In July 2011, the Agriculture Ministry banned fishing, selling and consuming any of the seven species of puffer
fish found in the Mediterranean Sea in decree 272/1, following several hospitalization cases of those who ate the fish.
It's great that the recipes we use can help keep the puffer
The process is more intrusive than the puffer
machines, but the machines take up much less space.
We propose characterizing this food poisoning syndrome as saxitoxin puffer
fish poisoning (SPFP) to distinguish it from PFP, which is traditionally associated with tetrodotoxin, and from PSP caused by STXs in shellfish.
It will probably surprise many Americans to learn that during World War II, de-poisoned species of Atlantic Ocean puffers
were marketed as "sea squab.
The difference, however, is that Puffer
protects the confidentiality of your data with strong 256-bit AES encryption.
The FDA said in a statement that the people fell sick after eating puffer
fish fillets cooked with boiled rice and porridge.
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Japan imported nearly 1,700 metric tons (t) of fugu commonly known as blowfish, globefish, puffer
, or swellfish), valued at $9.
Zurich, one of the largest underwriters of environmental insurance in North America, announces that two new regional managers have joined its North American Environmental team: Richard Calvert has been named manager for the South Central region, and Warren Puffer
is the new manager for the Northwest region.
fish which became an international celebrity after being featured in a National Geographic magazine has a new home at Tynemouth's Blue Reef Aquarium.
Using underwater cameras, the team discovered the artist is a small puffer
fish only a few inches in length that swims tirelessly through the day and night to create these vast organic sculptures using the gesture of a single fin," the blog (http://www.