In Thailand, Love of Food Carries Deadly Risks

In Thailand, Love of Food Carries Deadly Risks – NYT, April 25, 2011
…One popular dish in northeast Thailand is called pla som, or sour fish, which is made by mixing raw fish, garlic, salt, steamed rice and a pinch of seasoning powder. The mixture is shaped into egg-size portions, put into plastic bags and left to sit in the tropical heat for three days. That is not nearly long enough to kill the parasites, which die only after at least six months of fermentation…

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