There’s nothing as universally loved as good food. One of the exceptions to that rule, at least in our opinion, is food. Everyone loves good food! While what makes a particular dish ‘tasty’ is certainly subjective, there’s no doubt that given the choice between good food and ‘meh’ food, everyone will pick the good dish – barring any dietary restrictions, of course. Who in their right mind would choose a bland meal over one that’s savoury, sweet, spicy, or all of the above? Virtually no one. In the culinary world, taste matters.
Customers will be thrilled experiencing something they’ve never experienced before, and these 10 food items are some of the rarest on the planet. Some you may have had, most you probably haven’t, but if you ever get the opportunity to sample it you should make it worthwhile. They’re hard to acquire and expensive, so open up wide and let your taste buds do the talking.
Out of all the things in the world, there is little that is as loved and sought after as food. Simply because of the fact that we need to eat several times a day to stay alive and healthy, our lives are built around consuming food. As it is such an important part of life, it is no surprise that so many different types of food have been created throughout history, giving us a huge variety of choice when it comes to what we want to eat. Although, some foods are much rarer than others, and we’ve gathered a list of these foods below, and maybe you’ll get the chance to enjoy them at some point in your life.
This one you’ve probably heard of before. Saffron is an Indian spice that’s praised as one of the finest on Earth. It’s grown and harvested in many different areas all over the world, but its rarity is due in no small part to the great difficulty involved in harvesting it. To successfully produce one pound of saffron, anywhere from 50,000 to 75,000 saffron flowers must be grown and meticulously harvested. For those interested, that’s roughly about the size of a football field. A pound of saffron retails anywhere from $500 to $5,000, depending on the quality. If you ever see a dish spiced with saffron in a restaurant, you might as well go for it. It’s not everyday you get to sample its taste.