World Best Foods
Tourists and travelers often relish the experience of getting to eat different food and delicacies. However, in general, there are some delicacies, only a few of such people will ever taste. Sometimes, it can be due to unfamiliar cooking patterns, rare ingredients, allergies making a list short.
Some of the rarest food in the World include;
This delicacy, which has made its way to the Guinness World record as the most expensive Caviar (Almas Caviar), is associated with a luxurious life. While a few may have had a taste of it, the list of people who include it in their diet is minimum, and the list of those who will get to taste it is smaller. The Almas caviar is prepared with white eggs found in the Caspian sea only taken from century-old fishes. The danger posed to this species of fishes has rocketed the price of this dish to £25,000 for each kilo.
Ordinarily beef is not expensive and rare to find, but this beef is gotten only from Wagyu cows, which are highly costly and primarily sought after Worldwide and on street food tours. The Wagyu cows used are fed and tended for almost all their life span, supplied with the most nutritious grasses, given daily massages, sake bathes, and beer sampling, which is an activity done to calm the cows. Kobe beef can be found only in selected restaurants around the World for those who can afford it.
The reason for its rarity owes to the difficulty and precision necessary for its preparation. Fugu is made from wild pufferfishes that have deadly tetrodotoxin, a lethal chemical of consumed. The chefs responsible for preparing fugu undergo a two years training period to build on the necessary skills in making the fish. To make, sell, or buy fugu, a license is required with trained chefs qualified to prepare it. The dish is eaten raw and is prevalent mostly in Japan.