Move over, fish! There's a new roe on the dinner menu: snail caviar.
Being the first in the world to produce snail caviar shell-less and unpasteurized, the farm - founded by two former snail farmers - spent nearly four years perfecting the production and harvesting process, resulting in tiny, smooth cream-colored pearls that reportedly burst on the tongue with subtle autumn and woody flavors.
Being a food hipster ain't cheap: 50 gram (1.8 oz) of snail caviar retails for $115.
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