Ordering fried seafood at a restaurant in Georgia isn’t unusual. But what is unusual at Avocados Restaurant on the downtown Gainesville square is the fish hiding inside that crispy breading. Avocados recently started selling blowfish, also known as puffer fish or fugu, as a special on its menu. The fish, which is considered a delicacy as sashimi, or raw, in Japan is highly toxic if not prepared properly. It contains tetrodotoxin, a neurotoxin more deadly than cyanide, found in most parts of the fish except the actual meat.