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Shark Fin Soup

12 Ratings: -0.6
Asian Delicacy soup

Shark fin soup is an Asian delicacy served in many Chinese restaurants. The fins are dried and sometimes soaked in hydrogen peroxide to improve its color before being shredded and cooked in the soup. In the U.S., shark fin soup is still considered more … see full wiki

3 reviews about Shark Fin Soup
Quick Tip by . March 13, 2010
posted in Gourmand
Completely morally opposed to this soup.
Quick Tip by . January 16, 2010
The most expensive soup found in many Chinese restaurants in Singapore, Hong Kong & Thailand. It is a delicacy and very popular for Chinese.
review by . December 10, 2008
Shark Fin Soup is another barbaric tradition that results in the slaughtering of thousands of innocent creatures every year. Sharks, which date from the time of dinosaurs, are killed just for a single part of their body that goes into the soup. Like Spanish bullfighting, this tradition can be eradicated if we stop patronizing it!   
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