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A sushi mystery solved

Posted by Devra First  November 17, 2008 10:07 AM

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Sitting at the sushi bar Saturday night, eating ankimo, or monkfish liver.

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"Eat someone else's liver for a change!"

Me: "Why do sushi bars serve ankimo, but never any other kind of fish liver?"

Sushi chef: "Because the other kinds don't taste good."

Ah. That makes sense.

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