AMARILLO -- Health officials have released the potentional source of a botulsim outbreak between four people last week.
They say all four people ate the same food, a traditional middle eastern dish called "Turshi".
Investigators say they've been eating it for several weeks.
"Turshi" is a fermented, pickled vegetable dish that was commonly served at one of the people's homes.
It takes several weeks to prepare.
Officials say no new cases have been reported since all the food was eaten.
Out of the four people infected two people are still in the hospital.
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