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Can you eat Mackerel raw?

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Although Mackerel is one of the most eaten types of fish in Japan, it is rarely eaten raw. Raw mackerel is infamous due to the risk of being infected by Anisakis, a type of parasite that can cause an acute stomachache. ... Saba tastes rich in fat, especially in the winter season.

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