Everyone knows that chicken should never be undercooked.
Because, as we've all been taught, raw chicken is a breeding ground for salmonella.
Well, earlier this week, Food & Wine posed a different take on the raw chicken debate: Would you eat raw chicken, if it was in sashimi form?
On Twitter, the response was an unequivocal "HELL FUCKING NO":
Some reacted with pure, unironic offense:
While others were just offended by the question:
To be completely honest, I've literally never seen such a united response on Twitter:
To reiterate, this dish IS served in many eateries in Japan, where chefs "work closely with small farms to ensure the chickens are raised to the highest standards."
Though I'm sure none of these assurances are enough to convince someone to chew on slimy raw chicken.
I'm all set, fam.Maybe if it was made with chicken that I KNEW was fresh and safe to eat.Sure, I'd try it.
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Would you eat chicken sashimi?
vote votesI'm all set, fam.
vote votesMaybe if it was made with chicken that I KNEW was fresh and safe to eat.
vote votesSure, I'd try it.