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Japanese Chef Cooked His Own Male Genitals (PHOTOS)

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As , Huffpost said “THIS MAN GOT BALLS”

Mao Sugiyama, a self-described “asexual” from Tokyo, cooked up, seasoned and served his own genitalia to five diners at a swanky banquet in Japan last month for 100,000 YEN.

In most cases, “asexual” is a word used to describe a person who is non-sexual. Sugiyama, however, embraces it as a way to show that he does not affiliate with either gender.

Cook Mao Sugiyama sparked a firestorm on 8th April Tweet :

[Please retweet] I am offering my male genitals (full penis, testes, scrotum) as a meal for 100,000 yen …Will prepare and cook as the buyer requests, at his chosen location.

Dinning Updates :

Just days after Sugiyama’s 22nd birthday, the artist underwent elective genital-removal surgery, divvied up the severed penis shaft, testicles, and scrotal skin between five people, and garnished it with button mushrooms and Italian parsley.

On April 13, five of six diners who signed up for the $250-a-plate feast, sat down to dinner. The sixth person was a no-show.

The story went viral in Japan. Some showed even more interest, while others complained. But Calorie Lab called Japanese authorities, who deemed the banquet legal because there is no law against cannibalism in the country.

 


PHOTOS of Chef Genitals :  At Your Own Risk 


WARNING: You are about to see several pictures of cooked and uncooked genitalia. These pictures will be offensive to some.

Mao Sugiyama's Meal During Surgery - Removal of Male Genitals

 

 

Mao Sugiyama's Genitals Dinners

 

Served , Garnished for just $250

 

Platable Genitals

 

The Meal Before it was cooked

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Choclate Mania

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Chocolate Mania

Forget love … I’d rather fall in chocolate!” – Anonymous

Ever since I watched the movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, I childishly envisioned myself in a chocolate world..where everything was made of chocolates of different kind…And even though my obsession with chocolates dated back to my birth (figuratively) the idea this film inculcated in me added more bars to that obsession. With Ammi and everyone asking me to cut on my chocolate craving, I was all the more tempted to devour just one more, to end my day’s quota.

Precisely, this fatal attraction has moved me to write about the munchy delight I am head over heels in love with.

Chocolate is made by fermenting the seeds from the cacao tree, grounded to cocoa mass, liquified into two components cocoa solids and cocoa butter, which are then processed for the different kinds of chocolates.

“There are four basic food groups: milk chocolate, dark chocolate, white chocolate, and chocolate truffles.” – Anonymous

Types:

Dark chocolate: made by mixing fat, sugar and cocoa has an almost zero milk component. It is used for eating and cooking alike.

Semisweet chocolate: a dark chocolate with half as much sugar as cocoa, and is frequently used for cooking purposes.

Bittersweet chocolate: An Unsweetened chocolate or chocolate liquor to which some sugar (less than a third), more cocoa butter and vanilla is added. Usually used in baking and cooking.

Milk chocolate: is solid chocolate made with milk in the form of milk powder, liquid milk, or condensed milk.

White chocolate: Sometimes, not even called a chocolate as it is a confection based on sugar, milk, and fat without the cocoa solids.

Health benefits:

“It has been shown as proof positive that carefully prepared chocolate is as healthful a food as it is pleasant; that it is nourishing and easily digested… that it is above all helpful to people who must do a great deal of mental work.” – Anthelme Brillat-Savarin

While we are tempted by such a range of choc -variety, let’s also see how we can justify our chocolate cravings to our parents.

The much cursed chocolate which my mother would’nt let me have because she feared it would rot my pretty teeth. But there’s so much more to it..let’s go down in the nitty gritty of things.

The following studies have been presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s Annual Meetings. One study with more than 44,000 participants found that those who ate a weekly serving of chocolate were 22 percent less likely to suffer a stroke than those who ate no chocolate.

· A 2008 study showed a small bar of dark chocolate a day lowers the levels of protein, associated with inflammation, in blood. 

· Recent studies show that blood platelets clump together more slowly in chocolate eaters. This in turn prevents the formation of blood clots, that leads to heart attacks. Chocolate intake also lowers blood pressure, and help prevent formation of artery plaques and improve blood flow.

· Eating chocolate may even help with numbers. A study report in 2009 revealed that people became good at counting backwards in groups of three after they had consumed a hot cocoa drink containing large amounts of a compound found in chocolate. These compounds, called flavonoids, which may increase blood flow to the brain.

· Anti-cancerous benefits of chocolates are also worth mentioning because flavonoids are linked to help reduce the cell damage that promote tumor growth. Antioxidants protect the body from aging caused by free radicals, which can cause damage that leads to heart disease. Dark chocolate contains a large number of antioxidants (nearly 8 times the number found in strawberries. They also help relax blood pressure through the production of nitric oxide, and balance certain hormones in the body.

Wow…all these benefits… aren’t you already to devour some chocolates now. Go and do that..but I’ll sure catch up with you soon with some great chocolate recipes…How about that?

There’s more to life than chocolate, but not right now.
— Author Unknown

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Eating Healthy When Times are Tough

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Eat Healthy Foods during Tough Times

Organic, free-range, grass fed, non-gmo, dye-free and gluten-free are some of the popular labels that accompany certain healthy food choices these days. Sadly, along with these labels come high prices. According to global organic farming statistics, in 2009 the United States was the number one country (followed far behind by Germany and France) with the largest domestic markets for organic food.

