Eating Deadly Fugu Fish with Casey Neistat on Eater New York's Consumed

Fugu, or Japanese Pufferfish, is one of the most deadly foods you can consume if not prepared correctly. The preparation of Fugu is strictly regulated in Japan, with sushi chefs requiring years of practice, supervision and a license before they can serve it in a restaurant. The poison in Fugu is so strong, it is 1200 times stronger than cyanide, with enough poison in each fish to kill five humans.

In this video by Eater NY, brave host Kat Odell is joined by local filmmaker and internet celebrity Casey Neistat at Midtown’s Sushi Zen, one of the only places to get Fugu in the City.

via Eater NY

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