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Tiết canh is a traditional dish in Vietnamese cuisine. In the north of the country, this pudding is eaten for breakfast, particularly by country people, as an alternative to the soup known as pho. Tiết canh is made from raw blood, usually duck or occasionally goose or pig blood, and sprinkled with crushed peanuts. The government of Vietnam has been considering banning the sale of tiết canh due to the danger of the transmission of the H5N1 avian influenza virus from birds to humans .
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