12 Foods You Never Knew Were Illegal in the U.S.
We wouldn’t eat some of these even if they were legal, to be honest.
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According to Delish, New Orleans chef Paul Prudhomme started a redfish frenzy when he revealed his recipe for blackened redfish. It became so popular that the species became endangered. Now it’s illegal to sell redfish in every state except Mississippi.
You’ll have to travel across the Atlantic to try this savory pudding native to Scotland. It’s made with sheep lung, and the USDA has banned foods containing lungs since 1971. Next, here’s how to protect yourself from 13 everyday things that could get you sued.