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Aren’t I cute.
Reblogged from noodlesandbeef
Oh, almost forgot to post the glorious photo of what the chef made for me at that sushi place within Tsukiji Fish Market. I told him “Omakase onegaishimasu,” a wonderful Japanese phrase for I’ll leave it to you. Which means you’re entrusting the chef to create what he wants, what he feels is most fresh, and present it to you. I was not disappointed.
Left to right, top to bottom:
- pile of ginger
- unagi (eel)
- uni (sea urchin penis, very fresh, watched him scrape it from a living urchin)
- ikura gukan (salmon eggs)
- a quartet of tuna maki
- an exotic animal I’ve wanted to eat for years but won’t divulge on my blog
- hamachi (young yellowtail)
- aka-gai (clam)
- Maguro tuna
- And shrimp
I watched him slice and devein the live shrimp within seconds of placing it on my plate. It was still moving when I went to eat it. Eek!
Very adventurous omakase. I enjoyed the new foods…sushi so fresh its still alive.
I can’t wait to go to some sushi places in San Francisco.
My bed is empty, someone come and fix that. Mind you I’m still sick so I require healing cuddles.
Don’t worry Mr. Ribbit doesn’t mind sharing.
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Im sorry but I full heartedly disagree with this response. Once again it is this kind of mindset that it’s a party drug that is turning people off from it. It has been proven in multiple studies that taking this drug reduces the risk of getting HIV. And that by taking it as a pre exposure prophylaxis reduces the risk 99% The CDC suggests that people at risk of contracting HIV should take is so aka gay men and trans women should be on PrEP. And the cost issue isn’t really an issues because there are MULTIPLE programs available to people to cover the cost. The issues that they have run into involving the kidneys go away once you’ve stopped taking the medication and they are working on a formula that is injectable so the kidney problems won’t be an issue. Further more I have a HUGE problem with anyone shaming people aka calling them careless and selfish. By you doing so you called the owner of this blog selfish, you can unfollow me and ignore my blog all together.
End of rant….
There is just one thing I would point out—PrEP has shown to reduce the risk of infection 30-70%. The studies also indicate that adherence to treatment regime is also a stumbling block.
Also, PrEP is not a substitute for a condoms with randoms, like the OP seems to be implying. It has no efficacy against anything but HIV-1 and Hep B. (Be warned, I have only researched on Wikipedia, but the article seems well grounded, and the references seem in order - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pre-exposure%20prophylaxis 29/07/2014)
I have mentioned these in other posts and the links that I’ve posted. The study with the 30-70% was in a study that included people on the trials that did not take the drug. So for people who do take it regularly the percent is closer to 99%. I think it was mentioned in the 2nd or 3rd video I posted the other day.
I do commend you for looking into it for yourself. That’s all I want people to do. I think there are to many misconceptions about this so any conversation about PrEP/Truvada is good. While this may not be for everyone I do believe people should proactive in their health and know all available options.