During economic downturns many people need to tighten their belt and re-assess their purchasing habits. Eating healthy when times are tough can be a real challenge. It takes a little ingenuity, patience and research to find where and how you can obtain many of the healthy foods you’ve come to love and appreciate.

Organic vs. Non-Organic

Advertising campaigns can really sway consumers into thinking that what they are purchasing and what they need to purchase are two completely different things. Do not get sucked into the hype. Although organic farming has created a gold rush of business for many corporations much of it is overtly sensationalized, so much so that even the word ‘organic’ has been considerably stretched thin. To compare what may be best to purchase and avoid when considering healthy food choices, it is best to consult the “clean 15” and the “dirty dozen” lists of foods that are susceptible to pesticides and which should be bought organic.

The Dirty Dozen

During tough times you may want to avoid these fruits and vegetables unless you want to buy them organic. The following non-organic foods have been cited as testing positive for between forty-seven and sixty-seven pesticides:

  • Sweet bell peppers
  • Domestic blueberries
  • Lettuce
  • Imported grapes
  • Cherries
  • Apples
  • Nectarines
  • Potatoes
  • Strawberries
  • Peaches
  • Kale, collard greens and spinach
  • Celery

The Clean Fifteen

These fifteen foods present very small amounts to zero traces of pesticides and can be purchased as inexpensive as possible without compromising your health:

  • Cabbage
  • Kiwi
  • Asparagus
  • Sweet onions
  • Cantaloupe
  • Watermelon
  • Eggplant
  • Sweet peas
  • Pineapples
  • Sweet corn
  • Mango
  • Onions
  • Avocado
  • Grapefruit
  • Sweet potatoes

Buy in Bulk but Buy Smart

With so many warehouse shopping opportunities these days it is worth the initial yearly membership fee to get in on some of the ground floor bargains. By purchasing food in bulk you can still make healthy choices without paying exorbitant individual prices. Assess what you or your household consumes on a regular basis and purchase those items in bulk accordingly. It is important to not let your wide eyes do your shopping when you enter these havens of everything or before you know it you will be leaving with four hundred dollars worth of cases of pickles, candy and mayonnaise.  Stick to what will be used quickly so it does not sit in your refrigerator and spoil or take up necessary shelf space.

Go Easy on the Flesh

Meat, poultry and fish prices are on the rise almost daily. In addition, many of these animal products are tainted with antibiotics and irradiation. Cutting back on your meat consumption and replacing your meals with pasta, rice and beans or salads will not only go easier on your pocketbook but will definitely add to more quality health. Legumes alone are high in protein, fiber and minerals that the body has an easier time digesting and assimilating.

Store Brands

Store brands have become savvier in competing with name brands by improving their ingredients, packaging and especially, price. Do not be afraid to try store brand pastas, salsas, snacks, frozen foods and more. You may be surprised at the comparable quality as well as savings.

Coupon-Mania

Do not get caught up in the coupon traps so many stores are apt to set up. It may seem like a good deal at first to purchase three of the expensive name brand items at what seems to be a lower price but after checking the weight or amount it may not hold up. Slow down when you shop and if possible shop alone with your own music in your headphones. This will enable you to concentrate better and not be confused by outside disturbances.

Junk Foods are Less Expensive but Can They Be Healthy?

This is a fine line because junk foods have become more inconspicuous with their packaging and ingredients. Stay away from sugar, high fructose and corn syrup and instead look for things such as pretzels, crackers, rice or soy ice cream and the like. These items can be less expensive while at the same time healthful.

Hopefully some of these tips will help you eat healthy when times are tough. Preparing food at home and keeping vigilant will go a long way and just may stick, even when tough times subside.

 

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5 International Food Brands Making Pakistanis Sick

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FATTY BRANDS

Now how culture and eating habits change in just a decade. This is one of the analysis :


  1. Mc Donald’s

Mc Donald’s holds to be the leader in making people sick not just in Pakistan but have already done enough destruction in USA, UK and other countries. Mc Donald’s owns the responsibility of making people fatty, bulky and major diabetic.

Why Mc Donald’s ? Mc Donald’s is the initiator in producing a surge of Fast Food , and that wave took human beings towards life time diseases.  Ultimately , makes people unfit , unhealthy,  fatty and diabetic.


  1. Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut is next the major issue , without any doubt people are unable to afford Pizza Hut pizza from the prospect of common man in Pakistan. However, Pizza Hut is responsible for openings of large number of Pizza parlors and restaurants in Pakistan. Pizza is severally unhealthy and dangerous for Heart patients also increase high risk of Cholesterol , Uric Acid and Diabetes.

Another additional thing for making people fatty , unfit and unhealthy.


  1. KFC

KFC is also one of the stake holders in making people sick as Mc Donald’s. They introduced Fried Chicken as an addition. They mean Business not health of their customers. KFC impacts revolutionary on Pakistan food culture that it generates indirectly AFC , HFC , LFC and many more Fried Chicken Houses .


  1. Domino’s Pizza

Pizza is unhealthy by whatever name it is to be called , yes indeed Domino’s came late in Pakistan. Domino’s is not responsible for growing Pizza Takeaways but Domino’s responsible for making people sick in respect of Value attach to it. Too expensive meal and of course unhealthy. Expensiveness makes people mentally sick for not meeting up to the needs of common person.


  1. Subway

Now this is one way of food , which is not dangerous for health or unhealthy food. But , which is unrealistic food in Pakistan. Majority of Pakistan feels why I should by a salad pie of just around 200 Rupees ($2.5). Subway responsible for not satisfying people and disturbing hopes.

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