Fugu (fish): Fugu is a marine fish of the genus Takifugu fugu (河豚 ／ 鰒 ／ 鮐 ／ 魨 ／ 鯸 ／ 鯺), known to cause very serious tetrodotoxin poisoning. This fish is also called "puffer fish" and "puffer fish" in the eastern Mediterranean.
Cautious, Westerners turn them into lanterns. The Japanese have elevated it to one of their most refined dishes due to the delicacy of its flesh but also its skin, which is prepared in slices that are boiled and then grilled.
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