Hawaii's Asian eateries adjust to a menu without shark fin

07/4/2011 | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

A law banning the sale and possession of shark fins took effect in Hawaii this week, and some Chinese and Japanese restaurants there are creating imitation versions of the ancient Asian delicacy using gelatin and other substances that, like shark fins, take on the flavors of the ingredients they're cooked in. Washington state passed a similar ban in May, and lawmakers in Oregon and California may follow suit.

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