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E. Coli Scare Takes Raw Beef Liver Off the Menu in Japan


Copyright: The Wall Street Journal

June 15, 2012


Raw beef liver: Your goose is cooked. Starting in July, restaurants in Japan will be banned from serving raw beef liver after a food-safety panel deemed it a health risk. The move, announced Tuesday by the health ministry, slices into a proud part of Japan’s culinary culture, banishing a favorite dish from local bars and barbecue restaurants. It’s the equivalent of Buffalo wings vanishing from American bar menus....


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