We are all familiar with fishing restrictions/guidelines and how only certain fish can be farmed at certain times to allow schools time to populate. Shrimp and crawlfish are currently at the forefront of what is available for our seafood diets which is why we are seeing it in so many restaurants and at reasonable prices. In a nutshell, Lobster (which used to be used as bait) is now an expensive luxury. But what if human flesh was the next movement in cuisine?
Over 300 years ago, Europeans feasted on the flesh of humans as well as found medicinal uses for bone and blood.
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