Are RAW EGGS Really Safe in Japan?

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    In many countries, people don't eat their eggs raw because there is a high chance that the eggs are contaminated with salmonella, which can cause food poisoning.

    In Japan, however, there is a culture in which not only eggs but various other foods are eaten raw (such as sushi/sashimi). In order to protect this food culture, there is a world-class hygiene management system in place.

    First of all, from the stage of hatching, the chicks are fed only highly safe diets specified by law. Next, eggs are washed, inspected, and sorted following strict quality standards before being packaged in containers with little or no human contact and sold in stores under complete hygiene control. Without this multi-step process, eggs in Japan cannot make it on the store shelves.

    I myself grew up eating my favorite “raw egg on rice” almost everyday since I was a child, but I have never had any food poisoning before. Japanese eggs also have a "best-before" date and it is dangerous to eat them raw if they are past that date.

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Dire_wolf 87
Dire_wolf 87

The chances of getting salmonella from eggs in the US is actually quite low, only about 1 in 20,000 eggs have the bacteria. It was much more common in the 80s but regulations for eggs in the US have gotten much tighter now.

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Truth Hurts TV
Truth Hurts TV

1 in 20,000 isn't that low.....

Vor 4 Tage
Drew
Drew

@Blaise Stritt the Japanese have been safely eating raw eggs since before America was ever a thing

Vor 6 Tage
Drew
Drew

@HOLY CRUSADER then there’s me eating dozens of raw cookie dough balls 😂

Vor 6 Tage
Mob
Mob

Cool

Vor 8 Tage
Liam Parker
Liam Parker

@ezakustam erm.. yes it is. British hens are vaccinated against salmonella so the eggs are safe.

Vor 10 Tage
Euro
Euro

Just want to say thank you for always bringing great content ❤️

Vor 14 Tage
Aibe Marie Magdalaga
Aibe Marie Magdalaga

Japan is literally the cleanest country not just in the surroundings but even in food😲 kudoss!!!

Vor 22 Tage
Imtisunep Lcr
Imtisunep Lcr

About food that won't be correct I guess, there's been many cases because they sometimes serve raw food like sushi infested with anisakis.

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This is Youtube
This is Youtube

With alabama soundtrack ofcourse.

Vor 3 Tage
Riveldor26
Riveldor26

But I heard they use too much plastics?😀

Vor 5 Tage
KIURazin
KIURazin

Say hello to love hotels and wamen eat

Vor 6 Tage
Lucas Tornado
Lucas Tornado

@Messerstolfo yeaaa

Vor 8 Tage
Maaden_Swe
Maaden_Swe

This is great and also true for Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland. And probably many other countries. Laws and regulations are often a great thing.

Vor 29 Tage
Lucky Cat
Lucky Cat

For Sweden?! JAG SKA ÄTA ÄGG!

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Cisn
Cisn

I've lived in the US my entire 20 years so far, eating 3 raw eggs almost every morning, and yet to get sick because I buy pasteurized eggs. Hopefully will continue this way!

Vor 29 Tage
Jozef Pastucha
Jozef Pastucha

​@BigNigIncoming US is just one country.

Vor 11 Tage
Cisn
Cisn

@Stephen then the eggs in Japan aren't raw either

Vor 14 Tage
Stephen
Stephen

They're not raw, then.

Vor 14 Tage
BigNigIncoming
BigNigIncoming

@Roshann Al-Turk this! Dude is just spitting straight nonsense in the vid on some japan supremacy

Vor 15 Tage
Roshann Al-Turk
Roshann Al-Turk

@M Gray Eggs bought at the grocery store have to be pasteurized to sell in the US

Vor 17 Tage
Emily Erxleben
Emily Erxleben

I'm actually really glad someone cleared this up because I was always worried that someone would get salmonella when I'd see them put raw yolks or whole raw eggs into their food. I appreciate that you took the time to explain this to us.

Vor 2 Monate
Shawn Creque
Shawn Creque

@LambChop Weather What does this even mean? When American’s eat foreign country food? Their own country food? When Americans eat country food?

Vor 28 Tage
Gustavo
Gustavo

Salmonella isn't the problem, the problem is that it is liquid and tastes like crap. Tastes worse, messier, isn't efficient and are also more expensive because of that process

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Josh C
Josh C

@Choko Boru I have always wanted to try natto because I want to see if I would like it.

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Choko Boru
Choko Boru

@7A stevanus Rahpael you eat it with hot rice and add soy sauce so And also, talking about slimy texture, there's something called natto and its probably more sticky and slimy and japanese and some other people from another country doesn't look like they have any problem eating it other than how it smells

Vor 2 Monate
LambChop Weather
LambChop Weather

@Murad Marvin American when country eat other food: 🤮🤮🤮🤢🤮🤢🤢😡😡😡🤬🤬

Vor 2 Monate
Szymon Kuraś
Szymon Kuraś

My father said that he was able to eat raw eggs and would eat raw eggs occasionally from the chickens his parents had. He lived in Poland so I’m guessing you can eat raw eggs there aswell

Vor 24 Tage
Gerardina_99_
Gerardina_99_

@NetRolller3D ohh yeah, I was wondering if I'm not mixing it up and it seems like I actually did. Thank you for correcting me ~

Vor 16 Tage
NetRolller3D
NetRolller3D

@Gerardina_99_ Pretty sure you got that backwards. In the EU, which Poland is part of, the egg scale goes from 0 (organic) to 3 (caged), not the other way around. 1 is freerange, and 2 is "alternative" (basically anything not caged or freerange is a 2).

