Eddie Lin

exotic food writer

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Eddie Lin is an exotic food writer. Author of Extreme Cuisine: Exotic Tastes from around the World, he blogs about food at Deep End Dining.

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When exotic food writer Eddie Lin asked his pregnant wife if she'd consider letting him eat her placenta, she said, "no way".

Eating Diane

When exotic food writer Eddie Lin asked his pregnant wife if she'd consider letting him eat her placenta, she said, "no way".

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In May of this year, by a vote of 62 to 8, the State Assembly  agreed to ban  the sale of the fins used to make shark fin soup.

Save the Sharks, Ban the Soup?

In May of this year, by a vote of 62 to 8, the State Assembly agreed to ban the sale of the fins used to make shark fin soup.

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