How to Dissect a Poisonous Pufferfish for Consumption

You’ve read about the Japanese delicacy fugu, which is a pufferfish or blowfish that contains deadly toxins. Why would anyone want to eat that? Those who know say it’s quite delicious. Chefs who prepare fugu must be certified after years of training in butchering the fish, to avoid serving the poisonous parts along with the flesh that is relatively toxin-free. That makes us curious about which parts are which. Now you can learn those parts with the 3D Fugu Japanese Blowfish Dissection Puzzle.

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The plastic fish comes in 34 parts that you can take apart and reassemble. The toxic organs are red, marked with a skull. While playing with the toy does not qualify you to prepare fugu, it comes with a kawaii certificate you can award yourself when you successfully dissect and reassemble the fish. See more of the fugu puzzle at Book of Joe. -via Nag on the Lake

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