Vor 17 Tage
turnertwist
turnertwist

Because it doesn't matter where you live, it depends on how well the animal is taken care of.

Vor 18 Tage
kalnitez
kalnitez

You can eat raw eggs in India as well , but they just taste like curry

Vor 19 Tage
Nazf X
Nazf X

He could only it eat raw because his parents grew the chickens. They probably also followed a diet which made it safe him to eat the eggs raw. I think you cant eat other eggs raw bcus the companies growing the chickens dont treat them well/ try to save as much money on them as possible to make the most profit

Vor 23 Tage
Lord Twiggo
Lord Twiggo

It doesn’t matter too much you can eat raw eggs anywhere as there is only around a 1 in 30000 chance that it has salmonella so you can eat them raw anywhere

Vor 24 Tage
Stephen
Stephen

@Nantae laughs in European. Our salmonella incidence per thousand is 10% of that in the US.

Vor 14 Tage
Stephen
Stephen

Although the salmonella occurrence is ten times higher in the US per thousand than it is in Europe.

Vor 14 Tage
Nantae
Nantae

Laughs in third world country And ain't salmonella really dangereous? Just like it's rare to get skin cancer sunbathing but you still want to REALLY avoid such a ugly problem at any cost

Vor 14 Tage
Yuta Sato
Yuta Sato

It depends on where you buy your eggs, and on what country you are, since other countries will have better sanitation in egg production in general compared to others.

Vor 23 Tage
ha na
ha na

When I lived in Japan I also ate raw egg on rice as breakfast sometimes. Never had problems. :)

Vor 2 Tage
RowanSage
RowanSage

That’s really cool! I love sushi and sashimi, I don’t mind raw meat, and it makes sense that Japan has strict regulations to prevent food poisoning from eating raw meat and eggs. I wish we had similar regulations where I live, food poisoning from sushi and other foods containing raw meat is really common in the US and still makes me apprehensive to eat it sometimes. Thanks for sharing!

Vor 26 Tage
Taggart Reed
Taggart Reed

Honestly I think everywhere should do this, like I’ve never gotten salmonella from cookie dough or whatever, but I still think it would be great for everyone to do

Vor 2 Monate
Remix
Remix

Look at all the Google experts lol.

Vor Monat
Taggart Reed
Taggart Reed

@JELLYtoru (Kintoru) I’ve been eating it for a decade and a half with absolutely zero problems, I think I’m good

Vor 2 Monate
Steve Farrell
Steve Farrell

@Gollot man 18 eggs is like $2, I do not care if they rise to $3 just for them to be quality. They’re still probably cheaper in Japan than here, regardlessly.

Vor 2 Monate
Sujana Mahim
Sujana Mahim

@Brian Justin that's what I literally said. I said raw flour can cause diseases. Your point?

Vor 2 Monate
Brian Justin
Brian Justin

@Sujana Mahim flour can have aflatoxins. Do you guys go to school

Vor 2 Monate
cazxm
cazxm

I would love to try this in Japan. Always wanted to go just to experience the culture but sadly I was only able to go during a 17 hour layover and I could only get ramen (which was absolutely delicious)

Vor 29 Tage
Annietje01
Annietje01

Thank you for this explanation! I now understand why multiple Asian countries eat raw food and I love your health food system! ❤️

Vor 15 Tage
royal frost rose
royal frost rose

Thanks man! I like how you made clear that this is a thing in Japan! Some people ever say, you can or can not eat them raw but never say that there is a reason that some people have eaten them raw at they places

Vor 28 Tage
Himanshu Bisht
Himanshu Bisht

I also wanted to eat eggs raw by seeing Japanese food style in animes. But it's risky here as there is no proper management which inspects food like Japan so I can't :-(

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Scorttxh !
Scorttxh !

that’s all interesting, but the thought of eating raw yolk still send shivers down my spine. not because of food poisoning, but because the consistency of raw yolk… i plan to try it one day though. y’all keep telling me it’s because of cultural differences as if i don’t already know that 🤨

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Victim of psychiatry
Victim of psychiatry

@Faiza Rizwan It doesn’t stink, Japanese eggs are really fresh

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Faiza Rizwan
Faiza Rizwan

People only talking about how the texture is slimy..... But nobody talking about how it stinks 😩

Vor 8 Tage
Victim of psychiatry
Victim of psychiatry

@Scorttxh ! 🤗

Vor 10 Tage
advena
advena

Haha I'm with you! I can't even handle egg yolks that are runny in the middle (sunny side up or whatever they call it).

Vor 20 Tage
l
l

Poached egg yolk is tasty.

