We all have a bucket list of things we want to do before we die. Some people on that list visit the pyramids, some want to go up in space, and others might just want to experience the sensation of being on a rollercoaster for the first time. If you’re looking for something new and different from your average life experiences, then this article is for you! In this blog post, I will share with you my top 10 kinds of seafood that everyone needs to try before they die.
It is important to buy seafood online and remember that seafood isn’t for everyone. Some people are allergic to seafood, some don’t like the smell of it or how fishy it can taste, and others might just not enjoy the texture of seafood at all. It’s definitely understandable why someone wouldn’t want to try certain types of food, but this list is for seafood lovers, so if you’re not a fan of seafood then these foods might just ruin your appetite.
The first food on my top five list that everyone should try at least once in their lifetime is oysters. Oysters have been around since the beginning of civilization and they are one of those rare kinds of food where the taste only gets better as you get older. When I was young I hated eating even thinking about eating an oyster because it looked gross, smelled fishy, and had some kind of slimy texture to them that always made me cringe when putting it into my mouth. However after years of trying different types of oysters from all over the world with various cooking methods (baked, fried, raw), I have finally come to a place where I can appreciate the taste and texture of an oyster inside my mouth.
Crab is definitely one of those foods that not everyone loves either because they think it’s too difficult to eat or there isn’t enough meat in all the tiny legs (and yes this has been proven multiple times by people who don’t like eating crab). It makes sense why some people wouldn’t like eating something with so many sharp points sticking out from every angle because it could be quite painful if you’re clumsy when trying to dig into your food. If you ask me though, nothing tastes better than digging deep into a big container full of blue crabs and pulling at each leg until only the white meat is left behind.
Another seafood that everyone needs to try at least once in their lifetime before they die is an octopus. One reason why people don’t like eating octopus has a lot to do with how ugly these animals look on the outside and it’s easy to see why some people would be afraid of putting something so hideous into their mouths, but I have never met anyone who didn’t love the taste of an octopus perfectly cooked over a charcoal grill or pan-fried until golden brown. The best part about cooking an octopus is getting all those little suction cups off from its skin because there will always be one stubborn sucker that just won’t budge no matter what you do – which makes for a fun game when trying to eat this seafood.
When I was growing up in the Philippines, nothing would make my family happier than knowing that there was fresh fish being delivered straight from the market because we knew it meant dinner would be extra tasty and filling for everyone. The best type of fish you can get your hands on is definitely a whole mackerel or barramundi (as some people call it) because these types of fish have so much meat inside their bones! And what’s even better is eating them with lots of lime juice squeezed right over top just before digging into one delicious meal after another all night long until every last bit has been eaten down to its skeleton – which makes me wonder why more people don’t eat fish in this way.
The last but definitely not least seafood that everyone should try at least once before they die is mussels – especially if you have never had them cooked in a big pot of boiling broth with garlic, tomatoes, and spices. I can’t even begin to describe how amazing it tastes when all those flavors start mixing together inside the cooking pot until every single shell opens up wide for you to get inside and pull out an entire mouthful full of meaty goodness. If there’s one thing I know about eating seafood, it’s that nothing beats having something like this served hot on top of fresh bread or rice (depending on what country your from). Everything about these types is just perfect because you end up with a delicious broth to dip your bread into too, which makes seafood even more amazing than it already is.
So there you have it – my top five favorite types of seafood that I could go back and eat over and over again for the rest of my life if only they were conveniently delivered right to my doorstep (which might actually be possible now thanks to all these new food delivery services out there).