I love eating food and I think everybody does, except from some diet freaks. Sorry for the size zero people who are missing meals to become thinner and thinner, they actually don’t know what they are missing.
Today we are presenting the list of 5 food items which are considered as the most expensive and luxurious in their own way. So, to get your appetite rite and bright lets start the delicious food items which may or may not be affordable to you in this lifetime.
Lobsters form a large family of marine crustaceans that gets $1.8 billion for the seafood industry every year. Lobsters live on rocky, sandy, or mud-covered bottoms from the seashores to the edge of the continental shelf. They generally live alone in crevices or in burrows under rocks. The most widespread preparation of lobster is to drop the creature into a pot of boiling water which kills it very quickly. The flesh is then served with butter, to add subtle flavor to the meat.
The name oyster is used for different groups of mollusks which in marine or salty water . All types of oysters can secrete pearls, but those from edible oysters have no value. Oysters are best served raw in their own fluid with a slice of lemon. Oysters have always been considered an aphrodisiac.
Kobe Beef is taken from the Wagyu cattle in Japan. It is bred according to a secret, and with firm traditions. It is fed on beer and grain and it thus gives very tender meat . The beef can cost up to $300 per pound. This breed of cow is hereditarily inclined to produce a higher percentage of oleaginous and unsaturated.
Beluga Caviar is the most expensive food item in the world, costing up to $5,000 per kilogram. Caviar is fish eggs and this brand comes from the Beluga Sturgeon fish, found mostly in the Caspian Sea. The eggs are the largest of the fish eggs used for caviar. Beluga generally ranges from purple to black, the palest being the most expensive. Beluga caviar is usually served on its own as it does not need added flavors.
Matsutake is the common name for a group of mushrooms in Japan. They have been an significant part of Japanese cuisine for the last 1,000 years. The tradition of gifting matsutake is considered to be special and is appreciated by those who receive it. The annual harvest of Matsutake in Japan is around 1000 tons, and it is partially made up by imports from China, Korea, and Canada. The Japanese Matsutake’s price can go up to $2000 per kilogram.