Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Your radioactive recipe

In the wake of the Fukushima accident, a range of radioactive foods have been found in Australian supermarkets.

Don’t be alarmed though - their radioactivity has nothing to do with Fukushima and everything to do with naturally occurring elements. Asian Correspondent is happy to provide this guide to radioactive foods:

  • Brazil nuts – The world’s most radioactive food contains radium and potassium-40.

  • Lima beans contain radon and potassium

  • Bananas contain radioactive radon and potassium

  • Carrots and white potatoes are also sources of potassium

  • Red meat, beer and low sodium salt, which uses radioactive potassium chloride.

  • Anyone looking for a boost of naturally occurring neutrons should have a go at the following recipe.
    Radioactive Beef and Three Veg
    Serves 2
    2 x 300g beef eye fillet steak from uranium-rich grasslands of northern Australia.
    Low sodium radioactive potassium chloride salt
    1 large radioactive potato, grown on radioactive granite belt soil, peeled and sliced.
    1 large radioactive carrot peeled and sliced on radioactive granite kitchen top.
    A handful of radioactive lima beans.
    1 large radioactive banana
    100 gram radioactive brazil nuts
    To make the three veg, peel vegetables on radioactive granite benchtop. Place the potato, carrot and lima beans in pot of boiling radioactive sea-water containing trace elements of naturally occurring uranium
    Boil for 6 minutes.
    While the vegetables are cooking, sprinkle the beef generously with potassium chloride.
    Heat a frying pan over high heat.  Cook the beef for 5 minutes each side or until well browned. Do not overcook or you will trip your radioactive smoke detector.
    Serve on radioactive Fiesta dinner plates. Accompany with radioactive beer and follow with radioactive mashed bananas and brazil nuts served in radioactive ceramic glasses. Best enjoyed in radon-rich brick dwelling.


    source of informations from a Radioactive Chef  
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