Vor 20 Tage
Berkeleyblue
Berkeleyblue

This isn’t specific to Japan… There’s a lot of Raw Egg dishes over here in Switzerland (and europe in General)

Vor 12 Tage
Anna K47
Anna K47

The rest of the world needs to import these type of food safety laws! Really awesome!

Vor 7 Tage
Elvira Fabre
Elvira Fabre

When I was in Japan I had a lot of times eating raw egg mixed with raw meat in a yakiniku restaurant, and never in a single day I got stomach problem, or even poisoned. So I think it is safe.

Vor 22 Tage
yuar
yuar

It's very interesting to learn something new about Japanese culture. Thank you so much for your video !

Vor 10 Tage
You cheeky minx
You cheeky minx

Japan really does focus on every detail on the ins/outs of society and that is why so many people love the country.

Vor 2 Monate
Liam Woods
Liam Woods

Especially 80 hour work weeks and rape culture

Vor 13 Tage
Connaeris
Connaeris

So many people love the country because they only know it from anime.

Vor 14 Tage
りーな Riina
りーな Riina

It's fun for vacation, if you live here you'll soon get to know the ugly side too. Like for every other country 🤷

Vor 19 Tage
RonLarhz
RonLarhz

Dude. Japan is good infrastructurally but suck socially. Toxic patriachy like most country-->Misogyny, hierarchal structure, sexism, xenophobic, homophobic, street catcalling/harrassing/groping.

Vor 2 Monate
Matt Clark
Matt Clark

And the fact that their Justice system is fucked, hope you don't get falsely imprisoned

Vor 2 Monate
Tristan Roberts
Tristan Roberts

I actually started eating egg on rice years ago in 2015 after watching the anime Gin no Saji/Silver Spoon. Of course, the idea of eating a raw egg (even on hot rice that could cook it) makes me feel a bit uneasy, so I just fry the egg a little bit before putting it on the rice and mixing it together.

Vor 11 Tage
Mohan MK
Mohan MK

Japan despite of being nuked twice, is atleast 30 years ahead the rest of the world by means of Technology and Lifestyle and yet they hold on to their culture! And they follow the rules and work centric! Japan sets the goals for the rest of the world!

Vor 2 Tage
Kryp Ton
Kryp Ton

This makes so much sense!!! I always wondered how people got away with eating raw eggs in Japan. 🤔

Vor 13 Tage
Gina Chiodo
Gina Chiodo

I've swallowed raw eggs growing up. I liked it or I'd put a raw egg in a morning milk shake and I've never had food poisoning either. I also like sushi and I've never gotten sick from it either.

Vor 4 Tage
SuperK
SuperK

Everytime I go to Japan to meet my Grandparents, they would make the raw egg on rice sometimes and it would be the most delicious thing I've ever tasted

Vor 2 Monate
SuperK
SuperK

@ツルダ么 We all have bad days bro, don't have to put your negativity on others

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ツルダ么
ツルダ么

No one asked

Vor 2 Tage
Sammyxcatlover257
Sammyxcatlover257

@Patron99 the egg adds a nice creamy fluffy texture to it and has a light savory flavour. I like to add a little Herbs de Province to mine. It's very simple but one of my favorite things to eat and make. You want to use very hot rice though.I believe it is best to use chop sticks to fluff it into the rice. If you want to try it but are scared of the egg not being cooked all the way you can stir it together and microwave it. The texture won't be as creamy or fluffy but it'll work.

Vor 23 Tage
RayZor12
RayZor12

@Patron99 the creaminess ig

Vor 28 Tage
Stilton Márk
Stilton Márk

@wittlelucif3r yep, sure, but that doesn't make them taste any better.

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The Grand Lord
The Grand Lord

Eating raw egg also exist in our culture. Indonesian usualy mix raw egg with local herb drink called "jamu" There is lits and lots of type of jamu and we love to mix it with raw egg. The drink it self help to sterilize the egg since the drink were made using spice herbs We also love to eat raw egg without jamu. We crack the egg and put in glass. Usualy 3 to 5 egg and drink it.

Vor 11 Stunden
Felken
Felken

I thought it was because the eggs weren’t washed that you could eat them raw? Eggs when they’re laid have a thin filament layer that keeps bacteria out, and when an egg is washed, that thin layer is washed away, and so bacteria can enter. When the egg is unwashed, you don’t need to refrigerate them and you can eat them raw because bacteria can’t enter.

Vor 3 Tage
Izzy Halverson
Izzy Halverson

This is so cool and I wished the us and other countries did it. I eat very naturally and enjoy a number of raw food including sashimi and sushi

Vor 19 Tage
Royale Gamer Tani
Royale Gamer Tani

I am actually impressed how they work so hard for the culture.........I love every country ❤️

Vor 24 Tage
Vaquildoeslife
Vaquildoeslife

This is actually really cool and efficient, in the UK we have a vaccine that we give to chickens for this exact reason it's called the Red lion stamp and it's almost impossible to get anything that hasn't had this treatment done. It's super cool to see how different countries and cultures do the same thing in a different way.

Vor 2 Monate
Will
Will

@Boe Jiden how does being sick and not getting treatment have anything to do with freedom or bravery? I agree our healthcare system is fucked but they have nothing to do with what you mentioned.

