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Woman Grosses Out TikTok By Filming Herself Eating A Raw Fillet Of Salmon While Riding A Bus

TikToker @aggiedayx left viewers horrified by eating the raw piece of fish.

@aggiedayx eating raw salmon in TikTok video
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It's safe to say there are some food combinations or food cravings we have that might leave people puzzled or even grossed out.

But usually our preferences have nothing to do with eating something raw that really should be cooked.

But Aggie of @aggiedayx on TikTok had a particular hankering for something most of us cook first, if we're even still buying it given the price of some foods these days.

You can watch their video here:

@aggiedayx

Just missing the soya sauce ☹️banging #happynewyear

Aggie revealed she enjoyed eating raw salmon fillets straight from the store packaging and on public transportation no less.

To clarify, this was a two-pack of salmon fillets that someone might poach, pan sear or roast at home with lemon and vegetables. This was not sushi- or sashimi-grade salmon or salmon strips safe to eat as-is.

In a now-viral TikTok video, the woman held up a new package of salmon fillet and asked:

"Anyone else or am I wrong?"

Her caption simply read:

"Just missing the soy sauce [sad emoji]. Banging!"

The rest of the video simply shows Aggie opening the salmon fillet package and eating the fillet skin side down.

The entire video jiggles, not as a shocked reaction to what was happening, but because this was all taking place on a public bus. Though the video only features Aggie eating the fish, viewers can imagine the faces fellow passengers were likely making.

The video quickly garnered attention from thoroughly grossed-out viewers with more than 77.3K likes and over 5,000 comments.

Some people were thoroughly concerned by what the woman was doing to her body.

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Others reminded the woman this was not the same thing as eating sushi.

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This video was quite the reminder no matter what you enjoy eating, some people may not agree with you it's a tasty snack option.

But if there are genuine health concerns attached, such as eating raw fish, make sure to take the necessary safety precautions while enjoying your snack.