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Ahi, a common saltwater fish that’s found in tropical South America, is a popular food item in the Philippines.
It’s also a popular pet food in Japan, where it’s a staple in sushi.
But in the U.S., there’s a lot of controversy surrounding the food.
The FDA has banned it, and people in Japan have been getting in on the fun with their own creations.
Here’s a quick overview of the difference.
What’s the deal with ahi?
Ahi is a saltwater or freshwater fish.
It has two fins, two legs and two tentacles, which are often called the mouthparts.
Ahi poke is a seaweed-based dish.
It usually consists of a mix of seaweed, fish or shrimp, and may include a scoop of salt, a scoop or a bit of ground seaweed or fish.
A lot of people swear by it.
Kangaroos are a wild-caught species of saltwater crocodile.
They can grow up to 2 feet long.
Kangaroas are considered the apex predator in South America.
They’re also one of the fastest growing animals in the world.
It takes around four years for a kangara to reach sexual maturity, and in some areas, a male can live as long as 40 years.
How does it taste?
A good deal of the hype surrounding ahi comes from its reputation as a superfood.
It can be a healthy, high-fat, and high-protein source of vitamins and minerals.
But its high sodium content has drawn criticism.
It comes with some added sugar and may also contain trace amounts of gluten.
Some people are also concerned about its high cost, which has led to some food companies banning the fish.
Some other controversies surround kangaroo.
It contains chemicals that can be carcinogenic and has been linked to kidney disease.
In 2015, a study found kangarian babies had lower IQs and had a higher risk of birth defects.