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Imhereforit 247
Imhereforit 247

@Sti xaS I've heard people instead say with a cup of tea.

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PaddysDemon
PaddysDemon

@Jay Daksy ?! you mean the shell.. the part you don't eat? wee bit of dirt there still lion stamped there still safe

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Jay Daksy
Jay Daksy

Uhm……. no!, I’ve seen eggs (A lot of them) with the red lion stamp, still looking dirty with feathers still on them.

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Joe Ledwitch
Joe Ledwitch

@InfinityTornado Yes, you also don’t need to refrigerate eggs in the uk

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Mistro 217
Mistro 217

I once had a friend from Japan that I met the week after he came to the states. He made a classic noodle dish and cracked a raw egg right over it, I was confused about what he was doing but I thought, ay it's a dish from his culture so it must be perfectly fine. The next day the dude was suuuuper sick, had to explain to him you can't eat raw eggs over here

Vor 11 Tage
Drew
Drew

I have never had raw egg on rice 🍚 but I’ve eaten dozens of cookies 🍪 worth of raw cookie dough, never gotten food poisoning. I think we were told in school that Salmonella is more common in other proteins like meats such as chicken, beef and pork that are not cooked

Vor 6 Tage
HUSSAIN HAV
HUSSAIN HAV

I'm from India, when I was a kid someone told my father that 'drinking' 2 raw eggs ( you put 2 raw eggs in a cup and then drink the fluid ) and then immediately drink a glass of milk. He was told it's amazing for immune system, i was a kid and later i read somewhere that the eggs are not actually clean and can cause Avian Flu

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BaunerCity1000
BaunerCity1000

I would be more than down to try something like this! Shame the US doesn’t go about the same standards 🙁

Vor 17 Tage
min 10
min 10

If you’d like to try a raw egg on rice, I recommend to pick the one with an orange yolk, not yellow. Add some soy sauce, and make sure to mix it all well. As a Japanese, I personally eat this when I don’t have time or have no energy to *cook*👼 I didn’t eat it raw in Canada, though, because the eggs there had yellow yolks and tasted different from what I used to eat.

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Otaku Manga Studios
Otaku Manga Studios

@baad lyrics no, they do come from the same hole. Chickens are not mammals, they have a whole called the cloaca, which that's a major function of the cloaca. I suggest you analyze the anatomy of a bird sometime, especially a chicken, they really do have one hole for everything. So do the males, that's why there's not a dangly thing so to speak. If you in case you were wondering, the method that birds mate, is they basically align their cloacas, and that's why both have a hole.

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baad lyrics
baad lyrics

@Otaku Manga Studios i am very sure that eggs poop and pee dont come out the same hole. Maybe from the same area, very close together but otherwise it makes no sense at all.

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baad lyrics
baad lyrics

@Philosopher Chezmi where do you live if i may ask?

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Austin Mitsuno
Austin Mitsuno

That’s funny, I eat the same sometimes but I use yellow eggs with mine.

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Franz Vega
Franz Vega

Thanks for the advice, hermano.🍚

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Rie Walker
Rie Walker

I am Japanese and the food here is amazing you guys need to try them especially the raw foods no 🧢

Vor 12 Tage
scott mid
scott mid

Japans culture is so complex and unique. That’s why I love it!

Vor 25 Tage
BulletMagnet 115
BulletMagnet 115

I tried this with farm raised chicken eggs. Cleaned them myself. It was actually amazing. Never got sick after eating it. So i think it can be done as long as you clean them properly.

Vor 16 Tage
Tamara Bradshaw
Tamara Bradshaw

I can’t imagine what a raw egg would even taste like. I like mine scrambled or over medium 🍳 with buttered toast bread 🧈🍞 . Also hard boiled, dipped in hot sauce🥵

Vor 22 Tage
Wubb
Wubb

It tastes like faintly egg-flavored mucus. Most people thus add soy sauce to it for flavor, as it isn't much by itself. The egg flavor gets stronger as you cook an egg, thus I prefer cooked over raw.

Vor 10 Tage
r4ndom-ination
r4ndom-ination

Its actually taste delicious. I often dip toast with beaten raw egg+soy sauce and white pepper powder. 😋😋

Vor 12 Tage
りーな Riina
りーな Riina

It gives food a nice rich taste 😍

Vor 19 Tage
Tamara Bradshaw
Tamara Bradshaw

@The Gator Hator Deviled Eggs are devilishly DELICIOUS

Vor 19 Tage
The Gator Hator
The Gator Hator

Boiled eggs are the devil.

Vor 20 Tage
Smip
Smip

I want to move to Japan once I become financially stable. I think it's a very fascinating country

Vor 22 Tage
§çøřpįö
§çøřpįö

just giving me even more reason to go to japan.

Vor 28 Tage
Erin Delaney
Erin Delaney

I've tried the raw egg and rice with a little furikake sprinkled onto and yum 😋 ❤️ so creamy and just yesssss! Japanese eggs are superior! End of discussion. Never had better eggs than my own raised hens for eggs but those I was warry of eating raw still.

