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Sushi lovers wondering about mercury levels in fish can now search for those levels with the new “Safe Sushi” smartphone app, thanks to the largest environmental advocacy group in the U.S.
Two recent investigations reveal that the plate of sushi you order from your favorite restaurant or that market fresh fish you fry up in a pan may not be the exact fish marketed by the retailer. You think you're eating tuna but it's actually escolar.
The city of Berlin, known as the center of the alternative scene in Europe, is the anti-romantic city par excellence. But then, where could the lovers go for a nice and cheap Berliner Valentine's Day?
According to the gossip rags it's best not to tease actor Jeremy Piven about fish. After leaving a Broadway show this year over because of alleged mercury poisoning from bad fish Piven is a bit uptight about the subject.
When one orders sushi at their favorite Japanese restaurant they assume they are getting what they ordered. That thought would be wrong in many Toronto sushi spots according to an investigative report from the Toronto Star.
Once in awhile folks need to do something that is beyond the ordinary, especially on Valentine's Day. Indulge in sin; why not? The Japanese have spread the glad tidings, and now everyone is climbing aboard.
While Jeremy Piven may say that mercury poisoning lead to him leaving Speed the Plow others say he was fired. The star claims that he left his run early because of mercury poisoning. The word out though is he was booted off the show for being a diva.
TOKYO (dpa) - Japan is best known in modern times for having brought the Walkman and karaoke to the world. Now a new craze is on its way from Japan: "food on the conveyor belt".Dispense with the waitresses and waiters? Well not quite. But sushi on the ...