Japan is a lush nation with some of the most diverse cuisine in the world. That doesn’t extend to all parts of the country, however. After World War II, islanders in Japan’s far south found themselves without a sustainable food source. Left with no other options, they did the unthinkable: transform a poisonous plant into a staple food. What’s more, they still enjoy eating it today!
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