Vor 27 Tage
Deltasparks014
Deltasparks014

My mom used to eat raw eggs when she was a child, and we are from Mexico. I guess its not that uncommon in other parts of the world 🤔

Vor 15 Tage
Anon E Mouse
Anon E Mouse

I just finished watching your video on why Japanese food may not be healthy (one of your older videos). Between this one on eggs and the others - I was thinking that maybe you and your wife could show us how to make SIMPLE healthy Japanese foods (for 1 or 2 people), with the emphasis on SIMPLE. I know I'd be wanting to watch that. Include what we need to buy, especially if not living in Japan. Thank you!

Vor 2 Monate
Sweetienique
Sweetienique

I would love to see a video of simole recipes!

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Balex
Balex

Weeb

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J I
J I

@Mini smallists from what I’ve noticed it’s usually the females cause when ever I see an old man let me tell you they look OLD lmao😂 but then again I’m in Korea but I’d imagine it similar in Japan

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YuTEM
YuTEM

@Mini smallists hehe don't worry our genes are just evolving, but backwards 😂

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grant solomon
grant solomon

@Mini smallists That is not racist mate.Racism has more to do with discriminating against someone because of their nationality or race with hatred or fear as a motivating factor.

Vor 2 Monate
Jethro Maloku
Jethro Maloku

I ate raw eggs too. I was told that it was safe under a week... week 2, you must cook the white, week 3 you must cook it fully

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☆aVerySpecialPerson♡
☆aVerySpecialPerson♡

I used to eat raw egg on rice too or noodles soup with rice. Those were one of my favorite foods 😋

Vor 27 Tage
Aysha Begum
Aysha Begum

I love Japan so much man I wish I could move there 😭

Vor 28 Tage
unlucky hit
unlucky hit

Thanks I now know something very interesting I hope to visit Japan one day and try various foods there😊

Vor 29 Tage
Yup
Yup

You have to love that Japan can be so efficient and make it seamless its just amazing the quality

Vor 2 Monate
K S
K S

If you think Japan is an efficient country, you may have not lived in Japan before lol

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Dino_Angel1
Dino_Angel1

Indeed

Vor 2 Monate
Yup
Yup

@haze if you don't believe me look it up I'm not going to get in lengthy message wars when it is so easily looked up also I'm from Mexico and moved to the US and no streamline is not necessarily efficient

Vor 2 Monate
haze
haze

@Yup We as westerners only see things based on their so called “quality” and “make” when you say something is efficient you mean streamlined correct? So by that definition the most efficient a country can get is if all people have a job or place in either society or the economy. In Japan people that are different are given neither. Not very “efficient” if you ask me.

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Yup
Yup

I said they are efficient and make quality never said they are a great social system

Vor 2 Monate
Nakari Amane
Nakari Amane

I ❤️❤️❤️ TKG, can't wait to visit Japan again!!

Vor 9 Tage
Ariannah Youngblood
Ariannah Youngblood

I always wondered this thanks for educating us :)

Vor 29 Tage
A Potato
A Potato

As a Japanese, I was honestly surprised that people don’t eat raw eggs

Vor 6 Tage
Princess 3
Princess 3

I (german) remember that our mother used to make 'Zuckerei' (sugar eggs) for us. The egg is separated and the whites are beaten with sugar until foamy. Then you carefully stir in the egg yolk. Very tasty, but it has a lot of calories.

Vor 11 Tage
Úlfr
Úlfr

Similar standards are applied here in Norway. Funny thing is a lot of sushi shops think we're being to strict, since we won't allow them to prepare fish " right from the pond "

Vor 2 Monate
Koi
Koi

@Just another Loki stan Yes parasites would most definitely die of however my comment was on the bacteria

Vor Monat
𝑀𝑖𝑙𝑙y 💕
𝑀𝑖𝑙𝑙y 💕

I live in norway but the fact that I didn’t know this before now is sad lol

Vor Monat
Just another Loki stan
Just another Loki stan

@Koi the worms in sushi grade fish DO die when kept in very cold temperatures for about a week or so.

Vor Monat
Koi
Koi

@exhausted freezing isn’t a good method of killing bacteria…

Vor Monat
Teslee
Teslee

Don't we also pasteurize eggs in Norway? That's what I heard, and that in Denmark for instance they do not do this.

Vor Monat
e
e

As a person who eats sushi a lot I can also say I've never had any food poisoning from it

Vor 12 Tage
Magic Richard
Magic Richard

I feel Japan is one of the safest country’s in the world

Vor 27 Tage
Deblaria
Deblaria

In Poland we have "kogel-mogel", it's a traditional dessert made out of raw eggs and sugar, and before cracking the eggs we just wash them in hot water to sanitize them

Vor 17 Tage
Duchess
Duchess

This is actually a common practice amongst Asia and Russia. I'm from Russia and we eat raw eggs as well. I have also never been sick from it.

Vor 27 Tage
Kazuhira
Kazuhira

We also have these safe to eat eggs in Norway, even though our cuisine never really calls for it.

Vor 2 Monate
David blaine
David blaine

@OneRichMofo same reason people think pork has trichinosis. Because that was an issue like a century ago and the narrative Carries on.

