FOODIE RUSTICA: AUGUST 2008
(Aug. 21, 2008)—NEW YORK—(BUSINESS WIRE)—A gourmet.com report offers insight into the problem of tapeworms in raw salmon. Raw salmon dishes—tartare, crudo, sushi, marinated and cured salmon—are popular at top restaurants these days, and they're showing up in home kitchens as well.
But as seafood expert Jon Rowley explains in an exclusive report, a tiny tapeworm larva may be lurking in the raw salmon flesh, just waiting for you to eat it so that it can take up residence in your digestive tract.
How can you protect yourself? Rowley offers these invaluable tips:
To get the full story and find out how you can protect yourself, click here.
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