Food, announced in the United States outlawed
We offer you an incomplete list of exotic and not much food, which for various reasons were banned on the territory of the United States.
Prepare and sell the fish without a license in the United States illegally. In the European Union trade fugue is also strictly prohibited. And all because the scales and internal organs of the puffer is very poisonous and contain tetrodotoxin - poison neuroparalitical action, causing asphyxia. In Japan, the ban on fugu long been abolished - dishes from this fish is considered a delicacy and are sold in local restaurants.
Due to the toxicity of the pear-shaped fruit called Aki prohibited grown and imported into the United States. Aki is the national fruit of Jamaica and contains poison gipoglitsin, which can lead to poisoning, coma and even death.
Absinthe was banned in the US in the early 20th century, and in 1997 the drink was allowed to bring into the country under the strict supervision of the FDA Office of Food. A reason for this mugwort herb from which the absinthe. It contains thujone substance, which is considered a strong hallucinogen and is addictive.
More than 20 American states have banned the sale of raw milk. Some states have allowed the sale of raw milk that comes from private farms in small quantities. Unpasteurized milk is an everyday staple food until the early 19th century, then in agriculture started to implement pasteurization technologies to make milk safer. Laws prohibiting use of raw milk are intended to protect consumers against harmful microbes and bacteria. However, proponents of raw milk argue that sanitary standards applied in agriculture, produce absolutely safe for the health of the milk.
from pig's blood cake
This is the Taiwanese delicacy, consisting of rice and pig blood on a stick. And though hardly an American hot dog is more wholesome food than this dish is still a pie from pig's blood is prohibited in the United States, that is. Considered unhygienic to..
delicacies made from the liver of a duck or goose, was banned in Chicago from 2006 to 2008, t. To. The City Council members considered the procedure of force-feeding animals inhumane. For 8 days before slaughter goose administered in a huge amount of corn mash, because of which the liver is increased by 10 times. In 2012, the prohibition of forced feeding of animals was introduced in California.
Haggis was banned in America because of the fact that one of its ingredients are lightweight ram. Heart, liver, stomach and mutton are also included in the dish, the US authorities considered suitable for food.
This is the traditional cheese from Sardinia, which is made from another cheese - pecorino. It can withstand longer the usual fermentation step, leading to a state of decay, caused by the digestive activity of the cheese fly larvae. Larvae accelerate the process of fat breakdown, which is why cheese becomes soft. Those who wish to enjoy a scythe Marzo recommended while eating to protect the eyes, t. To. The larvae are able to jump to a distance of 15 centimeters. Some people prefer to remove the larvae before eating, while others eat the cheese with them.
In Europe, this bird is protected by law. Smuggling buntings in the US is a crime. In France, gourmets have long appreciated the great taste of this bird, which is why the number of buntings declined sharply, and the shooting became illegal. Birds are usually caught, gouged their eyes were then placed in the cell where, as the weft to foie gras forcibly fattened to enormous size. Then the bird drowned in brandy, roasted and eaten whole.
For Sale perch for profit is prohibited in all American states except Mississippi. US Department of Commerce imposed a ban on fishing perch in 1986, to increase its population, which has declined sharply due to the craze of this fish dishes.
shark finning is prohibited in the United States, t. To. Mutilated animals thrown back into the ocean, can not effectively move and hunt, so suddenly dies. Dishes of shark fins are considered a luxury and they can be used legally.
In most states, it is theoretically possible to try horse meat, but the killing of horses for the purpose of food is prohibited. At the same time, some slaughterhouses in America export horse meat to other countries. In June 2010, the US Congress voted to extend the law on the protection of wild nomadic horses and donkeys, which prohibits the slaughter of these animals.