Vor Monat
Enchanted Luminal
Enchanted Luminal

Same in Indonesia. We usually eat raw the local chicken's eggs (those white eggs that are smaller in size than typical tan color eggs) because they are safe to eat raw (even the smell is different than tan eggs,the white eggs doesn't smell) and other difference is those tan eggs come from factory chickens while the white ones are from wild chickens. OR we buy tan eggs that are manufactured under Japanese license (they sell those too in supermarkets but I rarely buy them)

Vor 2 Monate
SH Gamer
SH Gamer

Thats true and same for my cuisine.

Vor 2 Monate
TheSarahskaninchen
TheSarahskaninchen

@Whattatwist you mean washing at home directly before use? Because you can't store washed eggs well.

Vor 2 Monate
Whattatwist
Whattatwist

@Christian Christoffersen salmonella only exists on the shell of the egg, just wash your eggs with soap and hotwater and your good.

Vor 2 Monate
K1-B0y
K1-B0y

So many dishes of Japanese cuisine seem so delicious, I can only hope to try some in the future. Where I live, we don't have any cultural food, just types of food that we adopted from Americans, British and Astralians

Vor 20 Tage
Josh
Josh

Was having 4 raw eggs a day for about 4 years. Never had food poisoning my entire life.

Vor 28 Tage
Ari Carlsen
Ari Carlsen

I thought raw egg was pretty normal. Here in Norway we eat eggnog that’s not heated or treated with alcohol. Just raw egg and Sugar. And isn’t beef tartare pretty common internationally? Raw meat with raw egg on top.

Vor 21 Tag
jon goy
jon goy

I truly believe Japanese culture needs to be respected. They take everything seriously.

Vor 8 Tage
TheTrainMaster15
TheTrainMaster15

I honestly can’t stomach the thought of eating raw eggs, safe or not.

Vor 2 Monate
Nightwolfiet
Nightwolfiet

at least you can eat eggs.

Vor 9 Minuten
TheTrainMaster15
TheTrainMaster15

@mankeymagic I’ve never liked runny yolk, as a kid I always threw up when I ate it and I still don’t like the texture as an adult

Vor 9 Tage
mankeymagic
mankeymagic

You should try it, it adds a creamy texture to it. It’s similar to dipping toast in the yolk for sunny side eggs. Not sure if you tried that either but just trying to give an example

Vor 9 Tage
1 1
1 1

@Chosen One Or you know, just the nastiness of eating something raw.

Vor 11 Tage
1 1
1 1

@Crazy Sasha well, that's a bad example as the French are infamous for terrible food 🤣

Vor 11 Tage
benzs2007
benzs2007

here in El Salvador my mom makes a "whipped egg white" and we have never get food poisoned, I have seen a lot of videos and read that eggs are safe to eat raw because the chicken puts an anti-bacterial liquid that dries and doesnt let enter bacteria, I also know about anisakis but yea I just grab a bunch of faw fish too

Vor Monat
Patrice Guerrero
Patrice Guerrero

As a kid I had no problem eating raw egg on rice in Australia, but the older I got, I just can’t do it myself. Both the texture and the fear of food poisoning stops me from trying

Vor 24 Tage
Mark adoptante
Mark adoptante

i love raw eggs and a bit of salt on hot rice when i was a child,just mix it thoroughly and it's perfect.but when my mom told me that my uncle died with that same dish bcoz of salmonella,i'd never eat raw eggs ever again

Vor 11 Tage
Rahul Nand
Rahul Nand

THANK YOU FOR EXPLAINING, was very confused as to why people eat eggs raw

Vor 29 Tage
Charlotte Jones
Charlotte Jones

I was surprised to see a restaurant in Himeji had a sign outside asking why foreigners don't eat raw eggs, thanks for explaining why it's normal in Japan. Does the process mean the price of eggs is much higher compared to other countries?

Vor 2 Monate
TheSwisscheese
TheSwisscheese

@adam ferdian that's incorrect. A dozen eggs in Japan is about the same as any other developed country.

Vor 2 Monate
Toutons
Toutons

From a little reading online it seems pretty relative. I don't know the currency conversions, but a dozen eggs in japan cost ~190yen. 1 yen is roughly equal to a penny. Where I live (alberta) it's $3-3.20 CAD for a dozen large.

Vor 2 Monate
adam ferdian
adam ferdian

Yes the price is higher even if you compare it to another developed countries

Vor 2 Monate
TheSwisscheese
TheSwisscheese

Eggs are the same price as the states.

Vor 2 Monate
anemone
anemone

I freaking love that sign hahaha

Vor 2 Monate
Gilberto Molina
Gilberto Molina

A raw egg on rice? 🤔 Now that’s something I really want to try 😋

Vor 18 Tage
Galaxy_ Nightmare
Galaxy_ Nightmare

Thank you for taking over my Shorts YouTube page so I can be prepared to go to Japan in the future!

Vor 27 Tage
XOXO GIRL
XOXO GIRL

I would like to try that some day but I think it's only possible in japan so far

Vor 14 Tage
Thomas
Thomas

Come to Denmark. We also Eat raw fish and have different foods with raw eggs. In Denmark eggs are kept in the fridage in supermarkets and at the consumer.

