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Episode 651: The Salmon Taboo

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Episode 651: The Salmon Taboo

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Episode 651: The Salmon Taboo

Episode 651: The Salmon Taboo

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In Japan, they've eaten cooked salmon forever. And they've been been eating raw fish for hundreds of years. But not all fish. Raw salmon, no way. Then, 30 years ago, a few people halfway around the world launched a plan to change that.

Today on the show: How hard could it be to get a nation of sushi lovers to eat raw salmon?


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