Eating Blood Soup (Tiết canh) in Vietnam!

Eating Blood Soup (Tiết canh) in Vietnam!
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About This Episode:
Today I’m in Hoi An, looking for the finest Tiết canh which is also known as blood soup. The soup can be made from pig, goat or chicken blood, but mine is from a freshly drained duck. Thank you duck. This is the scary halloween episode, so grab a popcorn, squeeze your loved one and get ready for some chilling…soup. Kay, bye.

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  1. This is so disgusting. Raw blood often contains swine bacteria, and ingesting them may cause severe bacterial infections. For example, a streptococcus bacterium infection may cause respiratory decline, blood contamination, and severe necrosis in arms and legs, and is potentially fatal. In Vietnam, there are reports of human casualties after eating raw blood pudding….

  2. There are many kind of blood soup in Vietnam: dog, duck, pig, goat, cow, snake,…
    I’m Vietnamese and I have eaten blood soup when I was young. But I stoped eating blood soup about 25 years ago.
    it's too dangerous to eat.

  3. The reason the Tiet Canh is not so popular nowadays was because of the bird flu outbreak back in 2004 or 2005, then it wasnt really safe anymore but….who knows, the blood can be from pigs too, not only duck, anyway back then doctor will still recommend against the dish

  4. Anytime I ask my American friends if they want to try a little piece of Tiết canh, they reply politely that they are not vampires. Then I say poor you. I can keep my mouth watering when I see Tiết canh, and duck's tiet cang is the champion, then goat, pig come 2nd and 3rd respectively.

  5. I just watched the raw pig blood soup one and in the video they kept repeating how deadly it is and there r parasites. So does raw duck blood soup not have parasites cuz they said nothing in this video.

  6. When I was little, I used to try this. It's very delicious and unique. But nowadays food are not as clean as before. Then I don't recommend you this dish.

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