Vor 2 Tage
Lolle Breuning
Lolle Breuning

Actually, in Germany we follow a different approach with eggs. They by themselves have a protective layer on the shell. By not washing them it is not removed and stays in tact and bacteria can't enter the egg. Sometimes our eggs look dirty, but we know the inside is save. But still I'm the only one I know, that enjoys raw eggs.

Vor 2 Monate
Maria Thorpe
Maria Thorpe

@haha huhu We use a little dish soap and a dish rag.

Vor 2 Monate
Kay Spencer
Kay Spencer

No, bacteria can enter eggs. "Eggs are not laid in a sterile environment. In fact, eggs may be contaminated via two different routes: vertical transmission through the ovary or transovarian or horizontal transmission through the shell or trans-shell. Through vertical transmission, bacteria are introduced from infected reproductive tissues to eggs prior to shell formation. This form of transmission is mostly associated with pathogenic bacteria, namely Salmonella. Horizontal transmission usually occurs from faecal contamination on the egg shell as the eggs are released via the cloaca, where the excretion of faeces also takes place. It also includes contamination through environmental vectors, such as farmers, pets and rodents. Bacteria may enter through pores or cracks on shell of eggs. Although there are numerous pores (ranging from 6000 – 10000) on the egg shell, there is an outer layer of protection called cuticle that can help to retard the penetration of bacteria on egg shells."

Vor 2 Monate
P/FW
P/FW

Ich kann also unsere Eier roh fressen aber davor besser abwaschen, ja?

Vor 2 Monate
That One Weeb
That One Weeb

same here in Finland you cant get salmonella from eggs even if you tried and we leave the protective layer on as well

Vor 2 Monate
BocksKarr
BocksKarr

That's everywhere friend . . . Better to get from farm direct

Vor 2 Monate
Artistic
Artistic

i had pure japanese ramen before with raw egg and i can say, i didn't know certain eggs were different in japan. i'm still living but i did get food poisoning, but the ramen was rlly tasty

Vor 28 Tage
Dr CED
Dr CED

I also love fresh eggs on my hot white rice when I was a child. Well, the egg was freshly laid and collected in the early morning and eaten immediately. From Philippines.

Vor 11 Tage
meyoumeyou7789
meyoumeyou7789

I’ve been eating raw eggs with rice here in the states my whole life and have yet to get sick from it. Maybe I’m just lucky?

Vor 28 Tage
Tummytub
Tummytub

I would love to visit Japan one day and try egg on rice. But, don't these quality standards make the eggs expensive? Are there for example cooking eggs available? Or do these quality standards apply for all food? Japanese culture and all cultures are very interesting to me.

Vor 7 Stunden
splitz3r
splitz3r

The eggs price is cheap, there is a promo like 100yen eggs

Vor 6 Stunden
Melody Scarpitto
Melody Scarpitto

Dude, I've eaten so much raw cookie dough throughout my life it's pitiful. I haven't gotten sick once from eating homemade cookie dough, cake batter or other sweets like that(I live in America btw). So long as you buy pasteurized eggs you should be safe because of the sanitization process they go through. Heck, I'm tempted to try that dish with soy sauce and rice seasoning 🤔

Vor Monat
Melody Scarpitto
Melody Scarpitto

Edit: thank you everyone for educating me and saying flour is usually the culprit and not eggs. I grew up thinking that it was the eggs that caused salmonella. I greatly appreciate it 😊 best wishes to you all and I hope the rest of your year goes well!

Vor Monat
Josh C
Josh C

I have to say this, I don't feel like reading all the other replies right now so someone else might have said this, but like you said raw eggs are actually safe to eat, that's why a lot of people use them in protein shakes and stuff. The problem arises from flower because there is ecoli and salmonella on flour so you have to bake it first to be safe. (I just looked and Eli Bennett said it first, they beat me to the punch.)

Vor Monat
jellyfish are slimy
jellyfish are slimy

@random Japsi it's the flour not the eggs

Vor Monat
jellyfish are slimy
jellyfish are slimy

@Waaaah ツ {the NFT screenshotter} yup, i think its e-coli or smth

Vor Monat
Agate
Agate

@Tyler Berman that is why they are pasteurized :/

Vor Monat
xoplague
xoplague

I was worried about that for a long time, thanks for explaining.

Vor 13 Tage
Ciarlo2006
Ciarlo2006

Eating raw eggs is perfectly fine as long as it's not caged hens. It's about them eating their own poop in cages not about cleaning the eggs or their diet. This is why we have the red lion stamp in the uk, to say they've been tested and contain no traces. It's very rare to find salmonella in an egg.

Vor 5 Tage
JoJoKid
JoJoKid

see, this why i wanna live in japan it’s culture is amazing and its food and everything about it.

Vor 11 Tage
Paavo Pesusieni
Paavo Pesusieni

in finland you can drink raw eggs

Vor 7 Tage
RonPlayzRoblox635
RonPlayzRoblox635

I love this “raw” culture when it comes to fish like tuna

Vor 11 Tage
Ducky Bubbles
Ducky Bubbles

Raw eggs are usually pretty safe even without those standards. Most meats can even be eaten at various levels of rawness if they're good quality and are prepared in a sanitary fashion. Ground meats and poultry should always be fully cooked however.

