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5 most priciest seafood in the world

Published on Aug 20, 2022 05:45 PM IST
  • Here are some of the most rare and expensive seafood from around the world that you need to try if you are a seafood lover.
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Seafood plays a huge role in several traditional cuisines around the world, especially in Japanese culture. They are not everyone's cup of tea since they have an acquired taste and you need to build a palate to enjoy them. One of the main reasons is the method fishermen use to catch them. Another reason is that most of these species are endangered.(Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Aug 20, 2022 05:45 PM IST

Seafood plays a huge role in several traditional cuisines around the world, especially in Japanese culture. They are not everyone's cup of tea since they have an acquired taste and you need to build a palate to enjoy them. One of the main reasons is the method fishermen use to catch them. Another reason is that most of these species are endangered.(Unsplash)

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Bluefin tuna, one of the most sought-after tuna in Japanese cuisine, is the most expensive seafood in the world costing around $3,600 per pound. The reason being Bluefin tuna is massive in size and is rare to find.(Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Aug 20, 2022 05:45 PM IST

Bluefin tuna, one of the most sought-after tuna in Japanese cuisine, is the most expensive seafood in the world costing around $3,600 per pound. The reason being Bluefin tuna is massive in size and is rare to find.(Unsplash)

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Caviar: The second most expensive seafood in the world is caviar which is sold at around $34,000 per kg. It is the eggs, or roe, harvested from certain sturgeon fish. This luxury food is rare, expensive, and considered a coveted item in the culinary world. Beluga caviar, also known as 'black gold,' is the rarest and the most expensive caviar.(Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Aug 20, 2022 05:45 PM IST

Caviar: The second most expensive seafood in the world is caviar which is sold at around $34,000 per kg. It is the eggs, or roe, harvested from certain sturgeon fish. This luxury food is rare, expensive, and considered a coveted item in the culinary world. Beluga caviar, also known as 'black gold,' is the rarest and the most expensive caviar.(Unsplash)

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Baby Eel: Limited supply and market pressure have inflated the prices for baby eels over the years. It is globally used in Michelin-starred restaurants, especially in Spain. Baby eels, also called elvers, are famous in both Japanese and Spanish cuisine.(Instagram/danigarcia7) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Aug 20, 2022 05:45 PM IST

Baby Eel: Limited supply and market pressure have inflated the prices for baby eels over the years. It is globally used in Michelin-starred restaurants, especially in Spain. Baby eels, also called elvers, are famous in both Japanese and Spanish cuisine.(Instagram/danigarcia7)

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Coffin Bay Oysters: These enormous oysters hail from the pristine waters of South Australia’s Coffin Bay. They are sold at a whopping amount of $100 each. They are eaten as they are or with some lime juice.(Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Aug 20, 2022 05:45 PM IST

Coffin Bay Oysters: These enormous oysters hail from the pristine waters of South Australia’s Coffin Bay. They are sold at a whopping amount of $100 each. They are eaten as they are or with some lime juice.(Unsplash)

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Pufferfish: This is a deadly yet one of the most expensive delicacies in the world. The Japanese eat about 10,000 tons of puffer fish every year. During high season, it is sold at around $265 per kilogram. Wild torafugu is a type of puffer fish that is mostly used in high-end restaurants, served as thinly sliced sashimi or deep fried.(Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Aug 20, 2022 05:45 PM IST

Pufferfish: This is a deadly yet one of the most expensive delicacies in the world. The Japanese eat about 10,000 tons of puffer fish every year. During high season, it is sold at around $265 per kilogram. Wild torafugu is a type of puffer fish that is mostly used in high-end restaurants, served as thinly sliced sashimi or deep fried.(Unsplash)

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