According to Buzzfeed, There’s more to seafood than tuna and salmon!
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Tastes like: a crawfish’s creepy cousin.
Never mind that mantis shrimps have the most sophisticated eyes in the animal kingdom, or claws that can crack some aquarium walls. They taste great sautéed in a bed of garlic and peppers.
Chinese Swamp Eel
Tastes like: a slippier, chewier, springier unagi.
Cooked in chives and rice wine. A signature dish of Shanghainese and Southern Taiwanese cuisine.
Tastes like: if a squid mated with a cucumber.
Jellyfish is almost always dried and cured before it’s prepared as food. Eaten in Japan, Korea and China. Great in a drizzle of sesame oil and vinegar.
Tastes like: a tenderized and marinated rubber tire.
Soaring demand for it in China has sparked gang wars in Mexico and illegal overharvesting in Alaska.
Tastes like: a fish that bench-presses 300 pounds.
In Chinese, they’re called “flayer’s fish” — peeling its rough and stony skin is a chore, but the firm and sweet meat makes it worth it. Eaten in all forms around the Pacific Rim.
Tastes like: firm and crunchy.
Looks like: well, now.
A type of worm that burrows in ocean beds. Most often eaten raw with soy sauce and sesame oil in Korea.
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