posted on Aug, 8 2014 @ 04:44 AM
a reply to: Biigs
The best meats come from the sea. You can talk about things like great bbq ribs, but thats really a tribute to the pit master, not the meat itself.
Same with bacon: Ive had tempeh prepared by a master at curing bacon, and all the bacony flavor was there. Its not the meat, its what those masters do
But the great meats of the sea can be served raw, with the minimal adornments, as a great sushi chef can show you. The meat stands absolutely on its
own. Do that with pork or chicken and get ready for a trip to the hospital.
My personal favorite is raw pacific oysters on the half shell. You can taste the ocean, the tide. Its a wonderful experience with a closeness to
nature you dont get from the meats that need to he processed and cooked.