Vor 2 Monate
Ryan
Ryan

@Who Knows America refrigerates eggs and they’re cheap as hell lol

Vor 2 Monate
Who Knows
Who Knows

Only reason for eggs being safe is because the chickens are under mandatory vaccinations against all types of salmonella. Also fun fact: industrially washing eggs isn't actually very good, it basically forces eggs to have to be refrigerated, driving up their storage and transport costs. It also doesn't really offer extra protection, since the amount of salmonella or bacteria on the surface of a shell is quite dismissable and inconsequential (unless you of course industrially wash it and make the surface more permeable) if you don't accidentally eat the shell or smear it all over the cracked egg.

Vor 2 Monate
Ryan
Ryan

@CreatureOfTheFay That’s just not true lol, makes no sense either, you say that as if there’s somehow one source across the entire country 😂🙄

Vor 2 Monate
Ducky Bubbles
Ducky Bubbles

@Samurai Kai They can be vaccinated but they also have slimy porous flesh that soaks up bacteria real good.

Vor 2 Monate
Samurai Kai
Samurai Kai

I prefer my chicken medium rare

Vor 2 Monate
Finley Engels
Finley Engels

Always wondered why that isnt a bigger issue in Japan, very interesting

Vor 8 Tage
Dunkey
Dunkey

Love this! Keep it up

Vor 15 Tage
Jeishii
Jeishii

I'm so jealous of your salmonella free eggs 🥺

Vor 9 Stunden
Wesley Wang
Wesley Wang

I got food poisoning when I was at school camp and they fed us “chicken sandwiches” made of mostly lettuce and raw chicken

Vor 21 Tag
blu
blu

We grew our chickens in a little run with no kud or water around, so my family felt confident we didn't need to worry about salmonella

Vor 16 Tage
Kaito Wilson
Kaito Wilson

I’m also Japanese and as a kid eating eggs on rice was amazing but the thing is to make it better you had to put some of that soy sauce on it.

Vor 24 Tage
Piece of Kakes
Piece of Kakes

Thank you for the video!! Even here in the states I eat raw egg with rice and haven’t been sick yet *knock on wood

Vor 15 Tage
Jamie Merrett
Jamie Merrett

The UK is similar. They have their own process of managing eggs and preventing salmonella, no one that I know of eat eggs raw but it definitely keeps people safe when they want their eggs sunny side up

Vor 23 Tage
Nick Mishmash
Nick Mishmash

I love this guy. Absolute respect to him for managing to be so incredibly informative in just 60 seconds

Vor 2 Monate
Who Knows
Who Knows

Quite misinformative unfortunately. People eat raw eggs all over the world and the real reason is chicken vaccination. There can be no salmonella inside the egg if the chicken is vaccinated properly. Also industrially washing eggs is not very good and is rather wasteful, it creates an optically desirable product, but it makes the eggs require refrigeration.

Vor 2 Monate
Dona Fernandez
Dona Fernandez

One of the reason why I want to live in Japan

Vor 29 Tage
Tyler Batdorf
Tyler Batdorf

When I was stationed in Japan in the Marine corps I ate raw horse raw squid raw octopus raw goat but my most favorite out of everything was the horse

Vor 26 Tage
Jelly AllenBreanna
Jelly AllenBreanna

Okay so one time i had measles and i was at my grandparents house then he told me to eat raw eggs which worked i mean i don't mind eating raw eggs its actually yummy especially with salt

Vor 28 Tage
Gamin'Cowboy
Gamin'Cowboy

I always thought raw egg would freak me out but prairie oysters on those hangover mornings are a treat.

Vor 25 Tage
Mr. Success
Mr. Success

I read about this not long ago, I don't remember who made the research but they estimated that there's a 0.003% chance of getting food poisoning from eating raw eggs in Japan according to statistics.

Vor 2 Monate
DARK-LORD-VINAY
DARK-LORD-VINAY

@𓏼 based

Vor 2 Monate
Mr. Success
Mr. Success

@Will Malliotis The main problem with Covid isn't death, it's the saturation of hospitals, some people might need to go and end up recovering, the thing is that if a hospital is at full capacity, there won't be room for someone who's had a car accident for example.

Vor 2 Monate
Will Malliotis
Will Malliotis

It’s also 0.01% chance of death of Covid if you’re under 70yrs no Australia if you get Covid

Vor 2 Monate
Lord DIO
Lord DIO

@Dman I agree.

Vor 2 Monate
Agizda
Agizda

Raw eggs on japan 0.003% food poisoning Me: nah i dont want risky that. Meanwhile gatcha game with 0,002% legendary item Me: aight boiss! This is my time to shine. Gotta burn all this money!!

Vor 2 Monate
Leonara Ainsworth
Leonara Ainsworth

My mother used to eat raw eggs from her youth, but only the ones that are straight from the chicken's nest. I don't think you'll get sick if the mother chicken only eats natural stuff.

Vor 22 Tage

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