Pyramids on page 50 out of a 323-page paperback (US), when the newly certified Assassins are out for a celebratory dinner; the Blowfish Squishi is safe when it does not contain a single bit of stomach, liver, and the digestive tract. I think this implies the squishi itself is made of the blowfish flesh.
The meal that contains no trace whatsoever of the thingy it's named after is the one for the curious squid, which has absolutely foul taste (Jingo).--Vsl 20:21, 26 February 2006 (CET)
- Taken from Nanny Oggs Cookbook: "The most important thing here is not to use any part of the blowfish whatsoever, since every part of it is deadly in a very unpleasent way". However, that does not imply that there is not a way to serve blowfish safely Nanny doesn't know about. A safe way for the article would be to keep both facts. --Jogibaer 22:36, 26 February 2006 (CET)