tiết canh (raw blood soup) - vietnam


Raw blood soup (tiết canh in Vietnamese) is a dish made with raw blood of ducks or geese (sometimes pigs), with peanuts and herbs on top.­

This is the typical protein-rich breakfast of the country people in Northern Vietnam, but is very dangerous because of the H5N1 bird flu virus.­ The government is trying to make it illegal to sell this dish, but try to explain bird flu to the country people.­.­.­

This blog has more information on tiết canh.­

This small series is part of my Vietnam photo album.

You can also check these smaller selections of photos on selected subjects:

- Tribe people of Vietnam: A selection of my best photos of Tribe people from Northern Vietnam.­

- Markets of Vietnam.

- Tiết canh (raw blood soup).

- Road construction in Vietnam.

- Spaying a piglet.

- A photo-documentary about eating dog meat for dinner: "Thịt chó" means eating a (hot) dog - literally). But be advised that those are very GRAPHIC photos and not advised for children.­

tiet canh ret ngon -em la nguoi balan ma muon an nhieu:) chuc an ngon cho cac nguoi
Oh this disk i our favourite food so we have no reason to refuse using in our meal! But we eat raw blood soup when my mother make only. Because she alway make it very clean. foreigner dare not try it because in their opinion raw blood soup is terrible food.