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i've seen already other threads about it but, still i don't know what to do.
i am pretty sure i'm non secretor.
i was used to buy a dry powder made 100% wasabia japonica called Namidia.
sorry it is not an advertising as such but i'd rather want to be sure that we all are talking of the same stuff.
so, i put some water into it and mix as well.
i have to say: good, no way that it is even closer to the normal wasabi that you see in chinese shops or whatever...(with all respect )
anyway IF i put lemon on the raw fish, such as salmon or tuna..., is it a good idea to use it too?
AND is it a beneficial, neutral or what?
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Since wasabi is not rated all by itself, we need to take a look at what it's most similar to in typebase. Horseradish is the closest thing to wasabi, and horseradish is beneficial or neutral for all types. http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?203

Lemon juice is certainly fine for all blood types. So long as you're using compliant fish, then eating raw fish with lemon and horseradish is fine. Make sure you buy "sushi grade" fish that's designed to be eaten raw for safety reasons. I think it's frozen for 2 weeks before sale to kill any parasites that might be there.


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thank you sooooo much!very appreciated


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