Haaievin op het Menu in China

Gepubliceerd op vrijdag 29 april 2011 door Tycho


Haaievin op het menu in een restaurant in de wijk Fangzhuang in Beijing. De vin is gestoofd en komt in een stenen pot met soep, abelone en zeekomkommer. Aldrie deze zeeproducten hebben naam de manlijke potentie te verhogen. Een soepje haaievin kost een stijle 168 yuannen maar wie daarna drie keer kan klaagt natuurlijk niet over die paar centen.

Ik wilde de soep graag proberen maar mijn vriending was keihard teeg, die arme haaien en och och. Boofdien weet zij natuurlijk wel dat ik het goedje medisch gezien nergens voor nodig heb. Wel, ik ga nog eens alleen terug om toch te proeven.

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