 2 tons. Beluga caviar ranks first in the size of eggs (up to 2.5 mm in diameter) and nutritional value. The criterion for assessing the quality Beluga caviar is its color: the lighter the ROE, the higher the price (color varies from black or a dark purple to a pearly-gray). When you crack the egg, it bursts, and you feel a sharp salty taste, which nothing can not be confused. Beluga caviar is usually served with toast and butter, which underline her specific taste.
Saffron is the most expensive seasoning in the world. Depending on the time of year, the price of saffron varies from 1500 to 2500 dollars a pound (0,450 kg). Saffron is obtained from the flowers of saffron, hand-picked. To produce a pound of dry saffron, it is necessary 50 – 70 thousand flowers (this is a crop from an area of a football field).This is a very long and laborious process, which explains the sky-high (as for spice) the price of saffron. Continue reading