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The celebrity chef talks about his iron stomach and what it’s like to eat raw meat in Africa


WATCHING ANTHONY Bourdain eat can make you cringe, at least when he’s doing it on CNN’s Parts Unknown. Much of what he stuffs down his gullet is either unidentifi-able or looks disconcertingly alive. At some point, even the most adventurous among us have to turn away and gag. So how come no one on the show seems to get sick?

Now in its seventh season, Bourdain’s show continues to entertain with its focus on the gastronomically obscure and grotesque. News-week spoke with the celebrity chef about the show’s lack of foodborne illnesses and what the rest of us can do to avoid getting the runs.

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